Strap on your walking shoes and join the Sole Sisters walking group. This program is offered most Wednesdays at various locations around the Oceanside area and is intended for women 50+, but all ages are welcome.
These single-day, one-hour workshops provide an introduction to many different styles of African music and dance. Try gumboot dancing, djembe drumming, and more!
Intended for children ages 8 - 13, this week-long summer camp explores all kinds of exciting outdoor activities. Do crafts, learn about animals, and more.
Cardio Dance Club is a follow-along fitness class open to all fitness levels. Get your groove on and follow the series of choreographed dance moves. Each class features a mix of modern radio hits and old-school classics.
African Hand Drumming classes are about learning new techniques and jamming in a circle of friends. Drumming is scientifically proven to relieve stress, enhance your immune system and energize your soul.
Swing by the Coombs Fairgrounds Gymnasium for a fun, free night of drop-in basketball. Tuesday nights are for ages 11 - 15, and Thursday night sessions are for ages 16+. All equipment provided.
Always wanted to work out in a gym, but didn’t know where to start? Work with certified personal trainer and fitness coach, Pam Hadikan, for a gentle introduction to the weight room and gym.
Bucket drumming is great for new drummers! Enrich your brain, put a smile on your face, and energize your body and soul. All you need to bring is a round-bottomed bucket of any size. No experience necessary. Drumsticks provided.
In the first week of May we celebrate National Youth Week by hosting a 3-on-3 Youth Basketball Tournament.
Parenting isn't easy. Parent Support Circle is a safe, confidential space where you can connect with other parents about the challenges and joys of parenting.
Diabetes Canada generously funds two, free, eight-week cooking classes each year. Topics include: Food Skills for Active Seniors and Food Skills for Families on a Budget.
Enjoy the uplifting sounds of the marimba, and learn how to play traditional African songs on these impressive wooden xylophones. No prior musical experience is necessary for the Beginner class.
This Tuesday night program invites dads and tots (0-6) to visit various locations in Oceanside for a fun night of play. Community partners include BLT, VIRL, SOS, and RDN.
ACRA is proud to support other non-profits and individuals in Arrowsmith by offering them the use of some of our supplies.