Children Services

What's Available?

With one of the youngest populations per capita in Saskatchewan, Kindersley boasts a multitude of programs and activities for youth in the community.

The Town of Kindersley's Community Services Department oversees a variety of programs for children throughout the year. Community-based recreational opportunities include hockey, baseball, soccer, gymnastics, swimming, and skating, among other sports.

Classes and private instruction in music, art, and dance are available to youth within Kindersley and surrounding area.

Other clubs and services groups also exist to provide opportunities for children of all ages.

The  Kindersley Youth Council plans many activities for youth within the community. 

Kindersley Play School

Playschool is a place for 3 & 4 year old children to grow as individuals. Children learn to share and take turns while playing, doing crafts and singing songs. The children gain the skills they need to be ready to start kindergarten and have the opportunity to make some friends along the way. Students must be 3 years old by December 31st and Potty Trained.

When: September through May

  • Tuesday and Thursday mornings -9:30-11:30  4-year-olds  
  • Tuesday and Thursday afternoons - 1:00-3:00 3 & 4-year-olds 
  • Wednesday and Friday mornings - 9:30-11:30  3 & 4-year-olds 
  • Wednesday and Friday afternoons - 1:00-3:00 4-year-olds only

Where: St. Paul's United Church Basement, 502 Main Street


Facebook page: Kindersley Playschool

Playschool is a cooperative. That means that we require participation from parents to operate a fun and safe environment for the children. We require that you attend one cleaning bee and, about once a month, we require you to be a duty parent. This means that you will, once a month, bring a juice or snack (whichever is assigned to you) and help out the teacher in the classroom. The duty parent’s child will be a special helper that day and will be allowed to bring something for show and tell.

West Central Early Childhood Intervention Program

The West Central Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP) has been based in Kindersley and provided services to families throughout the region for more than 25 years. The program supports families of children who are delayed in their development or at risk for delay by providing bi-weekly visits to the family home. ECIP personnel help family members learn ways to help their child progress in his/her development, and link the family to other services within the community.  Learn more at