COVID-19 Recreation Resources

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Current Regional Activities


 RDOS Recreation Related  Releases

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 Recreation and Programming Resources                     

  • Passes:  All customers who hold valid passes will received an extension to their pass equal to the duration of time that we are closed. No need to call unless you require a refund.
  • Facility Bookings: User groups and guests who have reservations at any of our recreation facilities in the  near future, will be contacted by a Facility Booking Clerk to disscuss the possibility of rescheduling, crediting, or refunding.

Online Programming:

  1. Get Bent Yoga and Sparkle Dance
  2. James Chicalo - personal motivator and fitness trainer 
  3. Get Jacked Fitness and Bootcamp
  4.  Mindful Movement with Marnie -  Contact Marnie  for more information.
  5. Choose to Move online exercices


Some great online tools

  1. Grist Mill  virtual field trips, 10am weekdays on their Facebook Page or afterwords on YouTube
  2. Canada's favorite tips and tools for active fun!  Download the app.
  3. Gluu Technology Centre - a not for profit group assisting Seniors figure out today's technology
  4.  Amazon is offering free access to audio books while schools and libraries are closed
  5. Telus Science World - Daily science experiments
  6. Download a free beginners gardening resource and learn when to plan what in your region
  7. Grokker - A fitness and yoga compilation of on-line classes and documentaries
  8. Active for Life - 49 fun physical activities for families 
  9. UNICEF has teamed up with the Parenting for Lifelong Health initiative to bring parents and caregivers a set of handy tips to help manage this new (temporary) normal
  10.  YMCA Early Years Group - Daily live reading, weekly crafts, exploration, adventures, and more

 Community Specific Information and Resources:


Skaha Matters - A monthly newsletter and resource,  and you can sign up for weekly good news stories -direct to your inbox.                                                                   


Local organizations and support groups

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Skaha Matters - A monthly newsletter and resource,  and you can sign up for weekly good news stories – direct to your inbox.

Local organizations and support groups

  • Helping Hand - is a non-profit organization supporting people with Emergency  Food Hampers. 

                      If you are in NEED of a hamper – leave a message at 250 486-2767

                      If you are able to DONATE nonperishable food items call 250 809-4496


  • Naramata Childhood Development Centre – Childcare options for essential service workers 
  • Naramata Old Age Pensioners – Naramata OAP can assist seniors in the community 
  • Naramata Community Church (Shared Ministry of the Anglican and United Church) – Rev. Sandra Stickney is offering Sunday Morning Worship over Zoom and is available by Phone  250-496-4293 or e-mail

     Sundays Mar 29, 2020 to May 3 09:50 AM. We’ll start at 10.00 AM.
    Join Zoom Meeting:  or phone in: +1 778 907 2071 Canada Meeting ID: 672 068 838

Okanagan Lake West / West Bench / Faulder:                                                                                                                                                                          

Penticton and South Okanagan local resources:
  • Foundry Penticton – Youth support services 12-24 years – mental health, counselling, primary care. 
  • Ooknakane Friendship Centre -  provides indigenous support to community members 
  • WorkBC -  Provides Employment Support
  • OneSky Community Resources – Offers a variety of programs to assist families including Counselling -pregnancy support - Abuse intervention - Child Care Resource and Referral(CCRR)
  • South Okanagan Women in Need Society (SOWINS) – “Our services are provided to individuals who have experienced, or who are at risk of experiencing violence or abuse in the South Okanagan (from Summerland to Osoyoos and from Naramata to Keremeos)”. 
  • South Okanagan Immigrant and Community Services – “provides a range of free services to all immigrants, temporary foreign workers, post-secondary international students, and refugees to assist in their integration”. 


Similkameen; Cawston / Keremeos - Rural / Hedley:                                                        



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