2022 SHCC Winter Carnival Postponed

Due to the ongoing pandemic and safety concerns related to large gatherings in our community, the 2022 Sturgeon Heights Community Centre Winter Carnival and Tim Vandale Memorial Hockey Tournament slated to take place this February has been postponed to 2023.

This year the Sturgeon Heights Community Centre is open to select community programs and events where you will find many COVID-19 safety measures in place at such as mandatory masks, COVID-19 immunization verification policies, and limited gathering sizes. The facility is sanitized in between programs and separate washrooms and entrances when there are multiple events for everyone’s safety.

Come join us next year from February 13 to 19, 2023 where our Winter Carnival will be bigger and better than ever!

COVID-19 Policy

COVID-19 

You will find many COVID-19 safety measures in place at Sturgeon Heights Community Centre such as mandatory masks and COVID-19 immunization verification policies. We sanitize in between programs and separate washrooms and entrances with multiple events for your safety. 

Before you visit

Effective September 3, 2021 , proof of COVID-19 immunization is now required to visit Sturgeon Heights Community Centre. This follows the lead of City of Winnipeg run facilities such as pools and arenas. Everyone entering the Sturgeon Heights Community Centre is required to provide proof of immunization and corresponding photo ID.

Sturgeon Heights Community Centre remains closed to the public but open for select events and programming. 

Individuals that do not show proof of immunization will not be permitted to enter the facility or participate in indoor programming with some exemptions.

Customers are required to bring a piece of government-issued ID to confirm that their identity matches their COVID-19 immunization card.

Face masks are also required. Also, anyone with COVID-19 symptoms will be asked to not enter our facilities. 

Please do not visit the Sturgeon Heights Community Centre if you:

  • are feeling ill and/or experiencing any of the following symptoms: cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose/congestion, sore throat, diarrhea, loss of taste and/or smell, sore muscles not related to overexertion or exercise.
  • have had close contact (within 2 metres) with a confirmed case of COVID-19, or if someone in your household has.
  • In the last 14 days, have you returned:
    • From a Canadian province/territory and you have less than two COVID vaccinations or it has been less than two weeks since your second COVID vaccination?
    • From non-essential travel outside Canada

2021/2022 Hockey Registration

SJAMHA online hockey registration is open for the 21-22 season! https://sjamha.ca/2021-2022-registration-now-open/

Note: Hockey Canada has a new system this year and some additional steps need to be taken when registering this year.

In person/subsidy registration is taking place at Sturgeon Heights CC on Wednesday August 18/21 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

In addition, parents who qualify can get up to $500 per youth player in registration fee subsidies from the Hockey Canada Assist Fund.https://assistfund.hockeycanadafoundation.ca/en/index.htm

CHANGES TO SHCC INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SPORTS AND PROGRAMMING

CHANGES TO SHCC INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SPORTS AND PROGRAMMING 

Due to recent Provincial Public Health Order updates, the Sturgeon Heights Community Centre has made the following changes on Jun 26/21 and remains in effect until Aug 2/21.

– Indoor sports training and indoor programming at SHCC has resumed on a limited basis with restrictions. 
– SHCC Outdoor Mini Soccer remains suspended. More details to follow. 
– All other Outdoor Sports training, practices, and games may now be possible with restrictions. 

The Sturgeon Heights CC building will remain closed to the public at this time, granting access only to booked events with restrictions. We will continue to monitor the Public Health Orders and Sport Return to Play Policies for any changes this summer and fall.

More information about outdoor sport restrictions can be found at this link. https://www.sportmanitoba.ca/covid-19/ 

More information about the current Provincial Health Order can be found at this link. https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/prs/index.html

Please feel free to contact us with any questions. Stay safe.

Timbits Softball

New at SHCC! 
TimBits Softball Ages 5 – 7 Friday evenings starting Apr 30/21 at your local community centre. 
Registration online now. https://www.northwestfastball.com/timbits-softball

Timbits Softball is a revolutionary way of introducing the sport to children. Activities are included which foster the involvement of ALL players, including players with high and low skill levels. Kids will experience excitement, enjoyment and success. Activities and lead-up games are patterned after informal playground games that promise an hour of FUN and LOTS OF ACTION. Participants will go home at the end of the day happy and tired while improving their fitness level.

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