BURNABY LEISURE GUIDE
BURNABY BARRACUDAS SUMMER ACQUATICS
The Barracudas have been offering aquatics programs to Burnaby youth for the past 60 years. They offer programs in speed swim, water polo and dive to kids of all ages and abilities. We also have a offer volunteer coaching and leadership mentorship for kids for young teens. Coaching options for older teens. Please click here. for more information.
Burnaby’s longest running youth soccer program is gearing up for our spring soccer kickoff. Come and be a part our Wesburn FC “Lil Kickerz” and join our soccer revolution. Burnaby’s best soccer experience is greater because of the kids, so let’s get out there have fun and keep on playing. Registration opens March 1.
FUTURE BRIGHT EDUCATION GRANT
Get up to $3,200 in free funding for your child’s education! The Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver (EFry) is hosting a Future Bright Education Grant Sign-Up event on Saturday, March 14th from 1:00 – 7:00 PM at the Burnaby Neighbourhood House Community Hall on 5024 Rumble St., Burnaby. Future Bright is a EFry program that helps families access free funding for their children’s post-secondary education. Each child can receive up to $3,200 through federal and provincial grants. Future Bright Registration facilitators, financial institutions, Service Canada, and the Canada Revenue Agency will be on site to support families in registering for the Canada Learning Bond (CLB) and BC Training and Education Savings Grant (BCTESG). Learn more at www.elizabethfry.com/future-bright or call 604-520-1166.
TEEN ADVISORY GROUP
The Teen Advisory Group is for teens who want to make the library better for themselves and other teens. The library belongs to teens as much as anyone else in the community, so we want to know what you’d like to see from us–whether it’s physical space, stuff you can borrow, programs you wish we had, or places you wish we visited.
We are meeting monthly at the Tommy Douglas library branch to discuss different topics that will help us and you make changes to the library. Snacks will be provided during the meeting, and all teens are welcome to join us for a movie and crafts afterwards.
How to Join?
All teens are welcome to join, including those who come to the library regularly and those who have never used the library before. Just drop by a meeting to see if it’s for you. All teens will receive a letter confirming their community service.
What qualifications do I need to be in the Teen Advisory Group?
Must be aged 13-18 years old, Willing to share ideas in a group, Willing to think about issues in your community! Any questions?
Feel free to reach out to the Teen Services Librarian Andrea Lukic email@example.com by texting or calling 604-314-2480.
BURNABY LAKERS LACROSSE 2020 SEASON
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BURNABY BASEBALL SPRING 2020 REGISTRATION
We offer baseball programs for children ages 4-18 of all abilities including Challenger, a division of BC Baseball that provides an opportunity for children with cognitive or physical disabilities.
Burnaby Baseball has introduced a Grassroots Program for children new to BBA registering in our 5U-7U division that will waive their registration fees. It’s a great way to give baseball a try, stay active and meet local kids in the neighbourhood.
For more information go to www.burnabybaseball.com.
PARENTING LEARNING EVENT 2020
BURNABY WILDCATS HOCKEY
BURNABY SPEED SKATING CLUB
We are looking to spread the word about the sport of speed skating. It is a wonderful sport and an equally wonderful group of skaters and their families in the speed skating community. Both children and adults are welcome to join our Try It Sessions and experience the sport of speed skating.
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