Active Living Guide
The Guide is the single best resource for information about recreational programs in Prince George. The Guide is produced twice a year and includes information about programming in City facilities like arenas and pools as well as programs delivered by Community Associations.
Stay up-to-date on the latest Active Living Guide and Market developments by subscribing to News and Notices. Be sure to select the "Active Living Guide and Market" category to receive notifications by email.
The 2018 Spring and Summer edition of the Active Living Guide is now available online. Hard copies may also be picked at City Hall's Service Centre, the Four Seasons Leisure Pool, and the Prince George Aquatic Centre.
The Active Living Guide includes a list of local clubs and organisations in addition to information about Prince George's Community Associations. Learn more about these groups and the services they provide.
Register for Active Living Guide Programs
- Visit the City Hall Service Centre, Four Seasons Leisure Pool, or the Prince George Aquatic Centre.
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Fall 2018 Active Living Market
LOCATION: 3055 Massey Drive (Pine Centre Mall)
EVENT DATE: September 8-9, 2018
The Active Living Market coincides with the publication of the Active Living Guide and is held twice a year at the Pine Centre Mall. The Fall 2018 Active Living market will take place September 8 and September 9 and feature booths from the following vendors:
- Aurora Navy League
- BC Wheelchair Sports
- Black Diamond Youth Bowling
- Cantata Singers
- Chito Ryu Karate
- District 57 Tapestry Singers
- Jobs Daughters
- Kaiten Mixed Martial Arts
- Long & McQuade
- Nechako Lanes
- North Central Badminton
- Northern Sports Centre
- Northern United Football
- PG Figure Skating
- PG Minor Basketball
- PG Minor Football
- PG Ringette
- PG Senior Activity Centre
- PG Ski Club
- Pisces Swim Club
- SilverTip Archers
- Special Olympics
- Two Rivers Gallery
- Water Lilies Synchro Swim
Hosting a Booth at the Active Living Market
Find out how to register for a booth at the next Active Living Market in 2019. Please note all organisations registering must be recreational in nature.
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Advertising in the Active Living Guide
Advertising in the Active Living Guide grants exposure to a large local audience. The Guide's reach is extended in the following ways:
- Nearly twenty-five thousand (25,000) hard copies distributed.
- Thousands of downloads and views from the City of Prince George's website.
- Direct links through social media channels.
For more information on advertising in the next Active Living Guide, contact Marta Gregor:
Registration for advertising opportunities for the Fall 2018 Active Living Guide is now closed.
Sizes and Prices for Fall 2018
Inside front and back covers (8” x 10.5”)
(These are reserved ads and may not be available to book)
|Interior full page (7.25” x 9.5”)||$960.00||$678.00|
|Half page (7.25” x 4.625”)||$480.00||$339.00|
|Quarter page (3.5” x 4.625”)||$240.00||$170.00|
|One-eighth page (3.25” x 2.1875”)||$119.00||$84.00|
* Discount rate is available for not-for-profit groups, charitable organisations, registered societies organising leisure opportunities, or community services that do not charge admissions and/or have no intention of making personal financial gains.
Ad Submission Guidelines and Deadlines
- Ads must be submitted in electronic form (by email or, if in person, through a USB drive).
- Ads must be sized correctly at 300 dpi resolution.
- Ads may use one spot colour, but must otherwise be in black and white. Cyan may be converted to the chosen spot colour.
- Text must be converted to curves.
- Ads must be submitted in one of the following file formats:
Organisations and clubs may also request to be included in the Community Contact List in the Active Living guide.
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Other Advertising Opportunities
More advertising opportunities are available through the City of Prince George's School Break Programs flyer and e-Newsletter. Visit the School Break Programs page for information on how to advertise in the publication that lists special events and activities available to youth on their Non-Instructional Days and seasonal school breaks.
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