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Community groups are citizen driven programs and services delivered in and around the City of Selkirk. Click the activity below to find out more information.  Please be advised these are external links to community sport, recreation, leisure, and culture programs and the City of Selkirk is not responsible for their content.

For information on programming at our local library, please visit the Gaynor Family Regional Library website.

For information on programming for seniors, please visit the Gordon Howard Senior Centre website.

Selkirk Age Friendly information can be found here.

Athletics

Selkirk Athletic Club

Bob McLeary – President. . . . .204-785-2456

Email: [email protected]

309-110 Morris Ave., Selkirk, MB R1A 3Z6

The Selkirk Athletic Club is a non-profit organization with no registration fee. Our aim is to provide an organization for sports groups that wish to fundraise for the Selkirk Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.

Sport Manitoba – East Regional Office

Kylo Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204-470-7448

Fax: 204-268-6070

20-1st St., Box 50 Beausejour, MB R0E 0C0

Email: [email protected]

Sport Manitoba covers all urban, rural, remote, and isolated communities throughout Manitoba. Contact Megan for sport development grants, KidsSport or Manitoba Games.

Info: Megan Foster

Email: [email protected]

 

Sport Manitoba – Municipal Relations

Community Development Branch – Interlake

Ian Goodall-George, Regional Consultant . . . . . . . . 204-642-6014

Email: [email protected]

Arts & Culture

Bev Hart Art Studio

Take a break from reality and come enjoy art in my private studio – Original art, Art Cards and matted prints of my own art.

Call for an appointment 204-785-8739.

Gaynor Family Regional Library

Ken Kuryliw, Manager of Library Services. . . .204-482-3522

806 Manitoba Ave., Selkirk, MB R1A 2H4

Email: [email protected]

Library hours:

Tues to Fri. . . . .9:30 am – 9 pm

Sat.   . .9:30 am – 5 pm

Sun. . 1:00 – 5:00 pm

Mon. – Closed

* Information * Education * Recreation *

This world class library provides a wide range of resources to meet the informational, educational and recreational needs of the public. Programs for pre-schoolers, students, adults, and seniors are held regularly. Free public internet and wifi available. We also have Ubunto Café and Bakery and the award winning Urban Prairie, which restored 3.5 acres of tall grass prairie featuring 50 native grasses and flowers on site.

Icelandic National League – Bruin Chapter

Maria Bear   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204-482-6359

or Helene Davis  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-481-3037

Website: inlofna.org (then click chapters, then click Selkirk Bruin Chapter) for more information. Our purpose is to foster good citizenship, maintain the Icelandic language and the heritage among those of Icelandic origin and others who would like to join us. A “First Day of Summer” Concert is held every April, with entertainment and ethnic food. The club offers bursaries to students from the LS Regional Comprehensive School who are of Icelandic descent and are furthering their studies. Heritage Calendars are available yearly. The “Bruin” Chapter meets monthly from September to June. The “Bruin” Chapter is one of the oldest I.N.L. Chapters in Canada. Anyone interested may join even if you are not Icelandic!

LSSD International Student Program

Director:   . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-482-6926 ext.3251

[email protected]

221 Mercy St., Selkirk, MB R1A 2C8

We are optimistically looking forward to and accepting applications for September, 2021 and will need kind, patient host families to welcome our incoming students into their homes. If you are interested in learning more about our Homestay Program, please be in touch! We would love for you to help us share our Selkirk hospitality with visitors from around the world

Red River North Tourism

Email: [email protected] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-485-4881

Red River North, an exciting tourism region includes Selkirk, St. Andrews and St. Clements. Together, the three areas offer an array of attractions, activities and events within easy driving distance of each other and of Winnipeg. For full information and a calendar of events, please see www.redrivernorthtourism.com. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram: @RRNTourism

Selkirk & District Business and Professional Women (BPW)

Elaine Elliot  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-482-6741

Email: [email protected]

BPW Selkirk is an organization working to improve working conditions for all women. The Selkirk Chapter is part of Provincial, National and International organizations made up of women from all walks of life, working together to empower women and ensure the well-being of women, men and their families.

Selkirk & District Horticultural Society

Kris Kubay, President. . . . . . . . 204-757-9900

Janice Croswell, Secretary  . . . 204-444-3421

Email: [email protected]

The Club meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month (except July, August and December) at the Selkirk United Church Hall, 202 McLean Ave., Selkirk at 7 pm. Membership includes guest speakers, tours, workshops and annual fundraiser plant sale. Membership fee $20 for single. FB page: Selkirk and District Horticultural Society

Selkirk Community Arts Centre

HOME OF GWEN FOX GALLERY

101-250 Manitoba Ave., Selkirk, MB R1A 0Y5  . . . . . . . . 204-482-4359

Email: [email protected]

Our beautiful heritage, the old post office, is home to the Gwen Fox Gallery & Gift Shop and run by volunteer members. The Gallery exhibits the art of a select group every month, February through December. The Gift Shop sells unique art pieces designed by our artisans, and carries books and CD’s by local authors. Proudly supporting local artists, the Gallery is actively involved with the Selkirk community in hosting various functions held by the city and private groups.  We are open Tuesday through Saturday, 10am to 4pm.

Selkirk Triple S Fair & Rodeo

President: Rea Pennington  . . . 204-757-7901

Secretary: Pat Pennington.  . . . 204-757-7901

The Triple ‘S’ Fair and Rodeo is presented annual by the St. Andrews, St, Clements Agricultural Society. The Society meets every third Thursday of the month at Smitty’s Restaurant, everyone welcome; always looking for new members and volunteers. Triple ‘S’ Fair and Rodeo and Children’s Festival July 9 – 12, 2020. 

St. Andrews St. Clements Agricultural Society

Box 212, Grp 327, RR 3, Selkirk, MB R1A 2A8

Pat Pennington  . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-757-7901

Fair Phone (May-Nov) . . . . . . . 204-485-4854

[email protected]

Selkirk Toastmasters Club

Kay Boyd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-226-1290

Email: [email protected]

Selkirk Toastmasters, Where Leaders are Made, celebrating it’s 40th Anniversary in 2019,  is an International Organization founded on the principals of Integrity, Respect, Service and Excellence. The Selkirk Club meets every Wednesday evening from 7-8:30 pm. Come join in the fun as you improve your listening, communication and leadership skills. For more information please see our website. Visitors are always welcome.

Badminton

Contact:

Andy Dmitruk . . . . . 204-482-7725

Terry Porayko. . . . . 204-481-3411

Email: [email protected]

Season starts early September and ends in May. Playing times are Sundays from 1-4 pm at the Lord Selkirk High School Gym & from 6:45-8:45 pm on Thursdays at the Daerwood School Gym. Primarily an adult club. Fees are $20/person, $50/family and a $4 drop-in charge.

A racquet and non-marking court shoes are required. Please call for more info.

Baseball

Mariners Baseball

Email: [email protected]

St. Andrews Youth Baseball and Selkirk Baseball have joined forces to become the St. Andrews/ Selkirk Mariners Minor Baseball Program.
The St. Andrews/Selkirk Minor Baseball Program is a co-ed program that is open to boys and girls, ages 4 – 18. The program strives to provide a fun environment where kids of all ages can focus on skill development, teamwork and game play. As the age groups progress, more emphasis is placed on the development of individual skills, competitive play and good sportsmanship. We are a part of the North Winnipeg Minor Baseball Association (NWMBA) and teams at all age levels will be required to travel to Winnipeg for away games. Home games may be played at St. Andrews School, Lockport Junior High School or the Selkirk Rec Complex.

Basketball

Selkirk Sonics

Trish Hallson . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-785-3352

Email: [email protected]

Selkirk & Area Youth Basketball is a community club basketball organization dedicated to creating introductory, recreational, fair play and competitive basketball experiences for youth from the Selkirk, St. Clements and St. Andrews area. We are a non-profit club and host several teams per year in both Fall/Winter and Spring league sessions. We also partner with the Lord Selkirk Royals High School program to offer Roy- als basketball camp for girls in late August at the high school, and help set up some competi- tive teams for the Rising Stars leagues to com- pete in Winnipeg. Please contact us or visit our website. Registrations take place in early March for spring and early September for Fall/Winter, and June for Royals girls basketball camp.

Bingo

ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION NO. 42

Monday 7:00 pm, Saturday 1:00 pm

403 Eveline St., Selkirk MB R1A 1N8

Email: [email protected]

. . . . . 204-482-4319

Selkirk Friendship Centre

Sunday – Doors open at 5:00 pm. Starts at 7:00 pm

425 Eveline St., Selkirk MB R1A 2J5 …………………….. 204-482-7525

Selkirk Steeler Bingo

Thursday – Early Bird 7:00 pm – Regular 7:30 pm

Bingo Chairman – Raymond Massey

Selkirk Friendship Centre . . .204-757-2384 425

Eveline St., Selkirk MB R1A 2J5

Bird Watching

Selkirk Bird Watchers’ Club

Gerald Machnee . . . . . . . . . . . 204-757-4745

The Selkirk Birdwatchers Club will not be meeting this year due to COVID however the Christmas Bird Count will be held in December.

Bowling

Youth Bowling Council – Y.B.C.

Selkirk Bowling Centre – 510 Sophia St., Selkirk, MB R1A 1Z5

. . . . . . . 204-785-1260

Email: [email protected]

Thursdays- 4:00 pm, Saturdays- 11:00 am

The Youth Bowling Program is designed to teach youth (ages 4 – 19) the fundamentals of bowling while having fun. Individual and team tournaments are included in the program at the zone, provincial and national levels. A banquet with prizes and trophy presentations is held each year at the completion of the season.

Adult & Senior Bowling Leagues

Selkirk Bowling Centre – 510 Sophia St., Selkirk, MB R1A 1Z5

. . . . . . . 204-785-1260

Adult bowling leagues are held almost every day of the week. and consist of – Seniors, Ladies and Mixed league. Bowlers can join as individuals or 5 person teams and no experience is required. Bowling times vary with each leagues.
The season starts in September and ends in April. For fun and friendship, you can join at any time – why not join a league today?

Bridge

Selkirk Bridge Club

Gordon Howard Seniors Centre

384 Eveline St, Selkirk MB R1A 1N3

Co-manager, Linda Homenick . 204-757-9242

Email: [email protected]

Co-manager, Gary Kirkpatrick . 204-218-5344

Email: [email protected]

Bridge Club meets every Tuesday and Thursday at 1 pm at the Gordon Howard Seniors Centre. Bridge lessons available. Everyone Welcome.

Canoe, Kayak, and Paddle

Selkirk Canoe & Kayak Centre

Club Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-785-2054

Box 404 Selkirk, MB R1A 2B3

Email: [email protected]

The Selkirk Canoe & Kayak Centre is a community club which promotes paddling opportunities for all ages! From recreational canoeing, kayaking, dragon boating,paddle boarding,and canoe tours to summer youth camps and competitive dragon boat teams. Our season programs range from beginners to advanced, youth to senior and runs from May to September. Our goal to create a friendly environment where the entire family can enjoy a paddling experience, while enjoying the outdoors. We offer seasonal individual passes, family passes, or drop in passes. All are welcome!

Cribbage

Army Navy & Air Force

231 Clandeboye Ave . . . . 204-482-3941

Wednesday afternoon Crib starting at 1:30 pm. Thursday night Crib at 7:00 pm.

Meat Draws every Saturday at 4:30 pm.

Jam sessions are 2nd Saturday of every month at 7:00 pm

ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 42

403 Eveline St. . . . . . . . . . 204-482-4319

Email: [email protected]

Cribbage Monday afternoons starting at 1:30 pm All are welcome.

Curling

Selkirk & District Curling Club

Club Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-482-6949

President – Tom Matheson . . . . . .204-482-6860

Email: [email protected]

Rentals – Kathleen MaCallum. . . . .204-482-6646

Box 69, 381 Jemima St., Selkirk, MB R1A 2B1

Season starts beginning of October.
Registrations are upstairs @ Curling Club
– team & individual entries are welcome.

Leagues available are:
– Tuesday & Thursday Night Men’s,
– Wednesday Night Ladies’,
– Friday Night Mixed (2 men, 2 women),
– Monday Afternoon Sr. Ladies’,
– Monday & Friday Afternoons Sr. Men.
– Junior Curling – Saturdays at 12 noon
– Mixed Doubles – Mondays @ 7 pm (2 persons/team)

Dance

Evolution Dance Company

200-366 Main St. Selkirk R1A 2J7

Email: [email protected] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-785-1285

Ages 2 – Adult. EDC offers 90+ classes weekly in a centrally located, professional studio space. Professional, certified instructors; Recital at Centennial Concert Hall; ISTD Ballet Program.
Classes offered: Two’s & You, Creative Movement, Pre-Dance, Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Acro, and Musical Theatre. No fund- raising or volunteer commitments required. All levels and abilities.

Selkirk Dance Program

Alycia Campbell . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected] 

Selkirk Dance strives to provide a safe, exciting, positive and stimu- lating atmosphere that allows students to enjoy their love of dance. Our dance program runs from mid–September through to mid-May ending with a recital at the Centennial Concert Hall. All are welcome to join – we offer Creative Movement, Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop and Lyrical classes for ages 3 and up.

Selkirk & District Ukrainian School of Dance

P. O. Box 527 East Selkirk, MB R0E 0M0
Email: [email protected]

Open to everyone ages 3+ who wish to learn about Ukrainian dance and heritage. No experience required. Classes start in September on Monday nights between 5:30 and 8:45 pm. in East Selkirk. Our annual recital takes place in May or June with performances from all our groups and our partner Troyanda Ukrainian Dance Ensemble.

Troyanda Dance Ensemble

P.O. Box 20006, 356 Main St, Selkirk, MB R1A 2B2
Email: [email protected]

The Troyanda Dance Ensemble is open to anyone ages 15 and up, who is looking to learn more about Ukrainian heritage through the expression of dance. It’s a fun and energetic way to express ones culture, and at the same time, endure some physical activity.

Darts

ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 42

403 Eveline St . . . 204-482-4319

Email: [email protected]

Every Tuesday evening at 7:00 pm from October to May. All are welcome. Registration in September – check with Branch.

Golf

Selkirk Golf and Country Club

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-482-2052

100 Sutherland Ave., Selkirk, MB R1A 0L8

Email: [email protected]

Proshop/Office. . . 204-482-2050

Dining Room . . . . 204-482-2053

18 Hole Golf Course overlooking the historic Red River. Season is from May to October with an Annual Open Golf tournament in July and Septem- ber. Memberships and green fees, practice fairway and rentals of carts and clubs are available as well as professional instruction.

Club house facilities include a fully licensed dining room and screened in porch for casual dining.

Gymnastics

Selkirk Selects Gymnastics Club

965 Main St, Clandeboye, MB R0C 0P0

Box 220 Grp. 327 R.R. #3

Selkirk, MB R1A 2A8

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: @selkirkselectsgym

Instagram: @selkirkselectsgymnastics

The Selkirk Selects Gymnastics club holds recreational and competitive classes for boys and girls ages 2 and up

Hunting/Fishing/Shooting

Selkirk Game and Fish Association

Philip Dolinski . . . . . . .204-482-5085

29115 Rd 80 N, East Selkirk, MB R0E 0M0

Email: [email protected]

Membership is open to all. Club activities include sporting and competitive archery, rifle, shotgun and handgun shooting. Also the Selkirk Junior Rifle Club. Located 3/4 of a mile E. of Hwy 59 on Road 80 North. Meetings held first Thursday of each month. Visit our website for more info.

Selkirk Junior Rifle Club

Elizabeth Flett . . . . . . 204-482-8945

c/o 206 Morris Ave.

Email: [email protected]

Membership open to boys and girls ages 12 and up. Members learn in–depth Hunter Safety during the 7 month program developing safe and proper firearm handling techniques and acquiring shooting skills. Tentative members are asked to complete the Hunter Education on–line offered by the Manitoba Wildlife Federation. This will give the students some background knowledge prior to com- mencing. Members have the opportunity to complete at club levels as well as the Annual Provincials. Shooting and Safety classes are held at the shooting range located at the Winnipeg Pistol and Revolver Club located on Miller Rd. off Hwy #8. Registration is October/November with shooting starting mid November. Volunteers needed to assist with coaching.

Hockey

Junior B. Fisherman Hockey Club

Chris Poponick, General Mgr./Head Coach  . . . . .  . . . . . .204-770-3540

Email: [email protected]

Fax: 204-482-8966
c/o 206 Grain Ave., Selkirk, MB R1A 0J8

The Selkirk Fishermen are a Jr. B hockey club that plays in the KJHL. The team has a long history and has been representing Selkirk as the Fishermen since 1918, one of the longest running Hockey Franchises in Canada. The “FISH” play out of the Selkirk Rec Complex and are made up of mainly local hockey players aged 16 to 21. The Fishermen survive on the support of the local community business owners and also a stong fan base. For more information on how to get involved with the Fishermen family, please contact current General Manager and Head Coach Chris Poponick.

Lord Selkirk Minor Hockey Association

Chad Balmer, President
Email: [email protected] . . . . . . . . 204-333-9313

St. Andrews Community Club – 

28 St Andrews Rd, St Andrews, MB R1A 2Y1

East Selkirk Recreation Centre –

75-1148 Strathcona Rd, East Selkirk MB R0E 0M0

Selkirk Rec. Complex –

180 Easton Dr, Selkirk, MB R1A 0W6

Info: [email protected]

LSMHA is the governing body of Minor Hockey in this region and participates in the Hockey Winnipeg Leagues. LSMHA’s catchment area is The Rural Municipalities of St Andrews, St Clements and the City of Selkirk. There are both Male and Female Programs from age 5-17, registration commences prior to September of each year. LSMHA uses St Andrews CC, East Selkirk Recreation Centre, Selkirk Rec Complex and Selkirk Arena (Barn) for their programs.

Selkirk Youth Hockey Association

Contact: Kim Einarson. . . . . . . . . . . . .204-485-4533

Email: [email protected]

Box 432 Selkirk, MB R1A 2B4

Program is available to boys and girls in age levels rang- ing from 4-18 years. Season usually begins in October. Registration will take place early September.

Steelers Junior A Hockey Club

Front Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-482-7020

Toll-Free: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-855-890-8171

180 Easton Dr. (Selkirk Rec. Complex)

Email: i[email protected]

Head Coach: Hudson Friesen: . . . . . . 204-482-7020

Email: [email protected]

The Selkirk Steelers Junior A Hockey Club Inc. ,a not-for-profit orga- nization, has operated in Selkirk since 1966. The Steelers compete in the 11 team Manitoba Junior Hockey League. The team plays a 60 game schedule with 29-home, 29-away and 2 at the MJHL Showcase. During its storied history, the Steelers have won many championships including league, regional and national titles. Many former players have gone on to play in the NHL, Semi-Professional leagues and both US and Canadian College ranks. The Steelers focus on recruiting local available talent and in addition recruit top level players from all over North America.

Martial Arts

FLK Taoist Tai Chi

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-833-453-1349

Regional Head Office . . . . . . .1-888-824-2441

Email: [email protected]

Taoist Tai Chi® is a moving meditation for Body, Mind and Spirit for all ages. Classes are held at Gordon Howard Centre, 384 Eveline St., Selkirk, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. Beginners are wel- come. Call for more information.

Selkirk Judo Club 

Brian Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 204-782-9785

Lord Selkirk Highschool (Upper Gym)- 221 Mercy St, Selkirk, MB R1A 2C8

Email: [email protected]

Judo (Japanese for “Gentle Way”) is a great way to get fit and gain self-confidence while learn- ing the techniques of this Olympic sport. Judo develops self-discipline and respect for oneself and others and is practiced by millions around the world. The Selkirk Judo Club is a member club of Judo Manitoba, a provincial sport organization with Sport Manitoba. Our classes are for students ages 7 to adult who are interested in either recreational or competitive judo. Classes begin in September with a two week free trial and continue through to May.

Our “Judo 5 & 6” class is an 8 week program designed specificially for 5 and 6 year olds.
For additional info please contact 204-482-7906

Cain’s Taw- Kwon Do

Richard Cain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-738-2367

Email: [email protected]

An excellent way to get into shape while learning to defend yourself. This sport has proven that children of all ages improve their grades, concentration, listening skills, respect of others and themselves only to mention a few. All ages are welcome; in- dividuals can join at any time of the year. Certified Master Instructor.

Music

Back Pews Boys Male Choir

Karen Jackson (Director) . . . . 204-738-4674

[email protected]

Box 129, Clandeboye, MB R0C 0P0

Back Pew Boys is a non–denominational choir for men ages 16 and up who love to sing! No audition is re- quired. From September to May, we practice Thursday evenings 7 pm – 9 pm at the Selkirk United Church.

The Fuerst Pre- School Music Studio

ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF TORONTO

Piano and Theory, ages 5 to adult

Mrs. Bonnie Fuerst, Teacher . .204-482-7845

Mrs. Maizelle Disbrowe, Teacher 204-785-8373

Cell: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-485-0298

Glenaura Pipes and Drums

Evan Maydaniuk, Pipe Major. . 204-803-3703

Email: [email protected]

Glenaura Pipes and Drums practice on Thursday eve- nings in both Selkirk and Winnipeg. Qualified instructors teach bagpipes and drums. The band is available to play at parades, special events and honorary occasions.

Hooper’s School of Music

Marilyn Hooper . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-485-3608

Email: [email protected]

735 Christie Ave., Selkirk, MB R1A 0W5

Piano lessons, ages 6 to Senior. Theory, beginner to Level 8, individual or class instruction. Students prog- ress at their own pace, studying pieces that reflect their own interest. Well-rounded music education including sight reading and ear training. Studio within walking distance of 4 Selkirk schools. Royal Conservatory certified Teacher, Marilyn Hooper.

Jeannette Halpenny Piano Studio

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-482-3075

636 Manchester Ave., Selkirk, MB R1A 2B7

Teacher of Royal Conservatory of Toronto Piano and Theory. BILINGUAL – Ages 5 to advanced

LA School of Music

Luciano Armenti, BA (Music)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-482-7776

205 Manitoba Ave., Selkirk, MB R1A OY4

Email: [email protected]

Over 40 years in business in Selkirk. Private instruc- tion in most instruments including music theory, piano, organ, keyboard, accordion, flute, saxophone, clarinet, guitar, bass guitar, drums and violin.

Lord Selkirk School Division Special Area Group for Music

Linda Andres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-785-8284

c/o Ecole Bonaventure School

Email: [email protected]

This group is comprised of all music teachers in the Lord Selkirk School Division. Our function is to co- ordinate a variety of musical events such as con- certs, festivals, study days and workshops. We meet on a monthly basis after school to discuss current musical issues and to develop programming for our area. Please feel free to contact us for further info.

Maizelle Disbrowe – Piano

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-785-8373

222 Eveline Street, Selkirk, MB R1A 1L6

Octavia Women’s Choir

Karen Jackson . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-738-4674

[email protected]

Box 129, Clandeboye, MB R0C 0P0

Octavia is a non–denominational choir for women who love to sing! No audition is required. From September through May, we practice three Saturday mornings a month starting at 10:00 am. No practices on long weekends. We practice at Christ Church, 227 McLean Ave. in Selkirk, MB.

Selkirk Community Choir

Thea Ostermann, president . . . 204-757-4411

Denise, PR204-482-5557

Email: [email protected]

Open to adults who love to sing! Rehearsals are Tues from Set. – May, 7-9 pm at Good Shepherd Lutheran. We sing at community events and 2 concerts. Very expperieinced conductor and accompanist. Small membership fee required

Photography

Red River North Photography Group

John M. Dalebozik . . . (cell) 204-479-2327

Gaynor Family Regional Library-
806 Manitoba Ave, Selkirk, MB R1A 2H4

Email: [email protected]

Our purpose is to promote photography and learn as a group. From cell phone to DSLR cameras, all are welcome. We have monthly themes, and we meet once a month, share our photos and discuss any problems or ideas. During the summer months, group outings will be part of our meetings. Everyone is welcome! No fees, just come take part and enjoy. We meet the last Wednesday of every month from 6-8:30ish pm in the Gaynor Family Regional Library.

Ringette

Ringette Association

Contact: Randy Magnusson . . . . . . . . . . . 204-482-7683

Email: [email protected]

Ringette is a great sport for all children to help learn and develop their skating skills, learn team sportsmanship, and develop long lasting friendships on and off the ice.

Skating

Interlake Speed Skating Club

Contact: David Granger . . . . . . 204-482-6447

Email: [email protected]

Contact: Judy Scott . . . . . . . . . 204-738-4255

Email: [email protected]

Email: [email protected]

Selkirk Rec. Complex- 180 Easton Dr, Selkirk, MB R1A 0W6

Speed Skating is Canada’s #1 Olympic winter sport! Our program is designed to accommodate competitive as well as recreational/fitness skaters. The program is open to skat- ers age 5 and up (including adults), and is popular with families as both parents and kids can be on the ice at the same time under the direction of NCCP certified coach- es. Our season runs from mid-September until the end of March, with 6+ Manitoba Speed Skating Association competitions available including one hosted by our club on “Home Ice” at the Selkirk Recreation Complex. Registration is early September, but we can accom- modate new members at any time throughout the Season. Speed Skates are available through our Rental Program.

Selkirk Skating Club

Jessica Cyr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-485-3814

Email: [email protected]

Kristin DuRussel . . . . . . . . . . . 204-339-6822

Email: [email protected]

Location: Selkirk Rec. Complex – 180 Easton Dr, Selkirk, MB R1A 0W6

Skate Canada endorsed programs, specializing in: 1. Learn to Skate: beginner program for children with no skating experience. Fall & winter sessions.
2. CanSkate: focuses on fun, participation & basic skill development
3. Future Stars: an intro to StarSkate & competing for those who show an aptitude for figure skating.
4. Edges, Skills, Agility: teaches extreme balance routines, improves overall conditioning
5. STARSkate: STAR 1-5 program where figure skat- ing begins! Introduces components of performance, assessment & competition. Emphasizes skills; turns, stroking, jumps and spins. In groups or private lessons.
6. Special Olympics: focuses on the individuality of each athlete.

Soccer

Red River Recreational Soccer Association

Selkirk League Convenor- Wenzel Preun

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Email: [email protected]

The RRRSA is the umbrella organization corporation for recreational soccer in the Tri-S area. We endeavor to improve and oversee the development of recreational soccer from ages 3 to 17. Our league has five locations of play, including Mapleton, East Selkirk, Petersfield, St. Andrews and Selkirk.

Tri- Soccer Association

Email: [email protected]

PO Box 10007, Selkirk South PO, Selkirk, MB R1A 1R0
or via phone voicemail at: . . . . 204-943-4544

Tri-S Soccer Association is a member of the MSA and provide LTPD programs. We offer seasonal and year round recreational, developmental and pre- mier programs. Programs are available for ages 3 to 17. Areas in our program include: East Selkirk, Petersfield, Selkirk, Stonewall, St. Andrews, East and West St. Paul.

Swimming

Selkirk Dolphins Swim Club

Michelle Stamm, Head Coach & Club Manager

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Selkirk Community Pool – 221 Mercy St, Selkirk, MB R1A 2C8

Email: [email protected]

The Selkirk Dolphins is a competitive swim team, offering a wide variety of swim programs to swimmers interested in improving their training and swimming skills. Located at 221 Mercy St., Selkirk.

Swim Lessons – Selkirk Community Pool

Board Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-482-5942

Selkirk Community Pool – 221 Mercy St, Selkirk, MB R1A 2C8

We are the largest indoor swimming pool in the Interlake. We offer the Red Cross preschool and Swimkids Learn-to-Swim Programs, Lifesaving Society Programs, Aquacises and leadership courses. We also offer lap swimming, open swimming and family swimming from Sept to June.

Synchronized Swimming

Selkirk Syncro

Jewel McMurachy

Email: [email protected]

Selkirk Community Pool – 221 Mercy St, Selkirk, MB R1A 2C8

This swimming club runs both recreational & compet- itive programs at the Selkirk Comp. High School Pool

Special Olympics

Interlake Special Olympics

Special Olympics Manitoba. . . . .204-925-5628

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Toll Free 1-888-333-9179

Interlake Regional Leader- Ryan Croy
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Special Olympics Manitoba provides opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities to participate to their level of choice in quality athletic and sport training programs and competitive experiences.

Volleyball

Royals Girls & Boys Volleyball Club

Club Director- Chris Yuzdepski (Boys)

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Interlake – Jim Schreyer

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[email protected]

Club Director- Kyla Michalski (Girls)

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Lord Selkirk Highschool – 221 Mercy St, Selkirk, MB R1A 2C8

Girls and Boys Club Volleyball Ages 13 – 17 Tryouts are the first week of December.
Club season: Bantam: Mid-February to start of May Juvenile and Midget: Mid-January to end of May

Walking Trails

Selkirk Community Trail

Ruby Tekauz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-338-0767

Welcome to the Community Trail in Selkirk Park, located next to the Marine Museum on 490 Eveline Street (corner of Queen Ave/Eveline St) at the north end of Selkirk on the banks of the Red River. The Trail began with the Selkirk Birdwatchers Club (SBWC) wanting to develop a nature trail for birders, hikers, walkers and snowshoers to enjoy year round. Trail brochures at Department of Culture, Recreation & Green Transportation. Bicycles, quads or snowmobiles not permitted on park trails.