WEST ZONE BOARD AFFILIATED GROUPS


West Zone Soccer 
(Outdoor Program)

 

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P.O. Box 35022
Sherwood Village RPO
Regina, Sask.  S4X 4C6

Provides an equal opportunity, recreational, no-cut Outdoor Soccer Program for children ages 4-17 years old; promoting good sportsmanship and fun.  All participants must have or purchase a Community Association Membership.  Registration can be done in-person (held annually the last week of February) or by mail-in.  Please insure that you get your registration in on time - this helps the committee organize the league quickly.  The season is May/June (6-7 weeks).  Games are played twice per week with a tournament to end the season.  Adults are required as referees, coaches and/or volunteers.

For more information, please call the West Zone Board Office at 306-791-0226
or visit the webpage at
www.rwzsa.ca

West Zone Soccer
(Indoor Program)

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The Regina West Zone Indoor Association provides an organized co-ed, no-cut
recreational soccer experience for ages 3-18. Teams get T-shirts, tournament games
and trophies. Ages 3-12 receive professional team photos. Ages 7-12 also participate in
an extra winter tournament. Ages 3-12 play in school gyms. Ages 13-18 play at the University of Regina.
The program provides the participants with basic soccer skills: emphasizing fun, sportsmanship and equal playing time. Teams play about 15 weekly games from late October until March with a year end tournament.


Online registration opens in August, with an in-person registration in September.

 

For the latest league news including games schedules, registration forms or to ask
questions or team coordinators always go to www.reginaindoorsoccer.ca
 

For more information, call the West Zone Board Office at 306-791-0226
 

West Zone Taekwon Do

 

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West Zone Taekwon Do, an affiliate of the West Zone Board, offers a recreational family orientated program for fitness, coordination and self discipline while learning self defense.  Classes are 1 hour on Sunday at 1:00pm, Monday and Wednesday at 6:00pm at Henry Janzen School (222 Rink Avenue) or After School Classes October - June on Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00pm at the Northwest Leisure Centre.   Attending a minimum of 2 classes per week is recommended. All registrants must hold a valid Community Association Family Membership.  Each session is 3 months starting in January.  Ongoing Registration: Attend any class as a spectator or wear sweat pants and t-shirt to participate.  You may register in person at any class. 

For further information, you may contact Diana (W.Z.B.O.) at 306-791-0226
or visit http://nonprofits.accesscomm.ca/wztkd/


Regina Northwest Sports Association

 

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The Regina Northwest Sports Association, an affiliate of the west Zone Board, operates
no-cut, equal participation sports programs in the West Zone.  All registrants must have
or agree to purchase a membership in their community association (family memberships
are $6.00 per year)

Learn to Play Hockey (ages 4 - 6 years - 18 sessions)
This program teaches the fundamentals of hockey to male & female players. 
Players must be able to stand on skates & skate somewhat. 
Volunteer coaches required.  In-person registration held in September.

Power Skating (for initiation to bantam aged players - 16 sessions)
Classes to strengthen your Hockey Skills. Full Hockey equipment required.
Registration is in early September.  All classes are at the J.Hamilton Arena.
       Classes Offered:
       Level 1 - Tuesday evenings
       Level 1 - Tuesday evenings
       Level 2 - Thursday evenings
       Advanced - Thursday evenings

T-Ball/Softball (Ages 4-18 - May/June)
Season consists of 14-16 games and a tournament. 
In person registration held in March and April. 
Volunteer coaches required.

For more information contact Diana at the West Zone Board Office at 306-791-0226
or visit the Regina Northwest Sports association website at http://www.rnwsa.ca.

West Zone
Community Gardens

 

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Location: A.E.Wilson Park off Dorothy Street

The garden has 41 plots, all of which are currently spoken for. 
New applicants are placed on a waiting list and are contacted
in the order they apply when a plot becomes available. 
The initial fee is $60.00 and $45.00 in subsequent years. 
A refundable damage deposit of $15.00 is included in the fee.
Coordinator is Jack Spruyt.

Contact can be made through the
West Zone Board Office at 306-791-0226

 

     


 

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This page was last updated July 10, 2016