Summer 2021 Programs

Registration for our Summer 2021 programs opens at 12 p.m. on May 31, 2021.

Please note that due to the current COVID-19 situation, our program offerings and registration dates for some programs may change. We will continue to provide updates based on information from the BC PHO.

The UNA is committed to providing programs to help connect and support our community. We take careful considerations following BC Recreation and Parks Association, WorkSafe BC and BC provincial government guidelines in creating new protocols to be able to approach our programming safely

Our Programs

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Special Programs

Some of our programs have shifted to booking based registration during COVID-19. During this time, these bookable programs will not display in the regular programs section on this page. Please follow the links bellow to register for these special programs:

  • One-on-one Computer Help: Register Online
    To register for a time to receive free one-one-one computer help, please follow these steps:

    1. Start by opening the link to online registration
    2. Log in to your UNA Account
    3. Navigate to the “Healthy Seniors, Resilient Community” section
    4. Select an available session and follow the on screen instructions to register.
  • Sport Bookings: Register Online
    To register for a sport booking, please follow these steps:

    • Start by opening the link to online registration
    • Log in to your UNA Account
    • Select an available session and follow the on screen instructions to register.

Need help? Send us an email at support@myuna.ca.

 


UNA Initiatives

The University Neighbourhoods Association creates initiatives based on prominent community needs. Each initiative includes a combination of programs and events with a common core purpose. Learn more about some of the initiatives we are currently running:

  • Weaving Wellness
    A Mental Health Initiative

    • Looking after your wellbeing is more important than ever. Weaving Wellness is a new UNA initiative that aims to make mental health resources more accessible to the community. Weaving Wellness offers a variety of webinars, programs and resources whether you’re just starting to learn more about mental health, wanting improve your general wellbeing, or looking to find ways to cope with life’s challenges.
    • Learn More: myuna.ca/weaving-wellness
  • Healthy Seniors, Resilient Community
    A Seniors Wellness Initiative

    • The Healthy Seniors, Resilient Community initiative seeks to support seniors in our community during COVID-19 through free virtual digital literacy, wellness and social programs. This initiative has been made possible by the New Horizons for Seniors Program from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).
    • Learn More: myuna.ca/healthy-seniors-resilient-community/
  • Get Active!
    A Physical Literacy for Women Initiative

    • Get Active! is a program that teaches women how to be physically active. Fewer women than men are getting the recommended amount of physical activity. This gender gap can be due to unique barriers a woman faces, such as family commitments or missing out on learning fundamentals of physical literacy at an early age. This initiative aims to reduce psychological, social, cultural and financial barriers to participation. Build physical literacy and confidence in trying new fitness activities with Get Active!.
    • Learn More: myuna.ca/get-active

 


Recreation Policies

Code of Conduct
Our goal is to provide a safe, welcoming and respectful environment for our community members, staff and volunteers. All members and participants are expected to:

  • Treat each other with respect, courtesy, fairness and equality
  • Respect everyone regardless of diversity or ability
  • Use the facility and equipment in a safe and appropriate way

Registration, Fees and Resident Discount

  • Registration is required for most classes.
  • Registration is on a first come, first served basis.
  • Individuals living in the UNA neighbourhoods are eligible to receive a Resident Discount on most programs.
  • UBC staff/student/faculty (including their children) and UTown@UBC Community Service Card Holders are also eligible to receive a Resident Discount.
  • We encourage everyone to register early to avoid programs being cancelled due to insufficient registration.
  • A late pick-up fee of $10 for every 5 minutes following the end of the camp or program time may be charged.
  • Drop-in classes: Drop-in fees must be paid before each class and the receipt must be provided to the instructor.

 

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