August 21, 2019

Community Programs

Lake Trail Community Education Society works with community partners and facilitators to offer educational, recreational and cultural programs for children, youth, adults and seniors at Lake Trail Community Middle School.  
Register for fall programming online through the program links below, or download the fall print program and drop off at the Lake Trail Community Middle School office.
 
Proceeds from registrations support the society in offering free after school programs for school youth!

Download the FALL 2019 Print Program

Fall 2019 Community Programming

'In the Know' Monthly Information Session

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Free to Attend.


‘In the Know’ is a monthly networking and information sharing session that provides parents and caregivers education on various child and youth mental wellness topics. Experts share what parent / caregivers really want to know.

Sessions are provided in a group webinar viewing format with opportunity for discussion.

September 17's video presentation is: "Erupting Angst: Understanding the collision between anger and aggression in the world of anxiety."

Webinar Topic Presenter: Dr. Vanessa Lapointe, Registered Psychologist

Please RSVP by email: wendy.safruik@familysmart.ca

www.familysmart.ca

FoodSafe Level 1

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Cost $80


Join LUSH Valley Food Action Society as they host Chef Gaetane Palardy to offer the one-day certification course for FOODSAFE Level 1.

Following the successful completion of the class, and a passing grade on the written exam, participants will receive a certificate attesting to their successful completion of the program.

Who should take FOODSAFE? - High school students looking to open doors in the food services industry and land summer jobs - Community volunteers assisting with food preparation or special events - Anyone who prepares food for friends and family - Food Industry workers - not just kitchen staff! - Residential home care and health care assistants.

Co-hosted by Lake Trail Community Education Society.

More Than a Red Door: Feng Shui for Outdoor Spaces

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10

6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Cost $15


It is almost autumn on Vancouver Island and gardeners will soon turn to books and seed catalogs to get their gardening 'fix'. While we can only dream of spring blossoms, now is a good time to think about what you can do to turn your outdoor living space into a peaceful oasis. Applying the most basic principles of feng shui can help you create garden spaces with positive and balanced energy.

Join LUSH Valley Food Action Society for an informative and engaging 90-minute mini-workshop on how you can not only create beautiful gardens but ones that will nurture your spirit and could change your life!

Special guest speaker Terri Perrin, Fine Art of Intention Feng Shui, will speak on the topic of More Than a Red Door: Feng Shui for Outdoor Spaces.

Co-hosted by Lake Trail Community Education Society.

'In the Know' Monthly Information Session

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Free to Attend.


‘In the Know’ is a monthly networking and information sharing session that provides parents and caregivers education on various child and youth mental wellness topics. Experts share what parent / caregivers really want to know.

Sessions are provided in a group webinar viewing format with opportunity for discussion.

Stay tuned for this months 'In the Know' topic.

www.familysmart.ca

Watershed 101 and Guided Walking Tour

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2

1:00 p.m. - Presentation

2:15 p.m to 4:00 p.m. - Guided Tour

Free to Attend.


The Connected by Water Team presents "Watershed 101", an engaging conversation about the Comox Lake Watershed - what is it and why is it important to our community. Learn about the history of the watershed, changes the watershed and is facing, and steps each of us can take to support watershed protection and water conservation in our community!

Following the presentation, join the Morrison Creek Streamkeepers on a guided walking tour of the Roy Morrison Park near Lake Trail Community Middle School. Dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as there are a few slopes and tree roots in Roy Morrison Park when starting the walk from the school.

Nutrition for The Family

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14

6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

By donation to LTCES.


Are you curious about nutrition for yourself and your family? Are you confused about the many nutrition messages that come to you day by day?

Please feel welcome to join Erin Roman, a Dietitian who loves to talk about food and how nutrition can support our bodies. Erin will provide an overview of nutrition, the physiology of how food breaks down in our body and how we can help ourselves and our families with energy and overall wellbeing. She will bring some easy and nutritious recipes and share tips on increasing nutrient-dense foods in our daily lives.

www.erinromanrd.ca

'In the Know' Monthly Information Session

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Free to Attend.


‘In the Know’ is a monthly networking and information sharing session that provides parents and caregivers education on various child and youth mental wellness topics. Experts share what parent / caregivers really want to know.

Sessions are provided in a group webinar viewing format with opportunity for discussion.

Stay tuned for this months 'In the Know' topic.

www.familysmart.ca

Watershed Mapping & Guided Walking Tour

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30

1:00 p.m. - Community Mapping

2:15 p.m to 4:00 p.m. - Guided Tour

Free to Attend.


Join the Connected by Water team in a fun and interactive community mapping project. Come find your place among the water systems in the Comox Valley, and be part of a discussion about why they're important to the past and future of our community.

Following the community mapping project, join the Morrison Creek Streamkeepers on a guided walking tour of the Roy Morrison Park near Lake Trail Community Middle School. Dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes as there are a few slopes and tree roots in Roy Morrison Park when starting the walk from the school.

'In the Know' Monthly Information Session

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Free to Attend.


‘In the Know’ is a monthly networking and information sharing session that provides parents and caregivers education on various child and youth mental wellness topics. Experts share what parent / caregivers really want to know.

Sessions are provided in a group webinar viewing format with opportunity for discussion.

Stay tuned for this months 'In the Know' topic.

www.familysmart.ca

LUSH Valley Programs

LUSH Valley Food Action Society is a partner organization focused on food security. They work to provide people with skills that enable them to choose, grow, and prepare healthy food.

Lake Trail Community Education Society is pleased to host many LUSH Valley programs at Lake Trail Community Middle School.