TRAIL REC: Co-ed hockey drops puck

Adult Co-Ed Pick-Up Hockey starts Friday Oct. 3 from noon to 1 p.m.

Adult Co-Ed Pick-Up Hockey starts Friday Oct. 3 from noon to 1 p.m. at the Trail Memorial Centre Kids Rink. Join us each week for some extra ice time and fun scrimmages, all levels are welcome. Register for all days at a very low rate, or purchase drop-in tickets at the Trail Aquatic Centre prior to playing for only $5 each.

Evening Badminton in running every Tuesday and Thursday at the Willi Krause Fieldhouse from 8:15 to 10:15 p.m. Register or buy drop-in tickets at the aquatic centre. We welcome all levels of players with the focus being on fun, fitness, and sportsmanship.

Morning Badminton starts Oct. 1 and runs every Wednesday from 9 to 10 a.m at the Trail Memorial Centre Gym. This recreational badminton program is for men and women, beginners to advanced, with emphasis on the game and having fun. Birdies and racquets are provided. Minimum registration is required so call to register to avoid cancellation at 364-0888.

Public Skating starts on Wednesday, so come on out and enjoy the ice. Schedules are available at the aquatic centre; there’s ice time every day of the week. Enjoy the Parent and Tot Stick and Puck every Sunday evening from 5:45 to 7:15 p.m. at public skating. Kids six and under and their parents are welcome to play with the supplied sticks and pucks and enjoy practicing your passing, shooting at the goal, and skating with a hockey stick. Helmets mandatory. Teen Glow Skates are on the first Saturday of each month with our kickoff night on Oct. 4 from 7 to 8:15 p.m. in the Kids Rink. Fun for all youth ages Grade 7 and up. Enjoy rockin’ music, laser lights, and the disco ball. Call your friends and come on down for the hottest night of dancing on ice. Regular public skating admission applies and rentals will be available.

High Intensity Interval Training classes with Jenny Picton go every Monday and Wednesday from 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. in the Fitness Studio at the Trail Memorial Centre. Rev up your metabolism by working hard and maintaining a higher heart rate. There will be timed cardio bursts, core and muscle strength, and exercises with free weights and bands. Take you fitness to the next level; modifications will be offered so all fitness levels can participate at their own pace. Call Trail Parks and Recreation at 364-0888 to register or purchase a drop in ticket.

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