Instructions

 
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Your input is very important to the successful completion of the Township of Zorra Recreation, Arts and Culture Master Plan! The information you provide in this survey will contribute to a greater understanding of local leisure participation and priorities.
 
Should you have any questions, please direct your inquiries to Stephanie Starchuck, Recreation & Facilities Program Coordinator by e-mail (sstarchuck@zorra.on.ca) or by phone (519-617-7977). To submit any comments to be considered as a part of the Recreation, Arts and Culture Master Plan to racmp@zorra.on.ca.
Instructions:

• The Online Survey will be active until the end of the month and should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
• Please note that only one (1) submission per household is permitted. You are encouraged to include all members of your household while answering the questions.
• Complete as many of the questions as you can, but do not feel obligated to respond to questions that you are unsure or uncomfortable about.
• All individual responses will be kept confidential and will be reproduced in summary form only.

Definitions:

Parks and Recreation Activities - includes a broad range of indoor and outdoor active and passive leisure activities that can be pursued on an individual basis or as a group, for reasons such as improving physical well-being, developing skills, training, competing, or socializing with others. Activities may include, but not be limited to, walking or hiking along a trail or in a park, soccer, baseball, basketball, hockey, ice skating, nature enjoyment, picnicking, swimming, using a splash pad, using playground equipment, fishing, cycling, skateboarding, curling, tennis, playing outdoors, sitting in a park, pickleball, and more.

Arts and Cultural Activities - includes a broad range of arts, cultural, and heritage activities that centre around artistic talent, expression, built and natural heritage, museums and archives, libraries, events, and festivals. Activities may include, but not be limited to, painting, creating sculptures, singing, dancing, theatre, drama, arts and crafts, attending a cultural or heritage event, visiting a museum or historical site, using the library, visiting an art gallery or art exhibit, attending a musical or theatrical performance, and more.

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