Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Classes combine progressions from one pose to another, as well as postures with attention to basic alignment and therapeutic principles.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Only two more weeks of outdoor Yoga if you’ve missed the opportunity! Instructor Cynthia Anonuevo, RYT has been running an outdoor beginner Vinyasa Flow Yoga class at the Rossglen Park in lower Rossland since the beginning of June, on Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 p.m. The weekly class will run until July 31. Classes combine flowing progressions from one pose to another, as well as sustained postures with attention to basic alignment and therapeutic principles. These drop in classes are by donation with all proceeds being donated to the Rossland Food Bank. Please contact Rossland Recreation, at 250-362-2327 for more information.

Electric fencing workshop

If you’re interested in electric fencing for your yard or your garden, Wildsafe (formerly Bear Aware) is offering a free workshop on Thursday, June 20 from 6-8 p.m. at the Community Garden in Jubilee Park. A discussion on the “how to” of electric fencing will be followed by an actual fence set up around a residential garden. The course is sponsored by CBT and Rossland WildSafeBC. Please call to register or for more information, at 250-231-2751. The new WildSafeBC website is online and can be viewed at www.wildsafebc.com/WARP.

Theatre camps

The cast of the Gold Fever Follies have lots of great summer theatre camps for kids in the next few weeks! From July 22 to July 26 the cast is running the “Gleeful Camp” which will feature popular songs and dance moves to impress the friends and family. From July 29 to August 2 the cast is offering the “Theatre Jam” camp which will have kids exploring different ways to tell stories, brainstorm ideas and create a short play. The last camp is the “Physical Theatre Workshop” camp and it runs August 12 to the 16. This camp will have students learning to create a theatre piece using dance, mime and mask techniques. At the end of the workshop there will be a small performance showing an original story that includes mask work, mime, music and dance. Most of the Follies Camps run in the mornings but please contact the Recreation Department for the specifics of each camp.

Art camp

There are still a few spots left in the Rossland Art Camp at the end of August, from the 19-23. This camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day for kids eight to 12 years of age. The course focuses on multimedia art, including; drawing, painting, sculptures and puppets. As the week progresses the kids will use all of these pieces to create digital movies. Instructed by Shelley Painter the kids will create and edit stop-action and regular short movies, complete with titles, sound effects and music.

Family Swim

The Family Swim time at the Rossland Pool is from 4-5:30pm during the months of July and August. If you have young children it’s one of the nicest ways to end a hot summer day, before the demands of dinner and bedtime routines. The Rossland Pool has season’s passes available to make things even easier. Contact the Rossland Pool at, 250-362-5455 or the Recreation Department for more information.

Evening lap swim

The Rossland Pool is offering evening lap swim this summer. The days of the week and times of day change between June and July, so if you’re interested in evening lap swim, please take note of the times and dates that are posted on the chalkboard facing Columbia Ave. We’ll post weekly updates on the board every week to make sure you know when you can come and enjoy the evening lap swim.

Aqua Tot

If you have an infant, toddler or preschool child, the Aqua Tot classes run twice a week at the Rossland Pool. This half hour class is from 11:30-12 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and runs eight weeks until Aug. 22. Cost is $2 drop-in for pass holders and $3 for non-pass holders. Aqua Tots is a fun, social time for parents and little ones. Lessons will cover buoyancy, movement, floating, gliding and swimming skills while enjoying active water play. If you’re a regular, we’ll keep track of your progress as your little one works through the Red Cross Preschool swim skills and we’ll present you with a report card for each level completed.

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