Local Programs.

We have some fantastic opportunities to share with you! We’d like to emphasize that while we are excited to share these possibilities, the Ridgeway PAC has no connections with any of the groups or businesses mentioned, and we do not endorse any business or opportunity. Therefore, we urge you to conduct thorough research and evaluations to ensure that any opportunities you pursue align with your family’s values and requirements. Nonetheless, we encourage you to explore these links and connect with your local community.

For art & sport programming across North Vancouver for individual and team sport opportunities.

Education, support and counselling services for individuals, parents, families & youth.

Programs and services for children, youth, families and seniors including outreach here at Ridgeway for after-school programming & community support.

Local library offering programs & events for school-aged kids.

Children from families who demonstrate financial need can receive up to $300 per sport session and up to $600 annually from Jumpstart. These funds can be used to offset the costs associated with Registration and/or Equipment. Funds are sent directly to the service provider and registration for the sport/activity is the responsibility of the family.

Handouts from the Saleema Noon Sexual Health Educators here. Saleema Noon educators usually come to Ridgeway and conduct sessions for all grades, every two years. These sessions are funded by Ridgeway PAC.

List of Vancouver Coastal Health recommended books about puberty and sexual health, for different age groups from preschool to parents here.

Looking for more fun community based activities? Check out some community After School programs or Summer Camps here.