68th annual Roblin Park Carnival is January 16-22, 2017
The 68th annual Roblin Park Winter Carnival will take place from January 16-22, 2017 and is going to be bigger and better than ever!
Hockey Tournament- Age 5/6 & Age 7/8
Roblin Park depends on the contribution of members of the community to help out with events and programming. Over the course of the coming season, we'll be seeking volunteers for several events and our club's canteen. Along with helping the club continue to be the most vibrant and active community centre in Winnipeg, volunteer shifts also go towards covering the volunteer bonds required for minor hockey.
Jackrabbits is a fun and non-competitive introduction into hockey and learning basic skating skills. The recommended age is 5-8 years old. We skate outdoors at Roblin Park Community Centre every Saturday from 2:30 - 4 pm (weather permitting) starting as soon as we have outdoor ice and we skate until the first week in March.
Minor hockey registration is now complete. If you have not submitted your $200 volunteer bond, please contact our hockey director Kevin Schiller to make arrangements.
Visit our Kids Club & Tiny Tots page for complete information about our nursery school, pre-school and school age childcare programs.
Chito-Ryu Karate class
Try two classes free!
Kids 6 - 7 pm
Adults 7 - 8 pm
Chito-Ryu is a traditional Japanese style of Karate. It offers self defense training as well as excellent physical conditioning. The students develop a greater sense of self-confidence, focus and learn to respect themselves and others. The karate classes are fun and interactive; no special athletic ability or skill is required.
Chito-Ryu can be practised by anyone that has the motivation to improve themselves. Our style develops a well rounded fighter. It teaches striking, blocking, throws, joint locks, offensive and defensive attacks as well as rolls and break falls. We also offer a strong sport karate opportunity through Karate Manitoba, there's no limit to how far you can take the competition side of the art.
For more information please visit www.NoFearKarate.com.