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PD Day activities

Parents’ Child Development Co-operative offers a program for school age children on Professional Development Days and other non school days such as Christmas break, Easter break and through the summer.

We operate in three schools: Brevoort Park School, St. Bernard School and St. Philip School.

For more information you can visit our website: www.mypcdc.ca

Taking to the Court

Registration is now open for Taking to the Court – a free event being hosted by the City of Saskatoon, for boys ages 10 to 14. Event takes place on Monday, November 14, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Cosmo Civic Centre (3130 Laurier Drive)

A day for boys to get active, learn, and improve skills in basketball under the direction of qualified instructors. Lunch and snacks are provided at each event. Space is limited.

Please call 306 975 3378 before Tuesday, November 8, to register.

Nature Grandparenting

Grandparents and Grandchildren, take your special relationship outside for some fresh air learning!

This fall SaskOutdoors is pleased to be offering a unique intergenerational nature program in Saskatoon. The Nature Grandparenting program is designed for grandparents to experience nature with their grandchild (3-5yrs old) in Saskatoon’s Gabriel Dumont Park. Many grandparents are in a unique position to act as a nature mentor in the lives of their grandchildren. With practical ideas and age-appropriate activities shared each week, grandparents will have fun weaving a connection to nature into the special relationship they have with their grandchild. This program will be facilitated by Jana Miller, former Ecoquest teacher.

This program takes place outdoors. Participants will need to dress for the weather and should be comfortable being active outdoors for an hour. Public washrooms are available on site for use. An information package will be sent out to registered participants in early September.

Participants: Grandparent and grandchild (ages 3-5) pairs
Location: Saskatoon’s Gabriel Dumont Park
Wednesday mornings: September 21st – October 26th
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $95.00/pair for 6 six weeks ($16.00/week)
Registration deadline September 19th, 2016

SaskOutdoors website

Soccer Kids in the Park

PotashCorp FREE SOCCER DROP-IN FOR ALL AGES

Monday to Friday
July 4 – August 25, 2016
11:00 am – 5:30 pm
City of Saskatoon Playground Program Locations.
Schedule will be posted for 2016 on June 27.

Program is free, no registration required, just drop in to your neighborhood playground or youth centre at the scheduled time! Program travels to 45 different City of Saskatoon playgroundcentre sites and is instructed by certified soccer coaches!

For more information call Saskatoon Youth Soccer (306) 975-3413

Visit www.saskatoonyouthsoccer.ca after June 27 for a program schedule!

Thank you PotashCorp, Community Initiatives Fund, City of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Soccer Association, Sask Lotteries, and Xtratime Sports Soccer Locker for your help in funding this summer’s PotashCorp Soccer Kids In the Park program!

International Day of the Girl

Saskatoon IDG is thrilled to announce this opportunity for you to support the girls in your life by celebrating International Day of the Girl with them this year!

We are very pleased to announce that home-grown media maven and passionate community leader, Trish Cheveldayoff, will be hosting our 3rd annual celebration of International Day of the Girl Saskatoon. The event will take place on Saturday, October 17 at Georges Vanier School, which is located at 820 Wilson Crescent. All proceeds raised will go to support youth empowerment initiatives at the Core Youth Neighbourhood Co-Op in Saskatoon.

We are starting at 1pm with MissRepresentation – Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s first film exposes how mainstream media contributes to girls and women being silenced, sexualized and stereotyped. Come and see media in a new way! (www.therepresentationproject.org)

At 3pm, attendees will be invited to participate with local artist and art educator, Monique Martin, as we explore the part we play in the puzzle of humanity (www.moniqueart.com). Come and discover what we create!

The day will wrap up with a powerful panel discussion around the actions we can take, collectively and individually, to challenge the stereotypes that negatively impact the lives girls, women, boys and men. Come and find out what you can do! Confirmed panelists include:

• Paula Collins from Masala Model and Talent (www.facebook.com/MasalaModelTalent)

• Zoey Pricelys Roy, who is a youth activist, spoken word poet, hip hop artist and social entrepreneur

• Alison Whelan, who is the founder of Saskatoon’s chapter of Girls Rock Camp, which empowers female identified youth through music (http://www.girlsrocksaskatoon.ca)

Get tickets at www.eventbrite.ca $20 for one ticket that admits two people! or you can buy at the door $25 for two

She believed she could so she did!

“Insecurity and self-doubt are usually the biggest obstacles in the way of anybody’s talents and dreams, and society needs us girls to do the things that it tells us we can’t. We can help each other to build inner voices louder than any of society’s contradictory messages”. – Tessa, 23

“I believe girls can overcome all obstacles.” – Kymber, 17

“Today’s society has expectations that differ from previous generations’ expectations, and they are not only affecting me, an 18 year old female, but they are preying on an innocent seen year old girl and her self esteem.” Winter, 18

“I believe when women rise fully to their own occasions, they deepen their capacity to create extraordinary lives, careers, communities and organizations.” Jami Young

“Girls live with the pervasive sentiment that they are not as important as boys” Canadianwomen.org