Three children’s programs make their home in the Oakridge Community Centre: the Before & After School Care Program and Winter Break and Spring Break Camps – both community-run, as well as the privately owned and operated Tools for Kids Preschool.
In addition, over the summer months, the Community Centre, through the Oakridge Racquet Club, provides Kids Tennis Programs and Kids Tennis Summer Camps. Please Click Here for details.
Community Mobile Skatepark June 17 – July 3, 2018
All participants must have a signed waiver, if under 18, the participant will need it signed by a parent / guardian before being able to participate in this program. A skateboard and a helmet are also required. Waivers are available on-site and on www.calgary.ca/skateparks.
Extra boards and helmets may be available on a first come, first serve loan basis.
Holiday Adventures Programs – Summer 2018
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Skating Lessons 2018
Power Skating (6-10 years)
Increase speed, agility and strength of your skating with a warm up, drills and fun, short hockey game. Kids must be able to push and glide with alternate feet and backward skate the width of the ice, snow plow stop, forward crossover, and skate with a hockey stick. Full hockey equipment mandatory.
This is NOT a learn to skate program.
Cost is $80 members or $100 non- members for the 8 week session
Friday 1:30 – 2:15 pm September 7, 2018 – October 26, 2018
Oakridge Community Association 9504 Oakfield Drive SW
Instructor: Megan Drebert
SouthFour Fast Pitch Calgary
Southfour Softball provides an opportunity to learn the fundamental skills of softball, while encouraging good sportsmanship, team work and an active lifestyle. Southfour is a recreational league that is open to players of all skill levels. Learn more…
Before & After School Program (BASC)
The BASC Program is a provincially-licensed and accredited program that offers exciting and fun-filled programs for school-age children in a family, home-like environment.
Tools for Kids Preschool Learning Centre Ltd.
Tools for Kids Preschool provides children with a foundation of tools for lifetime learning by offering a developmentally age-appropriate program. Contact Angy Moore, Executive Director, at 403-281-1145 or 403-460-0389. For more information, visit the Tools for Kids website: www.toolsforkidspreschool.ca