Adult Programs

Grange Hill East Neighbourhood Group Adult Programs are free of charge and run on a weekly drop in basis. 

Should program cancellations occur (e.g. severe weather), updates will be posted on Facebook Grange Hill East NG
For more information, please email info@gheng.ca or call (519) 836-92427.

Coffee and Tea with Cass and B

Come out to chat with Cass and B in a welcoming atmosphere. Cassandra is our Parent Outreach Worker, and Bronwen is our Neighbourhood Support Worker. Learn more about the Neighbourhood Group including programs, offerings and community resources. Feel free to come with questions, ideas, or no agenda at all. 

Please stay for a snack and a hot drink so we can connect with each other.  Children are welcome, though they must be supervised by their parents/guardians. 

Details for Coffee and Tea with Cass and B

When: March 12 and 19; and every Tuesday in April. 

Time: 11 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Location and Parking

Location: Ken Danby School Community Room, 525 Grange Road. The community room entrance is on the right hand side of the school as you are facing it. 

Parking: Please park in the lot or along the street in approved parking only. 

Questions: Contact Bronwen at info@gheng.ca or 519-820-9576

Zumba

Time: 6:00 p.m. (Doors open at 5:30 p.m.)
Dates: Mondays. Present until June 2022.
Location: Trinity United Church, 400 Stevenson St. North, Guelph.
Special Directions: Enter back entrance through parking lot. Look for the Zumba sign. Masks required for entrance and exit.
Cost: Free
What to bring: Running shoes and a water bottle
Language: You don’t need to know English to participate. Follow along with Wendelin’s clear gestures.

Description

Lace up those running shoes and join Wendelin (and her many followers) for her free Zumba class on Monday evening. You don’t  have to have any experience to participate in this high energy workout disguised as a dance party. Groove to Latin, international, and popular music. All ages are welcome, but parent/guardians must comply with the rules and regulations (link) for those under 18. Classes will NOT run on school holidays. 

These sessions are organized through the Guelph Community Health Centre (GCHC). Should maximum capacity be reached, priority will be given to GCHC’s priority populations. 

Contact

Contact: 519-821-6638 x 268 or visit the Guelph Community Health Centre’s website.

Additional information

These sessions are organized through the Guelph Community Health Centre (GCHC). Should maximum capacity be reached, priority will be given to GCHC’s priority populations.