Adult / older adult programs

Participants in adult/older adult fitness program

Know before you go: registered programs

  • November 23: programs visible online
  • December 7: registration starts for all programs (except swimming)
  • December 14: swimming program registration

Strathcona County is making every effort to ensure you are safe while taking part in our recreation and culture programs. COVID-19 safety measures can vary by program area, so please make sure you are aware of your program's know before you go considerations before arriving at your class.

Last modified: Nov. 9, 2021, 1:16 p.m.

Strathcona County offers a selection of various adult recreation and culture programs, as well as specifically designed programs for individuals between the ages of 50-99 (or older!). Our older adult programs include a focus on low-impact activities with health-based/preventative fitness options.

Programs offered

Strathcona County adult programs are available in seasonal sessions throughout the year. All currently available adult/older adult programs are listed below.

Adult / older adult programs

Featured: adult skating programs

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Adult/teen learn to play hockey (16Y+)


Learn proper body control and positioning to improve your skating skills while developing hockey essentials including stick handling, puck control and shooting.


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Drop-in activities

We also offer drop-in activities at our various facilities year-round. Drop-in activities are included on the monthly pass, and can be viewed in our drop-in recreation calendar.


Know before you go

There are a few things you may want to know before taking part in Strathcona County adult/older adult programs and group fitness classes.

Know before you go: adult / older adult programs

Questions?
Evening and weekends: 780-416-3300
Weekdays: 780-467-2211
recreation@strathcona.ca

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Last updated: Wednesday, November 24, 2021
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