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Archery
ATV Club
Badminton
Baseball
Biking
Canoeing
Community Event Board
Curling
Family Day
Figure Skating
Fitness
Gardening
Hiking
Hockey
Karate
Kayaking
Lawn Bowling
March Break Program
Marquee Sign
Paddling
Peninsula Bruce Trail Club
Pickleball
Power Skating
Rowing
Senior Games
Seniors Workshops
Shinny Hockey
Skating
Skiing
Snowshoeing
Snowmobiling
Soccer
Swimming
Tai Chi
Tennis
Volleyball
Walking
Yoga
Zumba 

 

Archery
The Archery Club meets at the Bruce Peninsula Sportsmen Association Tuesdays evenings.  Karen Van Nest and Phil Henderson, members of BPSA, have rejuvenated the adult archery program to include junior and adult participation throughout the year. Karen is an active Canadian Para-Archery Team Member and Phil is an NCCP level 2 coach and provincial judge.  Come out on a Tuesday evening to see what goes on!  For further information, contact Donna Maginnis at 519-795-7555. 

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ATV Club
The mission of the South Bruce Peninsula ATV Club is to design, develop, maintain and monitor safe ATV Trails in the Bruce Peninsula Region.  Members are not buying a permit, they are joining a club.  Visitor passes also available.  For further information, contact the ATV Club.

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Sauble Badminton
Recreational badminton for all abilities from teens to seniors at Amabel Sauble School, from September to May, Wednesdays 7:00-9:00 pm.  For further information, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132.

2018 Fees:
   - $7.00 per resident per night
   - $8.00 per non resident per night
   - $75.00 per resident per year (January-December)
   - $80.00 per non resident pre year (January-December)

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Baseball
Wiarton & District Minor Ball home games are at Bluewater Park and Dan Davidson ball diamonds in Wiarton.  Registration will be held March 20 & 27, 2019, 6-8 pm at Gateway Haven.  For further information, contact Deb at 519-534-2331 or Amanda at 519-534-5340. 

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Biking
Mountain bikers, hikers, cross-country skiers and snowshoers can enjoy approximately 20 km of trail ranging from single to double-track at the Bruce Peninsula Mountain Biking Adventure Park. 

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Curling

Allenford Curling Club
Looking for a great way to spend your winter?  Join the Allenford Curling Club, located at 10 Alice Street, for one of the many curling programs available.  For more information, contact Neil Rourke at 519-935-2420. 

Wiarton and District Curling Club
Wiarton and District Curling Club, located at 563 George Street, offers men's, ladies, mixed and youth programs since 1963.  Everyone is welcome and no experience required.  For more information or to register, contact Gary Roberts at 519-534-5703. 

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Family Day
Looking for ways to have FUN with the whole family on Family Day?  Look no further as the Town of South Bruce Peninsula has spectacular activities planned all day long on Monday, February 18th, 2019 for Free!

Join a Horse drawn sleigh around Bluewater Park from 10am-12 noon courtesy of the Town of South Bruce Peninsula.  Loading and unloading at the parking lot by the boat launch.

Want to enjoy the outdoors?  Strap on your skis or snowshoes and take a tour around the Sauble Cross Country Ski Trails open for free all day.  Suntrail Outfitters will be onsite with free equipment to try.  Then get warmed up in the clubhouse from 11 am-1 pm with a hot dog, apple cider and hot chocolate.  The Clubhouse is located at 931 Sauble Parkway, north of the Sauble Falls Bridge.

The Bruce Peninsula Sportsmen's Association are holding a BBQ and Archery Instruction from 11-2 pm.  Drop in for a tour of the fish hatchery, try your archery skills and finish off with a BBQ in the club house, located off County Road 13 between Wiarton and Oliphant.

Billiards anyone?  Try a game of Pool at Lloyd's Smoke Shop, Wiarton 10 am-4 pm. 

Looking for a little exercise?  Strap on your skates for a free skate at the Wiarton Arena from 1-3 pm courtesy of RBC.

Then for the grand finale ... 4:30-6:30 pm at the Wiarton Propeller Club, enjoy a delicious Spaghetti Dinner cooked by Chef Andy and served by special guests.  Dessert is courtesy of Wiarton Foodland and Fretz's ValuMart. 

Once you're finished eating, have fun singing Karaoke with Lenny at the Wiarton Propeller Club from 5-6:30 pm.  Lenny will provide the music and the words and all you need is your voice!

There are countless ways to enjoy the great outdoors by hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, tobogganing or building a snowman!  Want to stay indoors? Play a board game, colour/draw pictures, make a puzzle or build a fort with pillows.  Ask your kids what they would like to do and have fun doing it with them.  Most important, do it as a family!

Family Day is a great opportunity for families to spend time together playing, laughing and having fun together.  We encourage you and your family to play together for Family Day 2019

For further information, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132.  

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Wiarton Figure Skating Club
Wiarton Skating Club teaching skating skills for boys and girls ages 3 and up at the Wiarton Arena.  Participants skate Friday evenings October through to March.  Watch the Wiarton Echo for registration dates.  For further information, call 519-534-5734. 

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Fitness

Outdoor Fitness Equipment
Need a little exercise but don't have any fitness equipment?  Now you can start to tone up at Bluewater Park and Sauble Beach!  Four locations at Sauble Beach and five stations in Bluewater Park.  Users apply their own body weight as resistance for a cardio vascular and resistance workout.  A high quality workout for novice to experienced.

 

Phoenix Fitness Room
The Phoenix Fitness Room at Peninsula Shores District School is available September to June, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7:00-10:00 pm, at no charge to the public as a fitness/weight room.  Equipment includes a treadmill, two elliptical machines, an exercise bike, a bow flex machine, free weights, stability balls and medicine balls.  If you are interested in using the weight room, please contact: Kris Klages, 519-363-2014 ext. 2007

 

Wiarton Fitness Centre
The Wiarton Fitness Centre is a full service co-ed fitness facility located at 580 Berford Street.  Numerous classes to take part in such as: Spin, Tabata & Cardio Sculpt, Power Yoga, Pilates, Booty Barre, Stability Ball, Boot Camp, Kids Yoga, Personal Training & so much more for all ages & levels!  Memberships, class passes & drop in passes for residents and tourists.  Fully certified staff.  For further information, contact the Fitness Centre at 519-534-6000. 

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Gardening

Wiarton Community Garden
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Do you enjoy gardening but don't have the space or the equipment?
     - Would you like to learn how to square foot garden?
     - Would you like to eat fresh vegetables that aren't expensive and know where they came from?

Rent a Community Garden today!  Located behind Gateway Haven, County of Bruce Long Term Care (access on Mary Street), there are 20 square foot gardens available to rent each growing season.  In partnership between the Town of South Bruce Peninsula and the County of Bruce. Growing a healthy community, one garden at a time!

For further information, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132.  

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Hockey

Bruce Peninsula Minor Hockey
Bruce Peninsula Minor Hockey offers quality hockey programs for youth ages 4 and up from October to March at Wiarton and Lions Head Arenas.  For further information, contact Minor Hockey Rep

Men's Pick-up Hockey
Strap on your skates for a fun game of pick up hockey Fridays 11:30 am-1:00 pm at the Wiarton Arena.  For further information, call 519-534-2865. 

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Karate
Grey Bruce Ryusei Karate-Do is a traditional style of karate that combines the punches, kicks, strikes and blocks typical of karate as well as throws, joint locks and pressure point tactics.  The focus is on self-defence and realizing individual potential in martial arts.  Not a sports-oriented group.

Instructors - Peter Zehr and Matt Mannerow, 5th degree black belt, Shihan (Master Instructors) - Both have travelled to Japan to train directly under Sakamoto Sensei, head of Ryusei Karate-Do International.

What to wear - Comfortable clothes (i.e. track pants, t-shirt), you will be in your bare feet.  Speak to the instructor if you are interested in purchasing a karate uniform (gi).

Location - Peninsula Shores District School Gymnasium, 115 George Street, Wiarton

Ages:
     - Children - ages 5-11
     - Youth - ages 12-16
     - Adults - ages 17+

Times:
     - Children: 7:00-8:00 pm
     - Youth: 7:00-8:30 pm
     - Adult: 7:00-8:30 pm
     - Black Belt: 7:00-9:00 pm

Program partially subsidized by Bluewater District School Board and the Ministry of Education under the Priority Community Use of Schools Program.

For further information, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132.  

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Sauble Beach Lawn Bowling Club Are you looking for summer fun?  Try Lawn Bowling at the Sauble Sandpipers Lawn Bowling Club!  A game of fun and skill for everyone.  Free lessons with no obligation.  For more information, call Jerry Ayres at 519-422-1343. 

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March Break Program

Please note the program has been cancelled for 2019 due to low registrations.

Your kids will not only have fun but make new friends at March Break Madness!  Activities include:
   - Monday, March 11 - Go Bananas Adventure Climbing, Kitchener - bus leaves at 7:30am SHARP
   - Tuesday, March 12 - Sleigh Ride at Dual Acres & Games/Tour of Grey Roots - bus leave at 9:15am
   - Wednesday, March 13 - LaserQuest Laser Tag, Kitchener - bus leave at 7:30am SHARP
   - Thursday, March 14 - Bowling at Westside Bowl and movie at Galaxy Theatre Owen Sound - bus leaves at 9:15am

Registration:
   - $25 per person per day
   - Tuesday, February 26, 5-6pm, Hepworth School
   - Tuesday, February 27, 5-6pm, Community Services Dept. (Ross Whicher Centre)
   - Register at Community Services Department after February 27, 8:30am-4:30pm

- Registration is limited on a first come first served basis - seating on bus is limited
- For children in grades 1-8 except Wednesday for grades 3-8
- Children with special needs must be accompanied by own support worker or parent
- Online waiver must be completed for Go Bananas on Monday
- LUNCH NOT PROVIDED! Children must bring their own lunch each day.
- Children may bring a small amount of money for snacks on Monday & Thursday at McDonalds on way home and Thursday at Movies
- Drop off and pick up each day at Propeller Club, 575 Edward Street, Wiarton.
- Drop off times MUST be adhered to
- Pick up each day no later than 4:30pm
- Schedules subject to change
- For more information, contact Joanne at 519-534-0135

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Paddling

Canoeing and Kayaking
Tired of watching from shore?  Paddle out on a SUP, kayak or canoe.  With a number of inland lakes and rivers, the Town of South Bruce Peninsula has an exceptionally varied selection of paddling routes - something for all skill levels.  Explore the Bruce for a canoe or kayak route you may be interested in.

Bruce Peninsula Rowing Club
Never rowed in your life, no problem come row with the Bruce Peninsula Rowing Club!  They will take you out on Lake Huron and around the Fishing Islands and teach you how to row and enjoy time on the water. For many, rowing is a fun relaxing way of staying in shape and for others it is a very important part of their life.  For further information, contact Bruce Peninsula Rowing Club at 519-534-4090. 

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Pickleball
The fastest growing sport in North America!  Pickleball was created with one thing in mind: fun!  It was designed to be easy to learn and play whether you're 21 or 85 or somewhere in between.  A combination of table tennis, badminton and tennis, Pickleball is traditionally played on a badminton-sized court with special paddles (similar to table tennis), made of wood or high-tech aerospace materials.  The ball used is similar to a wiffleball, but slightly smaller.  The lower net and wiffleball allow the game to be accessible to people of all ages and abilities, while still allowing more competitive players to play.  Veteran players will show new players how to play, including rules, how to hit the ball, etc.

What to Bring: Comfortable clothes, indoor tennis shoes that are non-marking soles and provide stability for side-to-side movement.  Also, bring along some water to keep you hydrated.  Racquets and balls available for use.

Dates, Times, Location, Fees:
     Mondays & Thursdays - 7:00-9:00 pm - year round
     - Tuesdays - 7:00-9:00 pm - January-June & September-December
     - Amabel Sauble School Gym
     - $5.00 per night per resident
     - $6.00 per night per non resident
     - $95.00 per year (January-December) per resident
     - $120.00 per year (January-December) per non resident
     - Ages 21 years & over welcome!
     - Dates and times subject to change

For further information, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132.  

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Power Skating
Not available at this time.

For further information, contact Bruce Peninsula Minor Hockey, or Wiarton Skating Club, 519-534-5734. 

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Senior Games
The Town of South Bruce Peninsula hosts Seniors Games each spring including contract bridge, shuffleboard, solo, euchre, 4-handed bid euchre, pickleball and tennis. Senior Games are geared towards adults 55 years of age and over. These games have been designed to attract amateur athletes to help promote an active and healthy lifestyle and become involved in friendly levels of competition. 

Participants can register at Town Hall in Wiarton, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Registration fee per person is $5.00 for first event, $1.00 for each additional event.  Watch the Wiarton Echo for events dates and time to be scheduled!

Top 3 finishers qualify to advance to District 27 Senior Games, with events held in Hepworth, Sauble Beach, Wiarton, Chesley, Tara, Paisley, Walkerton, Kincardine, Hanover, Owen Sound, and Port Elgin.

For further information, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132.  

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Seniors Workshops
Free 2019 Seniors' Workshops Series presented in partnership with the Town of South Bruce Peninsula and the Province of Ontario, Seniors Active Living Centre (SALC) program:

Homeopathy
   - Tuesday, February 26, 1-3 pm
   - Sauble Beach Community Centre
   - Linda Fraser-Waldmann, Calssical Homeopath
Take an afternoon to get acquainted with homeopathy.  Linda will give a brief overview of homeopathy from its origins in 1796 to what it can to for our health care today in 2019.  This workshop will inform ou of the healing power that homeopathic mnedicine has to offer.

Safety Products for Seniors
   - Tuesday, March 12, 10 am-12 noon (Lunch provided for those also registered in afternoon workshop)
   - Wiarton Community Centre
   - Sandra Chamberlain, Parker Home Health Care
There are numerous products available for seniors to help them remain in the comfort of their home.  Sandra will share some of the products available on the market today that will make your life easier.

Hearing
   - Tuesday, March 12, 1-3 pm
   - Wiarton Community Centre
   - Kristina Hill, Audiologist, Grey Bruce Audiology
Having trouble hearing your grandkids when they visit? Or when you are in a large crowd?  Kristina will share some new technology coming out.

Homemade Easy Care Herb & Veggie Planters - CLASS FULL - Call to be added to waiting list
   - Tuesday, March 19, 10am-12noon (lunch provided for those also registered in afternoon workshop)
   - Wiarton Community Centre
   - Julie Anne Lamberts, By the Bluffs Eco-Plant Nursery
Learn the essential components of a self-watering container garden so you can recreate one using what's on hand in your own home.  This workshop will give you hands-on experience while working in groups.  Four lucky participants will bring home their very own self-watering container.

Terrariums and Dish Gardens - CLASS FULL - Call to be added to waiting list
   - Tuesday, March 19, 1-3 pm
   - Wiarton Community Centre
   - Amy Petersen, Registered Horicultural Therapist
Explore the world of Horticultural Therapy and the benefits of working with plants.  In this workshop, we will select tropical plants that grow well together in a pot or in a glass container.  Bring your own unique vessel from home (a teapot, vase, dish, etc.) or select one for $3.  Your dish garden is yours to take home and enjoy.

Care, Feeding & Raising Monarch Butterflies
   - Tuesday, March 21, 9am-12:30 pm
   - Sauble Beach Community Centre
   - Ruth Richardson
The caterpillar goes through five major distinct stages of growth.  Ruth will share how to build a "home" to care, feed and raise Monarch Butterflies.

 Neurological Health
   - Tuesday, March 26, 10am-12noon (lunch provided for those also registered in afternoon workshop)
   - Sauble Beach Community Centre
   - Dr. Kathleen Finlay, Naturopathic Doctor
Naturopathic Medicine offers you a choice to make the necessary changes towards optimal health. Education is the key.  Neurological Health for memory and aging and neurological diseases will be discussed by Dr. Kathleen Finlay.

Health Care Services
   - Tuesday, March 26, 1-2 pm
   - Sauble Beach Community Centre
   - Cheryl Hickey, South West Local Health Integration Network
You and/or your family member may need health-care support and Cheryl can open the door to a world of options and opportuntiies available at home or in the community by the South West LHNIN. 

Space is limited for all workshops - Participants must pre-register. 

For further information or to register, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132. 

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Signs

Community Event Board
If you have a Community Event that takes place within the Town of South Bruce Peninsula, you may want to advertise on the Community Event Board.  Non-profits groups and organization may submit a request and display their event board for up to three (3) weeks.  The applicant is responsible for ordering and the cost of the sign once approved by Town staff.  Town staff is responsible for installation and taking down the sign

For further information, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132.  

 

Marquee Sign
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Are you a local group or organization in the Town of South Bruce Peninsula?
     - Do you have an event you would like to advertise?

Complete and submit a form to post your event on the marquee sign in front of the Town Hall in Wiarton and/or the entrance to the Sauble Beach Community Centre.  Try to keep the information as brief as possible with specific details i.e. what, when, where, fees, contact person as space is limited.  Message may be displayed up to a maximum of 14 days prior to the event.  No businesses or for-profit groups or organization within the Town of South Bruce Peninsula will be permitted to display messages.

The Town of South Bruce Peninsula reserves the right to edit submitted messages, if necessary.  The Town of South Bruce Peninsula also reserves the right not to display submitted messages.

For further information, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132. 

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2018-2019 Shinny Hockey Times
     - December 1, 2018-March 23, 2019: Saturday 4:00-5:00 pm
     - Excluding February 2, March 16, 2019
     - Dates and times subject to change

PD Day Shinny Hockey
     - 
October 26, November 23, 2018, February 1, 2019: 3:00-4:00 pm

Christmas Break Shinny Hockey
      -
December 27, 28, January 2, 3, 4: 3:00-4:00 pm 

Family Day Shinny Hockey
     -
February 18: 3:00-4:00 pm

March Break Family Shinny Hockey
     -
March 11, 13, 14, 15: 3:00-4:00 pm

Shinny Hockey Admission
     -
$5.00 per person

Shinny Hockey Rules of Conduct
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Participants must wear full hockey equipment, including a C.S.A. approved hockey helmet
     - Coaches are not allowed to bring players or teams to practice
     - No rough play such as body contact, slap shots, fighting, etc.
     - Keep the shifts short to allow everyone to get good ice time, approximately 1-2 minutes shifts

For further information or to rent ice time, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132. 

 

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2018-2019 SKATING TIMES
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October 1, 2018-March 24, 2019

Public Skating
     -
Saturday 12:30-2:30 pm & 5:00-6:30 pm and Sunday 1:00-3:00 pm
     - Excluding for October 6 (1:00-2:30pm), October 27, 2018, January 1, February 2, 3, March 16, 2019

Parent & Tots Skating
     -
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10:30-11:30 am
     - Excluding October 8, 2018

Adults Only Skating
     -
Monday & Wednesday 11:30-1:30 pm & Friday 1:00-2:00 pm
     - Excluding October 8, 26, November 23, December 24, 26, 28, 31, 2018, January 1, 2 (11:30am-1pm), January 4, February 1, February 18 (11:30am-1pm), March 11 (11:30 am-1:00 pm), March 13 (11:30 am-1:00 pm), March 15

PD Day Skating
     -
October 26, November 23, (February 1: 1:00-3:00 pm - courtesy of Wiarton Lions Club)

Free Christmas Break Family Skating:

Date
 Time
Sponsored by:
December 22
12:30-2:30 pm
CUPE Local 255
December 23
1:00-3:00 pm CUPE Local 255
December 27
1:00-3:00 pm Wiarton Dental
December 28
1:00-3:00 pm Wiarton Optimist Club
December 29
12:30-2:30 pm
Tim Hortons
December 30
1:00-3:00 pm Tim Hortons
December 31
1:00-3:00 pm Davis Contracting
January 2
1:00-3:00 pm Wiarton Dental
January 3
1:00-3:00 pm Wiarton Dental
January 4
1:00-3:00 pm Sauble River & Spry Lake Campgrounds
January 5
12:30-2:30 pm
Sauble River & Spry Lake Campgrounds
January 5
5:00-6:30 pm Tim Hortons
January 6
1:00-3:00 pm Tim Hortons

 

Family Day Skating
     -
February 18: 1:00-3:00 pm - courtesy of RBC

March Break Family Skating
     -
March 11-15: 1:00-3:00 pm

Skating Admission
     -
$2.50 per person, $6.00 per immediate family
     - Season passes available at Town Hall
     - Dates and times subject to change

Public Skating Rules of Conduct on Ice Surface
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All participants must wear skates while on the ice
     - No food or drink
     - No foul language, inappropriate behaviour, horseplay, tag, racing, games, rough play, etc.
     - No throwing snow
     - Skate on as fast as the general flow of skaters
     - Skate with the direction of all skaters
     No use of headsets, cell phones or hand-held electronic devices
     - No carrying of children is permitted
     - No balls, pucks, chairs, pylons, sticks or any other item which might interfere with the safety of any skater on the ice
     The middle of the ice surface is reserved for children and less confident skaters
     Approved skate aids are permitted in the centre ice area only
     - It is recommended that all skaters wear CSA approved helmets
     Wheelchairs & children in strollers are permitted with the accompaniment of a responsible person age 16 or older with skates on
     - Wheelchair wheels must be cleaned of sand & salt prior to entering the ice surface
     - CSA approved helmets are required for wheelchair occupants
     Wheelchair users are asked to use the perimeter of the ice closest to the boards
     - Patrons must leave ice surface when ice surfacing doors open
     - Do not proceed onto the ice surface until the ice resurfacer is off the ice and the gates are closed
     - Report all accidents or injuries to staff immediately
     - Respect staff at all times.  Listen to and follow staff's instructions.
     - Staff may ask patrons to leave if rules are not adhered to

For further information, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132. 

 

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Skiing and Snowshoeing

Sauble Beach Cross Country Ski Club
Located at 931 Sauble Falls Parkway, the Sauble Beach Cross Country Ski Club offers day and season passes on their many trails that run through forest areas east of the Rankin River.  Warm up in the Chalet after being out on 18km ski trails and 13km snowshoe trails.  Contact the Sauble Beach Cross Country Ski Club for further information.

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Snowmobiling
Winter is treasured in Bruce County with over 1000 kms of groomed snowmobile trails connecting our long, scenic county with lots of accommodations, restaurants and other services to keep you warm, happy and moving. Our trails do not cross any bodies of water and we are linked to major Ontario snowmobile trails.

Sauble Sno-Riders meet regularly through the snowmobiling season and interested snowmobilers are welcome to any of the meetings.  Join in every Saturday throughout the snowmobile season for a group ride! Meet at the Sauble Golf and Country Club on Saturday morning.  For general enquiries, contact the Sauble Sno-Riders

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Soccer

Sauble Beach Minor Soccer
Sauble Soccer Association plays games and practice at the Amabel Sauble School, 555 Sauble Falls Parkway, Sauble Beach.  Registration will take place March 25 & 28, 2019, 6:30-8:30 pm at Amabel Sauble School Community Room.  For further information on the website www.saublesoccer.com or contact Terry Arnold at 519-934-3767.

Indoor Soccer
Indoor soccer for adults and youth at Peninsula Shores District School is available September to June, Mondays 7:30-9:30 pm.  For further information,contact: Kris Klages, 519-363-2014 ext. 2007

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Public Swimming
Cool off during those hot summer days at the Bluewater Park Pool!   
     - June 30-mid August 2018:
            - Monday-Sunday 2:00-4:30 pm
            - Monday & Thursday 6:00-7:00 pm
            - Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 6:00-8:00 pm
     - Dates and times subject to change

Swimming Admission
     -
$3.00 per person
     - $10.00 per immediate family per day
     - Weekly and season passes available

Public Swimming Admittance Requirements
     -
Children 6 years of age and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is at least 16 years of age and is
        responsible for their direct supervision
     - Maximum of two children 6 years of age and under per guardian
     - We encourage all our swimmers to swim with a buddy
     - Individuals must be able to completely swim two widths of the pool and surface support for one minute, to use the deep end
     - In the interest of public health and safety, the Lifesaving Society suggest that individuals with serious medical condition
        should be directly supervised by an adult who is familiar with the condition and the appropriate treatment 

Aquafit
   - Monday & Thursday 7-8pm
   - $8.00 per class, $92 2 classes/week 8 weeks

Lane Swim
    - Monday & Thursday 7-8pm
    - $3.00 per person per day

Pool Rentals
    - Having a birthday and don't know what to do with the kids? Rent the Wiarton pool!
    - Saturday & Sunday 4:30-5:30 pm
    - $95.00 per hour
    - includes 2 lifeguards and use of equipment (maximum 50 participants)

For further information on swimming programs available, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132. 

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Tai Chi
Everyone welcome to experience Taoist Tai Chi at the Sauble Beach Community Centre.  Beginner and continuing classes available.  For further information, contact Paul Thompson, 519-371-9179. 

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Tennis
The nets on the tennis courts are installed each spring until late fall ready for play.  Whether you are a pro or have never played tennis, the Wiarton and Sauble Beach Tennis Courts are the place to be.  The courts are located at Bannister Park across from Sauble Beach Community Centre and on Lakeshore Blvd. north of 11th Street and in Bluewater Park in Wiarton.

Are you here on vacation?  What better way to get a little exercise by playing a round of tennis and cool off in the water after.  Daily and season passes available.

Don't have equipment?  You can borrow tennis racquets & tennis balls from the Train Station in Bluewater Park.

The seasoned players will show you how the game is played and how to keep track of the score at one of the Tennis Club:
     - Sauble Beach Tennis Association - Call 519-422-3046. 
     - Join in on the fun on Monday evenings at 7:00 pm for Adult Round Robins at Bannister Park Tennis Courts

     - Wiarton Tennis Club - contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132.
     - Join Round Robin play Mondays and Fridays 10:00 am-12 noon and Wednesdays 4:00-6:00 pm at Bluewater Park Tennis Courts

Each summer a Tennis Camp is held at Bluewater Park with Tennis Pro, Dot Roy.  Look for the Recreation Guide for further details. 

For further information, contact Recreation Programmer at 519-534-1400 ext. 132. 

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Volleyball

Co-ed Adult Volleyball
Join in for a fun and easy game of recreational volleyball everyone will enjoy at Peninsula Shores District School.  Encouraging and competitive environment for all skill levels on Wednesdays 7:00-9:30 pm, September to June.  For further information, contact Caleb Hull at 519-534-2022. 

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Walking and Hiking
Lose the loafers, give the heels a break, lace up your hiking boots and head for the trails!  Walk the many hiking trails while discovering rare wildflowers, trees and ferns; see unique and fascinating rock formations and the beautiful turquoise water of Georgian Bay. 

Indoor Walking
Looking for a safe place to walk indoors?  Peninsula Shores District School is the place to go.  Tuesday and Thursday, 7-9pm, September 18, 2018-June 13, 2019.  For further information, contact the Bluewater District School Board.

Peninsula Bruce Trail Club
The Peninsula Bruce Trail Club is one of 9 Bruce Trail Clubs that support the mandate of the Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC).  From Wiarton to Tobermory the footpaths total over 240 km.  Self-guided and guided tours available, as well as volunteer opportunities.  Contact the Peninsula Bruce Trail Club for further information. 

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Yoga

Sauble Beach Yoga
Sauble Beach Yoga offers various classes in Sauble Beach and Oliphant.  For class times, dates and more information, contact Elaine Tutte at 519-534-1108.

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Zumba Gold Dance Fitness
Fun dance fitness for anyone with classes offered in Sauble Beach & Wiarton.  For class times, dates and more information, contact BJ Guest, Licensed Zumba Instructor, 519-534-3687. 

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