Not only does the Bold Center provide the facilities, programs, and services necessary to live a healthy active lifestyle, the Bold Center also has many complimentary amenities including free Wi-Fi, ATM machines, vending machines, and sitting areas.
Cenovus Child Mind Centre provides high quality care and programming for children aged 2-12 years old while parents use the fitness facilities or enjoy other activities at the Bold Center.
Designated for ages 2-12
*NEW Infant Care Program available for children aged 6 months to 2 years. Only 2 spots per hour, call 780-623-6365 to pre-register.*
*Parents/guardians utilizing the Child Mind services must stay on site at the Bold Center.
Begin the day, power up for a workout, replace a meal or enjoy a positive snack at the on-site Booster Juice. Savour the clean, crisp sweet fragrance of citrus fruits and nectar of the tropics to start with a world of freshness shimmering juices, wholesome veggies and brilliant fruit blends. Add scientifically advanced herbal additives and silky yogurt and you’ve got the Booster advantage.
Phone: (780) 623-6546
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Lac La Biche County Libraries have two locations, one in the hamlet of Lac La Biche located within the Bold Center facility, and the second in the hamlet of Plamondon located in Ecole Plamondon School. The Lac La Biche County Libraries are members of the Northern Lights Library System. Lac La Biche County Libraries are people focused, respectful, friendly, providing a service to all with excellence and accountability. Year-round they host reading programs and events for the whole family.
Please check out the libraries’ websites and Facebook page for more information regarding their services, programs and hours: Stuart McPherson Public Library (Lac La Biche); Lac La Biche County Libraries’ Facebook Page
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