Fall programs

This fall, the City will offer a limited number of recreation programs with smaller class sizes. Online registration starts September 1, 2020 at 8am. Phone registration starts September 2 at 8am – call 604-469-4556. 

The first set of programs will run for four or five weeks, from September to October. Programs for preschoolers will include soccer, floor hockey, superhero training, dance, music, and yoga. Activities will be held outdoors, weather permitting. Parent participation is required. Children’s programs will include theatre, ballet, yoga, Zumba, Pro-D Day camps, Art Escape, Science Kids, and Kids Zone, a two-hour, after-school program that focuses on active play and art. We’ll also offer the following skating programs: small group lessons for children (School Age Level 2 through Level 8), private skating and hockey lessons for all ages, and power skating for adults. 

A second set of programs will start later in the fall – registration information will be announced at a later date. 

In addition to the multi-week programs listed above, we’ll be offering drop-in-style gym activities for youth starting in mid-September. Registration will be required for all activities. 

Visit portmoody.ca/signmeup today to find out more about our fall programs and activities. 

We’ll continue to offer registered yoga, spin, and fitness classes in the fall with all outdoor classes moving inside on September 8, 2020. We’ll also add the following registered programs starting September 28, 2020: Yoga 4 YOURbody, Seniors’ Spin, and Zumba. 

The safety of our residents and employees is our top priority. Special measures will be in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, including extra cleaning of indoor areas, limited class sizes, and physical distancing when possible. If you have any questions about our health and safety measures, please call 604-469-4556. 

Delivery of limited fall recreation programs is part of Moving Forward, our phased plan to deliver services and programs as we adapt to the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. Moving Forward aligns with BC’s Restart Plan and focuses on making decisions in a careful and steady way, with health and safety at the forefront. We have developed site-specific safety plans, as required by WorkSafeBC, and continue to follow all directives and recommendations from the provincial government and public health authorities. 

Visit portmoody.ca/covid19 for information on the current status of our recreation programs and services.