Get Involved!
Coach. Cheer. Compete. Volunteer.
If you're interested in participating in the 2024 Saskatchewan Summer Games in Lloydminster as an athlete, coach, manager, official, mission staff, or volunteer, look no further! 

To learn more about how to participate as an athletecoach or managerofficialmission staff, or volunteer check out the website. Please note that more information will be added to each page as the Games get closer, with detailed participation information available in early 2024.

Expression of Interest Form: submit your information and you'll be contacted closer to the Games with more information on how you can take part!
To learn more information about the Accessibility Audit contact
Crystal Clarke at 306-953-1623 ext 4.
We are so excited to be hosting another Youth Adaptive sports event over the February break! Youth of all ages and ALL abilities are welcome to attend.

All the equipment will be available for you to try Para Athletics, Wheelchair Rugby, Wheelchair Basketball and Boccia. All you need to do is wear comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. 

There will be 2 try it events. One in Saskatoon and one in Regina for your children to attend. We always encourage family and friends to attend and try out the sports with your child.....its so much fun to play together.  

Please RSVP by Feb 20th to Jen Wood - [email protected] 
Feb 22nd - 1:00 - 4:00pm
Cosmo Civic Centre
3130 Laurier Dr
Feb 22nd - 1:00 - 4:00pm
Wascana Rehab Centre Gym
2180 23rd Avenue
Heritage Fairs - 2024
Check out the Heritage Fairs website for more updates about our upcoming Heritage Fairs season and to see last year's projects!

School Registration (for teachers to register their classes) to participate in the in-person Heritage Fairs is now open! Deadline is Monday, March 4, to register your school!
Also note that the project submission deadline for the Virtual Heritage Fair is Wednesday, April 24, and no advanced registration is required.
Check out the website or email [email protected] to register.
Community Consultants are available for local presentations.
For additional information or assistance please contact your Community Consultant!
TOPS - Shellbrook
First meeting to any in-person location is FREE to see if it might be the right fit for you.
Yearly memberships start at $59.00, in-person or on-line available.

This organizations works with your Health Care Professional guiding you as to what is best for you.
Call 306-932-8677
Training | Education | Workshops
Intro to Cultural Humility Training
February 26 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m

This webinar will provide participants with a sneak peek into the professional development opportunity being offered by AFCS for individuals, groups, and businesses that want to explore our ties to these lands, the commonalities in our journeys, the Indigenous groups in our province, and how that can be beneficial to our community as a whole.
Registration is open until February 23. Read more
SPRA EVENT: Sign up for SPARKS 2024!
Sparks 2024 is an opportunity for parks and recreation providers across Saskatchewan to come together and ignite the industry.
Whether you work in parks and recreation as a professional or volunteer, or you're an advocate, ally or decision maker in a related sector, join us for a networking and professional development event that will guide the future of the recreation industry.
Early bird pricing ends March 15, 2024. Register!
2024 Spring Training Symposium - Registration Opening Soon!
Our annual Spring Training Symposium will be held from Apr. 22-25, 2024 in Humboldt, SK. Eight courses will be offered over the course of the four days. The Arena Operator Level #2 course will start on Sun. Apr. 21, 2024 at the Bella Vista.
Presented by 1 Stop Playgrounds, this training event brings together recreation professionals and volunteers from across the province.
‘No Stuff Without Stories’
facilitated by Vincent Murphy

Saturday, March 23 and Sunday, March 24, 2024.
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM CST
Government House, 4607 Dewdney Ave, Regina, SK

Bring your ideas! Bring your enthusiasm! Bring your stories!
And…Please bring one small ‘item’ from your museum collection to be used in the workshop process.
Registration Fees: $150 members, $200 non-members, $125 students
Registration is for both days. Lunch will be provided.
Registration deadline: Friday, March 15 2024
*Please contact us about pricing, or to enquire about bursaries for those who want to attend but are experiencing financial barriers.
SPRA knows accessibility is important to you. That's why SPRA offers Training On Demand
 Accessible. Affordable. Online. Here to support your professional development needs.
Grants & Funding

Indigenous Community Sport Development Grant  - Please contact the office

Canadian Tire Jumpstart - Receive funding for registration fees, equipment, travel, etc. 

Creative Kids Funding - Online application information available - May 24 deadline (Summer/Fall)

KidSport Saskatchewan - Contact your local Chapter

Get in touch with LDSCR Staff: