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Free drop-in floor hockey starts Oct 16

We’ll be up an running starting Sunday, October 16 until Sunday, December 4.

The program is for kids ages 6-12 and goes from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. every Sunday.

It's entirely free and sticks, nets and goalie equipment is provided.

The canteen will be open!

Hockey registration

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.

Volunteering at Roblin Park CC

Our club can't operate without the support of the many community members who use the facility. We appreciate the willingness of everyone to volunteer to make the club such  great place!

Families registering for hockey must contribute a $200 volunteer commitment bond (one per family) and commit to two volunteer shifts (either a Rob/West Tournament shift OR a Winter Carnival shift, PLUS a canteen shift).

Thank you to those who have already signed up. In the coming days we will be emailing and posting a (formerly Volunteers Spot) link to volunteer for shifts in the Rob/West Tournament and our annual Winter Carnival as well as canteen shifts throughout the season.

Fall basketball registration

For more information, go to the Winnipeg Minor Basketball website or contact our club basketball convenor Jody Ford.

Basketball is offered to youth 5-18 through the Winnipeg Minor Basketball Association.

Residents of the Varsity View and Westdale Community Centre catchment areas can register for basketball at Roblin Park.

Charleswood Historical Society Lecture Series kicks off

The Charleswood Historical Society presents the 1st of its 2016-2017 Heritage Lecture Series.

Wayne Eastveld will speak on the "Origins of Football in Charleswood".

The lecture will take place Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 7:00 pm., 5014 Roblin Blvd. (the old Chswd. library)

All are welcome. Refreshments will be served.

Wednesday Night Karate Now at Roblin Park

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

Children's Programs at Roblin Park

Visit our Kids Club & Tiny Tots page for complete information about our nursery schoolpre-school and school age childcare programs.

  • Upcoming Events

    October 8 - 21 - Rob/West Fall Classic hockey tournament

    Sunday, October 16 -  Free drop-in floor hockey

    Posted Sep 19, 2016, 7:04 PM by Roblin Park Community Centre
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