The Town of Kamsack has the following sport and recreation facilities for public use:
Thanks to our funding providers for their fantastic support to those clubs & community groups in Kamsack.
Broda Sportplex (Arena)
In-season contact: 542-4100
Off-season contact: Shanley Allard, Recreation Director 542-2044.
Our regional recreational complex is open from October to the end of March from 12 noon – 10 pm. Free daily activities include public skating, shinny. Call the arena for dates and times, or check the back page of the Kamsack Times. The upstairs mezzanine is available to user groups and private functions. For more information contact the Recreation Director at 542-2044.
Kamsack Swimming Pool
In-season contact: 542-2790
Off-season contact: Shanley Allard, Recreation Director 542-2044.
Open from mid-June to August for public swimming, swimming lessons, private bookings, aqua fit, lane swim and more!
For more information please visit the Kamsack Swimming Pool Facebook Page
Riverside Golf Club
Locate on the West side of Kamsack along the Assiniboine River. This 9 hole golf course is open from dawn until dusk from April through October and features grass greens, a fully licensed club house, golf cart rentals and more. Men’s and ladies nights are held throughout the summer months. Contact the golf course for more information.
Located behind the RCMP Office at 305 Queen Elizabeth Blvd. The park is free to the public. A youth based committee is responsible for skateboard park obstacles. For more information, contact the Recreation Director at 542-2044.
Our Kamsack Sportsgrounds are located along Dixon Avenue. Our sportsgrounds include three ball diamonds and facilities for food concessions' stands and beer gardens. The sportsgrounds are used for minor baseball, slow pitch tournaments, family reunions, Canada Day Celebrations, and much more. If you would like to rent the facility, it is available at a cost of $100 per day. For more details contact the Recreation Director at 542-2044.
OCC Hall, 407 Park Street West
Our community Hall is available for weddings, anniversaries, public dances, socials, banquets, public meetings and more. It can seat 325 people and the building capacity is 850 people. To rent the OCC, rental agreements must be completed at the Town Office along with your rental deposit.
Broda Park, on Broda Park Drive (along Assiniboine River)
More information on Broda Park picnic area and visitor rest stop.
Kamsack Air Cadets
Contact: Karen Bodnaryk 542-2814
The Kamsack Air Cadets meet every Wednesday between September and May, the club encourages as many young people aged between the ages of 12 and 19 to come along and join the club. Members of the Air Cadets will learn Leadership, survival and fitness exercises and many sports will be tried. There is also an opportunity to take to the air with a gliding event included in the annual program.
Club 55 Curling
Contact: Lloyd Thomas on 542-3526
Afternoon senior curling takes place at the Broda Sportsplex on Monday & Thursday afternoons. Don’t miss their “Stick” Curling bonspiel every February! League play begins first part of November and ends in March with their wind-up bonspiel.
Kamsack Mixed Curling League
Contact: Colleen Planedin
Thursday night curling league open for all – mens, ladies, mixed, students. There are two draws a night, 7 pm and 9pm. The Kamsack Curling Club are hosts to annual bonspiels including: men’s, family and mixed wind-up. Curling begins in November and runs through to March. Subs are always needed.
Kamsack Ski Club - Cross Country
Contact: Bruno Lemire at 542-3734
Experience some of the best cross country skiing this province has to offer right in our backyard. The Kamsack Cross Country Ski Club meets regularly to enjoy the beautiful trails of Duck Mountian Provincial Part, a quick 15 minutes from Kamsack, and host a popular Annual Loppet at the end of February that draws hundreds of participants from accross the prairies.
Kamsack Learn to Skate program
Once again the Town of Kamsack is running the Learn to Skate Program at the Broda Sportsplex this season, the classes will run on Wednesdays between October and December from 4:00pm. There will be two sessions available for participants to join, the 30 minute lessons will be instructed by Coach Tamara Delawski. If you have any questions please contact Kev the Recreation Director on 542-2044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kamsack Gymnastics Club
A new gymnastics coach is needed for the Kamsack Gymnastics Club, if you know anyone that might be interested please contact Kev the Recreation Director on 542-2044 or email email@example.com
Kamsack Karate Club
Contact: Cindy Hudye on 542-2620
Season runs from October until May. Mondays & Wednesdays at KCI School. Children at 6:30 pm. Adults at 7:30 pm. Everyone welcome!
Kamsack Minor Hockey
Contact: Kamsack Minor Hockey, Jeremy Allard at 590-8322.
Currently offering IP, Novice, Atom, Pee Wee, Bantam and Midget teams. See schedule at arena for games, dates and times. Sign up is in the fall.
Kamsack Minor Ball
Contact: Kamsack Minor Ball, Jeremy Allard at 590-8322.
Currently offering Parent & Tot, Learn to Play, Rally Cap, Mosquito and Pee Wee Baseball and Girls Softball.
Kamsack Senior Slow Pitch
Contact: Eugene Kravetz.
This is a recreational slow pitch team that play in town and travel for neighbouring tournaments.
Kamsack Soccer Club
Contact: Recreation Director at 542-2044
Youth and Adult Recreation Soccer
Contact: Stephen Ruten at 542-3948
May to Sept - Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons, Victoria School Field, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome, no charge.
October to May - Indoor K.C.I. main gym, Friday evenings starting at 7 p.m. Everyone welcome, no charge.
Contact: Greg Leis at 542-3520. Every Thursday night from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m., KCI Gym 1 from October to May. Cost is $2 per person drop in or $20 per person for the season.
Kamsack Wildlife Federation
Contact: Clint Chernoff at 542-2227
This is the local branch of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation. Events include an annual fishing derby, measuring night and banquet. Membership benefits include liability insurance through Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation. The group work closely with schools and local conservation groups in educating the community of the beliefs and mandates of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, they have worked with Duck Mountain Provincial Park and the Town of Kamsack in improving environmental issues and other matters. Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month please contact Clint for details.
Wabi-Sabi Group Fitness
Contact: Kathie Galye at 542-3934
Get in shape. Sessions run from October until May except for the Christmas Holidays.
Kamsack Players Drama Club
Contact: Nancy Brunt
Known locally for their Dinner Theatre held annually the first week of December, The Players are your source of dramatic action in Kamsack. Always on the lookout for new members, and new talent, open auditions are generally held in September.