Delta Hospital Auxiliary Lifeline Program presents Tai Chi in the Park on Sunday, Sept. 19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ladner’s Memorial Park.
This community event will feature talented Tai Chi instructor, Colin Tsang, and great prize giveaways.
The event focus is to align with September’s National Arthritis Awareness Month and connect a fun, low impact activity for Delta residents of all ages.
Tsang, who has also instructed at KinVillage in Tsawwassen, will offer three Tai Chi class times at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and noon in limited class sizes, introducing the fundamentals in learning the art of Tai Chi fluidity. To deliver a safe environment for all event attendees, the event requires pre-registration and full vaccination to participate.
Tai Chi in the Park is a free sponsored activity for the communities of Ladner, Tsawwassen, and North Delta.
Cathy Bayley, president of the Delta Hospital Auxiliary Society and Delta Auxiliary Lifeline Program Coordinator Brian Stewart said the Auxiliary is very enthusiastic to sponsor this Tai Chi event for local residents.
It’s a great way to engage the communities of Ladner, Tsawwassen, and North Delta in a fun health activity while socializing and socially distancing outside, they remarked, adding that they forward to seeing many of Delta residents and their families at Memorial Park.
Pre-registration can be easily completed by phone, email, or event registration form. Community members can contact the Delta Hospital Auxiliary Lifeline Program by call/text to 236-885-1875, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or use the registration link their Facebook or Instagram pages.The Lifeline Program is a unit of the Delta Hospital Auxiliary Society, with Lifeline proceeds going back into the community for the care and comfort of patients at Delta Hospital. This program has been helping Delta residents keep their independence at home with personal help alert devices since 1991, marking this year the Delta Auxiliary Lifeline Program’s 30th year milestone.