The Best of Science! (August 20-23)
The Saskatchewan Science Centre Science is returning to Prince Albert for another Day Camp! We had so much fun last year we had to come back!! Once again, we will take the best activities from our own Science Centre Day Camps and combined them into one awesome travelling camp! These are completely new from last year as campers will conduct experiments showing the importance of sunscreen, learn about the different types of coding, try to design better crutches, and try to protect eggs as they discover the importance of their brains. This camp is supported by the Community Initiatives Fund.
Member – $170
Non Member - $210
Location – This camp will be held in Prince Albert at the Hazeldell Community Club - 309 3rd Avenue NW.
Age group – Ages 8-13
How to register: If you want to register, visit our website or contact our bookings clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (306)791-7943
What you get with the price:
In the cost, you will participate in 4 days of fun science activities. On the last day there will be an activity where the parents/guardians are invited to participate in an activity and there will also be lunch provided.
A Satellite Day Camp in Prince Albert
Download the PA Registration Form Here
DATES: AUGUST 21-24
Location: Hazeldell Community Hall
Come check out the first ever Saskatchewan Science Centre Day Camp in Prince Albert! Since summer is nearly over, we took all of our best activities from our own Science Centre Day Camps and combined them into one awesome traveling camp! Campers will design their own periscopes, engineer a bridge that must survive and earthquake, and even determine if crop circles were made by humans or aliens. This camp is supported by the Community Initiatives Fund.
Kids will participate in 4 days of fun science activities. On the last day there will be an activity where the parents/guardians are invited to participate in an activity, and there will also be lunch provided on this last day.
Location: 309 3rd Avenue NW, Prince Albert
CostPrices do not include GST - please be sure to add gst for any payments via cheque.
Members $170 Non-members $210
Call Peg at 306.791.7943 or 1.800.667.6300 (ext 3)
Or email email@example.com
Please note that registration is not complete until you receive your booking confirmation. Contact Peg at 306.791.7943 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any other questions.
The Hazeldell Community Club is so excited to bring yoga classes to our hall and community. You don't have to cross the bridge to take a class!
We are hosting the first session as a trial to see if there is interest and if things go well this will be a feature for our community. I really hope this is received well - I am excited to ride my bike over to the hall for classes!
The classes are Monday evenings from 7-8pm and will run February 12 - March 12th, 2018.
The first week is FREE for you to come and try it out and then for the remaining classes the fee is $40 or drop in for $12.50.
Our instructor is Elaine from Perfect Balance Yoga. I dropped in for my first yoga class ever and the class was great. Very relaxing, gentle stretches and comfortable for anyone of any level.
Please register below for the first FREE class and then you will receive more information from the instructor regarding payment and forms.
Interested? Please click the button below to register.
Don't forget to invite your friends.
Just an update on the outdoor rinks at the hall.
We are doing what we can to get the ice in, the weather has not cooperated with us but we are hoping that it will be ready soon. We already have groups booked to use the ice so keep watching our Facebook page for the latest updates.
Warm up Shack hours will be:
and we will be alternating Saturday and Sunday 2-6pm
For up to date info on the hall please check our Facebook page.
What does a Neighborhood Watch do?
A Neighborhood Watch is neighbors helping neighbors. They are extra eyes and ears for reporting crime and helping each other.
What are my responsibilities as a Watch Member?
What kind of activities should I be aware of?
What are the major components of a Watch Program?
When you get involved in a Neighbourhood Watch program, you can learn:
There will be a public meeting concerning a Neighbourhood Watch program in Hazeldell on Wednesday, October 25 at 7:30pm. Please attend to learn more.