For complete details about the below programs or to request low income family coverage, please contact Six Nations Parks & Recreation at 519.445.4311 x5225 from 8:30 a.m - 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Also visit their website.
Visit the Six Nations Events Calendar for information on these and other events taking place.
Family Swim Nights at Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre
Join us for a splashing good time! See flyer for more information.
Dates: Every Tuesday beginning April 21
Transportation is provided!
Active Start Thursdays!
Boys & Girls need to be engaged in daily active play!
For more information and how to register please see flyer.
Date: April 30-June 4
Time/Age: 6-7pm - 6-7 yrs. 7-8pm - 8-10 yrs
T-Ball - Flyer here
Dates: Mondays, May 25 - July 20
Location: Six Nations Ball Diamonds
Ages: 3-5 yrs
This is a parent and child program. Participation is required. Space is limited - see flyer for more information.
Date: Wednesdays, May 6-June 24
Location: Six Nations Sports Fields
Ages: 3-5 yrs
Registration begins April 7 and runs until May 8 from 8:30am-4:30pm at the Six Nations Parks and Rec Office. See flyer for more information.
Dates: Wednesdays, July 8-August 26
Location: Six nations Sports Field
Youth Ball Hockey
Six Nations Parks and Recreation, Six Nations Health Promotions and Six Nations Police team up for afterschool youth ball hockey - see more information here.
Date: April 14-May 28, Tuesday & Thursday
Location: Ball Hockey Court
Let's Get Walking
Six Nations Parks and Recreation along with Health Services is offer-ing an indoor walking group until the blue track reopens. Want to walk off those winter blues? Join the Let’s Get Walking program. This program will allow you to walk indoors and out of the blowing cold on your lunch break! Flyer here.
Dates: Monday-Friday starting February 2
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Location: Gaylord Powless Arena
Community Awareness 2011-2014
From 2011 to 2014 Six Nations of the Grand River Child and Family Services
“Community Awareness Events” have focused on allowing the community to grow
with our organization by leaving a hand mark on our wall and making a commitment to lend a “helping hand” when they are able to. Click here for more information.
Volunteer Services Available
Are you looking at making a difference and giving back to your community? Opportunites exist in: Transportation, Childcare, Primary Prevention, Resource Development & Special Events. See Flyer for more information
Social Services presents Child Care Resource Centre programming this March & April - Boot Camp, Special Events and more!
Community Walking Club
The Community walking club is open to everyone and is FREE to attend! See benefits of walking and more.
When: Monday-Friday 12-1pm Monday 5-6pm, Wednesday 7-8pm
Where: Blue Track behind Community Hall
Walking Club - Diabetes Education Program
Meet up with the Diabetes Education Program and walk around the block at your own pace, Start at the Whitepines Wellness Centre, 1st Floor and bring your sneakers, water, and sunscreen! Everybody welcome, rain or shine.
When: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Six Nations Child & Family Services, Health Promotion & Nutrition Services, and Stoneridge Resource Centre are presenting a FREE Stroller Club. Instructed by fitness trainer that will enable mom’s to workout while pushing the baby in the stroller. Strollers and transportation available if needed (there will also be a draw for a new stroller at the end of the program).
When: Thursdays ongoing
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Where: Social Services Gym, Ohsweken
Visit the Healthy 6Nay Facbeook Page - Click Here!
This is a page dedicated to promoting healthy living on Six Nations. It is provided by Six Nations Therapy Services, Diabetes Education Program and Health Promotions and Nutritional Services.
If your organization/business/group has a FREE or low-cost event that promotes physical activity, we would love to list it here! Simply email Active Grand the details.