HIGH FIVE is a program developed by Parks and Recreation Ontario.
As a registered member of the HIGH FIVE Quality Assurance Program, the West Willow Village Neighbourhood Group is committed to providing programming that is grounded in Principles of Healthy Child Development and Design Guidelines. We have trained staff, evaluated programs and reviewed our policies and procedures to ensure the quality of our programs.
RASP is for children 4-12 years of age.
The program is located at Westwood Public School, 495 Willow Road. Activities take place in the Community Room, Gym an outdoor play spaces. All programs engage children in some understanding and skills in healthy snack choices and preparation. All recreation programs include time for physical activity indoors and outdoors.
RASP is offered in six to eight week sessions during the Fall, Winter and Spring. The programs have a theme, learning and skill development focus and run one day per week from 3:10 pm – 5:30 pm. Registration is limited and on a first-come first-serve basis.
For more information please contact Amanda Roberts, Children’s Program Co-ordinator. Email Amanda@westwillowvillage.ca or call (519) 826-9930
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Kickz is a healthy after school program for neighbourhood youth.
This program is a successful collaboration between Guelph Police Services, Shelldale Family Gateway, West Willow Village, Guelph Soccer, Guelph Wellington Immigrant Services and our uniform supplier Inaria. Guelph Police Service members volunteer as coaches which allows youth to see police in a social setting outside of police uniform.
The winter program runs for two 8 week sessions, once a week at the indoor soccer dome. The program is for those in grades 1-6. Kickz has had over 700 participants to date. High school youth are welcome to volunteer as mentors during the program. For information, please call 519 826 9930 or email email@example.com
Dance is a universal language to represent the different cultures around the world.
Bharatnatyam is an ancient and popular Indian Classical dance form noted for its sophisticated vocabulary of sign language based on hand gestures and expressions. Students will learn and explore simple, graceful and vibrant styles of dancing which is rhythmic, deeply devotional and evocative.
Classes for Girls & Boys Ages 6-12+ on Mondays 6:00-7:30 pm; Mitchell Woods PS
A popular activity for the whole family! All equipment is provided at the program. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Mitchell Woods PS, Gym, Tuesdays 7:00-830PM, FREE!