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Prince George is fortunate to have many non-profit organizations that provide recreation programs and activities throughout the year. Browse the Community Recreation Directory to find the recreation opportunity that is right for you.
The Prince George Barracuda Swim Club is a year round non-profit organization that offers swimming programs for all ages and abilities.
The Water Lilies synchronized swim club runs recreation and competitive programs for beginners and returning athletes. The club offers synchro starting from age six.
The Pisces offer swim programs for all ages. The development program teaches basic swimming skills and competitive age-group programs focus on technical skills, speed, and strength in the water.
The Silvertip Archers Club is a non-profit club open to archers of all ages and classes.
The Community Arts Council of Prince George & District (“CAC”) was established in 1968 and provides a wide range of arts services and programs.
Anyone with an interest in the Fibre Arts is welcome to join. Come and see us during our drop-in hours, or email/message to inquire about additional availability.
Members of all skill levels form a co-operative group who generously volunteer their time and share the responsibilities of running and maintaining the studio facilities.
The purpose of our guild is to bring ideas and learning experiences to our members, to bring the joy of quilting to the public, and to upgrade the standards of quilting.
Theatre NorthWest is a regional theatre dedicated to bringing our audience a wide range of plays from September to May.
Situated on the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh, Two Rivers Gallery is a centre for contemporary Canadian art and creativity in Prince George and the central interior.
Old time fiddle music in Prince George.
A great Prince George choral experience. We sing a wide selection of music from pop, classical, folk, and jazz. Childrens Choirs - ages 7-11, Youth Choir - ages 12-18, Northern Voices - Adult
Alban Classical offers a live concert series, free About Town Concerts, therapeutic concerts in care homes and music education which includes the New Horizons Band and the Multigenerational Band.
We are a community choir of all ages that meets once a week to sing and have fun!
We perform a regular choral season, as well as sing for charity and community events, paid gigs, and collaborations with local and regional performers.
The Prince George Cantata Singers is British Columbia’s Central Interior premier adult mixed-voice choir (soprano, alto, tenor, bass). Founded in 1968, our 60–80 members, now led by Music Director, Natalie Ariane Crossland, enjoy performing a variety of m
We always welcome new members. Membership is open to all levels of wind and percussion players, no auditions are necessary.
The Conservatory offers one-on-one lessons in a variety of instruments and musical styles and provides a number of group lessons and performance ensembles.
Tapestry Singers is a community choir that welcomes children and youth in Grades 4-12.
Synergy is an auditioned, advanced level handbell choir in Prince George. We are a community choir made up of ringers of all ages. No handbell experience is necessary.
Sweet Adelines International is a worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education, competition and performance
The fundamental goal of the Challenger division is to give everyone a chance to play, regardless of limitations.
The PG Minor Girls Fastball Association runs six divisions and development programs.
The PGSBL is always accepting new recruits to join our community league. The PGSBL is a fun, competitive baseball league - all levels welcome, but previous playing experience is strongly recommended.
The PG Youth Baseball Association's philosophy is to allow as many players to play at a higher level of competition as possible. The PGYBA operates multiple divisions and participates in tournaments.
The Spruce City Men's Fastball League offers competitive play.
PG Minor Boys Fastball has been in Prince George since 1987. Boys ages 5-19 can play in five different age divisions.
Prince George LumberJacks Wheelchair Basketball weekly practices offer skills development. Stay connected at https://www.facebook.com/groups/PGLumberJacksWheelchairBasketball/
PG Minor Basketball is a recreational league open to all boys and girls from Kindergarten to Grade 8.
Since 1953 Ness Lake Bible has provided quality Christian camping. Our desire is to provide an unforgettable summer camp experience with overnight camps for ages 6 to 18.
The NW Brigade Paddling Club is Prince George and central BC's paddling group. If you live in the area and are an active paddler, or interested in the sport, join our group.
The Prince George Canoe and Kayak Club (PGCKC) is a local, community based club that offers paddling programs for kids, ages 7-18, of all experience levels.
The YMCA of Northern BC offers a wide array of recreational programsfor the whole family: from fitness programs to recreation, school break care and programs for children and youth
The purpose of the Prince George Cycling Club is to promote the sport of bicycling in all forms and provide its members with a supportive and social network for cycling.
Dance North offers regular practice in a comfortable and friendly environment. We work on basics, lead and follow, frame and dance floor etiquette, from beginner to intermediate levels.
Jazzmatazz Dance Co. offers group and private dancing lessons (swing, two-step, waltzing, and more) and hosts monthly socials for students to practice, refine, and retain their skills.
The Northern Twisters hold Modern Square & Round dance lessons every Monday, (unless otherwise posted) at 7:00pm at Knox United Church.
Yalenka Ukrainian Dancers teaches Ukrainian dance and culture to children, youth, and adults in Prince George, BC.
Blue Gate Farm offers riding and vaulting lessons.
The Dusty Trail Riders is for both novice and experienced riders of all ages. Our mandate is to promote fun, safe, family events. Everyone is welcome!
The Prince George Horse Society promotes the recreational, social and education benefits of the equine disciplines and accessibility to equine pursuits.
We offer therapeutic and recreational horseback riding to children and adults with disabilities.
The Spruce Ridge Pony Club welcomes new and returning members.
The PG Gnats are a third division rugby union club that competes in B.C.'s Central Interior Rugby Union. The club fields both a 15s and 7s men's team and co-operates with the UNBC Women’s Rugby team.
PG Hammerheads Wheelchair Rugby is a weekly program. Stay connected at https://www.facebook.com/groups/PGHammerheadsWheelchairRugby/
The PG Minor Football Association offers a safe and fun environment for young people ages 7-18 to learn and play full-contact Canadian football.
The Prince George Youth Rugby Association was created in 2017 and currently runs one of the fastest growing high school girls program in the north.
Prince George Gymnastics Club provides Prince George with gymnastics programming and is located at the Exhibition Sports Centre.
Individuals of all ages and skill levels can enjoy outdoor recreation through the Caledonia Ramblers Hiking Club. We promote and foster responsible trail use and a healthy respect for nature.
Hike it Baby is a non-profit dedicated to building communities that support getting outdoors with children from birth to school age.
The PG Dome offers boards around the cushioned floor and ball hockey all year round. Ball hockey doesn’t rely on as much equipment as ice hockey and teams play with a ball instead of a puck.
Prince George Frost Bites para Ice Hockey is a weekly program. No experience necessary and all equipment is available. Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/groups/PGFrostBitesParaIceHockey/
PG Gentleman's Hockey runs men's recreational divisions for all skill levels.
PG Minor Hockey Association is a member of BC Hockey and Hockey Canada and promotes fun and development in youth hockey.
PG Oldtimers Hockey is a 35 and older recreation hockey league with six teams that play at the Rolling Mix Concrete Arena.
The PG Recreational Hockey League's divisions cater to players of all ages and skill levels.
PG Ringette has over 150 registered players every season with one or more teams in most divisions. Teams compete in the Northern League Association and travel to take part in invitational tournaments.
At PGWRHL, we’re all about fun, competitive sport and fair play. Our experienced hockey players are here to have a great time whenever they play and mentor new players joining the league.
Spruce City Oldtimers Hockey is always happy to accept new players. Visit our website for more information.
The PG Minor Lacrosse Association offers training and recreational play programs for minors.
Prince George Senior Lacrosse is the local senior "C" lacrosse league that consists of five teams that play fast-paced, physical, and tough lacrosse.
Prince George Lawn Bowling Club, operates at Watrous Park (3rd Ave and Watrous St) June through September.
The Northern Sport Centre is your four season, fitness recreation desctination. We offer modern fitness equipment, varied fitness classes & fun drop-in sports.
Engage Sport North offers introduction to sport opportunities and physical literacy skill development to children and adults.
The association organizes socio-cultural and educational activities for the community.
Navy League Cadets of Canada - Prince George Branch is a Not for Profit Organization for Youth Development and Leadership
Our mission is to support our current and future youth athletes by providing Ultimate frisbee programs that give every participant the best opportunity for their own excellence and enjoyment.
Sea Cadets are a Not for Profit Organization for Youth Development and Leadership for kids aged 12-18
Check out the Salmon Valley Gymkhana Club to learn more about this unique motorsport.
North Court was originally formed as “The North Court” in 2006 to provide badminton enthusiasts information on recreational and competitive playing opportunities throughout Northern BC.
Promoting Table Tennis in Prince George and surrounding area.
Whether you're new to the game, set on getting better or looking for your next match, the PG Tennis Club has 8, brand new floodlit tennis and pickleball courts just waiting to get scuffed up.
Whether you're interested in learning to run or seeking some motivating training buddies, our non-profit club is open to all ages and abilities.
The Prince George Track and Field Club dedicates itself to the development of athletes and the growth of track & field. We train all ages, beginning at six years old, in both track and field events.
The Exploration Place Science Centre & Museum is owned and operated by the Fraser-Fort George Museum Society, a non-profit and registered charity. Check us out on social media - FB, Twitter, Instagram
We are a non-profit organization, operating and maintaining the observatory with volunteers dedicated to the advancement of astronomy and science.
North Edge Skating runs learn-to-skate programs, hockey programs, public skating sessions, and more.
The Northern BC Centre for Skating provides comprehensive skill development in line with the Long Term Athlete Development Model and supports all levels of ice skaters.
The PG Blizzard Speed Skating Club welcomes skaters of all ages and abilities for both recreational and competitive skating. We have learn-to-skate programmes for both children and adults.
The Prince George Figure Skating Club and its nationally-certified professional coaches have been offering national skating programs to the City of Prince George residents for 49 years.
The Spruce City Roller Brats derby team accepts all genders ages 10 - 18. No skating experience necessary!
Caledonia Adaptive Snow Sports Society provides ski instruction to anyone who cannot be part of a regular ski lesson due to a cognitive or physical impairment of any type.
The Caledonia Nordic Ski Club (CNSC) facility includes 55km of groomed trails, night skiing, dog friendly trails and numerous snowshoe trails. CNSC is also home to a world class biathlon facility.
The program consists of seven levels, which provide levels of achievement to strive for and certificates of completion for each level.
PGSC is a non-profit organization that provides exceptional alpine ski training in Northern BC. We take pride in developing strong athletes through specialized training, all while having fun!
The BC Indoor Soccer League is an adult indoor soccer league dedicated to recreation and competitve soccer play throughout the winter months.
Northern United FC is a youth soccer club in Prince George for players between the ages of 4 and 18 who want to play soccer in an inclusive, fun, safe, positive, and challenging environment.
The PG Youth Soccer Association offers indoor and outdoor programs and leagues for players ages 3-16.
PG Soccer is an outdoor adult soccer association offering men and women age 16+ a place to play the game. Our season runs from mid-May to mid-September.
PGYVC gives young athletes opportunities for introductory and advanced volleyball skill development and chances to compete.
Looking for more things to do?
Prince George's Community Associations run recreation programs that are open to all, regardless of where you live in the city.
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Websites listed in the Community Recreation Directory are not operated or monitored by the City of Prince George.
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