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    Health

    CRPCN Update: On the COVID front, Vaccines have arrived again and we are waiting to hear from Alberta health who will be included in Phase 1B and when it will start. Likely the site for Vaccines will be Chestermere Health Center (Kinniburgh).

    With the increase concerns of the COVID variants, Chestermere remains on enhanced measures with 42 active cases of COVID 19 in our community (at time of print). Please stay strong to your safe practises and wash hands, social distance and wear masks. With the hope of new measures of opening restaurants, pubs and cafes, children’s sports and performance activities and indoor fitness on February 8th, please refer to alberta.ca for specifics.

    Exciting news for CRPCN, we have a new office in town! Reflections Clinic will be our new home base including all our support professionals. Stay tuned for more information over the coming weeks.

    The Chestermere Mental Health Coalition has moved the Wellness Challenge to March 1st- 30th. Here is a chance to gather a team up to 4 people and work on your 5’s: your sleep, eats, movement, relationships and work/play. Great pre-recorded speakers to listen to at your leisure in the comfort of your own home, as well as makes little changes to balance your lifestyle while in your bubble.
    Please go to yoursynergy.ca under wellness support to find out more.

    What’s Happening in Chestermere

    Camp Chestermere – is taking bookings for their Day and overnight camps now. Visit their website at: www.campchestermere.com Camp Chestermere is such an integral part of Chestermere’s fabric for many years. Please know they are available for rentals for meetings, as they have space to social distance.

    Chestermere Coalition for Seniors

    Meets every 3rd Wednesday of the month. The next meeting is March 17th at 1:30 via zoom. Please email Leslie leslie.racz@crpcn.ca if you would like to attend.

    The coalition is also looking for seniors who want to have a voice in Chestermere, please join us and have your say.
    Seniors Tele Conference Thursday 25 February 10:30 – 11:30am
    Topic – “How to cook a healthy and budget conscious meal – demonstration”. Our guest presenter is Laurie Dunn who is the Manager of Calgary Yacht Club and President of the Chestermere Food Bank. Laurie is also known as the reluctant cater, who is absolutely amazing by the way!
    If you would like to register, please contact smatthewman@chestermere.ca or call 403 – 804 – 0817 with your preference for joining.

    Chestermere Seniors Resource Handbook – Please let us know if you are wanting the new handbook delivered to your door by emailing us as well, otherwise pick one up at Chestermere Library, Synergy, any Pharmacy or Dr’s office in Chestermere.

    Seniors Week June 1-7, 2021
    Showing appreciation for our seniors’ contributions to our community (Please watch this space for regular updates or https://www.chestermere.ca/seniors

    Armchair Travel
    Armchair Travel is one of the most wonderful ways to look into our fantastic, vast world and learn as much as our hearts desire. We can travel to some of our favourite places without leaving home. Through videos, pod casts, books and music and numerous other ways, we can go to places we have never seen, or only ever dreamed of. This way of travelling is a delightful pastime and is good for the imagination and soul. This form of travel at it’s best, makes us want to go and see for ourselves. After all we are curious individuals and have a thirst for knowledge!
    Enjoy sensory and magical experiences as we travel back in time or across the globe, take a trip down memory lane and many more exhilarating moments that will make you smile and fulfill your heart.
    Ready? Let’s explore Sweden, a Nordic country in Northern Europe, bordering Norway to the West and Finland to the Northeast. Sweden’s geographical location makes it prone to cold and dark winters. In some of the most northern parts of the country above the Arctic Circle, you might get as little as three hours of sunlight per day. Although Winter can be tough, Summer certainly makes up for this as daylight hours are long and the warmer temperatures, make Sweden one of the most beautiful places to be in during May to August. The challenges and ever-changing beauty of the seasons, are for you to explore.
    To prepare for our trip, please follow the steps for a relaxing journey. Step 1 – Pour yourself a cup of tea or your favourite tipple, Step 2- kick off your shoes, Step 3 – pull up a comfy chair, ready? let’s go!
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    Living with the Dark Winters in Sweden | Midnight sun & Polar night https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zTR4ayDG38 14:24
    Sweden Beautiful Nature – Stockholm, Ristafallet Waterfall with Relaxing Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmyIxu39JJE 23:34
    Have a wonderful week,
    Leslie & Sharron