For general information about this district email Lakeland@ssfa.ca.
2014 55+ Provincial Games
From July 8 to 10, Humboldt will be hosting the 2014 55+ Provincial Games. The games were hosted by Humboldt in 2004 and no doubt they will uphold their reputation of successful games. The events that will be offered are: five pin bowling, golf, contract bridge, duplicate bridge, cribbage, darts, Kaiser, swimming, scrabble, table tennis, whist, poetry & short story writing, bank shuffleboard, 8 ball, snooker, slo-pitch, track & field, bocce, pickle ball and ice curling (including stick curling). Tennis will be played in Saskatoon, lawn bowling in Regina and floor curling in Pierceland with dates to be determined.
Currently, since the District does not have a Committee structure to organize and deliver the district games, interested participants can go directly to the Provincial games without competition. Please refer to this website for the qualifications, rules and the number of participant allowed to enter. Click here for the Accommodation List.
Rose Marie Gallais, Box 104, St. Brieux, Sask. S0K 3V0 (306-275-4516) will receive registrations if you are interested in participating in the 2014 Provinces games.
- You must be 55 years of age or older by December 31, 2014.
- Purchase a SSFA membership for $5.00.
- Complete a registration form.
- Entry cost to the Provincial games is $40.00 and must accompany the registration form.
- Registration form and money must be received by the Humboldt Games office by June 6.
The ice curling (4 person) and stick curling (2 person) will be held in Humboldt on March 19, 20 & 21.
Wednesday, March 19 from 1:00 to 6:00 pm
Thursday, March 20 from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday, March 21 from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Registration deadline is March 10.
A poster will be available at your local curling rink. If you don’t see it, speak to the Curling Club Manager. You can also call Kevin Kalthoff at 306-231-5989 for more information regarding curling.
Canada 55+ Games
The 2014 Canada 55+ will be held in Sherwood Park (Strathcona County), Alberta on August 27 to 30. Registration will commence on August 26. Strathcona County has a population of 93,188 people and is nestled east of Edmonton. The Strathcona County has some exceptional venues and in close proximity to each other. For 2014 games only, the additional costs for ice curling, hockey and slo-pitch have been dropped. As well, the green fees and carts costs for golf are dropped.
The registration fees are:
Participant - $131.25
Non-Participant - $89.25
The Host Committee is allocating the hotel rooms and the rates start at $119.00 per night plus taxes. A list of RV Parks are available on the 2014 Games website. These are based on first-come, first-serve and participants can call the RV parks directly.
There are two nights of free entertainment as well as two nights that you have to pay a reasonable price for your entertainment, if you are interested.
If you require information about the Canada 55+ Games, you may contact Margaret Gailing-Stepp, SSFA Provincial President @ 306-842-4807 or by e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org.