Community Notes

My name is Maggie Wright and I am the Marketing Coordinator at the Bell Aliant Center/Cari Complex.
We feel that every child should understand the basics of learning how to swim and feel safe in the water, especially since we live on an Island!  We offer all levels.

Our winter session begins January 3rd and runs until March 3rd on Tuesday or Thursday evenings depending on what class the child attends.  Then we have 2 upcoming Spring sessions.
Spring Session 1: March 31-June 2, and Spring Session 2: June 4-June 27.  Registration opens November 26th for both Winter and Spring Sessions.
Can register by phone, online or by email.

 

The Public Schools Branch (PSB) will be hosting two Career/Job Fairs in November in an effort to both address island wide shortages in a number of our employment categories, and to reach out to people interested in knowing more about professional careers within our educational structure, or wanting to explore how their skills/talents, or training can be used to pursue a career or employment opportunity in the education sector.  More information is available on the PSB website. Everyone welcome!

        Wednesday, November 6th,  Stratford Townhall, 234 Shakespeare Drive, Stratford

And

Thursday, November 21st, Holman Building, 250 Water Street, Summerside

(South Tower Entrance at the rear)

Time: 1:00 – 7:00 pm both dates

The National Ballet of Canada is excited to announce that registration is now open for our YOU dance live stream programme for students in grades 3-6. See attached for additional information.

This free, live streamed education programme offers students an introduction to ballet as an art form and exposes them to classical ballet repertoire, key ballet concepts and the world of dance and ballet! Live streamed across the country, this programme reached over 24,000 students in 2019 in every province and territory and we are very excited to share ballet nationwide once again with you!  

Now in its 13th season, YOU dance continues to be a success because of the positive feedback and support from boards, schools, teachers and students throughout Canada. Through this programme, students watch a one hour and fifteen-minute performance that includes both repertoire as well as thorough explanations from an arts educator.  

JOIN US: Thursday, April 9, 2020 

Time: 12:45pm – 2:00pm EST (please note the time difference in your location) 

For: Students in grades 3-6 

Cost: Free! 

 

 

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