SSFA districts hold games activities each year. If you are interested in participating, locate and contact your district to become a member. Those who qualify from district games activities may choose to advance to the Provincial 55+ Games, if they wish.
District Boundaries Map
The SSFA organization uses the Sport, Culture and Recreation District
boundaries established by SaskSport.
Membership in SSFA is open to all Saskatchewan residents 50 years and older.
2016 Provincial 55+ Games
The Provincial 55+ Games will be held in July 5, 6 & 7, 2016 in the Battlefords.
The following events will be offered: Golf, 5 pin bowling, contract bridge, cribbage, pickleball, ice curling + 2 person stick curling, Kaiser, poetry & short story writing, swimming, scrabble, bocce, whist, bank shuffleboard, 8 ball, slo-pitch, track & field, tennis and ice hockey.
Refer to the SSFA Rulebook for the list of events held at the district and provincial games.
If you are interested in volunteering on the Battlefords Organizing Committee, you may contact Ryan Bater, Executive Director (1-306-445-2000), Battlefords Tourism & Convention Association.
March 15, 16 & 17 at the Northland Power Curling Centre. Cost $140.00/$70.00 per team
March 18, 19 & 20 at the Battlefords Arena. Cost $600.00 per max. of 18 players.
For both ice curling and hockey: Click on your District’s links for your representative to provide you with a registration form and to purchase your SSFA membership. Watch for posters at your local rinks.
Battlefords Provincial 55+ Games contact is Cindy Tymoruski @ 306-446-6776.
2016 Canada 55+ Games
The 2016 Canada 55+ Games will be held in Brampton, Ontario, August 16 to 19, 2016. Brampton is 10 minutes from the Lester B. Pearson International Airport.
The following events will be offered: Golf, 5 pin bowling, badminton, carpet bowling, contract bridge, cribbage, darts, duplicate bridge, euchre, floor shuffleboard, horseshoes, lawn bowling, 8 ball, pickleball, ice curling, swimming, scrabble, table tennis, slo-pitch, track & field, tennis and ice hockey (men & women). The bonus event is Micro Marathon (5Km & 10km).