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.
The BC Centre for Disease Control, along with the Regional District of Nanaimo, generously fund two, free, six-week cooking classes each year. Topics include: Cooking Connections: Cooking for the Active Seniors and Food Sense: Healthy Cooking on a Budget.
In the first week of May we celebrate National Youth Week by hosting a 3-on-3 Youth Basketball Tournament. Form a team of three and sign up!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Have you always wanted to learn how to dance? Learn Jive, Cha Cha and Social Foxtrot under the tutelage of certified dance instructor Andy Mundy and his partner Maureen Mundy.
A week-long music camp with instruction from world-class musicians on African and Latin-inspired music. This camp is suitable for youth ages 7+.
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!
ACRA is proud to support other non-profits and individuals in the Arrowsmith community by offering them the use of some of our supplies.