Try These Online Programs Starting Soon

Try Out These Great Online Community Programs

Beginner Fitness starts January 19

Paint Class for Teens starts February 4

Programs require a minimum number of registrants. Residents from other neighbourhoods are also welcome to participate.

Click on the link below and then scroll down and click on the Event Smart link for registration and program information :

Programs for Winter 2021

Online registration is open. We are using Event Smart for registrations, and the programs offered can be viewed and registered for through the link below. You can register on the Event Smart site and pay online using PayPal (or a credit card), NEW – register online and pay using e-transfer at OR pay at the first class.

Standard Waiver and Exclusion Agreement: Please note if class size is too small a program may be cancelled and a refund issued. Parental supervision is required in any preschool program. Any abuse towards instructors or other participants will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave the program. Please treat facilities with respect so we can continue to use them.

I hereby assume all risks involved in my/my child’s participation in HBPMKW Community Association sports and activities. I hereby release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue the Community Association, its officers, participants, promoters, sanctioning organization or any subdivision thereof, owners and leases of the premises used to conduct said activities, and each of them, from all liability to the undersigned, his/her personal representatives, assignees, heirs and next of kin for any loss or damage on account of injury to person or property.

Where this website disagrees with the Leisure Guide, this website is correct. We apologize for any inconsistencies but printing deadlines require program submissions before details are confirmed.

Program locations for Winter 2021:
 Online via Zoom
 Henry Kelsey Park (exact location TBC)

If there are any programs you would like to teach that are not being run, please contact the indoor coordinator at or any other member of the Community Association. We will offer as many programs as we have space and teachers.

Your Community Association wants to help all residents in the neighbourhood have the opportunity to take part in community programs. If you are not able to participate in a program because of the cost, we can help. Just ask about the “Cost as a Barrier” program at registration, or choose that option in the Event Smart site. If you have questions, please speak with any Community Association Executive member at registration or email

Something new to do this winter

Winter City Snow Glow is on now until March 31 at Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival Site. Here is the lighting schedule:

December 15 – Wally & Colleen Mah Festival Lighting Launch with a demo of the first four designs: Aurora Glow, Snow Sparkle, Moonlight Bonfire and Ice Garden

December 16 to 20 and 22 to 27 – Ice Garden

December 24 & 25 – Christmas Town!

December 29 to January 3 – Aurora Glow

January 5 to 10 – Moonlight Bonfire

January 12 to 17 – Snow Sparkle

January 19 to 24 – Otherworldly Forest

January 26 to 31 and February 2 to 7 – TBA **

February 10 to 28 – Interactive Display (show times, description and title TBA in early 2021)

March 2 to 7 and 9 to 14 – River Flow / Ice Breakup

March 16 to 21 and 23 to 29 – Spring Flowers For more information, visit the link below.

Winter Nights, Winter Lights Contest

It’s time for the annual Winter Nights, Winter Lights contest for residents in Hudson Bay Park, Mayfair and Kelsey Woodlawn. Submit a photo of your outdoor decorations and/or lights and help bring some cheer to your neighbours and the community this month.

The contest runs from December 1-31 and the winner will be determined by a random draw at the end of December.

Email the community association’s events address at with your outdoor photo and street address for a chance to win a dinner-for-4 from Spring Roll Restaurant on 33rd. Photos (not addresses) will be shared in an online Winter Nights Winter Lights photo album for our 3 neighbourhoods.

Thank you to Joseph and his family, the owners of Spring Roll Restaurant, for sponsoring the prize again this year.


We hope you enjoy the rink this year and make lots of new winter memories. The outdoor rink on Valens Drive is run completely by volunteers with the Community Association.

SPECIAL THANKS to the following for their hard work getting the rink ready and for keeping it going for the community: volunteer rink coordinator, Janet; volunteer, Shelley; rink maintenance, David; and community volunteers.

RULES AT THE RINK – While enjoying the rink this winter, please follow the posted rules so that everyone, including rink volunteers, can enjoy the rink in a safe manner while following health regulations.

DURING THE PANDEMIC, policies regarding the rink’s operation might change suddenly, so stay up to date with City news and read the posted signs at the rink that will reflect any changes. We will all need to be patient and flexible this winter, in order for the rink to continue to be used by skaters of all ages and abilities.

PUBLIC SKATING TIMES will be supervised and no hockey or shinny is allowed during these times. The community rink must follow provincial health regulations, so this schedule is also subject to change.

See the posters below for all information regarding rink use (this is also posted at the rink).