The Municipality of Springfield is pleased to provide you with a direct link to Municipal Recreation programs and services offered in your community. As not all recreation, sport, cultural, facility and volunteer opportunities are available on line, you may need to contact the Community Services Department directly, 204-444-4119 or Shawn Wilkinson
The Ashley Schlag Memorial Scholarship and Fund is a local not-for-profit organization founded in memory of Ashley Schlag. As of 2021, we have awarded over $18, 000 in scholarships and donated $15, 0000 to local community club initiatives. ashleyscholarship.org
More information can be found on the Anola Community Club Website. http://anola.mb.ca/community_club.html
Program information can be found on the Cooks Creek Community Club website. www.cookscreekcc.ca/
The Hazelridge Skate Club is a volunteer-run not-for-profit club offering Skate Canada programs within the Municipality of Springfield. We offer Learn-to-Skate, Figure Skating, Power Skating & Synchronized Skating Programs for skaters of all ages. email@example.com
Oakbank Soccer Club has both indoor and outdoor programs that place players based on year of birth. Programs for youth aged 3 to 18. firstname.lastname@example.org
Parkside Pool offers both private and semi-private Red Cross Swim classes that optimize your child's progress. There is only one activity in the pool at a time. Class sizes are small helping your child to focus on learning without the many distractions at larger facilities.
Springfield Minor Baseball Association is a not-for-profit organization providing boys and girls ages 4 to 18 the opportunity to enjoy the game of baseball, learn Life Lessons of discipline and sportsmanship, as well as be engaged in a team environment. email@example.com
Information on Springfield Ice hawks hockey information can be found at: icehawkshockey.ca/
Springfield Ringette is an organization that strives to provide safe, organized opportunities for youth in the Springfield area to play ringette. Our objective is to develop sportsmanship, values, fair play, game skills, and ringette knowledge. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Springfield (Heat) Minor Softball Association (SMSA) was created in 2010 in order to offer a girls softball program to the residents of Springfield. We are a group of dedicated volunteers with a vision to bring the softball experience to girls in the Municipality of Springfield. email@example.com
The Sunrise Coyotes Football Club is a community-based football program that offers competitive, tackle football and cheerleading for boys and girls ages 7 to 17. For more information, please visit www.sunrisecoyotes.com/registration.html
Dance & Performing Arts
Established as a registered charity we pride ourselves in providing educational opportunities to all ages and abilities regardless of socioeconomic status. SPACE programs run all year long, there is always something happening at the SPACE. We offer classes in many styles of dance, musical theatre, and music as well as visual and literary arts. firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in Anola Manitoba. Classes are held at the Anola Community Club North of Hwy 15. The classes that are offered at Anola H.E.A.T are... Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Creative Dance (ages 3-6), Baton, Pom Pom Competitive), Pom Pom (Recreational). http://anola.mb.ca/ommunity_club
The Mohutniy Ukrainian Dance Ensemble is a group of adults dedicated to promoting Ukrainian culture through dance. http://anola.mb.ca/ommunity_club
Since 1986, Ukrainian dancers from all over southeast Manitoba have traveled to Anola, Manitoba to embark on a journey rich in culture, and lasting friendships… this special experience is known as the Selo Ukrainian Dancers. https://www.seloukrainiandancers.ca/about-us/
The benefits of being healthy and fit are numerous, and at DASH Fitness Centre it is our goal to help you achieve and maintain a healthy/fit lifestyle. Whether you’ve trained for years or are new to personal fitness, DASH Fitness Centre has everything you need to succeed. email@example.com
More information can be found on the Healthy Way Every Day website. http://www.healthywayeveryday.biz/#
We hope to offer a sanctuary where one can unwind. As the physical body unwinds, so too does the mind, allowing the spirit to flow freely. https://www.springfieldwellness.ca/contact
More information can be found on the Thrive Fitness website. https://www.facebook.com/groups/132557346891713/
Parks and Open Spaces
Aspen Lake Park
Located in Oakbank at the Corner of Aspen and Holly. This park features a large play structure, Dynamo Biggo Duo Swing, Satellite Walk, Apollo Spinner, rock wall, and wheelchair-accessible surfacing.
Located in Oakbank. Access from David's Place, Jodi Way and Sage Place. This Park features a large play structure, swings, wheelchair-accessible surface, outdoor fitness equipment, and paths.
Located in Oakbank at the corner of Palmtree Bay and Buckthorn Dr. This park offers a large play structure, accessible surfacing, swings, climbing features, and a zipkrooz. As well, this park features two full-size tennis courts with tournament-style nets and pickleball lines, an outdoor rink with a warm-up hut.
Located on Elm Dr in Oakbank. This park offers a 2-5 play structure, Oodle Swings, Spinners and Rockers, and wheelchair-accessible surfacing. As well, this park also boasts a full-size basketball court, play equipment, and a BMX Hill.
Located on Laurel Bay in Oakbank. Lions Park. This park features a Lunar Blast, Oodle Swing, play structure, Saddle Spinner, Digi Rider Dinosaur, Single Bobble Rider, and wheelchair-accessible surface. As well, Lions Park has a beach volleyball court.
Prairie Grove Park
Located on Prairie Grove Road. This park offers play equipment, an outdoor skating rink with a warm-up hut, and a baseball diamond.
Cooks Creek Community Centre Park
Located at the Cooks Creek Community Centre. This park features a large play structure, Dynamo swing, spinner, and wheelchair-accessible surface.
Located in Dugald. This park features a play structure, Oodle Swing, we-saw, and wheelchair accessible surface.
Hunter Paar Park
Located in Vivian. This Park features a new slide, new swings, new spider web climbing, and a new kid's clubhouse.
Legion Memorial Park
Still in development, this park contains an armoured personnel carrier and strives to soon include similar pieces commemorating the Air Force, Navy, and Merchant Marines. This park is located in Dugald, at the Springfield Library.
Springfield Skate Park
Located in Oakbank, on Springfield Centre drive. The Springfield Skate Park features a bowl, rails, multiple ramps, stairs, and a pentagon.
Springfield Community Splash Pad
Located in Oakbank, on Springfield Centre Drive. The Springfield Community Splash Pad opened in July 2021. It is 3,000 square feet, featuring 25 different spray features that incorporate a smooth play transition from one spray feature to another which exhibits an overall continuity for users of all abilities.
Springfield Community Park
Located in Oakbank, on Springfield Centre drive. In the early phases of development. The park is projected to be completed in Spring 2022.
Anola and District Museum has a pioneer village consisting of an original school, blacksmith shop, pioneer house, chapel, and Springfield's first fire truck. Open every Sunday, May to September, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. and by appointment. Admission charged.
The Cook’s Creek Heritage Museum is dedicated to preserving and making accessible the culture and experiences of the Eastern European (Galician) pioneers who settled in the Cook’s Creek area.
Community Outreach & Engagement
AndrewDunn.org was established in 2007 to educate the public and create awareness of mental health issues and suicide. We are a grassroots organization that partners with other agencies to provide information and reduce the stigma that surrounds mental illness. firstname.lastname@example.org
Springfield Food Bank
the food bank was established to serve all residents of Springfield who were in need of assistance. It began and continues to operate out of the basement of the Anola United Church on Weiser Crescent, directly behind the seniors' Residence in Anola. The facility is open on Saturday mornings from 10:00am to noon. Phone number: (204) 866-2654 / (204) 866-3403
Girl Guides is open to girls ages 5 – 17. Oakbank currently has units for Sparks (ages 5,6), Guides (ages 9-11), Pathfinders (ages 12-14) and Rangers (15-17) and additional units could be opened with the help of additional women volunteering to be Guiders. email@example.com
Springfield Agricultural Society exists to promote awareness of the importance of agriculture and to celebrate rural life. Putting on the Springfield Country Fair is our main focus each year, with many fair exhibits, family-oriented activities, and live entertainment, traditionally on the third Saturday of July. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Springfield Kinsmen Club represents the Association of Kinsmen and Kinettes Clubs of Canada at the local level. The membership subscribes to the association’s philosophy of “Serving the Community’s Greatest Need”. Our mission is to support the community’s greatest needs - we fundraise through a variety of events and spend those funds supporting projects within the RM of Springfield. email@example.com