Basketball Beginnings runs in-house skills and fundamentals sport programs in eight-week blocks during the school year.
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"Yes I Can!" is an enrichment program that teaches children how to integrate fitness into their lifestyle—grades 2 to 8.
Kids @Play caters to children from 3 to 6 years old.
Weekly instructional basketball league catering to youth between the ages of 4 and 17.
This sport-specific training course is offered at an introductory level in the form of an eight-week in-house skills module.
Go Girls! The Big Brothers Big Sisters program has been translated into Chinese.
The Active Kids Toolkit Program is a training and resource opportunity for all who work with, or care for young children 0 to 5 years.
The Up for It! Program in Birmingham works with children in care to develop their skills, talents and interests..
The Whitney Pier Youth Club Society is a youth oriented, non-profit, registered charity operating since 1994 by volunteer Board of Directors.
Dalhousie University turns Dalplex over to the kids for March Break.
The Town of Truro has begun an initiative entitled "Active Communities".
Flooded basketball courts make good rinks in winter. Guysborough Municipality create two rinks for community use during the winter months.
Chedabucto Education Centre and Fanning Education Centre are two P-8 schools in Guysbourough.
The REC'n Crew is a group of teenagers who work to promote hip hop in central Nova Scotia and beyond.
Dance has a fresh new look and energy with Dixon’s Little Women (D.L.W), a dance group of eight talented young women, (Angelina, Taryn, Chekara, K
Side Street Kids is a very successful Latin dance club after school program that ran for 2 years at Shake it Dance.
On the Move Workshops
• In 2007-08, the Ministry of Health Promotion provided a grant to
Family Strengthening Programs are a range of programs delivered to eligible families at no cost.
• The Skills Through Activities and Recreation (STAR) Program is a year-