The Lethbridge Sport Council Achievement Awards bring together Lethbridge to honour the sport community for their spirit, drive, and commitment of our athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, and sport leaders.
SportFest - 1st Saturday in June (or last Saturday in May)
SportFest is a free interactive trade show for sport, active recreation, and physical literacy. The Sport Demonstration and Come Try it areas (synthetic ice, court floor, turf, Bike Rodeo) will entertain and educate as well as give your family the opportunity to try a wide range of activities.
Roving Gyms are free, inclusive, indoor play spaces for children five and under and their parents or caregivers. The Roving Gyms program nurtures physical literacy, the love of movement, and provides an environment for families to connect.
A group of local stakeholders was brought together by the unifying belief in the importance of play and the benefits play can have on our society. Lethbridge City Council unanimously adopted the Lethbridge Play Charter in the fall of 2018. Today organizations, local businesses, parents and community members are working together to make play a priority in Lethbridge.
We answered the call to help build linkages to physical activity, active recreation, and sport in Lethbridge. Join our roster of families who are interested in experiencing new sports in Lethbridge. As we confirm Come Try Sport events, invitations will be sent to the families on this roster.
Lethbridge Sport Council AGM - 3rd Tuesday in May
Our Board of Directors and staff welcome members, community supporters and sports enthusiasts to join us in celebration of a year of many accomplishments at our Annual General Meeting.
Canada Games Flag Relay (Every 2 years)
As a previous Canada Games Host (Winter Games 1975), Lethbridge joins all past host communities in a cross-the-country Canada Games Flag Relay in celebration of the upcoming summer or winter games. Previous year’s events have included a flag-raising presentation to City Council and introduction of current (and past) athletes, coaches and volunteers of the Canada Games.
Video: Canadian Sport for Life Week | Lethbridge AB
Kids who have fun playing sport are more likely to stay active and healthy for their entire lifetime. They also have a better chance of becoming a top athlete. So make it fun and make it quality!
Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) is a movement to make