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WAWA FITNESS, DANCE & YOGA

Christine Rask offers the following:

  • Fitness Boot Camp
  • Senior Fitness
  • Cardio, Groove
  • Muscle Conditioning
  • Circuit Training
  • Social Dancing
  • Gentle, All Levels & Intermediate Yoga
  • Workshops, School Programs & Private Lessons

WHERE: MHS Auditorium
WHEN: September – June
COST: Prices vary
CONTACT: Christine Rask at 705-856-9867

LINE DANCING

It is fun for all ages and is perfect for socializing and meeting new people.

WHERE: Legion Hall
WHEN: September – May
Thursdays 7:30-9:00pm.
COST: Small fee.
CONTACT: Laurie East at 705-856-4456

GUITAR LESSONS

Basics and theory.

CONTACT: Brian Lachine at 705-856-2455

PIANO LESSONS

Music, composition and theory.

CONTACT: Lindsay’s Piano and Guitar Lessons at 705-856-7890.

PIANO & VIOLIN LESSONS

Joanne Poisson of Keys In Motion offers lessons for all ages.

CONTACT: Joanne Poisson at 705-889-2849

Recreation Programs

BRIDGE / CRIBBAGE / EUCHRE

Seniors are welcome to drop in at the Wawa Goose Club to play some friendly card games.

WHERE: 63 Broadway Avenue
WHEN: Year Round
Bridge: Mondays after Labour Day @ 1:00pm – During the summer it’s on Tuesdays @ 1:00pm
Cribbage: Every other Thursday @ 1:30pm
Euchre: Every other Thursday @ 1:30pm
COST: $3.00/Player
CONTACT: Senior’s Drop-In Centre at 705-856-7394

CRIBBAGE

Open to the public.

WHERE: Legion Hall Downstairs
WHEN: September to May – Saturdays 1:30pm
CONTACT: Verna Matheson at 705-856-7311

LADIES DARTS

Enjoy friendly competition with great people in your area. Darts are provided for those that don’t have their own set.

WHERE: Legion Hall Downstairs
WHEN: September to May – Wednesdays 7:00pm
CONTACT: Verna Matheson at 705-856-7311

Sports & Fitness Programs

LEARN TO SKATE

Wawa Figure Skating Club offers Adult Learn to Skate for those with no skating background.
For adults with skating background, lessons are available with a pro- coach to help brush up on skating skills.

WHERE: Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre
WHEN: September – April
CONTACT: Angela Schumacher, President 705-856-7351

PUBLIC SKATING

Open to all ages. Helmets are recommended for new skaters. Hockey sticks or pucks are not permitted on the ice during recreational skating.

WHERE: Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre
WHEN: September – April
Fridays 7:00-9:00pm
Sunday 7:00-8:00pm
COST:
Senior – $2.80 Daily/$39.22 Season Pass
Adult – $3.66 Daily/$58.28

Schedule subject to change. Call the Community Centre Reception at 705-856-2244 ext. 240 or proshop@wawa.cc to confirm.

SENIOR SKATING

A great way to get out for healthy exercise.

WHERE: Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre
WHEN: September – March
Mondays 9:00-11:00am
COST: $2.80/visit

For more information or to confirm ice availability, call the Pro-Shop at 705-856-2244 ext. 240

MEN’S MERCANTILE HOCKEY

Men’s competitive hockey.

WHERE: Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre
WHEN: October-April
CONTACT: Zach White at 705-856-4715/9544

OLDTIMER’S HOCKEY

For players 40 years and older. Have fun, play fair and play hard!

Location: Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre
Duration: September – April
Mondays, Fridays & Sundays

COST: $225/season (2011-12)
CONTACT: Chris Buckell at 705-856-1067

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

Open to women ages 16 years and older. All skill levels are welcome. No previous experience necessary, however, a good level of skating skill is an asset. This is a women only pick up hockey program.

WHERE: Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre
WHEN: October – March
Friday @ 6:00pm
Sundays @ 5:00pm
COST: $120/season
CONTACT: Anne Lawson at 705-856-1152

PICK-UP / RECREATIONAL HOCKEY

Open to ages 18 years and older. Full hockey gear is required including face mask.

WHERE: Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre
WHEN: September – April
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays, 12:00 – 12:50 pm
COST: $6.35/player

Players must register and sign in at the Reception desk. Call 705-856- 2244 ext. 240 for more information.

ARCHERY

This is a target shooting club open to youth and adults. Learn about the sport of Archery through participation at all levels including fun shoots, club championships and provincial events. Compete in and out-of-town.

Equipment available for archers of all levels. A summer shooting range is available at the Rod & Gun Club for experienced archers.

WHERE: Sir James Dunn Public School
WHEN: November 1st – March 31st – Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Saturdays
COST: $131.00 – Equipment rental from Club is $50.00 per program.
CONTACT: Gord Bonitzke at 705-856-7304

MICHIPICOTEN ROD & GUN CLUB

Features an indoor handgun range with calibres up to 44 magnum, an outdoor.100 metre & 200 metre rifle range, an outdoor 25 yard & 50 yard handgun range, an automatic trap range, and an outdoor archery range.

Competitions and events are scheduled throughout the year. Annual shoots include the Blackfly Shoot, the 2500 Indoor Rifle Shoot, and an indoor handgun competition from November to March.

Trap shooting is held every Tuesday evening at 7:00 pm and Sunday afternoon at 1:00 pm from May until the snow arrives. This event is open to the public at a cost of $5.00 for members and $6.00 for non-members.

Anyone interested in becoming a member can contact any MRGC member.

WHERE: Clubhouse is located on Highway 17 North approx. 2 miles north of Wawa
WHEN: Meetings are at 7:30pm on the first Wednesday of each month
CONTACT: Ron Ouellette, President 705-856-2768

MICHIPICOTEN WADO KAI KARATE

Lessons include traditional karate forms, self-defense, fitness, self-discipline.

WHERE: Sir James Dunn Gymnasium
WHEN: Mondays & Thursdays
Pee-Wee ages 7-10yrs @ 6:30-7:30pm
Adults & Juniors 11yrs & over @ 7:30-9:00pm
COST:
Adults (18 yrs. & over) / Non- Students: $200 (includes all annual dues & fees)
Children/Students (under age 18): $150 (includes all annual dues & fees)
Family Rate (3 or more family members): $250 annual club fee plus $60.20 annual federation and regional dues per student.
CONTACT: Duane Wenmann at 705-856-2876

WAWA WADO KAI KARATE CLUB

The Wawa Karate Club has developed proven teaching methods that will not only help you learn the art of self defense quickly and easily but also provide a wide range of benefits for students of all ages.

WHERE: Ecole St. Joseph’s Gym # 126
WHEN: September to June Tuesdays & Thursdays
Junior Classes 6:00-7:00pm
Advanced Students 7:00-8:00pm
COST: $60.20 Annual Registration Fee
Adult $20/month
Junior $15/month
CONTACT: Larry Laforge at 705-856-2495

CROSS COUNTRY SKIING

15-20 km groomed trails maintained by volunteers. Voluntary trail fee can be paid at the Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre Pro-Shop. Maps are also available on request.

COST: Family $50.00 – Individual $25.00
CONTACT: Ron Hale at 705-856-2048

CURLING

The curling rink has 4 sheets of curling ice which is used by local schools and various curling leagues. Wawa also hosts an annual Men’s, Ladies and Mixed Bonspiel.

WHERE: Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre
WHEN: October – April

Men’s League – Monday Nights
Contact: Jim Hoffmann 705-856-7562

Ladies League – Tuesday Nights
Contact: Amanda Huff 705-856-1384

Mixed League – Thursday Nights
Contact: Reg & Diane Spencer 705-856-4408

Senior Curling – Tuesdays & Thursdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Contact: Community Centre Reception 705-856-2244 ext. 240

SNOWMOBILING

More than 300 km of groomed trails maintained by volunteers.
Trail permits are required on all Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Club trails (OFSC).

PERMIT COSTS:
Before Dec. 1st – $210.00
After Dec. 1st – $260.00
Classic (sleds 15+yrs old) – $130.00
7 Day – $140.00
3 Day – $100.00

Permits can be purchased at the Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre, Bristol Motel, Jones Power Sports, and Wawa Motor Inn. Trail maps are also available at same locations.

GOLF

Michipicoten Golf Club has a challenging 9 hole public golf course, driving range, licensed clubhouse, pro-shop for reservations and rentals of clubs, pull carts and power carts. The club also has a full service snack and beverage cart which is available throughout the course.

During the week, the golf club is reserved as follows:
Seniors – Tuesdays Afternoons
Ladies – Wednesdays
Mens – Thursdays

WHEN: May 15 – October 15, 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
COST (Green Fees):
9 Holes: $19.00 weekdays / $21.00 weekends
18 Holes: $25.00 weekdays / $30.00 weekends
Rates Subject to Change.
CONTACT: Clubhouse/Pro- Shop 705-856-7409

MIXED ADULT SLO-PITCH LEAGUE

WHERE: Community Centre Sportsfield
WHEN: May to August
CONTACT: Marcel Lewis at 705-856-0086

BODY ALIVE FITNESS

Bridget Apnar offers the following:

  • Mondays — 5:45 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. Abs, legs & booty
  • Mondays & Wednesdays — 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The complete package for beginners
  • Wednesdays — 5:45 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. Tabata — high intensity interval training
  • Tuesdays — 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Total Fit classes taught in partnership with Chris Rask
  • Fitness classes for seniors
  • Personal Training
  • Women’s Fitness Bootcamp

WHERE: Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre
COST: Prices vary according to sessions. Drop-ins welcome.
CONTACT: Bridget Apnar at 705-856-0219

WAWA FITNESS, DANCE & YOGA

Christine Rask offers the following:

  • Senior Fitness Classes
  • Cardio, Groove
  • Muscle Conditioning
  • Circuit Training
  • Fitness Boot Camp
  • Cardio Groove
  • Social Dancing
  • Gentle, All Levels & Intermediate Yoga
  • Workshops, Special Programs
  • Private Lessons

WHEN: September – June
COST: Prices vary
CONTACT: Christine Rask at 705-856-9867

BODYBUILDING / WEIGHTLIFTING

Wawa Men’s Health Club has a wide selection of exercise equipment for those interested in doing bodybuilding and weightlifting. Members have access to the gym 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

WHERE: 3 Chris Simon Drive
COST:
1 Month $40.00
3 Month $90.00
6 month $160.00
1 Year $320.00
CONTACT: Bob Amos 705-856-7197

FREE INDOOR WALKING PROGRAM

Bring your indoor walking shoes and come along to walk in a safe, warm and social environment. Thanks to the Best Start Hub, strollers are available so families can stay fit together.

The walking program exists due to the collaboration of community services such as the Algoma District School Board, the Nurse Practitioner program, the Lady Dunn Health Centre, the Wawa Family Health Team and especially our dedicated volunteers.

WHERE: Michipicoten High School
WHEN: Begins October 22nd — Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
CONTACT: Shirley or Shelley at 705-856-1313