Learn to skate programs and figure skating
Click here for the Skate Canada website with information on the CanSkate ProgramCONTACT: Gary Topham
The Minnedosa Cross Country Ski Club formed in November of 1992 by a group of local skiers interested in promoting the sport in the Minnedosa Area. Squirrel Hills ski trail development started in 1991 by local ski enthusiasts and the Minnedosa and District Wildlife Association. In 1992, club members constructed a warm-up hut on the Squirrel Hills trail.
To plan, organize and implement recreational programs which include physical, social, artistic and intellectual group recreation, for those people that live within the designated recreation district, and promote recreation as a viable necessity for the community through successful programs, networking, with organizations, media assistance and developing a volunteer base.
2014 Spring Recreation Guide page 1, page 2
Six lane 5 pin family friendly center with open bowling daily, weekend specials and adult, youth, senior & special Olympic leagues from Sept to beginning of May. Great for ages from 4 to 90+.
Qualified instruction is available to everyone who would like to learn to bowl or improve their game. Various bowling games (glow bowling, bingo bowl, novelty bowl etc), great for parties and fundraisers. Party packages are available for special occasions from just bowling or bowling with snack and/or dinner packages. GUTTERS COFFEE SHOP & LOUNGE is open to everyone with the hours the same as the alley.
Offering burgers, pizza, wings and more. Take out is available. Minnedosa Bowl can also be found on facebook.
The Minnedosa Curling Club operates the Curling Complex which generally operates November 1 to March 15. The Men's League plays Monday and Wednesday evenings, Ladies League Tuesday and Thursday evenings, Day League is Tuesday and Thursday, and Mixed League is Friday evening, Junior curling is run by the schools and is Monday to Thursday after school.
Curling will start the week of October 27th and all new curlers are welcome, individual or teams. Qualified instruction is available, free of charge for anyone who has never curled and would like to try it out.
Minnedosa Figure Skating Club uses the Skate Canada programs; Star Skate for advanced skaters and Can Skate for beginner skaters.
The club skates Monday and Wednesday: Star Skate 4:00pm - 5:15pm & Can Skate 5:15pm - 6:00pm
The club has an annual carnival where the kids get to show off their talents and have fun.
Gary/Corine Topham 867-2260
Clarice Robinson 867-5129
Minnedosa Fitness Centre Co-operative Inc. is a non-profit community service co-operative.
The fitness centre provides opportunities and health benefits for: community youth, sport organizations, pre-season conditioning for athletes, & the general public interested in a healthy life style.
Contact: Glen Bell (President) 204-867-5172
Or for new–or renewed membership 204-867-3607
48 Main St N (Sharon's Town & Country Insurance)
Located just 35 minutes north of Brandon on the #10 Highway, the Minnedosa Golf & Country Club is one of the most beautiful valleys in Manitoba. Some of the most picturesque views you will find are on the Minnedosa Country Club, an 18 hole links style course, that offers all golfers a true test of skill, while still providing genuine enjoyment. Carved out of the valley, our course offers elevation changes of over 120 feet with breathtaking views from some of our unique elevated tees.
Our spacious clubhouse incorporates a well-stocked pro shop, licensed lounge and snack shop. Our CPGA Professional Deb Pritchard is on hand for your golfing needs and available to advise you on your golf game. Contact us to arrange your golfing experience.GPS: N 50° 14.893' W 099° 51.195'
Traditional Shotokan Karate
Tanners Crossing School Gym
Tuesday and Thursday 7:00 to 8:00 pm
First class Tuesday, September 7, 2010
All are welcome - Children (8 and up) and Adults
For more information call Greg Perkins 867-3795 after 6:00 pm
The Minnedosa Kayak Club runs from June until early September. The club is open Tuesday and Thursday Mornings 9:00 am to 12:00 noon for Junior Sprint Kids ages 6 to 9 years, and Tuesday and Thursday Afternoons from 1:00 - 4:00 pm for kids 10 to 16.
Evening Programs are also available.
Dates for Full/Half Day Camps in 2013:
Monday-Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm or 9am-12pm (half day)
July 8-12 or August 5-9PHONE: 204-867-3809
As a member of the Manitoba Baseball Association, Minnedosa Minor Baseball typically runs programs for boys and girls (mixed), ages 4-18, during the months of May and June (earlier if the weather permits and later if teams compete at the Regional or Provincial levels).
For the younger children, Rally Cap Baseball is being offered through the Recreation Office. Contact Jolene Young at 204-867-2250
Ball diamonds are located at the Minnedosa Fairgrounds. In addition to regular league games and practices, a tournament is hosted annually with teams coming from surrounding communities.CONTACT: Terry McLenehan
Minnedosa Minor Hockey Mission and Vision
To provide a safe, fun, and enjoyable opportunity for all minor hockey players, coaches, and volunteers.
To allow all minor hockey players to participate equitably in minor hockey activities.
To develop and encourage a sense of self, sportsmanship, fellowship, and community pride in all participants of Minnedosa Minor Hockey.
To provide guidance and support to all coaches and volunteers.
To provide optimum skill development for all minor hockey participants, and foster a healthy competitive environment.
Youth Rugby starts at 6:00pm, Wednesday August 6, 2014 at the high school field and runs every Wednesday, while weather permits. (usually beginning of October). Registration will take place at the start of practice if not already registered.
Visit Minnedosa Collegiate Institute website for male and female rugby opportunities ages: 14+ @ www.rrsd.mb.ca/mciADDRESS: Box 821
Minnedosa Walking Club meets weekly from Oct to April, Tuesdays in the halls of MCI unless the school is closed. It is a chance for people to get active and meet up with others who like to walk. There is no fee and you can join at any time.CONTACT: Darcy Hutton
Minnedosa Youth Soccer organizes soccer for children of all ages up to the age of 18 in the spring of each year. The operation of the program is dependant on volunteer help, especially with the very young.
For more information, contact Marie at 204-865-2257 email@example.com or visit website www.soccerminnedosa.ca
Prairie Valley Pony Club was formed in the fall of 2007 with a small group of members aged 10 to 14 years who have been members of other pony club branches or have been riding for a number of years, or both. We are based out of Minnedosa, Manitoba where the members take regular riding lessons from instructor Sarah Read B.H.S.A.I. 1988. Stable management sessions also take place at her barn, Pegasus Riding School, with plenty of hands on experience as there are 20 or so equines and lots of assorted tack to work with.
We are also actively planning tours and outings that will supplement the stable management program and general learning. Our members have taken part in most aspects of pony club including the badge program, quiz, show jumping, dressage, tetrathalon, rally, camp and benefit show. Our more senior members have also explored other equestrian disciplines outside of pony club such as eventing, polo, western pleasure and gymkhana events, team penning, driving-in-harness and trail riding.Visit Website
Ski Valley is located 7km north of Minnedosa on Highway #10. Ski Valley has nine distinctive runs for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. Ski Valley offers licensed dining, ski and snowboards rentals and instruction, snow blade rentals, special group and school rates. Enjoy skiing Ski Valley even more with a lesson from a friendly Ski Valley certified ski or snowboard instructor.
Click here to view the 2013-2014 SCHOOL GROUP PROGRAM
Valley Snow Hawks Snowmobile Club of Minnedosa & District was formed in 1990 to promote snowmobile safety, to improve relations between snowmobilers and landowners, to assist Town Council and Municipal Officials in emergency storm situations, and snowmobile tourism.CONTACT: Ken LaBelle
The Westman Ski and Board Club would like to invite new members to join our club.
Come out and learn to ski with us, or put your skills to the test and join our race team. We meet every Saturday at Minnedosa Ski Valley. It is a great family sport!
Races are held at Asessippi, Holiday Mountain and Bottineau. Ages 5 and up
Great fun. Great friends. Great lifestyle.CONTACT: John Davis