Recreation and Community Groups

 
 

Moose Mountain Air Cadet Squadron #723 is a non profit organization for young Canadians aged 12 to 18. The program is deigned to develop self-confidence, teach self-discipline, improve leadership, learn important skills like outdoor survival, and promote physical fitness. The club meets every Monday at the Carlyle Elementary School Gymnasium from 4:45 - 9:00 p.m. September - June. For more information, please call: (306)452-3669

Bits ‘n Pieces Quilt Club meets every Monday night at the United Church in Carlyle. For more information, contact Wendy Walters at (306) 453-6345.


Carlyle Curling Club offers Monday and Thursday afternoon curling for seniors, Monday and Thursday night league curling. Fore more information, contact the Curling Club at (306) 577-9773 or find them on Facebook.


Carlyle Demo Club – For more information, contact Troy Turner at (306)453-2944.


Carlyle Golf Club – located along #13 highway, hosts a 9 hole golf course for Tee times please call: (306) 453-6344.

 

Carlyle Minor Ball provides a source of physical activity for children of all ages. For more information, contact Chris Levesque, president at 306-575-8020.  Email: carlyleminorball2017@gmail.com
 

Carlyle Minor Hockey provides an opportunity for children in the following age categories:

Initiation (6 & under) , 8 & under, Atom (10 & under), Pee Wee (11 & under), Bantam (13 & under), Midget (15 & under). For more information, contact Wade Robertson, President at (306) 577-7321. Website

Carlyle Hooters and Carlyle Cowboys are recreational hockey clubs. For more information, contact Shayne McAuley (Hooters) at (306) 453-6280 or Dean Sargent (Cowboys) at (306) 453-6789.


Carlyle PureChem Cougars, Senior Hockey League – Big Six League –the Cougars are on both Twitter (@carlylecougars) and Facebook to keep everyone up to date on everything Carlyle Cougars.

For information call (306)575-9293 or email:carlylecougars@gmail.com


Carlyle Sports Arena is also ran by a volunteer board if you have questions about the arena please contact Tim Young, President at (306) 577-7745 Troy Turner, Scheduling at (306) 577-8708.  The arena ice schedule can be viewed through the Carlyle Minor Hockey website Carlyle Arena Ice Schedule


Carlyle Skating Club offers CanSkate, Bridging and Star Skate programs. Fore more information, contact Anita Delalleau at (306) 577-9104, by email at carlyleskatingclub@gmail.com or find them on Facebook under Carlyle Skating Club.
 

Cornerstone Theatre Cornerstone Theatre Inc. is based in the southeast corner of Saskatchewan, drawing both cast and audience from areas in and around Carlyle. The troupe hosts two live productions each year, usually in the spring and winter. For more information, contact Don Carter at (306) 453-2229, or via email at doncarter@sasktel.net


CrossFit – Carlyle has its own Crossfit club – Living Skis CrossFit find them on Facebook or contact them at (306) 577-1887.


Crescent Point Leisure Complex (Carlyle Pool) – located right next to the Carlyle Lion’s park is home to a junior Olympic size pool which was recently upgraded to have zero-entry access as well as a kiddie pool.  Red Cross swimming lessons are available during the summer months – check with the pool for current availability (306) 453-6456.  During the summer months aqua-fit classes and lane swimming are available.  Look for them on Facebook under Crescent Point Leisure Complex for upcoming events, or contact by email: carlylecomplex@gmail.com


Dance Classes for youth are available in Carlyle, there are two different studios out of Weyburn that offer dance lessons in our area Marley’s Dance Effex and The Dance Zone

Fitness Classes there are a variety of fitness classes available in the area contact Built 4 Life Gym for more information at (306) 453-2313 or Lotus Tree Wellness & Healing at (306) 453-3334.


Happy Gang Club is a senior (55+) group that gets together to have FUN. For more information, contact Jean Ebbes at (306) 575-8807.


Indoor Walking Group there is an indoor walking group through the Winter months at the Carlyle Elementary School.  They get together on  Mondays & Wednesdays from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. No registration necessary, just show up with your indoor walking shoes.  For more information contact Laura Thompson (306) 453-2075 or Frances Boutin at (306) 577-1279.
 

Karate runs Tuesday evenings from September to June at the Carlyle Elementary School. There are classes for ages 5 to 8, 8 to 12, and Adults. For more information, Kevin Dyck at (306) 577-8783. Website:  Moose Mountain Karate


Moose Mountain Jumpers offers gymnastics classes for youth of all ages, for more information call: 306-577-3119, email: moosemountainjumpers@gmail.com
 
Moose Mountain Snowmobile Club offers groomed trails, poker derbies and relaxing winter outings. For more information, go to www.mmsnowmobileclub.com or contact Troy Foster at 306-577-7771.


Moose Mountain Soccer offers kids an opportunity to have some fun and get some exercise. For more information, contact us at carlylesoccer@gmail.com , via phone – Alicia Myrglod at (306) 577-5187 or check our website Moose Mountain Soccer


Motor X Club is a fun filled club that offers a fun time on motorbikes. For more information, contact Susan or Kelly Rekken at (306) 453-4447 or (306) 453-2230, or Jeannie or Brian Nicholson at (306) 453-2202.