Check our Facebook page "Shelburne Municipal Recreation & Parks" for the most up to date information about programs and events. Scroll down for information on our upcoming programs and an overview of the programs/activities we offer throughout the year.
To register for a program go to our Registration Page
UPCOMING PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES-Summer 2021
Summer Time Punch Card Challenge July 14-August 18
Prize: $50 gift certificate to a local business of your choice
Prize Draw: August 19
If you have any questions or need a hint message email or call 902-875-3544 ext 229
Let's Walk Challenge
Let's Walk! Join our walking challenge July 18 to August 29.Track your daily steps and report your steps weekly.Participate as an individual or create a workplace team (up to 4 people per team). The individual and workplace team with the most steps at the end of August will win gift certificiates to a local business of their choice.Track your steps using a free app on your smart phone or loan out a pedometer for free (limited supplies).To participate or for more information contact Benn Himmelman at 902-875-2831 or
Storybook Trail-Summer Edition
Check out the Roseway River Trail this summer. Every 2nd Friday (starting June 25th) we will be putting out a different storybook. Start trail from the Roseway River side (closest to Town).
Programs/Activities offered throughout the year:
Anthony Gosbee Recreational Hockey is a program designed for children to learn the fundamentals of hockey in a way that is fun and affordable. The program runs Saturday mornings during the hockey season at the Shelburne County Arena. Ages 4+
Summer Recreation Programs We offer a wide vareity of programs and events for all ages each summer. We run week long day camps for children ages 5-12 offered from July to August, that include, sports, cooking, arts & crafts, outdoor activities and more! We also offer Swimming lessons (Pre-school and Levels 1-10). There are also special events for all ages including, outdoor movies at the Islands Park, geocaching, archery and kayaking clinics. The Summer Fun Guide is available in early June and includes all program information and how to register.
Community Use Programs take place at the Shelburne Regional High School and are offered throughout the year. Find out about program listings and more information about Community Use at SRHS.
Art Happening for Seniors is an art based, 4-week program designed for older adults and seniors. Each week a different art project for all abilities is completed with instruction from local artists.
Learn to Skate for Adults is a program to learn how to skate or improve skating skills and takes place at the Shelburne County Arena.
Active Start Basketball Programs are offered to children ages 3-5 and 5-6 for 6 sessions from January to March. The programs focus on teaching fundamental movement skills and basic basketball skills though fun games and activities.
March Break Activities are offered free to families during March Break. This includes activitites such as public skating, open gym time and outdoor activities.
Run Jump Throw is an afterschool program for children in grades 3-6 held in the Spring. It teaches the basic movement skills of running, jumping and throwing through fun, age appropriate Track & Field based activities. The aim is for participants to have fun, gain or improve movement skills and to learn about and experience the sport of Track & Field.
Multi-Sport After School Program is a free program for children in grades 2-3. It runs twice a week for 4 weeks and provides an opportunity for children to try out different sports available within our community.
Youth Leadership Program is for youth in grades 8-10 who are interested in developing leadership skills and gaining volunteer experience, primarily working with children. The program is free and consists of 2.5 days of mandatory orientation/training at the beginnig of July and at least one week volunteering at a Municipal summer day camp during July and August. Recreation Staff will do classroom visits at both SRHS & LRHS in early June to talk about the program and provide the application to youth who are interested.
Humans VS Zombies is an epic game of tag for children in grades 4-6 that includes missions which must be completed for humans to survive the Zombie Apocalypse. Held at Islands Park at the end of October, it is two hours of heart pounding fun!
Kayak and Canoe Try It Clinics are offered seperately to give people the chance to try them out and learn basic paddling and safety skills. All equipment is provided including kayaks, canoes, paddles and lifejackets as well as any other safety gear.