Drop In Sport/Gymnasium Jul-Aug 2019 Schedule 

Badminton 11Y+Sunday 3-6pm
Ball Hockey 19Y+Thursday 7:30-9:15pm
*No taped and/or wooden blades permitted
Basketball

Mon/Wed.Thurs 11Y+ 5:30-7:30pm

Friday 11Y+ 7:30-9:15pm

Saturday 11Y+ 5-6pm

Sunday 16Y+ 6-7:45pm

Multisport 11Y+

Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday 12-1pm

Mon-Fri 3-5pm
Friday 7:30-9:15pm

Pickleball 11Y+

Monday/Friday 12-2pm

Tuesday 7:30-9:15pm

Saturday 12:30-3:30pm

VolleyballAll levels  - Recreational Play. Check-in with staff or volunteer leader.
Monday 19Y+ 7:30-9:15pm
Wednesday 16Y+ 7:30-9:15pm
Youth Gym 11-18Y

Friday 7:30-9:15pm

Saturday 6-7:45pm

Youth Soccer 11-18YFriday 6-7:30pm
Stay & Play 0-5Y

Saturday 9-11am
Active, unfacilitated play and/or participate in arts station.

Only $1/child

Parent & Child Mini Gym 0-5Y

Monday/Wednesday 10-11:30am
Active, unfacilitated play

Only $1/child

 

Download Apr-Aug 2019 Schedule

FAQ's and Reminders

Drop-in sessions allow participants opportunity for positive enjoyment and lifelong participation in sports and fitness. All levels of skills & abilities are welcome and encouraged to adapt and play together. The community centre is inclusive and you are asked to follow rules of fair play, safety, respect, courtesy and tolerance from all. Individuals with inappropriate behaviour (ie: put downs & name calling, intimidation, aggressiveness) is not accepted.

How Do I Sign Up For Drop In Sessions?

Sign-in at front desk for all sessions. There is a maximum capacity and sessions open 15 minutes before on a first come first serve basis. There is no early reservation and you must be in attendance to sign yourself in.  Your spot is not guaranteed.

Is There a Leader/ Supervisor/ Coach of The Programs?

Sessions are unsupervised and require you to follow facility rules and etiquette.

Where Do We Get Equipment From and Who Sets It Up?

Participants must set-up, take down and return equipment to storage room. Customer Service staff will give key access to the group upon program start time. Please note the FAQ below of programs where you must bring your own equipment.

Are There Programs Where I Must Bring My Own Equipment?

Bring your own equipment for: Pickleball paddles & balls, badminton racquets & birdies, basketballs, floor hockey stick (no taped/wooden blades.

 

What Is Appropriate Attire for Drop In Sport Programs?

Appropriate athletic attire and safety gear for your sport. Only dry, clean non-marking running shoes permitted.

Can I Bring Food or Drinks Into the Gym?

No food allowed in gym or fitness areas. Water bottle only.

How Do I Volunteer?

Do you like interacting with people? Call us to enquire how to become a sport leader and share the love of your sport with others. Become a Sport Volunteer Leader, introduce and welcome new players, help assist in game rotation and team set-ups. Contact Jackie at jsenchyna@pittmeadows.bc.ca

Sport Specific Reminders
Ball Hockey

Bring composite sticks. (Taped and wooden blades leave marks/residue) Wear protective gear. Goalies, please contact Chris at csabbe@pittmeadows.ca

Pickleball

Social recreational program for all skill levels and abilities welcome.  Participants are to follow etiquette of game play and player rotation between multiple courts.

Volleyball

A popular night of fun, active-paced, player motivating recreational round-robin-style of volleyball games.  All skill levels welcome.  All players to understand the game, rules and integrate into a cooperative & safe level of play.  Games and skills can be fast moving, but hard hits or league level of play is not expected. No referees, fair play expected. New players, please check in with Staff or Volunteer leader.

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