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Babysitters Safety

Alberta Safety Council Babysitters’ Course is offered to children 12 years of age and older. The course runs annually in February for 8 weeks. Local experts are utilized as guest instructors. 

 

Hanna Youth Dances

The Hanna and District Youth Club sponsors a youth dance four times a year.

Community Centre (503 5th Avenue West)
Gr. K to 9  7:00 pm to 10:00 pm for $5.00
Concession Available! Chaperones are needed! To Chaperone please contact the Town Office.

Please view the Community Event Calendar for coming dances.

Movie Night

Family friendly and affordable movie pre-releases are shown on the big screen at the Community Centre for
only $4.00 per person or $15.00 for a family of 4.
There is a concession which sells a movie package for $2.00!
Doors open: 6:45 pm    Show:7:00 pm
For more information contact the Hanna & District Youth Group.

Check the Community Event Calendar for movie titles and dates.

    Teen Fair

    TEEN ACTIVITY FAIR
    Next date is 2021     

    The Hanna & District Youth Club and Hanna FCSS organize the Hanna Teen Fair every second year to provide young people with a fun filled day of healthy experiences that the community has to offer.  Students in grades 7 – 12 from Hanna and area are encouraged to come and participate – free of charge.

    Youth are encouraged to come and try different activities such as rock climbing, zorb balls, ride in a plane, go to the gun range and so much more.  People representing RCMP, Alberta Health Services Addictions, Hanna Fire Department, FCSS, REACH, The Rod & Gun Club, Hanna Flying Association, 4-H, Kayaking Club, Hanna Cruisers, Hanna Library and many more are just some of the examples of organizations available to talk to teens about what they do.  The day usually wraps up with a Much Music Video Dance.

    Boredom Busters

    When school is closed due to holiday or Professional Development, Boredom Busters is often available to children fro Kindergarten to Grade 6. (K-6) at the Centennial Place. Children enjoy afternoons of games, crafts, visitors, activities and a healthy snack. The fun is supervised by experienced leaders who are trained in HIGH FIVE®and First Aid.Seasonal fun, playing with friends and reasonable cost – usually $5-$10.

    For children in Grades K-6 from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm at Centennial Place and cost is ONLY $5!

    Register in advance at Centennial Place as spaces are limited.

    Please view the Community Event Calendar for scheduled days and themes.

    Early Years Fair

    Do you have questions about your child’s development? Would you like to have your child’s vision or hearing screened? Wondering if your child is walking and talking like the other kids his/her age? Attend the Early Years Fair in the Spring or each year to learn about your child’s development and the programs and services available to families in Hanna. The Fair is targeted to families with children ages 0 to 5 years.

    Epic Adventures

    June 4, 2020 Update

    Town of Hanna Community Services/FCSS has been providing quality children and youth programs for many years. This summer we are faced with a new challenge and decided to reach out to the community for some input on what YOU would like to see! 

    Please complete the following form by the end of the day June 10 so we can plan accordingly.  

    Facility: Centennial Place
    Address: 501B 3rd Street West
    Phone: 403-854-4700
    Times: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Drop Off: 8:30 am to 9:00 am   Pick Up: 4:00 pm to 4:30 pm
    Lunch hour supervision is provided.

    EPIC Adventures begins July and ends August

    Summer holidays can be a blast for your child when they are signed up with Epic Adventures! This fun and economical program seeks excitement every themed week; whether it be science experiments, sports, theatre, visiting many of the parks around town, swimming, games and crafts, welcoming visiting instructors or field trips, our campers encounter new challenges daily. Our leaders are Caring Adults, often post-secondary, with experience and enthusiasm, which is a perfect fit for all children that come through our doors. The Town of Hanna has embraced High Five®, Canada’s only Quality Assurance Framework designed to support the safety, well-being and healthy development of children aged 6 -12 in recreation and sport programs. All staff are provided training in High Five® ‘Principles of Healthy Child Development’ and First Aid.

    By April, the program brochure is available for families to view on our website, along with registration forms. Pre-registration is recommended. Centennial Place is the location of the program and where you may register in person with cash, cheque, and debit available as payment methods.

    Payment plans can be arranged and financial assistance may be available through the Hanna Community Youth Fund. Contact the Community Services Programmer at the Town Office with any questions or concerns.