City of  St. Ignace
Recreation
Department




ATTENTION!!!
WE HAVE A NEW WEBSITE:
 https://www.cityofstignace.com/recreation-department


Free Fab Friday will be January 28th from 5pm-7pm!!!

Hiking Club - Our next community hike will take place on Sat. Jan. 22nd at 2pm and we will be hiking a segment of the North Country Trail where it connects behind the Little Bear Arena! You can park in our main parking lot and we will be meeting inside the lobby of Little Bear East at 2pm and heading out together from there. 
Dress warmly and be sure to wear a good pair of winter/hiking boots! We will provide trekking poles for all who want them and snowshoes when the weather permits.

If for any reason we need to cancel the hike, you can find that information here or on our Facebook page at St. Ignace Recreation Department

For more information about major events happening in St. Ignace, click here to visit the Visitor's Bureau events calendar.               

Ice Rink is now open! 
Open Skate & Stick and Puck times are as follows: 

Monday- Stick & Puck 1pm-5pm

Tuesday- Open Skate 1pm-5pm

Wednesday- Stick & Puck 1pm-5pm

Thursday-Open Skate 1pm-5pm 

Sunday 1/30/22- Open Skate 2pm-4pm & Stick and puck 4pm-7pm

WEEKEND TIMES MAY BE ADDED DEPENDING ON TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE 

Please see SIHA website for practice times!

Fitness Center Hours:
5am-8pm Monday-Friday
8am-8pm Saturday & Sunday

Check out what's going on!

2020 Kids Sports Program
2020 Kids Sports Program

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2020 Kids Sports Program
2020 Kids Sports Program

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2020 Pond Hockey Corn Hole Tournament
2020 Pond Hockey Corn Hole Tournament

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2020 Kids Sports Program
2020 Kids Sports Program

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Recreation's purpose is not to kill time, but to make life, not to keep a person occupied, but to keep them refreshed; not to offer an escape from life, but to provide a discovery of life.

Leave all the afternoon for exercise and recreation, which are
as necessary as reading.  I will rather say more necessary
because health is worth more than learning.

~Thomas Jefferson