Did you have a coach or volunteer that stood out a lot to you this year? Were they possibly your favourite? Well then you should nominate them for our outstanding coach award and/or a outstanding volunteer for the Bill Powel Memorial award!
Please forward all your nominations to the Winakwa Office at: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone in at 204-253-4418
Please note that the City of Winnipeg is reviewing its athletic fields. It is of utmost importance that each resident complete the online survey (link below) as the outcome could certainly impact future field allocation to community centre. We would hate to loose any of our fields that families come to enjoy.
(Letter from the City of Wpg)
Public invited to provide input for City Athletic Field Review
Winnipeg, MB – The City is currently reviewing how athletic fields are allocated and maintained and is looking for Winnipeggers’ feedback. The aim of the City’s Athletic Field Review is to ensure City athletic fields are well maintained, fairly shared and used to the fullest extent possible and public input is an important part of the process.
Starting today, an online public survey will be available for all residents to provide their perspectives on current and future needs for athletic fields in Winnipeg. In the coming months, current athletic field users will be provided with additional opportunities for input through workshops.
The City currently manages approximately 1,000 athletic fields, which includes 532 soccer fields and 375 ball diamonds, with around 93 fields leased out exclusively to specific sports groups. The Athletic Field Review will result in policy recommendations that will help guide all future athletic field use with a strong focus on affordability, equitable access, the needs of users and best practices from across Canada.
For more information or to provide input through the online survey, please visit winnipeg.ca/AthleticFieldReview
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We will be having online registration from March 1st to March 14th! Head to the sports page you’d like to register for and click the link that says “To register, please click here!”
We will also be having two in person registration nights on March 7th and March 9th from 6pm to 8pm both nights!
If you have any questions about registration please Click Here To Email Ashtyn.
Any questions regarding any of the sports please contact our Sports Conveners whose information can be found on our Contact Us page!
Due to the nice weather and rain we received this weekend, our ice rinks are unfortunately closed for the season!
Winakwa Community Centre will be hosting their first ever annual Jam Can Winter Festival.
We will be having numerous activities going on throughout the day for children and adults! (all activities are FREE)
Join us for a pancake breakfast with sausage, coffee, tea or juice from 9am to 12noon!
Adults 18 + – $5.00
Kids 13 to 17 – $3.00
Children 6 to 12 – $2.00
Youth 0 – 5 – FREE!
– Scavenger Hunt
– Face Paint
– Floor Hockey
Our canteen will be open throughout the day and we will be giving out free coffee, hot chocolate and french vanilla as well!
– “Jam Can” (curling)
– Pizza sold by the slice
– Beer Gardens
– Movie Night
To sign up your curling team please email Nancy at email@example.com or call 204-253-4418 with your name, email address and all of your teams information.