04 Feb 2016
- Last Updated on 04 February 2016
If you have never taken a yoga class with Andrea Robertson, she is known for tailoring her programs around the needs and goals of her individual students. She mentions on her About Page that her practice "continues to evolve by drawing inspiration from many different forms of yoga particularly Vinyasa, Hatha, Yin and Power. [...] Combining strength and power with softness and fluid motion in a creative flow wrapped together with a little yoga humor."
Andrea is currently looking for new students in three of her programs: Iron/Core Yoga (Monday and Wednesday), Yoga for Athletes (Monday and Wednesday), Core Yoga (Saturday).
29 Nov 2015
- Last Updated on 01 December 2015
OSCA is upgrading to a new online registration system, before registration begins for the Winter Session on Tuesday December 1st at 8PM. You may continue to register in person at 260 Sunnyside Ave and by phone at 613-247-4946. For instructions on how to set up an online account, please follow the guide below.
20 Jan 2016
- Last Updated on 20 January 2016
Do you need OSCA receipts from 2015 this tax season? While OSCA's new registration system will be used to register for all programs moving forward, you may still access receipts from 2015 and prior by logging into OSCA's legacy online registration system.
20 Jul 2015
- Last Updated on 23 July 2015
Cleaning out your closet? Want to send your old toys to a good home? After 4 is looking for hand-me-down toys, books, and craft supplies.
OSCA's After Care program runs from 3-6PM during the school year (except holidays) and provides activities for children in JK, SK, Grades 1 to 3, as well as Grades 4 to 6. Here are a few examples of toys, books, and craft materials that are always useful for our child care programs.
07 Jul 2015
- Last Updated on 07 July 2015
This Fall our JK/SK After 4 program will be moving to Southminster Church to accommodate the large number of children in the program. We will be using two rooms on the main floor and the outdoor play yard.
28 Nov 2014
- Last Updated on 28 November 2014
Are you having trouble staying motivated to meet your fitness goals? Maybe it's time for you to explore a boot camp. "Boot Camp" is a broad term used to describe group fitness classes that are designed to promote fitness goals, camaraderie, and team effort. A boot camp provides social support when you don't feel like exercising. You benefit from the instructor's expertise, who can offer immediate feedback, corrections, and modifications needed during the specific exercises. Boot camps are fun and motivate people to challenge themselves at least three times a week. There are three new early morning boot camps being offered at the Firehall. Grab a friend and sign up for all three classes.