MARCH 1st - 10th


Total Minutes of Activity in Saskatchewan


Important Dates

  • Community
    Registration opens

    October 15, 2017
  • Community
    registration closes

    February 15, 2018
  • Profile creation

    February 22, 2018
  • Challenge is

    March 1 – 10, 2018
  • Winner is

    March 15, 2018

This Year's Community Participants

  • Allan

    Creating a park space that will have apparatus for people of all ages and abilities.

  • Annaheim

    Updating the existing play structure and improving the outdoor walking path.

  • Creighton

    Adding three benches, recycling containers and a set of three disc golf pieces to give youth a place to hang outside and be active.

  • Delisle

    Adding playground exercise equipment to promote exercise for not only children, but for teenagers and adults as well. 

  • Eston

    Turning the outdoor rink into a multi-use facility.

  • Grenfell

    Developing a new play park in Grenfell Recreational Park.

  • Kamsack

    Providing physical activity opportunities such as community walks, free public skating sessions, recreation hockey nights, and school recess programs. 

  • Kenaston

    Creating an outdoor community physical activity and wellness area to provide community members a space to build strength, endurance, and flexibility.

  • Lanigan

    Replacing playground equipment to meet CSA standards, allowing families to spend quality time outdoors and in a safe environment.

  • Lashburn

    Developing a multi-sport facility to provide more options for physical activities for community members.

  • Macoun

    Adding new playground equipments that complies with current safety standards, adding tables to current greenspace, and updating the basketball courts. 

  • Martensville

    Building another leisure ice surface to provide more people the opportunity to be active and participate in shinny, hockey and skating.

  • Melfort

    Expanding on the current, thriving summer playground program.

  • Nipawin

    Increasing activity within the community by making access routes to schools, parks, etc. safer and creating a more comfortable environment for families to commute. 

  • Oxbow

    Upgrading the community's swimming pool to ensure that children, youth, and families will continue to be active at the pool over the summer months.

  • Pangman

    Providing new equipment to enable more children to play and be active outside.

  • Regina Beach

    Creating a better park space with a wider variety of opportunities to be active by developing a skate and bike park.

  • Shaunavon

    Adding an irrigation system to the remaining ball diamonds, thus improving the safety and quality of the diamonds.

  • Stockholm

    Adding mini golf to the community to provide all residents an opportunity to engage in a low-cost physical activity.

  • Wadena

    Adding benches and lights to the outdoor rink to allow residents to use the rink into the evening.

  • Waldheim

    Building an outdoor rink, with lights and a warm-up shelter, to provide free public skating and a place for unstructured outdoor play. 

  • White City

    Completing Phase 2 of the Double K Recreation Facility by building a warm-up shelter next to the rink.

  • Whitewood

    Replacing the play structure at Conexus Kids Park.

  • Wilkie

    Starting the foundation and promotion of a cross-country ski and snowshoe club in the community.

  • Wynyard

    Supporting Phase 3 of the Wynyard Lions Park Reboot, which consists of building a skate park at Lions Park.

This Year's Community Association Participants

  • Evergreen

    Building an outdoor ice skating rink to provide children and families opportunities to participate in ice sports during the winter.

  • Lakeridge

    Building a new playground structure at St. Luke School to promote physical activity and increase opportunities for outdoor learning and nature awareness.

  • Willowgrove

    Building an outdoor rink to provide children and adults the opportunity to be active outdoors in the winter season.