Family Day is coming up on Monday (Feb. 15) and, even though we are all adjusting to COVID-19 safety precautions, we are all feeling grateful for those closest to us at this time.
Here are some ideas for a fun (and socially distanced!) Family Day weekend:
CRANBROOK: The Cranbrook History Centre is offering a new YOUNG HISTORIANS program, helping record what the last year has been like in Cranbrook for future generations. If you don’t feel comfortable coming into the museum, you can participate online – check out more info here.
KELOWNA: The City of Kelowna is running a Family Day Active Photo Contest, encouraging families to participate in any kind of physical activity and tagging #KelownaFamilyDay to enter. Contest runs from Feb. 12 to Feb. 16, and photos can also be emailed to email@example.com to be eligible for prizes. Check out details here.
Stay safe and healthy, wear a mask, and have a Happy Family Day!
…comes with a link to the City of Kelowna news bulletin that lists ideas to stay active this winter while also safely social distancing! Try a hike, book a time to skate, or check out the City’s list of (COVID-19 modified) programs indoors.
Hey everyone, there is a Shop-by-Phone program available in Kelowna in partnership with Save-on-Foods (Mission) offering weekly service to Community Care clients who need help with grocery shopping and delivery.
Check out their brochure (below) and contact Neda (Volunteer Services Coordinator – Central Okanagan) if you have questions or are interested in obtaining a referral: 250.980.1558.
Hey everyone, if you’re interested in Foodsafe Level 1, Kim has a class coming up on Dec 14th (assuming no further regulatory changes) at the Kanata Kelowna Hotel starting at 8:30am. Contact Kim for info: Kimberley Cresswell (FOODSAFE Level 1 Certified Instructor) at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250.863.8112.
Hey everyone, join Becky from posAbilities in Kelowna or Penticton this April for a lunch and learn discussion about Navigating Restrictive and Prohibitive Practices in a Home-Share Setting. Details below!
Hey everyone, check out the attached poster for training in the Foodsafe Level 1 course in Kelowna. There are 13 available public dates so far between now and the end of May 2019. Thanks to COPCS for circulating these opportunities. Please feel free to pass along to anyone you know who might be interested!
Hi all, PosAbilities is offering the PEERS program for young adults with disabilities — a 16 week social skills program bringing young adults (ages 18-30) together to connect and build friendships. This is a great opportunity to learn more about friendship skills, important social behaviours, and dating etiquette. Thanks to our colleagues at PosAbilities for circulating this information. The program will be running from March to June, 2019. See the attached poster for details, and please feel free to share!