Building Community Together
James Bay Community Project is a non-profit community organization helping seniors, youth and families by providing counselling services, community support and volunteer services. JBCP has several tenants providing services to the community: Whiteye Community Healthcare Centre, LifeLabs, HerWay Home, and other independent providers of health services.
JBCP is closed Monday, November 12 for Remembrance Day. We’re open again Tuesday, November 13 at 8am.
**Reminder** Chair Yoga continues
Mondays @1:30 pm
Chair yoga is ideal for seniors, pregnant women and anyone lacking the balance or physical strength to tolerate a traditional yoga class. Music will be used and the tone of the class is fun and somewhat social, making it great for people in need of connection and not ideal for people who are sensitive to sound.
Chair yoga is an adaptation of regular yoga in which exercises are done while sitting or holding onto a chair. By providing extra stability, the chair reduces anxiety and makes yoga a safe exercise for most older adults.
Uplifting music is incorporated into the class to create a fun and relaxing atmosphere for people to move in and socializing is encouraged. While balancing an individual’s physical, mental and emotional health, chair yoga increases strength, flexibility and concentration along with many other health benefits.
This class will be limited to 15 participants. As this is not a program that requires registration, to be sure of a spot/chair, early arrival is the best approach.
October 15 – December 10, 2018
$5.00 Drop-in fee
Free for JBCP and CCV volunteers
2018 Volunteer Fair
JBCP Coordinator of Volunteers and Community Programs, Kristyn Laver, spoke to UVic students and others interested in volunteering at the Oct. 4 Volunteer Fair at the UVic SUB.
Have you seen our little children’s garden bench?
Lovingly made by one of our generous volunteers who donated his time and materials to make a bench for our children’s playground and garden.
It has been missing from our Family Centre playground since the end of August 2018 (along with some Little Tykes plastic play equipment).
Please contact us at 250-388-7844 Ext 313 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have seen it. We would love to have it returned! Thank you.
JBCP accepts a generous gift from Coast Capital James Bay
James Bay Program Updates and Events Calendar
New Program Calendars: Family Centre CalendarNOVEMBER 2018 FAMILY CENTRE PROGRAMS and Community Calendar November 2018 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Thursday November 15, 2018
- Creative Play Drop-In
9:00 – 11:15 am
- Reiki Treatments
9:45 am -12:00 pm
Phone 250-388-7844 ext. 0 to book a half hour session
$5 Per appointment (free for JBCP and CCV volunteers)
- Macular Degeneration and Low Vision Support Group
10:00 -11:30 am
- Baby Group
12:30 -2:00 pm
Registration required No Cost
Phone 250-388-7844 ext. 313
- Seniors Social Connections
1:00 – 3:00 pm
Contact Susanne 250-388-7844 x 310
- HerWay Home Drop-In
3:00 – 5:00 pm
Please call 250-519-3681 for more information
7:30 – 8:30 pm
Call John 250-920-2095 for more information
Open the calendar to see all the upcoming courses and events for seniors, youth, families and other community members at James Bay Community Project.
JBCP Referral Form
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From our clients
As a result of the program I have met other parents and made good friends in the neighbourhood. It’s an excellent resource for parents.