The Town of Okotoks Community Programs offers a wide range of education, recreation, creative, cultural and leisure learning programs for all demographic groups. Programs and activities are listed seasonally in the Okotoks Community Guide which is distributed on the second Wednesday in March, August & December. Registrations begin the following day.
Programs offered through the Town of Okotoks can also be found in the FCEC (Foothills Continuing Education Council) Guide distributed in August & December.
Highlights of our programs include:
Parent & Tot
Programs for Preschoolers, Youth & Adults
Sports and Fitness Class
Events and Activities
Year Round Daycamps
Community Programs develops a periodic newsletter that provides up to date information please email email@example.com if you are interested in receiving this via email.
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The Benefits of “Recreation” based Community Programs
The Town of Okotoks Community Programs offers many programs that promote physical recreation, sports, fitness, social recreation, arts culture & therapeutic recreation.
Recreation and active living are essential to Personal Health. They help people live longer adding up to two years to life expectancy.
Recreation is a key to balanced Human development – helping individuals reach for their potential. It is essential to the development of our children & youth, they learn motor and social skills through play and sports.
Recreation and Parks are essential to Quality of Life; building strong families and healthy communities.
Subsidized Fee Rates
Okotoks Healthy Family Resource Centre (OHFRC)
OHFRC administers a fee assistance program for families who might not be able to pay to register in a program offered by the Town of Okotoks. If you or someone you know would benefit from fee assistance please contact the Okotoks Healthy Family Resource Centre by calling 403 995 2626 or by visiting their website at www.ohfrc.org/.
Subsidy for Stay at Home Parents
Did you know that the Alberta Government has introduced a subsidy program for stay at home parents. This subsidy is for children who are under the age of 6 years and registered in approved recreation programs. The Town of Okotoks has all of its present parent and tot and preschool programs, including swimming lessons, approved. To find out if your family qualifies for the Subsidy for Stay at Home Parents visit the Child and Family Services website at www.centralalbertacfsa.gov.ab.ca/home/.