Steve Nash Youth Basketball Program
The Steve Nash Youth Basketball Program is designed to develop fundamental skills, sportsmanship and a love of the game of basketball for boys and girls, Grades 3-6. This year, we have 24 participants in our program! Special thanks to our coaches: Dan Manns, Kim Wieme, and Kelly Fonagy!
Our season’s tournament will be in Melville this year:
Girls April 29, 2017
Boys April 30, 2017
Pickleball – Kipling’s Newest Activity
Join us Monday nights until the end of April indoors at the Kipling School Gym for Pickleball! The program runs from 7:30-9:30 p.m.; participation is cost-free, due to funding from the Community Initiatives Fund.
Youth Curling Program
What Is It?
A Learn to Curl program for kids Grade 1 – 3, as well as kids Grades 4-6, one day a week each. Kids will learn the basic skills of the game and play, play, play!
Kipling Curling Club
Mondays (Grades 1-3) @ 3:45 – 4:30 P.M.
Wednesdays (Grades 4 – 6) @ 3:45 – 5:15 p.m.
Begins December 5, 2016
No cost for weekly draws – special bonspiels are $5/player
Register with Susan @ the Rec Office 306-736-8440
Dana @ 306-736-2957
Any adults wishing to assist are most welcome!
Remember to bring your broom, runners & a slider!
Summer Slam Volleyball Skills Camp
August 8-10, 2017
Click here for Summer Slam Brochure 2017
|Most Valuable Camper (left)-
Group 2 2016 Sharlize Keisig
Charlie Hustle Award (right) – Group 1 Grace Keeley
|Summer Slam 2016 Group 1||Summer Slam 2016 Group 2|
Huge Thanks to our sponsors: SIGA – Bear Claw Casino, Southeast Connection Sport, Culture and Recreation District and Sask Lotteries!
See ya back in 2017!!!
Children’s Summer Activities Program
|Kipling & District Parks and Recreation offers a summer-long Children’s Activities Program each July and August. The program features games and activities each Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. all summer long, with a focus on physical activity, safety and fun!|
There is no charge for children to participate in the program – The Children’s Summer Activities Program is made possible with funding from: Ministry of Tourism, Sport, Culture & Recreation’s Community Initiatives Fund, Canada Summer Jobs (Service Canada), Kipling Lions Club, Gee Bee Construction, Harvest Energy, Plainsview Credit Union, McMillan Motor Products, Seed Hawk, Young’s Equipment, PIC, and System III Supply Ltd.