Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources and Information

Many services listed in our Community Recreation Database (Connect.ca) / NS Trails Guide have reduced hours or are currently closed to the public. We advise that you call ahead to confirm services / trails are open and available before attending in person.

Follow Public Health guidelines for the county you are in.  Always wear a mask in public, including outdoors where physical distancing cannot be maintained.

Please refer to http://novascotia.ca/coronavirus for more details.

Recreation OpportunityLocated In
*NEW* Shuffleboard, Windsor Recreation DepartmentWindsor
69 Cedar Centre, For Active Health and LivingWindsor
A for AdventureHalifax Regional Municipality
Active StartSpring Garden (Halifax Peninsula)
Annapolis Valley First Nation Health and Healing CentreAnnapolis Valley First Nation (Cambridge)
Avon Community Farmers' MarketWindsor
Biweekly Trail Hike for Seniors, Avondale TrailAvondale
Canadian Mental Health Association, Kings County BranchNew Minas
Caregiver/Child/Family Drop In Gym, Windsor Recreation DepartmentWindsor
Community Health Board, AnnapolisAnnapolis County
Community Health Board, Central KingsBerwick
Community Health Board, Kingston GreenwoodKingston (Kings Co.)
Community Health Board, West Hants/UniackeWest Hants
Community Health Board, Western KingsWestern Kings
Diabetes Canada, Nova Scotia DivisionHalifax Regional Municipality
Drop In Gym - Everyone Welcome, Windsor Recreation DepartmentWindsor
Fitness Programs, Affordable Fitness With Al MumfordKentville
FUNdamentalsNova Scotia
Girls Only Running Program, Kids' Run Club/Doctors Nova ScotiaNova Scotia
Glooscap First Nation Health and Healing CentreGlooscap First Nation / Pesikitk'
Hants County Seniors Safety AssociationWindsor
Hants Health & Wellness Team, Nova Scotia Health AuthorityWindsor
Holistic & Wellness FairGreenwich
Indoor Soccer (ages 3 - 4), Windsor Recreation DepartmentWindsor
Indoor Soccer (ages 5 - 6), Windsor Recreation DepartmentWindsor
Indoor Soccer (ages 7 and up), Windsor Recreation DepartmentWindsor
Indoor WalkingBerwick
Introduction to Broomball (Ages 4-9), Windsor Recreation DepartmentWindsor
Kids Run Club, Doctors Nova Scotia Healthy Tomorrow FoundationNova Scotia
Kinderskills, Acadia Kinesiology DepartmentWolfville
La Leche League-WindsorWindsor
Low Impact Exercise, Christian Fellowship CentreWilmot
Namaste EsperanzaWoodville (West Hants)
Nordic Pole Walking Nova Scotia, ...a better way to walk.Halifax Regional Municipality
Nutrition and Healthy Eating for Older Adults, Tips & Tricks WorkshopsWest Hants
Open Gym Nights, Municipality of Kings RecreationKings County (NS)
Pedometers for Loan, Annapolis Valley Regional LibraryAnnapolis Valley Region
Pumpkin Pacer 5K, Hantsport Harvest FestHantsport
Qigong, Avondale Community HallAvondale
Red Cross Babysitting Course (ages 11 and up), Windsor Recreation DepartmentWindsor
Run Nova ScotiaSpring Garden (Halifax Peninsula)
Tumble Tots (ages 18 months - 36 months with parents/caregivers), Windsor Recreation DepartmentWindsor
Tumblebugs (ages 3 - 5 yrs), Windsor Recreation DepartmentWindsor
Your Way to WellnessColdbrook
Youth Running Series, Run Nova ScotiaSpring Garden (Halifax Peninsula)