As stated by HRM by-laws, children must be 12 years old on or before July 1st in order to be left unsupervised at the club.. They otherwise must be supervised by an adult or baby sitter. If supervised by a sibling, that sibling MUST not be in programs without leaving the child the care of another child aged over 12.
FAMILY MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
Family is defined as a two parents or legal guardians and dependant children 20 years of age and under, living in the same house. A family membership entitles all members of the household to visit the club and use of facilities (beach and recreational swimming) when no lessons are held. Also, use of the recreational canoes in the evenings, weekend and holidays. Please note that this fee does not include paddling or swimming programs.
SINGLE MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
This membership is open to those 12 or over (by July 1st of current year) and gives the individual an opportunity to enjoy the facilities at Abenaki, including the beach and after hours boating.
SENIOR MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
Are you a senior 65 years and over who lives in the neighbourhood and would like to enjoy the beach and lake in the evenings and weekends? Well- you can! Just pay your year of birth! Example- if you were born in 1947, you pay $47.00. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to sign up!
Each family membership will include 3 day passes. Each single membership will include 1 day pass.
These passes will be available at the canteen during the day, and lifeguards during the evening and weekends. Names of the member as well as name of the visitor must be written on the passes and handed in. IF A MEMBER CHOOSES TO NOT SIGN IN A VISITOR PROPERLY, ABENAKI IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THAT VISITOR IN ANY WAY. THE MEMBER WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR INJURY OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT.
Additional day passes can be purchased for $20 for a family or $10 for individual. No visitor shall be permitted more than 7 times per season. There will be no day passes sold to anyone who is not accompanied by a member.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Our goal is to give each and every member a wonderful experience at our club where they feel safe and respected. This should be a fun and exciting summer for everyone!
All children involved in any of our programs will agree to the following rules:
CLUB RULES AND EQUIPMENT DAMAGE POLICY
Participants are advised that all the equipment used is VERY expensive to purchase and repair. Club rules are posted and have been devised to limit the abuse that the boats and paddles can suffer. Strict adherence to these rules shall be followed at all times and those who show deliberate mistreatment of equipment will be dealt with by the club management.
All paddlers, regardless of swimming badge, must pass the club swim test before being allowed to go beyond the swim dock
Babysitting - 2019
For posting your information for babysitting opportunities for summer 2019, please email email@example.com.