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Programs & Events
Unless otherwise stated, please contact the Tiger Hills Recreation Office at or call (204)723-2011 to register for programs.

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RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS - NEW Starts Monday, January 15 @ Treherne Elementary 

FIT & FLOW YOGA - Starts Tuesday, January 9th @ Holland School

YOUTH SPORT NIGHT - Starts Tuesday, January 9th @ Holland School

DRUMS ALIVE - Starts Monday, January 15th @ Holland Community Hall

PICKLEBALL - More details to follow

FITNESS PROGRAMMING is available through certified fitness instructors in the District. Current programming includes:  
HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) - To inquire about current programming, contact Anne Leslie at 204-723-2755.
Strength and Conditioning - Tuesdays @7:30 pm at Treherne Community Centre. To register or information, contact Meghan Classen at 204-750-9021

BABY STEPS . . . A HEALTHY BABY PROGRAM offers social support and informal learning opportunities to promote healthy child development.  Expectant mothers, new parents and babies (as well as siblings) are welcome.  The program is held from 10 am - 12 pm @ Treherne Community Centre - Kin Room.  For further information contact the facilitator, Monique VanDenBussche at 204-526-2505.
Future Dates: 
Thursday, January 4 - Birth Control & Pregnancy
Tuesday, February 6 - topic TBA

STEP 2 PARENT-CHILD GROUP for parents/guardians and their children ages 0-5. Activities, songs, rhymes, stories, snacks, parent information. Held twice a month from 10:00 am - 11:30 am at Treherne Community Centre - Kin Room. For further information contact the facilitator, Darla Hilhorst at 
Upcoming Dates: 
Tuesday, January 9th
Tuesday, January 23rd - Investing for Our Kids Futures & Our Own, Sunrise Credit Union 

Boating Safety Certification

Hunter Safety Certification
Manitoba Wildlife Federation website

Child & Youth Subsidy Programs:
Because kids matter! . . . Child & Family Services of Central Manitoba Foundation offers the "Chance 2 Grow" program. "Chance 2 Grow" funds a wide variety of recreational and educational opportunities for children from music lessons, art and dance classes, to gymnastics, swimming, and figure skating. Includes hockey registration in our southern region. This program will pay registration for a myriad of activities upon request.  For more information go to:
Other programs which will fund children to participate in sport or physically active opportunities include:
Canadian Tire Jumpstart