Sport Discovery Try It! Program
Twenty-one Sport Discovery Try It! programs will be offered from September 2017 to June 18 as the result of a partnership between the City of Prince George, Engage Sport North, and PG's Community Associations. Try It! provides opportunities to try a new sport or physical activity. Sessions run from 60 to 90 minutes and are led by qualified and experienced coaches and Engage Sport North staff.
These programs are free and participants do not have to live in the Community Association area where an event is hosted. Some programs may require online pre-registration.
Upcoming Try It! Sessions
For a full listing of Community Association programs and program information details, view the Active Living Guide or visit individual Community Association webpages:
Community Association Websites
Community Ice Rinks
Community Association volunteers flood and maintain eighteen (18) outdoor community ice rinks around Prince George.
Learn more about the City's outdoor ice rinks
Register and Get Involved
How do I register for a Community Association program?
With the exception of College Heights programs, Community Association program registration can be done online, in person at City Hall, or by calling the Service Centre. Beaverly, Blackburn and West Bowl Community Associations also offer in-person registration and more information can be found on their respective websites. Please note a medical and waiver form must be completed and given to the program leader at the first session.
College Heights Community Association Registration
College Heights program registration is conducted in person on the Association's registration nights. Contact the College Heights Community Association for more information at 250-964-2662.
How can I volunteer with a Community Association?
Community Associations are always looking for new volunteers. Contact an Association to find out more. Some examples of how to get involved include:
- Coming up with a new program idea and pitching it to a Community Association.
- Becoming a board member and assisting in guiding a Community Association.
- Helping out with flooding or snow clearing at a Community Association ice rink.
Parent and Teen Leadership Program
Parents and their teenaged children may also lead a Community Association program and gain the following benefits:
- Parent and teen bonding
- Individual growth and development
- Fun and rewarding experience
Call Community Services at 250-561-7647 for more information.
About Community Associations
Community Associations deliver low-cost recreation programs and events in neighbourhoods throughout Prince George during after school hours (usually between 6:00pm and 10:00pm). All seven Community Associations (Beaverly, Blackburn, College Heights, Crescents, Hart, South Bowl, and West Bowl) are open to residents regardless of where they live.
Learn more about PG's Community Association Strategy