THE UNIVERSITY OF REGINA OFFERS A NUMBER OF PROGRAMS FOR KIDS. REGISTRATIONS OCCUR IN NOVEMBER AND MARCH EACH YEAR. CLICK THE EVENTS TAB FOR CURRENT PROGRAMS, OR CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE U OF R REGISTRATION PAGE, THEN CLICK ON PROGRAMS.
SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION WILL OPEN ON MARCH 15, 2019. WATCH FOR DETAILS AND SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE PROGRAM
SUMMER SPORT SCHOOL DAYS (Ages 5-12) including February and Easter breaks. Click here for complete details.
Summer Sports School Days program is a continuation of our Summer Sports School program that includes a variety of activities that may include art, sport, science, and swimming! The emphasis is for participants to have fun, meet others, become physically active and learn new skills. All activities will be planned, facilitated and supervised by instructors and will be modified to suit the age level and ability of the participants. No previous experience is necessary.
The program will be made available on Staff Development Days for both the Catholic and Public School Systems.
Time: 8:30am-4:30pm with additional supervision available from 7:45am-8:30am and 4:30pm-5:15pm.
All programs will be scheduled for the entire day with an hour of supervised lunch taking place from 12:00 to 1:00.
2019 Program Dates:
SWIMMING LESSONS (Registration for new sessions is in November, July and March)
> Red Cross Swim Kids Levels and Private Click Here
> Leadership Courses Click Here
> Adult Swim Click here
> Aqua Swim Program Click Here
The University of Regina is extremely proud to be partnering with the Canadian Red Cross as a means of continuing to offer children and their families expanded aquatic programs that increase and promote health and safety. The Canadian Red Cross has been a leader in Swimming and Water Safety for close to 60 years and continues to renew and refine its learn-to-swim program to meet the growing needs of Canadians. Through Red Cross Swim the University of Regina is committed to offering a program that is based on research, the highest standards of injury prevention methodology, and proven learn-to-swim progressions. We also offer Red Cross Leadership Programs for Bronze Star, Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross, and National Lifeguard Service Award.
Looking for a recreational swim? There are also open swim times at the University of Regina, visit here for details.
Programs for children ages 4 and up. One week and two week options available!
Summer Sports School is a physical activity program for children 4 to 12 years of age. Children will be provided with opportunities to participate in a variety of sports, science, aquatic and other physical activities in a safe, fun and non-competitive environment. The emphasis is for participants to have fun, meet others, become physically active and learn new skills. All activities will be planned, facilitated and supervised by instructors and will be modified to suit the age level and ability of the participants. No previous experience is necessary. At times throughout the program, the instructors engage the participants in full camp activities such as the Mini Olympics.
Participants in the Rookie Program have the option of the morning OR afternoon program only. All other participants have the option of registering in a morning and/or afternoon program. Programs run daily, Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. To have your child in a full day program, please choose an am & pm class. Lunch supervision will be provided for those participants registered in a full day program. In addition, Summer Sports School offers an extended hour’s program. Children will be supervised from 8:00 am to 8:30 am and 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm daily. Please note that there will be no planned activities during these extended hour programs.
**PLEASE NOTE THAT ALTHOUGH THE SESSIONS ARE 2 WEEK SESSIONS, YOU CAN REGISTER FOR ONE WEEK!
ACTIVE 4 LIFE
For Children 6 to 18 years of age. This is a program of education, exercise and support for children and youth with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes and/or children and youth who are at risk for developing diabetes later on in their life. Click here for details.
SPORTS FOR ALL
Individualized instruction for children with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, ages 7 to 13 years. Click here for more information and session offerings.
New Beginnings is a summer program for Syrian refugee children ages 5-12. Instructors create and execute curriculum to help enhance the children’s English proficiency and help them adapt to Canadian culture. Children have the opportunity to participate in weekly activities that include art, science, field trips, recreational sports and community connections Click here for more information and to see current program dates.
FIRST AID AND CPR
The Dr. Paul Schwann Centre is offering full courses and recertification courses throughout the year.
Programs offered: Emergency First Aid: Standard First Aid CPR Level C (covers skills for adult, child and infant CPR and choking & AED), and CPR Level HCP.
BIRTHDAY PARTIES (ages 5-13)
Is your child is having a birthday? How about a pool party, or activities in the gym? We cater to parties for children 5 to 13 years of age. Birthday Parties are based on availability. Please call or email for information: email@example.com.
To book gym space please call 337-2665 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To book the pool please call at 585-4365.
FOR MOM AND DAD
Looking to join a gym? Check out the Fitness and Lifestyle Centre. It features a 4 lane 200 metre indoor track, and a great selection of cardio, plate loaded, selectorized and free weight equipment, and a core strength/stretching area. We also offer a variety of Fitness Programs aimed at promoting active and healthy lifestyles. Classes are tailored to meet the needs and general fitness levels of participants and can accommodate a range of fitness levels within each class. These classes work toward improving cardiovascular efficiency, flexibility, muscular endurance, coordination and muscle tone.
Want to learn more? Visit the University of Regina Recreation Services website.
Feb 19 - Feb 22
Centre for Kinesiology and Health Studies
Apr 22 - Apr 26
University of Regina