COVID 19 Update
The Twin Lakes Community Association runs community-based programming, and is committed to the health and safety of our participants, and their families. We have been monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and related actions surrounding it, this situation is rapidly changing so please continue to check your email, our website or facebook changes for updates.
Recital – Due to the ban on gatherings in excess of 250 people put out by the provincial government, the Cheer and Dance recital has been cancelled. An email was sent to all participants with details on participating in a socially distanced recital to allow the athletes to showcase their skills and hard work.
Cheer / Dance – The last 2 weeks of classes have been cancelled.
Adult Programming – ALL adult recreational programs are now cancelled until further notice.
Spring Programs – It is unknown at this time if spring programming will proceed, as we rely on our local schools as venues. Please watch for emails or check the Facebook page for updates. Registration is still open, and refunds will be provided if classes are cancelled.
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To enrich the lives of Twin Lakes residents and strengthen the sense of community through affordable programming and community based events.
What We Do
Twin Lakes has well-developed parks in Rochdale, Maple Ridge and Lakewood subdivisions. It includes four elementary schools, the Northwest Leisure Centre, local shopping and services that are provided on Rochdale Boulevard and the nearby Sherwood shopping Centre.
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