Kids Activities in Langford


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  • Sidney's Star Cinema
    Eschewing the impersonal aura often present in chain movie theatres, Sidney's Star Cinema remains a steadfastly independent, community-driven outpost for viewing films. A new lineup of moving pictures is presented weekly and includes offerings to sate all manner of cinematic tastes, from blockbuster action flicks to independent documentaries to filmed performances of Russia’s Bolshoi Ballet. The theatre has shown its commitment to the community by starting a film society, which brings movie buffs together for discussion-filled meetings. While the theatre's projectionists currently operate one digital projector, they have recently embarked on an initiative to raise funds for a second projector to keep the first one from getting too lonely.
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    9842 Third Street
    Sidney, BC CA
  • Connect and Ride
    Nestled in the rolling hills outside Saanich, Connect and Ride's horseback-riding facility sits in the center of a pastoral wonderland. A rustic red farmhouse serves as a gathering point for horses and their caretakers, while an enclosed outdoor riding area hosts Western and English-style riding lessons. To train more advanced riders and their horses, staff members bring out jump fences and other obstacles. Instructors also lead multiple-hour horseback-rides along cool, wooded trails that sometimes end with a swim at a nearby lake.
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    4986 West Saanich Rd
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Braefoot Community Association
    The Braefoot Community Association was created to enrich its community with sports and recreational activities. Each of their programs is designed to help kids develop social and physical skills while encouraging healthy lifestyle habits and instilling in them an eagerness to remain active instead of imitating plastic-molded mannequins. Kids aged 16 months to 12 years can undergo non-competitive instruction in roller hockey, soccer, basketball, baseball, and tennis, and owners of fancy feet can take pre-professional and children's level dance instruction with the Westcoast Academy of Performing Arts. During the summer, a slew of camps keep children occupied and involved, teaching kids kayaking or biking basics, or helping them hone their soccer or hockey skills. The organization’s multi-use facility also has grounds for the Lakehill Soccer Association and the Saanich Lacrosse Association to play on and is working toward expanding their activities to include adult programs.
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    1359 McKenzie Avenue
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Saanich Commonwealth Place
    Saanich Commonwealth Place folds nicely into the District of Saanich Parks and Recreation Department's luxurious recreational centres, which together create a well-rounded outlet for creative and physical activity. Each is unique in its own way, with Pearkes boasting 31,000 square feet of ice rink for skaters and Gordon Head's UV-filtered pools hosting hundreds of thousands of laps swum. Galleries exhibit local artists at the Cedar Hill Arts Centre, and the accompanying recreation centre’s badminton, volleyball, and table tennis have seen more volleys than Tom Hanks at the Castaway reunion. Regardless of its defining feature, each centre seeks to bring the community together with enlightening and enriching fitness and arts programs.
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    4636 Elk Lake Dr
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Greater Victoria Velodrome Association
    Promoting vigorous exercise and exciting competition, the Greater Victoria Velodrome Association welcomes cyclists of all ages and ability levels to its outdoor velodrome—a banked cycling track—at the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre. There, the team introduces novices to the sport through clinics surveying the mechanics of navigating the track and offering advanced tips, such as techniques for passing other racers and avoiding banana peels' explosive stems. After completing lessons, students may participate in the regular racing events on Monday and Thursday evenings.
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    1767 Island Hwy
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Freedom Equestrian
    Freedom Equestrian's head instructor Chelsea refers to herself as an equestrian connection specialist. She fosters the relationship between human an animal, helping them to work together more than teaching the human to ride and the horse to carry. She boasts eight years of experience teaching both English and Western saddle riding, as well as the advantage of an awe-inspiring British Columbian forest as a backdrop during classes.
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    4986 West Saanich Road
    Victoria, BC CA

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