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Square Dancing for the whole family
We provide the opportunity for persons of all ages, alone or as couples to learn and dance International Modern Square Dancing. The atmosphere is relaxed, non-critical, and focused entirely on having fun. If you like challenges, the more advanced levels of square dancing can provide that too....
1974 City Lane Beaconsfield, Quebec
We are a comprehensive club with programs ranging from developmental youth to competitive senior mens and womens teams. Member athletes are aged 8 and older.
11 13e Rue Roxboro, QC H8Y 1L3
Adult (Category II) Synchronized skating team. We are looking to expand to the West Island, and open up the sport to the region.
West Islands #1 football association since 1960
5060 Boul des Sources,
Pierrefond H8Y 3K5
$100 + 100 minutes coaching = 100 days of fun
We are located at 17 Lanthier. Go south on Cartier and turn
right at the 1st turn (Lanthier) at the the Curling club, we are next door to the curling club. Drop by anytime
We are a sports club. Our members range in age from 20's to their 90's. We have social bowlers, and competitive bowlers. We have Provincial champions, Canadian Champions and a member of the Canadian team amongst our members. We are a non profit club and we are all volunteer.
We dance at The Red Barn
20609 Lakeshore Drive
FREE CLOG DANCING CLASSES Clog dancing is an American folk dance from the region of the Appalachian Mountains. Its roots are from the traditional step dances brought to the New World by European settlers. It can be considered a cross between tap dance, square dance and Irish step dancing....
PO Box 46043
The West Island Lakers Basketball Association (WILBA) is a non-profit organization which was started in the 1960's. Membership has grown to over 900 members, starting at pre-novice (6 years of age), up through juvenile (18 years of age). The association offers an excellent house league as...
Bowling league that consists of 20 teams of 4, for a total of 80 members. We Bowl at Bowl-O-Drome every second Friday at 8:00 PM
P.O. Box 1242
Non-profit organization dedicated to the the preservation and promotion of the needle arts. We meet regularly in Pointe-Claire (Stewart Hall Cultural Centre and Centre Noël Legault) from September through June. We offer classes, a lecture series, as well as other events of interest to...
Beaconsfield High School
We meet twice weekly Tue & Fri 8-10:30 PM at Beaconsfield High School for friendly badminton games, for teens >14 yrs and adults. The gym has six courts. We are always welcoming new members. For more information, see our website. Our 2009-10 season starts Fri September 11.