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Alberta Biathlon Club

The Alberta Biathlon Club (ABC) was incorporated as a society in May 1985. ABC was formed with the goal of maintaining the momentum of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games held in Calgary to further develop the sport of biathlon in the province and to address some of the challenges facing the sport.

The Mission and the Goals of ABC are to:
  • promote, develop and increase participation in the sport of Biathlon in Alberta;
  • foster the development, operation and maintenance of facilities for biathlon for the use of its members and others, and;
  • provide its members with opportunities and training for self-development, leadership, competition, recreation and sportsmanship in biathlon.
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Alberta Handball Association

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Alberta Tennis Centre

We are pleased to provide our Members with a state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor tennis facility. Utilizing the best tennis court & lighting technology, the OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis Centre is Canada’s newest Tennis Centre. We offer memberships and programs for all ages and abilities.
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Ares Penthathlon and Fencing Club

Ares Pentathlon and Fencing Club is a community-based club delivering programming in the Olympic sports of Modern Pentathlon (swim, fence, equestrian, run, and shoot) and Fencing (epee). Through an athlete-centered approach, members gain the skills necessary to compete from the early stages of development to the international level, and from youth to masters in age. Through excellent coaching and a community-building orientation, Ares is committed to maximizing the potential of its athletes; from Beginner to Olympian.

The sports of Pentathlon of Fencing offer its participants an unparalleled experience to develop phenomenal fitness and tremendous physical and mental strength. Pentathlon provides a unique opportunity to learn a variety of valuable skills through a true multi-sport experience. Whether for recreation, fitness or competition it is a sport whose disciplines can be enjoyed for a lifetime.

Ares has an equipment loan program to support your participation.
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Breathe Parkour

We strive to teach the sport of Parkour in a safe, fun environment. We are also passionate about seeing the sport of Parkour develop and to encourage communities all across the world to come together.

Breathe started as the world's only printing Parkour Magazine. After the release of the third issue, Breathe Parkour decided to open a purpose built Parkour training facility. The first location opened up in Calgary on March 1, 2014 with the second location opening in Lethbridge April 4th, 2015.

The Breathe Parkour Space in Calgary and Lethbridge offer classes for ages 6 to elderly, it doesn't matter how old you are, how in shape or out of shape you think you are, or if you are male or female. Parkour is a sport for everyone. Everyone goes at their own pace. This is a non-competitive sport.

401 33 Street Northeast, Calgary, AB

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Calgary Floorball Committee

The Calgary Floorball Committee is part of Floorball Alberta. A group comprised of like-minded individuals who are interested in getting Floorball well known in Alberta.
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Calgary Grizzlies Wheelchair Basketball

Wheelchair Basketball in Canada and in Calgary is a fully inclusive sport. Calgary is home to the Calgary Grizzlies and the Calgary Rollers Wheelchair Basketball Societies (Teams). They work together to promote the sport of wheelchair basketball and the inclusion of all abilities in programs and awareness. From able body participants to a variety of physical disabilities, and from minis to Adults (all ages), there is fun for everyone. Programs are run for the competitive sport at the University of Calgary while recreational enthusiasts play at Mount Royal University.
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Calgary Horseshoe Club

The Calgary Horseshoe Club formed in the 70's with the amalgamation of the Forest Lawn Legion and the Forest Lawn Night Owls. With the formation of the club, it recognized that there was a real need for a large dedicated facility specifically for horseshoe pitching, hence the Calgary Horseshoe Club. Mayor Ralph Klein turned the first sod in 1985, and using mostly volunteer labour and donated materials, the building hosted the Canadian Horseshoe Pitching Championship in 1988.

Over the years, the Calgary Horseshoe Club has seen many changes and improvements. It continues to grow and develop this wonderful sport of horseshoes.

Today, the Calgary Horseshoe Club has the privilege of serving the city of Calgary with the very best, state-of-the-art, facility capable of hosting meetings, parties, and festivals. Once every six years, the Calgary Horseshoe Centre hosts two large national and regional tournaments inviting horseshoe pitchers from around Canada to enjoy our city. We have the necessary infrastructure to make events memorable and enjoyable.

The Club has hosted the Canadian Horseshoe Pitching Championship tournament in 1988, 1992, 1996, 2002, 2008, and 2014 and looks forward to 2020.

Calgary has had some of the best pitchers in the world as members of our club and has been promoting the sport of horseshoe pitching in various forums.
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Calgary Sledge Hockey Association

We are a local sledge hockey club located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Sledge Hockey is open to people of all ages and genders. Individuals who wish to play sledge hockey should be aware that it requires a fair amount of upper body strength and balance to move around on the ice. What is sledge hockey? Sledge hockey is a Paralympic sport played at all levels around the world. The game incorporates some additional technologies to allow for the greatest amount of participation. It is an innovative team sport that incorporates the same rules and strategies as stand up ice hockey. Sledge Hockey players sit on specially designed sleds with skate blades under the seat and use two sticks, not only to pass, stick handle and shoot the puck but also to propel and maneuver their sleds. All hockey gear including a full face shield and a neck protecter are required to play sledge hockey.
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Calgary Ultimate Association

Founded in 2004, the Calgary Ultimate Association (CUA) coordinates year-round leagues, annual tournaments, and multiple outreach efforts to promote the sport of ultimate frisbee within Calgary and surrounding areas. Recreational and competitive leagues are available year-round for adults of all levels of experience. Our juniors program is always happy to welcome new children and youth.
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Darts Alberta

Darts Alberta is the driving for the sport of darts in Canada! Our mission is to encourage participation in the sport of darts for athletes of all ages and abilities, and to develop volunteers, coaches, and officials.

Note: The location for this event is not wheelchair accessible.
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Decidedly Jazz Danceworks

Best known as one of the world's leading professional jazz dance companies, DJD also runs Calgary's largest recreational dance school for both adults and children with more 50 classes each week. DJD invites students of all ages to experience how music shapes movement and feeling; to explore the connection between personal expression and collaboration; and to move.

For youth ages 2 to 18 we offer something most other dance studios don't - a fun, non-competitive environment, which means the focus of our classes is on learning to love dance, not learning specific moves for a recital. Our experienced and exceptional teachers know how to guide and encourage your child in his or her transition from beginner to advanced dancer.

1514 4 St SW, Calgary, AB

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Epic Fencing Club

We learn the tradition of fencing while having fun! Gross and fine motor skills are developed while we play fencing games. With special attention to safety, students learn basic techniques and tactics in a happy, non-competitive atmosphere. This class reinforces the importance of respect and good sportsmanship. Equipment is provided.
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Tennis Academy

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Foothills Wanderers Orienteering Club

Foothills Orienteering (FWOC) is an active club of several hundred members in southern Alberta. We organize races and training throughout the year, and have programs for youth and adults. The club has had a strong history of orienteering in the Calgary area for over 30 years.
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Genesis Centre

In January 2012, The Genesis Centre opened it’s doors to the public and saw over one million visits in it’s first year alone.

In addition to the full complement of fitness, health and recreation services, the complex provides facilities for large cultural events and activities as well as urgently needed indoor and outdoor soccer fields. It also provides access to a range of human and social services through 1000 Voices, a community and human services wing inside the facility.
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Kanto Sho Karate Club

The Kanto Sho Karate Club was founded in January of 2002. The Dojo has strong roots, grounded in the teachings of our karate forefathers both in Japan and Canada.

The instructors have over 50 years of teaching experience amongst them. They have been training the art of Renbukai Karate since 1978. Instructors have focused their time and energy on developing their skills and that of their students in this specific art.

Today, it appears that martial art clubs propose to be experts/masters in every new art. Our instructors have strived to maintain the integrity of the art they were taught 30 years ago.

They have trained, taught and entered competitions in Japan since 1984. They still travel to Japan every year, continuing to develop their skills and forge strong relationships with the Karate Masters.
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KidzFirst - Skillz Skating and Shooting Centre

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Netball Alberta

Proudly championing the growth and excellence of netball in Alberta since 1975.

Netball Alberta is a not-for-profit sporting association with the Executive and Leagues based in Calgary, but facilitating netball activities and school clinics throughout the province.

Our Objectives are:
  • To promote and encourage the sport of Netball in Alberta;
  • To facilitate the exchange of information and ideas on matters affecting the sport of Netball and related subjects;
  • To promote education and development within the sport of Netball, sponsoring and holding clinics and classes in connection with all aspects of the sport of Netball;
  • To print, publish, sell, lend, collect and distribute information on the sport of Netball;
  • To raise funds for the purposes of the Association and to make, institute and establish grants, rewards or other benefactions to encourage or facilitate participation, excellence or other worthy purposes in connection with the sport of Netball;
  • To organize and conduct competitions and exhibitions of the sport of Netball;
  • To associate and to affiliate with any association, organization, (incorporated or unincorporated) with aims the same as or similar to the aims of ANA; and
  • To do all such other lawful things as may be incidental to or deemed conducive of the aims of Netball Alberta.
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Repsol Sport Centre

Repsol Sport Centre (formerly Talisman Centre) is in a prime location right next to downtown and set in the middle of beautiful Lindsay Park beside the Bow River. Owned by the City of Calgary and operated by The Lindsay Park Society, Repsol Sport Centre has room under its iconic roof for everyone- from high-performance athletes to those dedicated to reaching their individual fitness goals. Talisman Centre includes: 2 eight-lane 50m Olympic-size pools with public swim times, 5 full-size gymnasiums, 2 tracks including a multi-lane 200m track, an Olympic calibre dive tank with spring boards and platforms, 25,000 square feet of training space with over 700 pieces of cardio and weight training equipment, a variety of free daily Group Fitness classes (drop-in), and a one-of-a-kind Endurance Training Systems (ETS) and TriClub.

Also at Repsol Sport Centre:

  • November 20 – National Jersey Day! Wear your favourite sport jersey and get 50% off Single Admission
  • November 21 - 50% off Single Admission and Member Bring a Friend for FREE. Proceeds support amateur bursaries awarded by The John Currie Amateur Sport Legacy Fund  
  • November 22 – 50% off Youth Single Admission (17 and under)
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Special Olympics Calgary

Over the past 30 years Special Olympics Calgary has provided positive engaging sport opportunities to hundreds of athletes with an intellectual disability. We are a non-profit organization founded in 1981 as an affiliate of Special Olympics Alberta.

We are part of an international movement, with links around the world and throughout Canada. Calgary is the largest affiliate in Alberta! We provide 33 different programs and 21 sports year round to over 1600 participants with an intellectual disability ages 2 and up. Our high quality programs foster many skills and qualities that enrich athletes’ daily lives. Our athletes foster self-esteem, establish new friendships, and realize their full athletic potential in a safe and supported environment. For many Calgarians with intellectual disabilities we are the main source of sport activity and social involvement. Knowing this we strive to ensure each participant receives maximum benefits from our programs year round.

A unique feature is we focus on the athlete’s ability, not their disability. We are about giving each child, youth, and adult the same opportunity as their peers in other sporting and community events. Our athletes practice with individuals’ of their own level of ability. In addition we keep the cost of participating affordable, and no individual is turned away due to financial difficulty.

As a volunteer-driven registered charity Special Olympics relies on the constant support of the community to allow our athletes to have the opportunity to participate in different sport programs, tournaments and special events.
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University of Calgary

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Vivo for Healthier Generations

Vivo™ is a leading Canadian public recreation service provider with a mission to raise the bar for healthier generations. Starting with children and youth, and then adults, Vivo is pioneering local solutions to Canada's national challenge of sedentary behaviour and physical inactivity with the goal of getting more Canadians healthier, more active, more often. Open to all, Vivo's primary market is Calgary's north-central communities, home to a growing population of ethnically and economically diverse families. We are 195,000 square feet of whatever you want to do for health, fitness or fun. Vivo features a fitness centre, a multi-component aquatic facility, three gymnasiums, two NHL-size arenas and a branch of the Calgary Public Library as well as community meeting rooms and offices, a pro shop, sports medicine clinic, child minding services and food services facilities. Managed and operated on a self-sustaining basis by the Nose Creek Sports and Recreation Association - and a sister organization to the Canadian Academy for Healthier Generations - Vivo has welcomed more than ten million visitors since opening in 2004.
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WinSport provides opportunities for Canadians to discover, develop and excel at sport. We teach over 50,000 people per year to ski or snowboard. Our summer camps see 500 kids daily, and millions of people use our arenas and facilities. Whether you are a high-performance athlete, first-timer, or somewhere in between, WinSport's world-class facilities and passionate staff deliver exceptional experiences and will inspire you to reach your potential.
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YMCA Calgary

YMCA Calgary opened in 1902 as a place for men to explore spiritual values and leisure activities. Since then, YMCA Calgary has evolved into a vibrant charitable organization, where thousands of Calgarians are involved each year through health and wellness programs, community outreach and newcomer programs, day and residential camping, leadership development and childcare.

Guided by four core values of honesty, caring, respect and responsibility, YMCA Calgary strives to offer quality programs and services that gives children, youth and adults the opportunity to belong, grow, thrive and lead.

Crowfoot YMCA

Gray Family Eau Claire YMCA

Remington YMCA in Quarry Park

Saddletowne YMCA

Shawnessy YMCA

South Health Campus YMCA

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City of Calgary

​We offer drop-in fitness opportunities, registered programs and plenty of events and festivals all year long. From swimming and skating to arts programs and day camps, we've got more than you think!