Community Recreation & Wellness

It’s where you start.

Welcome to Northwood’s Community Recreation & Wellness program, an initiative geared toward today’s mature adults and their parents. Community Recreation & Wellness is your go-to source for leisure options, tips to help you live more, connections to resources and solutions to issues that concern you, your parents and even your children. Community Recreation & Wellness is built on four pillars: Get Doing, Get Learning, Get Involved and Get More.

Membership to Northwood’s Community Recreation & Wellness program is $20.00 per year and includes regular, free mail outs and exclusive access to lectures and other special one-time events. 

To get your membership or to renew, please stop by the Community Recreation & Wellness office.


Contact

Phone: 902-454-3351
Email: crec@nwood.ns.ca
download your application form.

To see a full listing of the Community Recreation & Wellness program and event offerings, please view the Program Guide.

Get Doing

Living more and doing more are about choices, making new friends and participating in new experiences. It’s all about attitude. Get active! Stay active! Live more!

  • Leisure options
  • Fitness & wellness
  • Signature events

Get Involved

Are you looking for new opportunities to connect with others? Do you have skills or ideas that you would like to share? Community Recreation & Wellness can be your link to your community and all of the possibilities that lay within.

  • Membership
  • Volunteerism

Get Learning

Explore new opportunities. Gain new insights. Community Recreation & Wellness opens the door to possibilities.

“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young” – Henry Ford.

  • Educational workshops
  • Personal development
  • Group and panel discussions

Get More

Not sure where to turn? Information and knowledge are key to making any informed decision, decisions that affect your life. Let Community Recreation & Wellness be your portal to information, community resources and connections. Let us take the guesswork out of where to start.

  • Community resources
  • Links to relevant information
  • Community partners