PROGRAMS  - Programs: Fall 2016  

September 16, 2016 
 
 
Happy Fall and Welcome to a New Season at Shamrock Centre
The Fall Recreation Guide is in The Guide and posted on our website at www.killarneyrecreation.ca It's a bit later than usual but with a great variety of classes and courses for the younger, the older, and the in-betweeners. Some classes have a maximum/minimum number so if you're interested please sign up in advance because classes may get cancelled if the registration numbers aren't met.
 
 
Paterson Arena
The ice is in starting with the Skills Camp this weekend. We will try to get the open ice schedule posted on the facility schedule as quickly as possible. Check out the facility schedule at www.killarneyrecreation.ca
 
 
Shamrock Centre Employment Opportunities
 
 
Bowling Lanes
Shamrock Lanes welcomes you to the 2016-2017 bowling season. The lanes are looking for individuals and teams interested in bowling mixed, men's or ladies league.
 
Bowlers are NOT required to work the concession this year.
 
Leagues available are as follows:
Monday: 1:30 Mixed / 7 pm Mixed
Tuesday: 6 pm Mixed / 8:30 pm Men's
Wednesday: 1:30 pm Ladies / 6:30 pm Mixed
 
Anyone interested in a little exercise and fun please call Shamrock Lanes at 204.523.8920.
 
Bowling begins Monday, September 26. The lanes are looking forward to a great season!
 
 
4 on 4 Hockey
Sep 2-22
Sep 30-Oct 1
$80 per player
Divisions: Novice, Atom, PeeWee and Minor Bantam age groups
Age groups will be combined depending on number of players signed up.
Contact Tyler Shiels at 204.523.0787.
 
  
Click on the link to keep up-to-date on happenings at Shamrock Centre. 
 
 
KidSport
KidSport raises funds through corporate donations, foundation grants, planned giving and special activities and events. Funds that are raised help offset the cost of participant registration fees for community based sport programs. Funding is administered by Sport Manitoba's Regional Offices. 

KidSport is limited by the funds we are able to raise, therefore we want to ensure we assist those most in need. Our volunteers use the Statistics Canada Low Income Cut-off guidelines as a tool to determine which families are eligible for assistance. Exceptions may occur for unique circumstances, but in most cases applications will not be considered if your household gross income is higher than shown in the application form.

2016 KidSport Application for Financial Assistance

For more information visit www.kidsportcanada.ca
 
So All Kids Can Play