Tuesday 10 January 2006 Sporting Smorgasbord offers wide variety of healthy alternatives for New Year shape up
If one of your New Year's resolutions is to be more active or take up a new pastime, then the latest offering from Caloundra City Council is sure to tempt even the fussiest of us.
Caloundra City Mayor Don Aldous said the Sporting Smorgasbord is Council's latest out there and active program, designed to give local residents an opportunity to have a go at an activity they previously haven't tried or not done for some time.
"This program is a great way to not only learn something new, but benefit your health at the same time," Cr Aldous said.
The program, jointly funded by Council and Sport and Recreation Queensland will offer a summer and an autumn program, with activities such as Tai Chi, croquet, boogie boarding, aqua aerobics, fencing, canoeing, yoga, golf and wheelchair ballroom dancing.
All of the activities are free to CalPass holders, with a small fee for some activities for non-members.
"This is the perfect opportunity for those of us who made new year resolutions to improve their health and become more active, with a wide range of activities to suit all tastes and abilities."
Cr Aldous said its also a great time to join CalPass, with a special promotion running in the current edition of Caloundra City Living offering hundreds of dollars in prizes for those who join up before the end of the month.
To register, or for more information, contact Council's Recreation and Community Services unit on 5420 8723 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details of the CalPass competition, including entry forms are available in the December edition of Caloundra City Living.
A copy of the summer program is attached.
Summer Activities run from mid February - March 2006
Tai Chi at Lake Kawana - free
Croquet (incorporating Golf Croquet, Ricochet and Gateball) - free
2 groups available, each group consisting of 3 weeks of lessons: Group One commencing Thursday 16 February; Group Two commencing Saturday 11 March. All equipment provided
Boogie Boarding (Kings Beach) - free
2 groups available, each group consisting of 3 weeks of lessons: Group One commencing Monday 13 February; Group Two commencing Wednesday 15 February. Boogie boards available or bring your own
Seniors Kayaking (over 50's) at Currimundi Lake - free
3 open days available: Tuesday 21 February, 9am - 12.00noon; Tuesday 7 March 9am - 12.00noon; Tuesday 14 March 9am - 12.00noon. Open day will include demonstrations, advice and members will have kayaks available to try or bring your own
Aqua Aerobics at Caloundra Aquatic Lifestyle Centre
Learn to Swim at Caloundra Aquatic Lifestyle Centre
Fencing at Currimundi Outdoor Recreation Centre
Canoeing at Currimundi Outdoor Recreation Centre
Autumn Activities run from April - June 2006 - dates to be advised.
Martial Arts / Self Defence
Tap / Showtime Dancing
Low impact exercise
Wheelchair Ballroom Dancing
Yoga-cise (mix of yoga and pilates)
Golf (Caloundra Golf Club)
Please note: Bookings are essential for all activities. For registration or more information contact Council's Recreation and Community Services unit on 5420 8723 or email email@example.com
Contact Caloundra City Council on:
Phone 1300 650 112 (local), (07) 5420 8200 (outside the Sunshine Coast) or +61 7 5420 8200 (international)
Post: PO Box 117 Caloundra 4551 Qld Australia
In person: Omrah Ave, Caloundra, Qld, Australia
All Sunshine Coast events, gigs, functions etc... onsite are correct as per information provided at time of uploading, please always verify times or dates directly with the venues to avoid disappointment.
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