We don’t have a skating area this year within Prince Rupert but Queen Mary Park have a rink up and running and anyone with skate tags can skate for free. Skate tags come with membership. If you need tags, please contact us.
The snow angel program has moved from the city involvement to the community Leagues. This means that If you know of anyone wishing to get some help with snow shoveling, or if you know of someone willing to help a neighbour, please contact us. If anyone looks after their snow clearing area very well they can be nominated to be a snow angel and eligible for a draw.
The Community League pays for Saturday evening swims at the Commonwealth centre giving anyone with a Prince Rupert Community League membership can get in for free. Now the holidays are over it is time to get some physical activity – go for a swim on a Saturday.
The Seniors Home Supports Program gives Edmonton seniors referrals to vetted service providers offering snow removal, yard help, housekeeping or minor home repair services. Six seniors organizations participate in the Seniors Home Supports Program and coordinate the program in their districts which cover all areas of Edmonton. The organizations screen businesses, community groups and individuals and provide referrals to these service providers when contacted by seniors.
More information at Edmonton.ca.