Drop-in Recreation Programs

Last updated: Feb. 21, 2017 at 9:17 AM

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   **Details below on how to register for a drop-in program online, and the location and times
 
 

The City of Spruce Grove Recreation Services organizes drop-in recreation programs throughout the year. These programs encourage life-long recreation as they are offered to adults and youth over 16 years of age. Drop-in recreation programs are free of charge and are administered by volunteer coordinators. Program updates or cancellations are advertised on the City page in the Spruce Grove Examiner External and on the city website. If you have any inquiries contact Recreation Services at 780-962-7579 or e-mail Email.

The City requires registration for the drop-in recreation programs before participating.  Registration can be completed through the City's online registration system. Note: During the online registration process you will be prompted to consent to a waiver (adults) or an informed consent form (16 & 17 yrs.) and a code of conduct.

HOW TO REGISTER:

It’s easy to set up an account and register! Follow the below steps to set up an account for online registration: (If you already have an account you can go to step 5)

1) Go to
www.sprucegrove.org/onlinereg
2) Click on the Create Account button
3) Enter the required information
4) Click the submit link
5) Now you can register for the drop-in recreation program

View the program details below to find an activity you may enjoy.

Drop-in recreation programs

Drop-in programs
Mondays

Co-ed Badminton  - Ages 16 and up - (Oct 24 - May 29)
Public Skating - All Ages (October 3 - March 27)

Tuesdays

Co-ed Volleyball - Ages 16 and up (October 11 - May 23)
Public Skating - All Ages (October 4 - March 28)

Wednesdays

Adult Co-ed Pickleball - Ages 18 and up (October 12 - April 26)
Public Skating - All Ages (Oct 5 - March 29)

Thursdays

Adult Co-ed Basketball - Ages 18 and up (Sept 29 - May 25)
Public Skating  - All Ages (October 3 - March 30)

Fridays Public Skating - All Ages (October 7 - March 31)
Saturdays
Sundays  

 


Drop-in Co-ed Pickleball

The City of Spruce Grove Drop-in Pickleball is held at St. Peter the Apostle Schools small gym, the gym can accommodate three pickleball nets, this allows for 12 players to play at one time. Due to the extreme popularity of the Drop-in Pickleball program most participants will experience wait times to play. The school has requested that Drop-in Pickleball participants do not arrive at the school before 6:45 p.m. as there are school programs taking place. All gymnasiums that the City of Spruce Grove have access to under the Joint Use Agreement are at capacity at this time.

The City of Spruce Grove Drop-in Pickleball program primarily has participants that know how to play pickleball. If you are looking to learn how to play pickleball the TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre will offer learn how to play course in the spring of 2017: http://www.trileisure.com or visit http://www.pickleballinalberta.ca/Edmonton.htm

Ages 18 and up
Wednesdays, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
October 12 - April 26
St. Peter the Apostle School - Small Gym

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Drop-in Co-ed Volleyball

Ages 16 and up
Tuesdays 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Oct 11 - May 23
Woodhaven Junior High School

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Drop-in Co-ed Basketball

Ages 18 and up
Thursdays 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. 
Sept 29 - May 25
St. Thomas Aquinas School

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Drop-in Co-ed Badminton

Ages 16 and up
Mondays 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
October 24 - May 29
St. Peter The Apostle High School - Small Gym

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Drop-in Co-ed Outdoor Soccer

Ages 16 and up

Drop In Soccer will start up again in April 2017 depending on weather.
    
The Schedule and  any changes/cancellations will be posted on the red section above.
Please check on the City page in the Spruce Grove Examiner External for times.

Fuhr Sports Park
9 Tri Leisure Way External


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Public Skating

All Ages
Monday - Friday, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
October 3 - March 31
Spruce Grove Agrena
9 Agrena Road External

We highly recommend that public skaters wear helmets.

Sticks and pucks are not permitted.

Carrying an infant on the ice, regardless of helmet or safety attire, is not permitted due to the risk of injury to both child and guardian.

Arena approved skating aids only, chairs are not permitted. Please note that the Agrena has five skating aids available for use.

 
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Additional Sport Opportunities

Interested in drop-in shinny? Check out the TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre drop-in programs External

Edmonton Sport and Social Club

The Edmonton Sport and Social Club External is Edmonton's largest co-ed sports league provider. It also offers tournaments and events for adults.