Activities & Clubs

The PLDCA started over 50 yrs ago to ‘promote sports and community’. While team sports such as soccer are now run out of other facilities, we have some great fitness and mind enhancing classes available at the hall.

Exercise Classes

Exercise class on Tuesdays at 1pm is fabulous for over 55 year olds’, or any age looking for greater strength, flexibility and gentle fitness. Instructor will individualize activity as needed for each participant. Equipment such as dumbbells and resistance bands are supplied. A coffee session afterward completes a great afternoon. First class free then just $4.

Aikido Club
The Aikido Club runs classes on Tues & Thurs 7 pm and Sunday 10.30 am. For fitness, fun and self defence. Taught by Dr. Fred Haynes, 7th Dan Shihan and Jim Kightley Sensei, 4th Dan. Ages 14 and up.
Drop in in loose clothes and try a fun free class to see if it is for you.

Restorative Yoga Classes for All with Tara Crouse

Restoratives basically set the whole body up for deep healing, growth and repair! This type of yoga helps to kick in the relaxation response, balancing the nervous system and optimizing energy flow to the organs as it lifts immune function and enhance the process of digestion.  A unique class which combines various props (bolsters, blankets, blocks, etc.) to support your body in various poses.  Each class will combine breath work and meditation with the postures.

Asanas, band conditioning, pranayama, hot rocks, essential oil, and restorative postures..Nurture your well-being!

  • Mondays 10:30am – 11:40am
  • Fridays 9 – 10:10am

Pickle Ball

Everyone is welcome for $4 drop-in Pickle ball on Thursdays at 1-3pm.

Yin Yoga

Drop-in Yin Yoga on Wednesday evenings –  7pm – 9pm, taught by Carly Forrest.

Garden Group

A keen garden group is working to make the grounds beautiful all year round. If you are interested in joining the group, email Graham Walker at:

Hall Maintenance Group

The success of the hall maintenance group in keeping the hall updated and
growing friendships among them is the catalyst for this initiative. The volunteer hall maintenance group is a vital hub of activity and a source of community connections. If you would like to help out, please contact the hall manager.