October 10-12 - Thanksgiving Weekend - No Rec Classes
November 11-14 - Remembrance Day Long Weekend - No Rec Classes
December 6 - Recreational Mini Show (Times for each group to be determined)
December 7 - Winter 2020 Session Registration Opens
Winter 2021 Session Class Dates
February 13-19 - Mid-Winter Break - No Rec Classes
April 2-9 - Easter Break - No Rec Classes
Spring 2020 Session Classes
May 7-9 - Provincial Championships 2021 - hosted by Yorkton Springers Gymnastics Club
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. I have two kids registered in different programs. Will I be required to meet fundraising committments for both?
A. No. Fundraising requirements are based on per FAMILY.
Q. What should my child wear?
A. Recrational athletes are not required to wear a bodysuit, but can choose to do so. As long as their movement is not restricted by clothing, they have bare feet and their hair is tied back away from their face, they will be ready to be active!
Q. Do I have to pay for classes all at once?
A. No. We have a flexible payment program. We ask that cheques are post-dated for the 1st or the 15th of the month and that payment is made in full by November 1st in the Fall Session or March 1st in the Winter Session.
Q. What if my child does not like gymnastics and refuses to participate?
A. Refunds will be pro-rated and provided after the 3rd class. If your child attends 4 classes, no refund will be provided. The Gymnastics Saskatchewan/Gym Canada insurance fee is non-refundable.
Q. Can I stay and watch my child's class?
A. While we have an open door policy in conjunction with Canada's Safe Sport Framework, our lobby area can get congested. Parents with children in Kindergym 3-5 can stay and watch in the lobby, but we would kindly ask that you leave the coaching to the coaches.