Here at inRcity Ball we are creating a new faster, positionless game of basketball. With a 3 on 3 format it allows players to develop more creative individual skills and puts the ball in each player’s hands more often. Having no coaches or positions takes the pressure away from the players and allows freedom to try some things that are usually only seen in the driveway.
To go along with this play style we have downsized the courts to 50 feet long and 30 feet wide. We at inRcity feel that this will improve dribbling and passing skills along with speed and quicker reactions as the defense will have easier recovery and contest their opponents faster.
To add on to the smaller courts we have lowered the nets! The nets are adjustable from 7 feet to 10 feet with full 72 inch glass backboards! This will allow younger/smaller players to develop a proper shooting form and make it easier to score!
The average nba player height is 6 foot 7 and they play with 10 foot nets, so why do 9 year olds who are 4 feet shoot on the same nets? inRcity Ball will allow you to play the game like we watch on t.v! Dunking, ally-oops, controlled rebounding just like the pros!
In the end we at inRcity think the sport should be fun! We will do our very best to insure everyone is having fun at our facility. So come check us out!
Have fun, stay active and have fun playing basketball with no pressure to play a perfect game. Just keep smiling and play the game!
Community Living-South Muskoka, Depot Drive, Bracebridge, ON, Canada
WHAT IS OUR RESPONSIBILITY IN PROVIDING INFORMATION AROUND LIFE PLANNING?
A deeper practical understanding of the purpose and meaning of capacity and consent.
GUEST SPEAKER: DR. REBECCA VERHAEGHE, Hospice Palliative Care Physician and Teacher
Monday, September 18, 2017 7pm to 9pm
WILL YOU BE THERE TO HOLD MY HAND?
"A Palliative Care Continuum Using Healing Stories" An overview of palliative support from a personal experience as a Physician, son, friend and volunteer.
GUEST SPEAKER: DR. RICK IRVIN, Physician, winner of a Prime Minister's Volunteer Award for his inspiring work in Hospice Palliative care.
Monday, October 16, 2017 7pm to 9pm
To attend, please RSVP Hospice Muskoka, email@example.com or call 7056.646.1697
Free to the community
The event is taking place on Saturday September 23, 2016 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at theSutton Fire Hall - 37 Snooks Road, Sutton
The Open House is a Kick-off to Fire Prevention Week. This year Fire Prevention Week starts October 8th and ends on October 14th and the theme is Every Second Counts – Plan 2 Ways Out! This gives us the opportunity to educate the residents of Georgina on the speed of fire and the importance of having and practicing a home escape plan.
The open house is open to all of Georgina and will include:
Live Burn Demonstration @ 12:30pm
Firefighter Demonstration @ 10:30am
Free Pancake breakfast
Fire extinguisher training
Barrie Molson Centre, Bayview Drive, Barrie, ON, Canada
MBM Shows is proud to announce the 25th annual GoodLife Home & Lifestyle show at the Barrie Molson Centre, Sept 23 & 24, 2017. Meet exceptional and professional home, garden and lifestyle businesses and get great advice and amazing deals! Looking to get some holiday shopping done early? Not a problem! There are plenty of exciting products available from edibles to furniture and from clothing to candles! Admission is free, but non-perishable food donations are being accepted to support the Barrie Food Bank.
Saturday, September 23rd from 10am – 5pm
Sunday, September 24th from 10am – 3pm
Red Barn Event Centre, Simcoe County Road 27, Barrie, ON, Canada
Vendors, Agility, Disc, Musical Freestyle, fido fun course and lots of fun contests and activities! ( some activities have a fee)
Free Admission, in support of Barking 4 Boobies; profits are donated to the Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure
In partnership with Shoot Me Productions, and you, we are looking for schools/students/teachers to host a food drive and/or collect donations in support of Corus Feeds Kids and Food Banks throughout our communities.
In addition to helping your neighbours, you could win a FREE school dance, courtesy of Shoot Me Productions for the whole school!
All you need to do is fill out the form in the link above letting us know you’ll be a hosting a food drive for your local food bank between September 25th and November 1st!
No plans for hosting a food drive? Make the decision to host one now!
All schools that host students between Kindergarten and Grade 12 (Public and Catholic!) are more than welcome to enter for their chance to win!
6:30PM-8:00PMANAF Hall, 52 Morrow Rd, Barrie, ON
Do you or someone you know have osteoporosis or are at risk of breaking a bone? Want to learn how to keep your bones healthy?
Join us for a public information seminar on osteoporosis and fracture prevention with Dr. Adachi on Tuesday, September 27th at 6:30PM. ANAF Hall, 52 Morrow Rd, in Barrie, ON.
For more information and to R.S.V.P., please contact Rebecca Hyde at 705-728-9090 x47459 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre, Len Self Boulevard, Midland, ON, Canada
FEATURING KEYNOTE SPEAKER
The mastermind behind Col. Chris Hadfield’s
“Space Oddity” YouTube sensation.
As head of Toronto digital creative agency
launch*pad, Evan knows what it takes to thrive in
the Internet Era. In his talk, Evan draws upon his
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that rigidity can be the greatest barrier to success.
The City of Barrie: City Hall, Collier Street, Barrie, ON, Canada
On September 28th at 6pm in Barrie City Hall, Athena's Sexual Assault Counselling & Advocacy Centre will host its annual Take Back the Night rally and march. The event is a protest uniting women and children to demand an end to violence against women.
Take Back the Night is an international protest and direct action making visible and realizing the universal right of women to live without fear and violence. The strength of the event comes through the collective voices of women and children, taking action and refusing to accept violence as an inevitable part of our existence.
Kathy Willis, Executive Director of Huronia Transition Homes speaks to the need for community action stating that "Nineteen years ago our sexual assault centre began serving women, and the demand for our services is ever increasing. We must be outraged by the fact that one in four women, and one in two Indigenous women, will be sexually assaulted in their lifetimes. It is rape culture that makes this acceptable, and it is rape culture that must change!"
As a protest, Take Back the Night empowers women to claim their space and walk freely through the streets at night. The event is symbolic of women acting in solidarity, calling out for a world free from violence, and demanding social accountability for equality.
Take Back the Night also celebrates women's accomplishments and achievements.
This year's rally will feature a speech by Kathy Willis, along with snacks and refreshments. The march will be led by activist, performer and musician, Faith Nolan.
Event Date: September 28, 2017
Event Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Event Location: Barrie City Hall, Rotunda
Event Website: www.huroniatransitionhomes.ca
Event Cost: Free
The Department of the Creative Economy's Culture Branch is pleased to announce Barrie's 8th annual Culture Days, a Canada-wide celebration designed to catalyze and inspire public participation in arts and culture. Culture Days 2017 takes place from September 29 to October 1.
Culture Days is a collaborative pan-Canadian volunteer movement to raise the awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of all Canadians in the arts and cultural life of their communities. The first Culture Days was held in September 2010 in over 700 Canadian cities and towns and was a great success.
Barrie Culture Days offer a behind-the-scenes look at the arts through a variety of activities and programs. These initiatives promise to bring you a weekend of amazing cultural activities that will be sure to tantalize your taste buds, peak your creative interest, and expand your perception of the arts forever.
Barrie Chamber Of Commerce, Commerce Park Drive, Barrie, ON, Canada
Karl Baldauf, the Vice President, Policy & Government Relations of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, will be making a stop in Barrie at the Barrie Chamber offices on Friday, September 29th, 2017 at 2:00 pm. We are happy to invite all our members and other interested business owners in the community to attend this free event. Karl will be speaking about the potential impact of Bill 148, the independent financial study about that impact, and what the Ontario Chamber is doing to help protect Ontario businesses.
We hope you can join us for light refreshments as you learn more about the Barrie and Ontario Chambers' advocacy efforts for businesses.