Whitewater paddle boarding! Yes, you read that correctly, all that this activity requires is a paddle-board and a paddle… and a helmet, and a safety vest, and coordination, and balance and super good upper and lower body strength! Phew, good thing that Jordan and Ryleigh are professional dancers! Once the participants are on the board, which is not as easy as it sounds, they will ride down the current of the river, surfing rapids, and dodging obstacles. Paddle boarding itself is a sport that is actually thousands of years old; it appeared sometime in the 16th Century, and there are examples of it being used in a number of countries as an early form of lifeguarding. Now, the paddle board is used for fishing, touring, doing yoga, and yes riding rivers!
Rileigh & Jordan went SUP’ing with https://ksf.ca/
Many local supermarkets and grocery stores offer services that teach locals and customers how to cook, bake, and prepare an assortment of meals. Cooking is not only essential to the livelihood of humans and to our survival, but it is an art, science, and a craft. Cooking is not a task that should be treated as a burden, but it should be treated as an event and should be celebrated. Recently, the Canada Food Guide has undergone an update, focusing on not only more healthy eating, but healthy eating habits. The Canada Food Guide encourages people to eat with others, cook more often, enjoy their food, and to take their time while eating!
Learn about the place where Jordan took us for a cooking lesson! http://centraleculinaire.ca/
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RYLEIGH is not your typical 13-year-old – she’s an old soul, and has an enormous collection of vintage vinyl and cassette tapes! A Mohawk from Kahnawake, she’s a determined and hardworking dancer and musician, who is constantly working on her craft. If dancing isn’t her superpower, then seeing the best qualities in all people sure is, as being positive is in her nature! Ryleigh is the clumsiest person she knows and can hardly go a day without falling down, but she always picks herself back up as she’s a firm believer in perseverance!
JORDAN CLARK is a dancer, actor, and professional ginger – self-proclaimed of course. Jordan is known for winning So You Think You Can Dance Canada Season 4, and for her role as Gisele on Family Channel’s The Next Step. Jordan’s hometown is Tottenham, Ontario. However, she spends most of her time in Los Angeles, California working on her career as an actor and choreographer, and the rest of her time is spent in Toronto. Jordan was not your typical teenager, and at the age of 17, she was already working on the set of Camp Rock 2 as a dancer.