All Côte Saint-Luc recreation programming, team sport activities, and practices will be suspended beginning Thursday, October 8 until Wednesday, October 28, inclusively. This is in accordance with the updated guidelines set by the Quebec Government.    

The Parks and Recreation Department continues to offer online fitness and leisure programs.   

For more information, see Changes to Recreation programming in October due to Quebec government updates. 

Courses and sports

Outdoor Children’s Sports

T-ball, soccer, intercommunity baseball, street hockey

Aquatics: Lifeguard Training

Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross and National Lifeguard

Art and Leisure for Children

This musical program of songs, bouncing, rhymes, clapping, finger plays, puppets, etc.

Fitness

Essentrics, boot camp, zumba, cardio, stretching, toning, kickboxing, etc.

Côte Saint-Luc Figure Skating Club

Programs for children ages 3.5 to 12.

Aquatics: Children’s Group Lessons

Courses for children aged 0 to 13 years old, from baby swim to Red Cross, level 10

Aquatics: Swim Teams

For information regarding all swim teams, see: SwimTeamCoteSaintLucAquatics.com

Teens

Babysitting workshop and new Stay Safe! program

Art and Creative Arts

Collage art workshop, painting, writing workshop

Mini R.E.C.

Provides creative programming for young children

Aquatics: Adult Group Lessons

For those who cannot swim on their own or with some stroke skill and technique.

Aqua Fitness

Shallow water aqua fitness, deep water aqua fitness, and aqua-arthritis

Zen Fitness

Tai chi, yoga, PiYO, mindfulness and meditation

Minor Hockey Association

Independent association that organizes hockey programs for Côte Saint-Luc residents

Zoom

From yoga to kickboxing and creative arts, the Parks and Recreation department is now offering remote courses on Zoom.
Zoom is a video conferencing software that allows people to have face to face meetings with many people online. It is free and easy to access.

How do I join an activity on zoom?

  1. Click on the Zoom link provided by Parks and Recreation
  2. Your computer or phone will ask you to download the Zoom App. Download the app.
  3. If you want, you can create a free account but you don’t have to see access the link.
  4. A screen will appear. When the activity is about to start, if you have your meeting ID #, click ‘Join Meeting’. If not, visit your zoom link again. 
  5. Allow Zoom to access your computer or your phone’s camera and audio. You can also click ‘Join with Video’. If you are shy or taking class in your pyjamas, click ‘Join without Video’. Success! You are in your class zoom session!