5 Things to Do in Kindersley This Winter
Kindersley has activities for all ages and interests. Here are 5 tips of fun things you can do in Kindersley this winter with friends, family, and on your own. Find more activities and programs on our website under the the Things to Do heading.
#1 Attend an Event
Our community facilities are busy with events year-round, whether they are hockey games, concerts, theatre performances, fundraisers, or trade/craft shows. Cheer on a local team, socialize with your friends, and take part in the many activities our community has to offer all ages. Find more information or submit your event at https://kindersley.ca/calendar
#2 Toboggan on the New Colman Park hill
Since 2015, neighbours from Hahn Crescent and Colman Crescent have worked together to design a new community park. Community feedback showed strong support for a toboggan hill, so groundwork for the park began and the first phase was completed in fall 2017 with a new toboggan hill for all to enjoy!
#3 Play Basketball, Volleyball, and Curling
The Kindersley Curling Club offers a new beginner program for all skill levels that welcomes all ages to try curling. This new Friday evening program is a great opportunity to try something new and socialize. More into shooting baskets? Or diving for spikes? Indoor programs for basketball and volleyball run weekly in the evenings for teenagers and adults to get active and have fun. Find contact information at kindersley.ca/thingstodo/sportsrecreation
#4 Public skating and shinny on an outdoor rink
Kindersley boasts 3 outdoor rinks (McGowan Park, Rosedale, and Kinsmen Park) that are maintained by Town staff and volunteers all winter. These rinks are available for public use from 8am to 11pm daily depending on weather conditions. Grab a friend or family member and head over to one of these awesome rinks for some activity and fun! Map of Kindersley Parks and Playgrounds
#5 Snowshoe or cross-country ski
This is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and get excited about a fresh blanket of snow! Strap on a pair of cross-country skis or snowshoes and trek through the open space in Jurassic Park (along Ditson Drive) or alongside the Motherwell Reservoir's Community Walking Trail. Haven't tried it before? All the more reason to start! It's a fun activity to do with friends and family, or even on your own.
Date Updated: December 27, 2017 - 11:55 AM