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Culture, sports and recreation

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From yoga, circuit training to a sculpting or painting class, the CNIB Foundation's culture, sports and recreation programs provide you with opportunities to take part in a variety of creative classes, physical activities and excursions.

Sports and recreation

The Sports and Recreation program for adults ages 18+ provides a variety of physical activity options for blind and partially sighted participants in Regina, Saskatoon and surrounding areas.  Through out the year we will be offering classes such as Yoga, Circuit Training etc. 
Dates: TBA, will start up again in September
Locations: 
Regina – CNIB, 2160 Broad Street or alternate location
Saskatoon - TBA

Arts and culture night

Budding artists who are blind or partially sighted in Regina and Saskatoon join volunteers at a CNIB Centre for an evening of arts and crafts such as painting, sculpting and socializing. Art supplies are provided. 

Also included in this program are cultural experiences/activities which could include, learning a new instrument, taking a cooking class, taking in the symphony, going to a tactile art exhibit or a museum or going as a group to a musical performance. 

Dates: TBA, will start up again in September
Locations: 
Regina – CNIB, 2160 Broad Street or alternate location
Saskatoon - Grace-Westminster United Church (505 10th St. E)

Participate in our culture, sports and recreation program by contacting Ashley Hay (northern Saskatchewan) 306-374-4545 or email ashley.hay@cnib.ca and Ashley Nemeth for (southern Saskatchewan) 306-525-2571 or email  ashley.nemeth@cnib.ca.