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Spring 2018 Program Guide

Programs - Ice Ladies Recreational Hockey (Drop-in Program) Join a great group of ladies for 90 minutes of scrimmaging twice per week. All skill levels and abilities are invited to suit up for a great workout. Full hockey equipment required. *Please note, this is a recreational drop-in; it is not intended to be competitive. April 2-June 29 Tue/Thur 9:30-11:00am 18+ Adult Shinny Hockey (Drop-in Program) Adult Shinny Hockey is held throughout the week during lunch. This social outing is great for those looking to play a bit of pick up hockey midday. Full hockey equipment is required. Members can phone 24 hrs ahead of time, nonmembers can phone the morning of shinny, to get their names on the list. Only 20 players plus 2 goalies are permitted to play. Goalies play for free, but are still encouraged to call in advance and are required to check in prior to gearing up. April 2-June 29 Mon/Wed/Fri 12:00-1:30pm 18+ Public Skating (Drop-in Program) Enjoy a great family activity! Bundle everyone up and head down to the rink. Although skating in circles may make you dizzy, these trips are sure to be a blast. We encourage helmets for all ages, but they are MANDATORY for those under 12 years of age. Please see online for our daily schedule Sticks ’n Pucks (Drop-in Program) This time is designed for players to practice shooting, skating, and manoeuvring the puck with their head up. At times, a game of shinny or pick up hockey may take place. *Only hockey sticks and pucks are permitted on the ice during Sticks 'n Pucks drop-in times. Anyone with the appropriate equipment is welcome to take part in this drop-in. Helmets are MANDATORY for ALL participants. Please see online for our daily schedule Sticks ’n Rings (Drop-in Program) This time is designed for players to practice their shooting, skating, and ring handling skills. At times, a game might take place. Only ringette sticks and rings are permitted on the ice during Sticks 'n Rings drop-in times. Anyone with the appropriate equipment is welcome to take part in this drop-in. Helmets are MANDATORY for ALL participants. Please see online for our daily schedule Check out SLS FSC’s skate loaner program! We have hockey and figure skates in a variety of sizes for you to borrow when you drop-in to an ice activity at our facility. We also have helmets for your use! 18

Programs - Climbing Climbing (Drop-in Program) Climbing Centre Rules All participants MUST READ and complete the climber agreement (the “Waiver”) before climbing. Minors under the age of 18, must have this completed by a parent or guardian. All participants must pass safety checks and tests prior to climbing. All climbers must have their climbing equipment checked by the climbing staff before climbing. Helmets are available upon request. All climbers must follow instruction by climbing staff and can be removed if not obeying the rules. All participants must wear closed toed shoes (no outdoor shoes, only clean laced up indoor shoes). All climbers must use the equipment provided. External climbing equipment is prohibited. All non-climbers must remain behind the yellow line at all times. Only proceed to the wall when instructed by the climbing staff. Climbing staff are the ‘ONLY’ ones allowed to clip and un-clip climbers to the belay system. Use only the holds and wall for climbing. Do not touch exposed metal i.e.: top rope attachments, Auto Belay housing, top of the wall, etc. DO NOT climb above Auto Belay housing. Parent or guardian supervision is mandatory for participants under the age of 14. Minimum age to climb is 4. Weight restrictions on Auto Belay system are 25-310 lbs. Remove any loose items that may fall or get caught on the wall when climbing. Climbers must remain in their lane at all times. No food, drink or cell phones are permitted in the Climbing Centre. 19

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