Programs for Children & Families: Click on Bold Headings for detailed information.
posted 24Feb2021: SPRING FAMILY FUN IN THE PARK – If you love a great day at the park with your family, this is the program for you. Take your family adventures to a whole new level by joining us for a day at the park with activities like life-size chess, pick-up sticks, giant jenga, and more.
Enjoy getting competitive, being a team, and ultimately winning the prize of a great fun-filled family day! Registration info click here: Family Fun in the Park
posted 9Feb2021: Burnaby Mountain Mantas Swim Club – a non-profit youth organization – our website is www.burnabymantas.ca. We are a part of the British Columbia Summer Swimming Association. We train mainly out of Kensington outdoor pool and CB Brown Pool. Summer is our competitive season, so starting May 1 our swimmers swim anywhere from 5-8 times per week all summer long. The price of the program is roughly $480 per summer season (16 weeks), which includes all practices, swim meets, one t-shirt and one bathing cap. Swimmers are placed into groups of about 8-10 swimmers with one coach. They stay with this same group and coach for the entire summer. Our coaches are paid coaches, most of them high school students from Burnaby. All membership fees collected go towards paying for the pool time, coaches and other operating costs. We will be following all COVID19 rules, including social distancing. While our club normally runs at 100% capacity, our numbers have gone down by about one half of our normal numbers due to the pandemic. We will be opening up membership for new swimmers.
posted 9Feb2021: Click Here: City of Burnaby – “Burnaby Youth Week Logo Contest” and “Youth Citizenship Awards” for youth ages 12-18. Now Open for Entries and Nominations
Young people are important and need to be recognized in a constructive and positive
manner. Their contributions need to be acknowledged and celebrated.
The Burnaby Youth Week Committee is excited to announce our annual:
• Youth Week Logo Contest.
• Burnaby Youth Citizenship Awards
posted 8Feb2021: Click Here: Grade 7 students are invited to a free online YWCA afterschool program which aims to help students prepare for high school. Participants will connect with other Grade 7s to participate in games, group discussions, and activities about managing stress, making friends, peer pressure, media awareness and other topics related to the high school experience. Grade 7’s who have taken the program find it’s a fun way to learn more about high school and gain confidence. Registration closes March 4, or until spaces are filled. For more information visit ywcavan.org/grade7register or CLICK HERE to join right away.
posted 8Feb2021: Click Here: Burnaby Baseball Association registration for the 2021 Spring Season is now open and we will be accepting registrations up until March 5th 2021. BBA offers baseball programs for children ages 4-18 of all abilities including Challenger, a division of BC Baseball that provides an opportunity for children with cognitive or physical disabilities.
New to Burnaby Baseball? Take advantage of Grassroots 5U registration is free and 7U registration is 50% off. It’s a great way to give baseball a try, stay active and meet the local kids in your neighbourhood.
posted 28Jan2021: Click Here: Burnaby Minor Lacrosse Registration Opens February 10, 2021. After not being able to offer minor box lacrosse in 2020 Burnaby Minor Lacrosse are working on the 2021 season and following the strict PHO regulations. Burnaby Minor Lacrosse will be running a skills and drills training season comprised of two weekly practices. Our format follows the rigid return to play policy that is required of all sports throughout Burnaby and British Columbia. At this point all sports do not have authorization to have practice scrimmages or full competition with in house games or against other clubs. The skills training will be run by certified coaches and your player peers, always following the Provincial viaSport return to play policies. We will be waiting for the LMMLC, BCLA, viaSport and ultimately the Provincial Health Authority to allow a return to competitive play before we can adjust our registration to include this. If competitive play begins (Phase 3 approval by PHO), additional fees will be collected. The additional fees will depend on the length of the competitive play season.