Recreation & Social Clubs

Recreation & Social Clubs

Please contact the following clubs for more information.

Organization Contact Person Contact Number      Age Group Description
Agricultural Society Rod Olsen 653-4076   Promote agricultural activities in the community such as rodeo, team roping, calf roping, steer dogging, and reining practices. They also take charge of the community fair during Heritage Days.
Blue & White Fitness Centre   653-4951   Promote physical fitness and exercise.
Cardston Figure Skating Club Nancy West 653-1359 4 & up To teach anyone the basics of skating and having fun skating. When a person reaches a higher level they can compete if desired.
Cardston Gymnastic Club Lesley Soper 653-4687 3 to 15  To teach anyone the basics of gymnastics. When a person reaches a higher level they can compete if desired.
Cardston Little League Baseball Kent Wynder 634-9569  6 to 18 To provide athletes with quality instruction and recreation associated with little league baseball
Dolphin Swim Club Paula Brown 653-1109   Provides learning the basics of competitive swimming, going off the diving block, basic strokes and if they desire may compete in summer games.
Five-Mile Fun Run Greg Burt 653-3366  all Each year this is a fun 5-mile run. There are prizes for all of the categories with certificates for the winners in each category and trophies for the overall winners.
Golf Course Dale Cahoon 653-4198  all Provides the opportunity for golf under an organized program that connects golfers to the provincial and national level of golf competition. The golf course sponsors golf leagues for juniors, ladies and men. Youth who join the golf association are eligible to participate in training and junior development programs.
Ladies’ Basketball Tracy Holland 653-1535   Provides and opportunity for women to get out and exercise and stay in shape, also provides an enjoyable time of playing basketball.
Ladies’ Slo-Pitch Tracy Holland 653-1535 12 & Up Provides women with a sports program of slo-pitch, and allows them to learn and better their skills and have an enjoyable time.
Men’s Slo-Pitch Kevin Soper 653-4687   Provides an opportunity for recreational men’s slo-pitch to increase skills and be competitive while at the same time having an enjoyable time.
Mini Basketball (CHAMPS) Ken McMurray 653-1164 Grades 1 to 6 To improve basketball skills and help them gain a love and appreciation for basketball. When they get to a higher level they will be better players and have a love for the game.
Minor Football Murray Millward 653-4688 Grades 5 to 9 There are football tryouts in May and June. In late August they begin practicing. Minor football provides an opportunity for 70-80 kids of the community to play an organized sport and improve their football skills.
Minor Hockey Jeff Shaw 653-1895  4 to 18 Provides an opportunity for individuals to play, practice, improve their skills and have an enjoyable time in hockey.
Minor Soccer Stacey Atwood 653-1862  6 to 16 Provides an opportunity to be active and learn a different sport.
Recreational Hockey Ty Bevans 653-1139 18 & over Recreational hockey from end of September to middle of March.
Volksport Sherri McDonald 653-3824   Year round family oriented walking groups. Meet friends and walk scenic trails for your own health, fitness and fun.
Windy City Gym Deb Vegter 653-3663   Provides and place to exercise, get in shape and a source of recreation.