is something for everyone and every interest in
further information on any recreational program
contact Lumsden's Community Coordinator, Chris
533-6147 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
are five parks in Lumsden. Check out the listings below
to find the park nearest you.
Playground Safety is an important issue to Lumsden residents.
Check the link to find out more about Webster, the Playground
Safety Duck and efforts to educate young children about
Park is located at Broad Street next to the Heritage
park is located at Elgin and Kelly. The basketball court
can also be used for roller-blading or ice skating.
park is located on James Street, South of the bridge.
New playground equipment was installed in 2001. The
Tourism Information Centre is located in the park.
Park is located at 7th Avenue and Colbourne Street.
There is play equipment and two adjacent ball
Park is located just off Highway 20 across from the
RCMP Detachment. Several ball
diamonds are located at River Park as well as a
and access to the Trans
are many ways to keep fit in Lumsden.
Instructor: Lani Knaus
Location: Fitness Down Under
For more information, click here.
Tuesdays 7 to 9 pm
Lumsden Centennial Hall
Contact: Steve Franck 731-3076
SK Cycling Association
Tel 306-780-9299 / Fax 306-525-4009
Join a bike club.
Youth Cycling Series
Fitness Down Under
Box 418 Lumsden, SK S0G 3C0
Lumsden Rhythmic Gymnastics
Rhythmic Gymnastics is a beautiful sport in which gymnasts perform to music using a
variety of apparatus. The most common apparatus' includes ribbon, ball, hoop, rope,
and clubs. Scarves, flags, streamers, as well as no apparatus are also seen. Rhythmic
gymnasts learn to coordinate their skills with the beat of the music, manipulate
many different kinds of apparatus, and work as a team to perform routines. Gymnasts
will gain flexibility, core strength, and body awareness as they progress through the
season and continue in the program.
Lumsden Rhythmic Gymnastics classes are available for children ages 5‐18. We offer a
non‐competitive team program which runs from September to May. All gymnasts
require a black long‐sleeved bodysuit (available at various dance stores in Regina, or
custom‐made through Cellar Creations), as well as stretchy clothes for practice. When
performing, girls wear their hair in a bun, but pony‐tails are suitable for class.
For the 2009‐2010 season, the Lollipops (ages 5‐7) practice from 6‐7 pm on Wednesday
evenings. The Sugarplums (ages 8‐10) practice from 6:45‐8 pm on Monday evenings;
and the Twizzlers (ages 11+) practice from 7‐8:30 pm on Wednesday evenings.
for this season ranges from $300‐$350 for the season, as well as a low cost for costumes
additions. Wednesday night classes are held in the Lumsden Elementary School
gymnasium; Monday night class locations are still being determined for the 09/10
For more information about Lumsden Rhythmics, please contact head coach Marcia
Mitschke at 731‐3681 or email@example.com. For more information
about the Regina Rhythmic Gymnastics Club, please contact club president Brenda
Embury at 359‐7300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dance Plus Lumsden
Contact: Deanna Schienbein
Dance Plus brings to you over 60 years combined teaching experience in qualified dance instruction. Our goal is to bring you dancing which enhances your child’s balance, coordination, flexibility and memory skills all with an emphasis on FUN! Boys and girls of all ages are welcome to participate in our programs. We feel that with a little hard work and a lot of fun, your year of dance will be a successful and rewarding one!
A 45 minute class once a week for children age 3 &
4. The class will consist of tap, ballet and tumbling.
Students require tap shoes and ballet slippers.
Beginner and experienced students aged 5-7 years will
receive a 45 minute class once a week consisting of
tap, ballet and tumbling. Students require tap shoes
and ballet slippers. Students aged 8 & over will
receive a 45 minute class once a week of tap instruction.
Tap shoes are required.
Tap or Jazz Exam Classes
Exam students will receive two 45 minute classes each
week which will cover their exam work and regular class.
Good attendance is a must and will be strictly monitored.
Students, at the discretion of the teacher, will have
the option to take their exam in February or March.
A ballet class will be suggested for all exam students,
but will be required for those students taking Grade
II or higher. Ballet will be given to exam students
for only $15.00 per month. Students must wear black
bodysuit or unitard to class each week. Extra lessons,
exam fees, clothing etc. for exams are not included
in the monthly fee.
Students aged 7 & over will receive a 45 minute
class once a week. The class consists of instruction
in ballet and beginner jazz movements including isolation
work, traveling and routine construction. Students require
proper jazz footwear - black ballet slippers or jazz
A 45 minute class once a week with instruction in all
aspects of jazz including isolation work, traveling
and routine construction. Black jazz oxfords are required.
A 45 minute class once a week for beginner students
aged 13 years or older. This class will include all
jazz basics, but will advance as fast as the class can
handle the work, your learning potential is unlimited.
Perfect for that someone who has always wanted a chance
to dance! Black oxfords are required.
A 45 minute class once a week for children aged 5 &
over. This class will include the basics in acrobatics
such as somersaults, balancing tricks, cartwheels etc.,
this consists only of floor exercises, no apparatus
will be used. Students wear bare feet for class, but
may require some footwear for recital.
Students aged 4 & over will receive a 45 minute
class once a week. Classes will include the basics of
ballet with barre and centre floor work and routine
construction. A solid colored bodysuit, pink tights
and pink ballet slippers must be worn to each class.
Hair must be worn up off the neckline preferably in
a bun for each class. A Point class may be added to
their training (age 12 years & up) provided that
the ballet teacher feels they are ready for this endeavor.
you like to sing or play a musical instrument there
are opportunities to do so in a fun atmosphere in Lumsden.
Community Adult Band
Interested in joining the Lumsden Community Band?
Practices take place on Mondays from 7:30 – 9 pm
in the Band Room at Lumsden High School. Contact Phil Holloway 731-3171
For more information, check our website at www.lumsdenband.ca
This ladies choir began in 1987 and has had an average
membership of 20 since that time. Members represent
Lumsden and the surrounding communities of Craven, Disley,
Regina Beach, Silton and area. The choir performs for
a variety of audiences throughout the year. Practices
are held in the Lumsden High School Music Room, Tuesday
nights from 7:30 to 9:00 pm. Auditioning is not necessary.
Marilyn Hill 731-2615
Accompanist: Yvette Anderson 731-2154
Braun, Ruth - Music Instructor
Hill, Marilyn - Music Instructor
Marshall, Darline - Music Instructor
Peters. Eva - Music Instructor
Summer Swim Program
Every summer in Lumsden, more than 200 youth participate in the Annual Lumsden Summer Swim Program. We facilitate the Red Cross Swim Program, preschoolers to Level 10. We use private pools in the Town of Lumsden and have certified instructors and assistants. We keep a low participant to instructor ratio. We are very fortunate to have this program in Lumsden.
Registration starts in June. We have a 2 week session in July and a 2 week session in August. Classes are during the week in the mornings.
2012 Swim Registration Form
For further information on Lumsden's Summer Swim program please contact Chris Exner, Lumsden's Community Coordinator at 533-6147 or email email@example.com
RiverPark Campground (Lumsden)
Located across from the RCMP Depot
As of June 9, 2010
Now Open for the 2013 Camping Season!!
For reservations call: Lorne 540 2022
SERVICED SITES (ELECTRICITY AND WATER)
- NIGHTLY $30.00
- WEEKLY $150.00
- MONTHLY $500.00 (TO BE PAID IN ADVANCE)
- SEWAGE DUMP $20.00
- NIGHTLY $20.00
- WEEKLY $100.00
- MONTHLY $400.00 (TO BE PAID IN ADVANCE)
- ONLY ONE CAMPING UNIT PER CAMPSITE
- NO ON-SITE FIREWOOD AVAILABLE BUT YOU ARE FREE TO COLLECT DEAD WOOD
- QUIET TIME IS 11:00 P.M. TO 7:00 A.M.
RIVER PARK CENTRE
RIVER PARK CENTRE
RIVER PARK MEETING ROOM – Full day $150.00 Half day (5 hrs or less) $75.00
Audio and Video Equipment - $200.00 per day
Washrooms & showers located in main building - holding tank disposal available.
Playground, ball diamonds and TransCanada Trail on-site.