Whyte Ridge Baptist summer camp

Whyte Ridge Baptist Church Summer VBS Camp POWER UP is an exciting, action-packed week for children entering Kindergarten to Grade 5.

Registration is OPEN!
Date: August 26 – 30; 9 am to 12 pm
Location: 2405 McGillivray Blvd

This is a great opportunity to experience great games, crafts, activities and make lots of friends! Kids will be challenged to raise their game because knowing God and trusting in Jesus fills each of us with the Fruit of the Spirit! Questions? Contact Sheilla Taylor.

Mini Soccer in Whyte Ridge 2019: The Numbers

Apr 29th     First Day of Mini Soccer in 2019
+5 C         Temperature on the first day of soccer this year
311          Number of mini soccer players
32           Number of Teams
70           Number of dedicated coaches
800          Number of cones used on the fields by coaches
370          Number of size-three soccer balls donated by Tim Hortons
320          Number of pizza slices Calabria Pizza is donating for a Pizza Party
4            Number of amazingly organized and cheerful conveners
1            Number of equipment managers-in-training
2            Number of mini soccer directors
Infinite     The amount of fun being had by the children!

If you want to see these numbers in action, and if you want to witness the best free entertainment in the city, pull up a lawn chair and check out a mini soccer game.



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PAL55+: Older Adults, an invitation for you….

Do you like to enjoy outdoor activities? How about cycling some scenic routes in South Winnipeg with the Pembina Active Living (55+) cycling group, The PAL PEDALLERS? If you don’t have a bicycle, Yoga in the Park is for you or golf the fairways with the PAL (55+) golf group, PALPUTTERS. A new program, Urban Walking is being considered.

And once you are in great shape with energy to burn, circle your calendar and join us for our legendary PAL (55+) Annual Summer Picnic on August 20 from 11:30-3:00 at the St. Norbert Farmers’ Market. This free, intergenerational event is one way in which PAL (55+) reaches out to all ages of the community, with no obligation other than to enjoy the entertainment and food, shop for gently used bargains, meet friends, make new ones. You may not be able to resist purchasing a membership, as it will be apparent that it is one of the best bargains of all!

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Pickleball

Hello to Everyone in The Ridge!

I’m excited to let everyone know that we would love to see you out at the Community Centre this year to play pickleball.  We will be running pickleball at the club Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM, and Tuesdays from 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM, starting on June 3rd and running through to August 23rd.  

The drop-in fee is $5.00 for all ages (we’ll even loan you a ball and paddle), however, kids under 12 get to play for free when accompanied by an adult, so bring your family.

There are 3 outdoor courts available for this great sport, so get active and support your Community Centre at the same time!

Pickleball court at Whyte Ridge Club

For those who wants to know more about pickleball, we have compiled the rules here – http://whyteridge.ca/wp-cc/sports/pickleball/.

Curtis Rossow – President

Whyte Ridge scouts news

The 163rd Beaver Colony has been busy with youth-led adventures all year round! Ice fishing fun and making ice cream were favourites. Our Beavers love active, hands-on STEM learning like constructing then racing Beaver Buggies and paper airplanes. They have been building confidence while exploring nature through camping (fall, winter and spring time!), canoeing, snowshoeing, hiking and geocaching. Safety is important, so they made their own first-aid kits and learned about how to camp safely. You’re never too young to give back and our Beavers have volunteered with seniors with a game night. They have also been making new friends around the world with an international scout pen pan exchange. A lot of fun, friendship and adventures have been had this year and await us next year!

Scouter Tara Baxter Daeninck

City Hall invitation

This is an invitation exclusively for residents who live in the Waverley West Ward!!

Bring your family and join neighbours, friends and Councillor Janice Lukes for a tour of City Hall! Learn what City services are available to you, and how to ‘get action’ on important issues. Sit in the Council Chamber gallery and hear a brief presentation on important projects in our community!

DATE: Saturday, May 11th
TIME: 10:30 am – 1:30 pm
12:00 noon – Brief Presentation
LOCATION: City Hall, 510 Main St

  • Refreshments, music
  • Children’s colouring and craft station
  • Ample street and bike parking available

Due to space availability, this invitation is exclusively for residents in the Waverley West ward who live in: Neighbourhoods of Bridgwater (Forest, Lakes, Trails and Centre), South Pointe, Prairie Pointe, Linden Ridge, Whyte Ridge, University Heights, Waverley Heights, Fairfield Park and Richmond West.  Hope to see you there!

Fun weekend at the club

To sign up, please click the link below

RDT outdoor summer camp is back!

All prior years it has been a huge success, and now 3rd year in a row we are happy to have RDT in Whyte Ridge during summer.

Registration form and all additional information is available on RDT website –
http://rdtminisoccer.com/wp/summer-camp/

The RDT – Mini Soccer League Summer Camp is designed for soccer enthusiasts between the age of 7 – 12. We will focus on soccer but will also include a daily fitness component where children will work on their speed and agility to help fine tune their motor skills and overall fitness levels. Additionally, we will use a portions of each day to play a variety of low organized games to teach spatial awareness through other mediums while creating a fun atmosphere for your children.

You can drop off your children between 8:00 – 8:30 a.m. with pick up scheduled between 4:30 – 5:00 p.m.  Lunch break will be scheduled between noon and 1:00 p.m. All 5 days of the camp will take place at the Whyte Ridge Community Centre.

Date: August 19th – 23rd
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (early drop of starting at 8:00 a.m. and late pick up until 5:00 p.m.)
Location: Whyte Ridge Community Centre 170 Fleetwood Rd
Who: This camp will be available to kids between the age of 7 – 13.
Cost: $200 + GST = $210 total

Summer Camps at Engineering For Kids of Winnipeg

The Fun, Educational Summer Camp Your Child Is Bound to Enjoy!

2019 Summer Camps at Engineering For Kids

STEM with Us this Summer! The Fun, Educational Summer Camp Your Child Is Bound to Enjoy! Let your imagination run wild this summer with our STEM Summer Camps! Coding, MinecraftEDU, 3D Printing, Robotics, Junior Explorers, and much more!

Jump into 5 days of jam-packed adventure! EFK offers a diverse selection of themed camps to give your child the summer of a lifetime. Keep their growing minds engaged, even when schools out!

Find your inner engineer through innovation, collaboration, and play with EFK!

Register Today!

http://www.engineeringforkids.com/winnipeg

Juniors (Ages 4- 7)

Apprentice (Ages 8 – 14)

Programs schedule:

  • Early drop off: 8:00 am- 9:00 am
  • Morning: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Afternoon: 1:00 – 4:00 pm
  • Full Day: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Late pick up: 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
  • (Lunch Supervision from 12:00 – 1:00 pm)

Please pack water bottles and 100% NUT-FREE snacks and lunch.

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WRCC Landscaping Update

By Nick Barnes.

While I’ve not been officially on the Board for a few years now, there are a few landscaping projects that I wanted to get moving this year, and unfortunately we still don’t have a Site Development Director, so I’m jumping back in for a while. 

One project I’m hoping we can start is a new segment of tallgrass prairie on the site – likely the last.  It would extend from the butterfly garden east to the existing stretch of prairie along the east fence line, and surround the pathway and trio of interpretive signs that includes one describing tallgrass prairie.  I’m also hoping we can install some native flowering plants in the trailhead at the south east end of the site amongst the prairie grasses, as well as install 10-15 more native saplings along the north fence line.

I know there’re some folks out there that think the tall grass prairie looks a little scruffy, but hopefully most of those using the trail can appreciate how important it is to our natural history.  When we started to landscape the site in 2002 I really wanted to find ways to soften the long, linear, boxy look of our site and hide the fencing and adjacent buildings.  One way was to create the mound in the centre of the site to break up the site a little, and the other was to use native plants as a screen around the perimeter.

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