Recreation Group During Covid-19
|Record #: MWH0267||Last Modified: 07 May 2020||Last Full Update: 07 May 2020|
|Public Bulletin||'Stay the Blazes Home' 14-Day Challenge!|
|Located In||West Hants|
|Areas Served||Annapolis County ; Annapolis Royal ; Annapolis Valley First Nation (Cambridge) ; Berwick ; Bridgetown ; Burlington (Kings Co.) ; Cambridge (Kings Co.) ; Canning ; Coldbrook ; Digby (Town) ; Digby County ; Glooscap First Nation / Pesikitk' ; Greenwood (Kings County) ; Hampton (Annapolis Co.) ; Hantsport ; Kentville ; Kings County (NS) ; Kingsport ; Lawrencetown (Annapolis Co.) ; Middleton (Annapolis Co.) ; New Minas ; Nictaux ; North Kentville ; Port Williams ; Wolfville|
|Contact||Bekah Craik, Active Living Coordinator, West Hants Regional Municipality|
|Alternate Contact||Julie Brown, Administrative Assistant, West Hants Regional Municipality|
|Description & Services|
|Information||We know during these times everyone is looking for ways to be active, engage with others and try new things!
This Facebook group has been set up by recreation staff across the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia as a place to share resources and help motivate each other to stay active in these challenging times!
Feel free to try our ideas, share your ideas, show us what you're doing and add your friends!
Ages: 110 year(s) and under
|Tags||Annapolis Valley Connect ; COVID- Activities for Kids and Families ; COVID- Activities for Seniors ; COVID- Best Practices for Rec ; COVID- Online fitness/physical activities ; COVID- Stay active Outdoors ; Recreation Categories|