Active At Home: Neighbourhood association and community programs

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Huron Community Association

Check out these free tutorials from the Huron Community Association:

  • DIY Watercolour Flower Painting: Watch paper come to life through this tranquil watercolour painting. Follow along to create your own masterpiece.
  • Watercolour Painting Tutorial: Join artist Candice Leyland for a tutorial on watercolour painting as she paints a landscape from the beautiful Huron Natural Area.
  • Flow Yoga: Join instructor Candice Fedy in a combination of yoga-pilates and gentle yoga for full body movement and exercise.

Stay tuned to the Huron Community Association Facebook page for new content.

Stanley Park Community Association

The Stanley Park Community Association is offering a selection of free and paid online programs, including line dancing, boot camp and scrapbooking. Supplies for each workshop will be dropped off to participant's house through contactless delivery if applicable. These classes require registration.

Classes will begin Monday, May 11th. Find out more on the Stanley Park Community Association registration page.

Plus, stay tuned to the Stanley Park Community Association Facebook page for weekly online community initiatives:

  • Monday Motivation
  • Teachable Tuesdays
  • Warm Fuzzies Wednesdays
  • Together Thursdays
  • Silly Saturdays
  • Scrumptious Sundays

Williamsburg Community Association

The Williamsburg Community Association is offering paid online classes for the very first time to help keep the community engaged and active while at home. These classes require registration.

Classes will begin Monday May 4th and will run for 8 weeks using Google Meet. Find out more on the Williamsburg Community Association programs page.

For free tutorials and workshops, visit the Williamsburg Community Association Facebook page.

COVID-19: Ask Our Experts Community Talks

In the wake of COVID-19, many in our community are overwhelmed with questions and uncertainty about the pandemic and its effects on our well-being, health and economy. University of Waterloo experts are here to share their knowledge and answer questions from our community.

View the University of Waterloo's online free community talks, where Waterloo researchers share information and answer community question on important COVID-19 topics. Find out more on the University of Waterloo Community Talks page.

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