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LEISURE AND CULTURE

Courses and Activities - Children


Aquatics


Recreational swimming

You can enjoy various recreational swimming periods in the City's aquatic centres.


Swimming Lessons - Aquadapt

These are one-on-one classes pairing a person with a disability with an experienced swim instructor.


Swimming Lessons - Parent and Tot 1 (ages 5 to 12 months)

This course is a half-hour of fun-filled learning experiences for parents with children ages 5 to 12 months (must be 5 months old before the start of the session. Proof of age is required upon registration). Parents and children learn how to be comfortable in the water through play, with the guidance of an instructor.


Swimming Lessons - Parent and Tot 2 (ages 12 to 24 months)

This course is a half-hour of fun-filled learning experiences for parents with children ages 12 to 24 months. Proof of age is required upon registration). Parents and children learn how to be comfortable in the water through play, with the guidance of an instructor.


Swimming Lessons - Private

This one-on-one course is for people of all ages who wish to improve their swimming skills. Every course is personalized according to the skills, strengths, and weaknesses of each swimmer, and lesson plans are adapted to foster progress and results.


Swimming Lessons - Stroke Improvement

This class focuses on the improvement of the four competitive strokes.


Swimming Lessons (1) - White

Minimum age suggested: 2 years

Course’s program:

  • Jump from the side with a bubble on, unassisted
  • Forward swimming for 12 m with a bubble on, arms with directional control
  • Blow bubbles while swimming with a bubble on
  • Swim for 2 m unassisted, face in the water
  • Back float with head support

Swimming Lessons (2) - Yellow

Course’s program:

  • Jump in, unassisted
  • Demonstrate a front and back glide
  • Swim for 12 m unassisted, no bubble, face in water
  • Front and back float unassisted (5 seconds)

Swimming Lessons (3) - Green

Course’s program:

  • Push off the wall, streamline with kick for 6 m
  • Swim front crawl for 12 m
  • Endurance swim for 24 m continuously
  • Backstroke kick for 12 m
  • Rolling floats (front to back, back to front)
  • Retrieve an item from the bottom of the pool

Swimming Lessons (4-5) - Red/Blue

This course offers both the Red and Blue levels.


Swimming Lessons (4) - Red

Course’s program:

  • Submerged push off into streamline kick (front)
  • Front crawl for 25 m with breathing to the side
  • Backstroke for 12 m
  • Backstroke kick for 25 m

Swimming Lessons (5) - Blue

Course’s program:

  • Push off the wall into streamline position (back)
  • Front crawl for 50 m
  • Backstroke for 25 m
  • Breaststroke kick for 25 m

Swimming Lessons (6-7-8) - Bronze/Silver/Gold

This course offers all three of the Bronze, Silver, and Gold levels.


Swimming Lessons (6-7) - Bronze/Silver

This course offers both the Bronze and Silver levels.


Swimming Lessons (6) - Bronze

Course’s program:

  • Push off the wall into streamline position (back)
  • Front crawl for 50 m
  • Backstroke for 50 m
  • Breaststroke kick for 50 m

Swimming Lessons (7-8) - Silver/Gold

This course offers both the Silver and Gold levels.


Swimming Lessons (7) - Silver

Course’s program:

  • Front crawl for 75 m
  • Backstroke for 75 m
  • Breaststroke for 75 m
  • Butterfly kick for 50 m
  • Introduction to butterfly arms
  • Introduction to flip turns

Swimming Lessons (8) - Gold

Course’s program:

  • Front crawl for 100 m
  • Breaststroke for 100 m
  • Backstroke for 100 m
  • Butterfly for 50 m


Arts and Culture


Ballet

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers ballet in Dorval.


TD Reading Club Special Event : Canadian Dance Party (presented by Funky Feet)

Wrap up your summer of Club activities and learn some multicultural folk dances in celebration of Canada’s diverse heritage.



Library


TD Reading Club Special Event : Canadian Dance Party (presented by Funky Feet)

Wrap up your summer of Club activities and learn some multicultural folk dances in celebration of Canada’s diverse heritage.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Canada in stitches! (presented by Dawn of Imagination)

You’ll have “sew” much fun stitching together these Canadian wildlife felt projects: an adorable owl or a cheeky raccoon!


TD Reading Club Workshop: Canadian Cupcakes (presented by Sweet Isabelle)

Create your own cupcake masterpieces, topped with maple leaves and other decorations.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Dinosaurs of Canada (presented by the Redpath Museum)

Uncover the dinosaurs that roamed Canada about 75 million years ago.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Discover Emily Carr (presented by Nous les arts)

Create your own work inspired by famous Canadian artist Emily Carr, who featured forests and First Nation totems in many of her paintings.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Discover Riopelle (presented by Nous les arts)

Discover Riopelle, an important Quebec artist and get inspired by his work to create your own masterpiece!


TD Reading Club Workshop: Espèces menacées du Québec (presented in French by the Ecomuseum Zoo)

Discover the reasons behind the decline of many species and learn about the rarer animals of Quebec.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Les mammouths et les mastodontes (presented in French by the Redpath Museum)

Participate in this workshop to learn more about prehistoric mammoths and mastodons.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Quebec’s Eco-system (presented by the Ecomuseum Zoo)

Discover the bonds that link Quebec’s fauna and meet the animals that reflect the diversity of our wildlife.



Sports


Baseball

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers baseball in Dorval.


Basketball

You can enjoy open activities, including basketball, in the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex gymnasium.


Bocce

Two non-lit bocce fields are located at the Jean-Paul Bernier Park.


Disc Golf

A 3-basket disc golf course is located at Windsor Park.


Figure skating

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers figure skating in Dorval.


Hockey

Here are the City's parter organisations that offer hockey in Dorval.


Pickleball

You can enjoy open activities, including pickleball, in the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex gymnasium.


Ringette

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers ringette in Dorval.


Soccer

Here are the City's parter organisations that offer soccer in Dorval.


Swim clubs

Here are swim clubs that partner with the City of Dorval.


Tennis

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers tennis in Dorval.


Volleyball

You can enjoy open activities, including voleyball, in the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex gymnasium.



Others


Astronomy

Here is the City's parter organisation that reunites astronomy enthousiasts.


Dorval Day Camp - Summer 2017

Dorval Day Camp for children ages 5 (completed kindergarten) to 12.


Outings for Children

Fun outings for children ages 6 to 11! We will be exploring the island of Montreal, using public transport with buses reserved only for us.


Stamp collecting

Here is the stamp club that operates in Dorval.


Surrey Kids Klub (SKK)

The SKK is an 8-week structured park program for children ages 6 to 11 who want to stay active and entertained over the summer, but who are not in need of a daycare.


SEARCH FOR COURSES AND ACTIVITIES




Registration to Courses and Activities
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LEISURE AND CULTURE

Courses and Activities - Children


Aquatics


Recreational swimming

You can enjoy various recreational swimming periods in the City's aquatic centres.


Swimming Lessons - Aquadapt

These are one-on-one classes pairing a person with a disability with an experienced swim instructor.


Swimming Lessons - Parent and Tot 1 (ages 5 to 12 months)

This course is a half-hour of fun-filled learning experiences for parents with children ages 5 to 12 months (must be 5 months old before the start of the session. Proof of age is required upon registration). Parents and children learn how to be comfortable in the water through play, with the guidance of an instructor.


Swimming Lessons - Parent and Tot 2 (ages 12 to 24 months)

This course is a half-hour of fun-filled learning experiences for parents with children ages 12 to 24 months. Proof of age is required upon registration). Parents and children learn how to be comfortable in the water through play, with the guidance of an instructor.


Swimming Lessons - Private

This one-on-one course is for people of all ages who wish to improve their swimming skills. Every course is personalized according to the skills, strengths, and weaknesses of each swimmer, and lesson plans are adapted to foster progress and results.


Swimming Lessons - Stroke Improvement

This class focuses on the improvement of the four competitive strokes.


Swimming Lessons (1) - White

Minimum age suggested: 2 years

Course’s program:

  • Jump from the side with a bubble on, unassisted
  • Forward swimming for 12 m with a bubble on, arms with directional control
  • Blow bubbles while swimming with a bubble on
  • Swim for 2 m unassisted, face in the water
  • Back float with head support

Swimming Lessons (2) - Yellow

Course’s program:

  • Jump in, unassisted
  • Demonstrate a front and back glide
  • Swim for 12 m unassisted, no bubble, face in water
  • Front and back float unassisted (5 seconds)

Swimming Lessons (3) - Green

Course’s program:

  • Push off the wall, streamline with kick for 6 m
  • Swim front crawl for 12 m
  • Endurance swim for 24 m continuously
  • Backstroke kick for 12 m
  • Rolling floats (front to back, back to front)
  • Retrieve an item from the bottom of the pool

Swimming Lessons (4-5) - Red/Blue

This course offers both the Red and Blue levels.


Swimming Lessons (4) - Red

Course’s program:

  • Submerged push off into streamline kick (front)
  • Front crawl for 25 m with breathing to the side
  • Backstroke for 12 m
  • Backstroke kick for 25 m

Swimming Lessons (5) - Blue

Course’s program:

  • Push off the wall into streamline position (back)
  • Front crawl for 50 m
  • Backstroke for 25 m
  • Breaststroke kick for 25 m

Swimming Lessons (6-7-8) - Bronze/Silver/Gold

This course offers all three of the Bronze, Silver, and Gold levels.


Swimming Lessons (6-7) - Bronze/Silver

This course offers both the Bronze and Silver levels.


Swimming Lessons (6) - Bronze

Course’s program:

  • Push off the wall into streamline position (back)
  • Front crawl for 50 m
  • Backstroke for 50 m
  • Breaststroke kick for 50 m

Swimming Lessons (7-8) - Silver/Gold

This course offers both the Silver and Gold levels.


Swimming Lessons (7) - Silver

Course’s program:

  • Front crawl for 75 m
  • Backstroke for 75 m
  • Breaststroke for 75 m
  • Butterfly kick for 50 m
  • Introduction to butterfly arms
  • Introduction to flip turns

Swimming Lessons (8) - Gold

Course’s program:

  • Front crawl for 100 m
  • Breaststroke for 100 m
  • Backstroke for 100 m
  • Butterfly for 50 m


Arts and Culture


Ballet

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers ballet in Dorval.


TD Reading Club Special Event : Canadian Dance Party (presented by Funky Feet)

Wrap up your summer of Club activities and learn some multicultural folk dances in celebration of Canada’s diverse heritage.



Library


TD Reading Club Special Event : Canadian Dance Party (presented by Funky Feet)

Wrap up your summer of Club activities and learn some multicultural folk dances in celebration of Canada’s diverse heritage.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Canada in stitches! (presented by Dawn of Imagination)

You’ll have “sew” much fun stitching together these Canadian wildlife felt projects: an adorable owl or a cheeky raccoon!


TD Reading Club Workshop: Canadian Cupcakes (presented by Sweet Isabelle)

Create your own cupcake masterpieces, topped with maple leaves and other decorations.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Dinosaurs of Canada (presented by the Redpath Museum)

Uncover the dinosaurs that roamed Canada about 75 million years ago.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Discover Emily Carr (presented by Nous les arts)

Create your own work inspired by famous Canadian artist Emily Carr, who featured forests and First Nation totems in many of her paintings.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Discover Riopelle (presented by Nous les arts)

Discover Riopelle, an important Quebec artist and get inspired by his work to create your own masterpiece!


TD Reading Club Workshop: Espèces menacées du Québec (presented in French by the Ecomuseum Zoo)

Discover the reasons behind the decline of many species and learn about the rarer animals of Quebec.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Les mammouths et les mastodontes (presented in French by the Redpath Museum)

Participate in this workshop to learn more about prehistoric mammoths and mastodons.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Quebec’s Eco-system (presented by the Ecomuseum Zoo)

Discover the bonds that link Quebec’s fauna and meet the animals that reflect the diversity of our wildlife.



Sports


Baseball

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers baseball in Dorval.


Basketball

You can enjoy open activities, including basketball, in the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex gymnasium.


Bocce

Two non-lit bocce fields are located at the Jean-Paul Bernier Park.


Disc Golf

A 3-basket disc golf course is located at Windsor Park.


Figure skating

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers figure skating in Dorval.


Hockey

Here are the City's parter organisations that offer hockey in Dorval.


Pickleball

You can enjoy open activities, including pickleball, in the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex gymnasium.


Ringette

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers ringette in Dorval.


Soccer

Here are the City's parter organisations that offer soccer in Dorval.


Swim clubs

Here are swim clubs that partner with the City of Dorval.


Tennis

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers tennis in Dorval.


Volleyball

You can enjoy open activities, including voleyball, in the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex gymnasium.



Others


Astronomy

Here is the City's parter organisation that reunites astronomy enthousiasts.


Dorval Day Camp - Summer 2017

Dorval Day Camp for children ages 5 (completed kindergarten) to 12.


Outings for Children

Fun outings for children ages 6 to 11! We will be exploring the island of Montreal, using public transport with buses reserved only for us.


Stamp collecting

Here is the stamp club that operates in Dorval.


Surrey Kids Klub (SKK)

The SKK is an 8-week structured park program for children ages 6 to 11 who want to stay active and entertained over the summer, but who are not in need of a daycare.


SEARCH FOR COURSES AND ACTIVITIES




Registration to Courses and Activities
Registration to Courses and Activities

Courses and Activities - Children


Aquatics


Recreational swimming

You can enjoy various recreational swimming periods in the City's aquatic centres.


Swimming Lessons - Aquadapt

These are one-on-one classes pairing a person with a disability with an experienced swim instructor.


Swimming Lessons - Parent and Tot 1 (ages 5 to 12 months)

This course is a half-hour of fun-filled learning experiences for parents with children ages 5 to 12 months (must be 5 months old before the start of the session. Proof of age is required upon registration). Parents and children learn how to be comfortable in the water through play, with the guidance of an instructor.


Swimming Lessons - Parent and Tot 2 (ages 12 to 24 months)

This course is a half-hour of fun-filled learning experiences for parents with children ages 12 to 24 months. Proof of age is required upon registration). Parents and children learn how to be comfortable in the water through play, with the guidance of an instructor.


Swimming Lessons - Private

This one-on-one course is for people of all ages who wish to improve their swimming skills. Every course is personalized according to the skills, strengths, and weaknesses of each swimmer, and lesson plans are adapted to foster progress and results.


Swimming Lessons - Stroke Improvement

This class focuses on the improvement of the four competitive strokes.


Swimming Lessons (1) - White

Minimum age suggested: 2 years

Course’s program:

  • Jump from the side with a bubble on, unassisted
  • Forward swimming for 12 m with a bubble on, arms with directional control
  • Blow bubbles while swimming with a bubble on
  • Swim for 2 m unassisted, face in the water
  • Back float with head support

Swimming Lessons (2) - Yellow

Course’s program:

  • Jump in, unassisted
  • Demonstrate a front and back glide
  • Swim for 12 m unassisted, no bubble, face in water
  • Front and back float unassisted (5 seconds)

Swimming Lessons (3) - Green

Course’s program:

  • Push off the wall, streamline with kick for 6 m
  • Swim front crawl for 12 m
  • Endurance swim for 24 m continuously
  • Backstroke kick for 12 m
  • Rolling floats (front to back, back to front)
  • Retrieve an item from the bottom of the pool

Swimming Lessons (4-5) - Red/Blue

This course offers both the Red and Blue levels.


Swimming Lessons (4) - Red

Course’s program:

  • Submerged push off into streamline kick (front)
  • Front crawl for 25 m with breathing to the side
  • Backstroke for 12 m
  • Backstroke kick for 25 m

Swimming Lessons (5) - Blue

Course’s program:

  • Push off the wall into streamline position (back)
  • Front crawl for 50 m
  • Backstroke for 25 m
  • Breaststroke kick for 25 m

Swimming Lessons (6-7-8) - Bronze/Silver/Gold

This course offers all three of the Bronze, Silver, and Gold levels.


Swimming Lessons (6-7) - Bronze/Silver

This course offers both the Bronze and Silver levels.


Swimming Lessons (6) - Bronze

Course’s program:

  • Push off the wall into streamline position (back)
  • Front crawl for 50 m
  • Backstroke for 50 m
  • Breaststroke kick for 50 m

Swimming Lessons (7-8) - Silver/Gold

This course offers both the Silver and Gold levels.


Swimming Lessons (7) - Silver

Course’s program:

  • Front crawl for 75 m
  • Backstroke for 75 m
  • Breaststroke for 75 m
  • Butterfly kick for 50 m
  • Introduction to butterfly arms
  • Introduction to flip turns

Swimming Lessons (8) - Gold

Course’s program:

  • Front crawl for 100 m
  • Breaststroke for 100 m
  • Backstroke for 100 m
  • Butterfly for 50 m


Arts and Culture


Ballet

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers ballet in Dorval.


TD Reading Club Special Event : Canadian Dance Party (presented by Funky Feet)

Wrap up your summer of Club activities and learn some multicultural folk dances in celebration of Canada’s diverse heritage.



Library


TD Reading Club Special Event : Canadian Dance Party (presented by Funky Feet)

Wrap up your summer of Club activities and learn some multicultural folk dances in celebration of Canada’s diverse heritage.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Canada in stitches! (presented by Dawn of Imagination)

You’ll have “sew” much fun stitching together these Canadian wildlife felt projects: an adorable owl or a cheeky raccoon!


TD Reading Club Workshop: Canadian Cupcakes (presented by Sweet Isabelle)

Create your own cupcake masterpieces, topped with maple leaves and other decorations.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Dinosaurs of Canada (presented by the Redpath Museum)

Uncover the dinosaurs that roamed Canada about 75 million years ago.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Discover Emily Carr (presented by Nous les arts)

Create your own work inspired by famous Canadian artist Emily Carr, who featured forests and First Nation totems in many of her paintings.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Discover Riopelle (presented by Nous les arts)

Discover Riopelle, an important Quebec artist and get inspired by his work to create your own masterpiece!


TD Reading Club Workshop: Espèces menacées du Québec (presented in French by the Ecomuseum Zoo)

Discover the reasons behind the decline of many species and learn about the rarer animals of Quebec.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Les mammouths et les mastodontes (presented in French by the Redpath Museum)

Participate in this workshop to learn more about prehistoric mammoths and mastodons.


TD Reading Club Workshop: Quebec’s Eco-system (presented by the Ecomuseum Zoo)

Discover the bonds that link Quebec’s fauna and meet the animals that reflect the diversity of our wildlife.



Sports


Baseball

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers baseball in Dorval.


Basketball

You can enjoy open activities, including basketball, in the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex gymnasium.


Bocce

Two non-lit bocce fields are located at the Jean-Paul Bernier Park.


Disc Golf

A 3-basket disc golf course is located at Windsor Park.


Figure skating

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers figure skating in Dorval.


Hockey

Here are the City's parter organisations that offer hockey in Dorval.


Pickleball

You can enjoy open activities, including pickleball, in the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex gymnasium.


Ringette

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers ringette in Dorval.


Soccer

Here are the City's parter organisations that offer soccer in Dorval.


Swim clubs

Here are swim clubs that partner with the City of Dorval.


Tennis

Here is the City's parter organisation that offers tennis in Dorval.


Volleyball

You can enjoy open activities, including voleyball, in the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex gymnasium.



Others


Astronomy

Here is the City's parter organisation that reunites astronomy enthousiasts.


Dorval Day Camp - Summer 2017

Dorval Day Camp for children ages 5 (completed kindergarten) to 12.


Outings for Children

Fun outings for children ages 6 to 11! We will be exploring the island of Montreal, using public transport with buses reserved only for us.


Stamp collecting

Here is the stamp club that operates in Dorval.


Surrey Kids Klub (SKK)

The SKK is an 8-week structured park program for children ages 6 to 11 who want to stay active and entertained over the summer, but who are not in need of a daycare.


SEARCH FOR COURSES AND ACTIVITIES




Registration to Courses and Activities
Registration to Courses and Activities
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