We’re all looking for a bit of “normalcy” in COVID times and Mission Parks, Recreation & Culture has been working to offer a variety of activities that keep you active, connected and most importantly safe.
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MISSION, BC—A new public art project dubbed as “Atlantis” has been completed at the Mission Leisure Centre pool featuring an octopus and friends hanging above and around the teach pool. The original artwork was composed during the COVID-19 pool closure and completed...
PHO orders issued on March 29, 2021 places further restrictions on the operations at the Leisure Centre in particular, adult group fitness classes. Effective March 29 at midnight until April 19 at midnight the following classes will be cancelled. Yoga Balance and...
Our latest offerings of programs for April & May is online! From spring skating lessons to Babysitter's trainings, we've got a line up of activities to keep your body and mind active. Click here to check out the line-up of things to do, and click here to...
April Fitness Bingo Challenge! This fun activity will help individuals and families maintain a healthy lifestyle while also providing an opportunity to win prizes. The challenge will run during the month of April and is free and open to the community. For all the...
We are hiring for a fitness room/weight room attendant at the Mission Leisure Centre. View the posting details here.
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The District of Mission Parks, Recreation & Culture Department have been working hard behind the scenes to create a Super Family Day experience for Mission residents this year on Monday, Feb.15. A combination of in-person and virtual opportunities have been...
Recreation during COVID
Mission Parks, Recreation and Culture staff have been actively working to bring safe & fun recreation to Mission. Recreation during COVID looks a bit different – here’s what to expect:
- All programs are pre-registered.
- Participants are checked in by a facility host.
- Specific entrances and exits are used for different activities to promote physical distancing and reduce congestion.
- Masks are required when coming and going between activities and must be worn at all times while in the weight room including while exercising.
- Handwashing and sanitizing takes place before each activity.
Programs aim to minimize potential exposure to participants through:
- Behind the scenes staff are cleaning and sanitizing equipment and facilities between sessions.
- Program numbers are limited to ensure physical distancing.
- Lessons and programs are set-up to ensure physical distancing.
- Equipment will not be shared between participants.
As reopening progresses, more programs will become available for registration. Please ensure to follow Parks, Recreation and Culture on Facebook and Twitter or get the latest from the updates section on this page.
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Fitness Bingo – Challenge!
We are excited to announce our April Fitness Bingo Challenge! This fun activity will help individuals and families maintain a healthy lifestyle while also providing an opportunity to win prizes. The challenge will run during the month of April and is free and open to the community. Complete activities on the various squares and check them off to get a Bingo – one line in any direction (vertical, horizontal, or diagonal). Each time you get a bingo your name gets entered into a draw. Get a Black Out (full card) and your name will be entered into a separate prize draw.
How to Play
- Print out the individual or family bingo card listed below:
- complete a maximum of one activity per day (from April 1-30).
- complete a bingo (a full row, column, diagonal)
- Submit by email to email@example.com -ensure your name and phone number are listed on the card. -take a picture of your card with the completed squares either marked with pen, or a bingo dabber. -write in the email subject line either Family Fitness Bingo or Individual Fitness Bingo depending on what card you are completing. -attach a picture of your Bingo card
- winners will be randomly drawn on May 4
Club K.I.D.S (Kids Ideas Developing Skills) is a fun and educational recreation program for children aged 5-11 years (K to Grade 6), conveniently located in their own school. CK offers supervised leisure activities to children in a group setting with their elementary school peers. CK is a licensed facility (through Fraser Health) and due to the time and location of the program, it is often used by many parents as an alternative to daycare, babysitters, or being home alone. Find out more about the Club KIDS program, registration process, safety measures and more.
CK Spring After School Registration Dates
January 29 – Deadline to receive completed registration forms (new registrants only)
February 1 – Deadline to activate and test your on-line account
February 8-11 – Reservation & registration Days for CK Spring After School
|Mon||Feb 8||9am||CK Hatzic & CKWindebank|
|1pm||CK West Heights|
|Tue||Feb 9||9am||CK Central|
|Wed||Feb 10||9am||CK Morrison|
|1pm||CK Cherry Hill|
|Thu||Feb 11||9am||CK ESR|
The Mission Parks, Recreation & Culture Department works with community partners to offer a variety of options for those on limited income. In addition to our Healthy Lifestyles program, Jumpstart, Kidsport and social development initiatives, we also offer our PLAY Pass program which provides qualified individuals free admission to the Leisure Centre. To qualify, applicants must have been a District of Mission resident for at least 3 months, be at or below the low income thresholds as outlined by Statistics Canada or on Income Assistance through the Ministry of Housing and Social Development or the Federal social Development program. All applications are subject to a $5 administration fee for individual applications and $10 for family applications.