The BMO Financial Group Aquatic Centre offers a variety of swim programs and courses.
Books, magazines, DVDs, computers, programs, and lots of space. Drop in today!
Nov. 18, 2015: From Left to Right: Vic Whynot - Vic's Skate Sharpening, Michael Graves, Coordinator of the United Way of Lunenburg County, Adam Whynot, Whynot Build-It and Kevin Benjamin, General Manager of the LCLC.
Through a partnership of the United Way of Lunenburg County, the LCLC, Vic's Skate Sharpening and Whynot Build-It, a storage unit has been built to house "loaner" skates available to anyone coming to the LCLC who may not have their own skates but want to try skating at the Clearwater Seafoods Arena at the LCLC. We don't have all sizes yet, but we are working on it!
Skates this weekend? Friday: 5 - 6:15 / Saturday: 10:30 - 12:00 pm / Sunday 6 - 6:50.
Cost: $3 for youth / $4 for adult / $10 for family
Come on out this weekend to the LCLC!
Slight Change in Public Skate time Wednesday November 18, 2015.
Special Early Dismissal Toonie Skate from 1:20 - 2:20 and Parent & Tot Skate has been moved to 2:30 along with the Homeschoolers' Skate.
The remainder of the week is our regular public skate times:
Adult Skate: 12:00 - 1:00 - Every Weekday
Parent & Tot: 1:00 - 2:00 - Friday
Public Skates for all: Friday 5 - 6:15 / Saturday 10:30 - 12:00 pm and Sunday 6 - 6:5See you at the LCLC!
LCLC Swim Instructor Blaize Morgan prepares Instructional Materials during an Autism Workshop for CRC Water Safety Instructors facilitated by the Autism Society of Nova Scotia South Shore Chapter.
Autism Nova Scotia, South Shore Chapter and the LCLC will be sponsoring a four week program:
Dates: November 23, 30, December 7, 14
Times: 6:00 - 7:00 pm (half hour classes)
If you are interested please contact the Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre at 902-530-4100 by November 10, 2015. An Intake Form must be filled out and a Social Story to take home.