Wellness & Leisure


For more information or to register for any of the Wellness & Leisure Committee programs
please contact the Recreation Office 306-297-3029 or email recreation.shaunavon@sasktel.net.

Download the 2018/2019 Volleyball Schedule

Location: Shaunavon Public School Gym.
Cost: $75/team to be paid by October, 29th
If you would like to play and do not have a team contact the Office and your name will be passed along to teams that are short.

Open House: Sunday November 4 from 7 – 9 pm
  Experienced Curlers – come throw some rocks and get the kinks out
  New to Curling? Come on down and one of our experienced curlers will be happy to help you.
  Brooms and sliders will be available.
New this year- Doubles (Mixed): begins Monday, November 5
  Come see what this new rave of curling is all about – you won’t be disappointed!
  Call the Curling Club Office at 306-297-2792 Ext. 2 for more information
Men’s League begins Tuesday, November 6
  Enter as a team or individual – Call Grant 306-297-7717
Mixed League begins Thursday, November 8
  Enter as a team or individual – Call Marlene 306-297-9021
Super League begins Sundays in mid-November
  Minimum 6 teams needed.
  To enter or for more information call Grant 306-297-7717
Juniors begins Monday, November 19 from 4 – 5 pm
  $50 for the season
  To enter or for more information call Wendy at 306-294-7383
Bonspiels and Events:
  Curl A Pulusa: 2 on 2 spiel, Sunday, December 9
  Boxing Day Spiel: Wednesday, December 26
  Provincial Womens’ Last Chance Qualifier: Friday, January 4 – Sunday, January 6
  Ladies Annual Bonspiel: Thursday, January 17 – Saturday, January 19
  Men’s Annual Bonspiel: Friday, March 1 - Sunday, March 3
  Farmer’s Mixed Bonspiel: Wednesday, March 13 – Saturday, March 16
  Oilmens’ Annual Bonspiel: Saturday, March 23
  Family Funspiel: Sunday, March 24
Call the Shaunavon Curling Club Office located at CPWC at 306-297-2792 extension 2 if you would like more information on any curling leagues or events. Leave a message and your call will be returned.

Begins October 29th
Every Monday, Tuesday & Thursday from 9-11am - until the end of March
Location:Crescent Point Wickenheiser Centre
Cost: Free

WEDNESDAY Evenings from 7 - 9pm (please note date and time change)
Shaunavon Public School Gym
Ages 16 & up
Please bring your own paddles if you have them - there will be some available at the gym.

Mondays & Wednesdays
Drop in from 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Crescent Point Wickenheiser Centre
Cost: Free

CPWC Rink Schedule

Please check back often as this schedule is subject to change.

**ALL skaters under the age of 18 are required to wear a helmet at all times while on the ice during general skate and shinny times.

The email noted at the top of this calendar is not monitored, please do not send
emails to this address, thank you.


As the Director of Wellness and Leisure, Dana co-ordinates recreation programming
and activities for Shaunavon and area residents.

The Wellness and Leisure Office is located in the
Crescent Point Wickenheiser Centre - 2nd Floor
at 201 7th Ave. W.
Box 1047, Shaunavon, Sk S0N 2M0
OPEN Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 4 PM.
Phone: 306-297-3029
Email: recreation.shaunavon@sasktel.net


As the Director of Operations, Ron is responsible for all of Shaunavon's Parks, Facilities and Public Works operations.

Visit the Parks & Facilities page to learn about these Town of Shaunavon amenities.

To contact Ron, please call the Town Office at 306-294-7875

Wellness & Leisure Committee

Members of The Wellness and Leisure Committee include:
Councillor Riley Kornfeld - Chairman
Councillor Karri-Anne Sachkowski, Councillor Garrett Thienes, Sara Stukings,
Shawn Lingenfelter, Dr. Andrew Stoll, Kenny Billington, Garnet Stevenson,
Grant Selvig, Connie Allemand,
Ron Phillips - Director of Operations

2016 Wellness & Leisure Audited Financial Statement

The Wellness and Leisure Committee, in collaboration with its community partners provides and supports the development of a healthy vibrant community dedicated to promote activities and programs within its recreational and leisure services. The committee is committed to include all community members in its programming goals.

The Wellness and Leisure Committee held its first meeting in September of 2010. Previously, there were three boards which undertook the recreational activities in Shaunavon; the Recreation Board, the Jubilee Arena Board and the Curling Club. During the re-establishment of the recreational department, the Town of Shaunavon reconstructed its Parks and Recreation Department, making parks and recreation two separate entities and ascertained The Wellness and Leisure Committee as the new board for recreation.

The Wellness and Leisure Committee is focused on providing the entire community with recreational and leisure services. The committees mandate focuses on the wellness of Shaunavon’s residents and supports a healthy and active environment. The committee promotes community members to make positive health choices and to participate in physical and recreational activities.

Currently, Shaunavon recreational area holds a swimming pool, which was first re-opened in 1985. The swimming pool offers more than an escape from the warm summer months; learn to swim, fitness and recreational swimming opportunities are offered to the surrounding community. There are three ball diamonds which support the local slow pitch and minor ball leagues. Located in this recreational area, one can find washrooms, a concession booth and tennis courts. In recent years a skate board park has been added to this area.

The Town of Shaunavon launched the Crescent Point Wickenheiser Centre in July 2011. The center holds an NHL size hockey rink and curling rink, it is one of the biggest Center’s ever built in the South-West region of Saskatchewan. The Centre has been named in honor of Hayley Wickenheiser, who is said to be one of the greatest female hockey players of all time.

As an active community, the Wellness and Leisure Committee believes that all members have the right to a safe, healthy and active environment. The committee is working hard to ensure that this belief is present for each and every community member.