Recreation

Stoughton Soccer Club

Soccer started in Stoughton in 2015 and the club has already grown to include over 90 children and youth!  Our club is part of the Moose Mountain Soccer Association and holds practices and games on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s.  

Registration has closed for this season, but please join us next year!

Stoughton Skating Rink

The ice is in!  Sharpen your skates and come enjoy this great winter pastime!

Nothing says winter in Saskatchewan like a pair of skates and a sheet of ice!  Whether you lace up for some family fun, a game of shinny with friends or to practice your jumps and turns, there is something about skating that brings Canadians together.

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Family Season Pass: $125
Adult Season Pass: $75
18 & Under Season Pass: $50
Daily Fee: $5

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Please pay your fees to Town Office or at the rink.  The rink phone number is 306-457-2490 but will only be answered during kitchen hours.

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To rent the ice please call Rowena at 306-471-7021.

Stoughton Curling Club

Join a team and have some fun!  Beginners, novice and experts are teamed up for games and socializing in one of Canada’s fastest growing sports.

Teams play one game a week through winter, and playoffs top off the season.  The curling lounge provides socializing before and after games.  

2015 Fees for Regular Curling: $120/adults, $55/students

Ladies, Mens, Open and Youth Tournaments take place throughout the season – dates to be announced.

Golf Anyone?

A round of golf on our 9 hole par 34 course can be a great start to your day. Nestled on a neat little triangle of land on the eastern edge of town, the natural landscape complements the irrigated fairways, grass green, man-made moguls and planted evergreens and shrubbery. It makes a picturesque stroll even if you don’t golf – Yet!  Snacks and refreshments are available at the licensed Club House.

Did you know…  Saskatchewan has more golfers per capita than anywhere in the world. According to The Saskatchewan Book of Everything, 33 per cent of Saskatchewan residents over the age of 12 play six or more rounds of golf each year.

The course is open May – September (weather permitting).  For more information, call Stoughton Golf Club 306-457-3139.

2017 Golf Rates are as follows:  (all prices include tax)

Yearly Fees Passes Walk On
Single $385 9 holes – 5 rounds $75 Junior (ages 11-17)
Couple $600 9 holes – 11 rounds $165 9 holes $10
Family $700 18 holes $20
Junior $200 Adult:
Corporate $1,750 9 holes $20
18 holes $30
Power Cart 9 hole $21 Tracking Fee 9 holes $5.25 Club Rentals
18 hole $31.50 18 holes $10 9 holes $6.50
Pull Cart $5.25 Yearly $60

Stoughton Swimming Pool

Nothing like a relaxing swim on a warm summer day!  The pool is open from the end of June to mid September, weather permitting.  Zero entry makes this pool perfect for little ones and there is a shallow area for them to enjoy complete with water sprays and a small slide.  A large area provides tons of room for swimmers while the deep end and diving board will keep everyone entertained!  Check out our facebook page: Stoughton Swimming Pool

The pool phone number is 306-457-2490.

Swimming lessons will run weekdays, with 8 lessons per session.  Four sessions are available: morning and evening sessions during the weeks of July 3-6 & 10-13, and July 17-20, 24-27.  If there is not enough interest sessions may be changed at the discretion of the swimming pool.  Registration forms are available at Town Office.  All registration forms must be returned by June 15.  

2017 rates:

Lessons:
Preschool: $45 with a season pass, $60 without
Level 1 – 5: $50 with a season pass, $60 without

Level 6 – 10: $60 with a season pass, $75 without
*Private lessons will also be available in the evenings upon request.  Please contact the pool with any questions, as well as for pricing.

 Passes: Season Monthly Daily* Evening
Family $250 $150 $20 $10
Single $100 $75 $5 $3
6 & Under $60 $40 $3 $2
* 10 punch passes also available: Single $45, 6 & Under $27

Memberships can be purchased at the Town Office or the Swimming Pool

Water Fitness / Lane Swim

Water fitness classes – Monday & Thursday from 6-7pm : $5/session, or 10 punch pass for $45
Lane Swim – Monday & Wednesday from 6:30-8am and Friday 6:30am – noon : $3/session, or 10 punch pass for $27

Rentals

Have your birthday part at the pool!  We will be offering pool parties for the cost of $200 – this includes two hours of swimming and a birthday cake!  Please contact the pool for more details.

The Stoughton Campground

CampgroundThe Stoughton campground is found by going south of # 33 highway on Sullivan Street into the Stoughton sportsgrounds.

The campground is equipped with water and sewer hookups along with 30amp power service.  A restroom and shower facility is on site.

A swimming pool and ball diamonds are also found in the sports grounds.

A beautiful nine hole golf course with grass greens and irrigated fairways is just a mile from the campground.  Groceries, gasoline, propane, and a laundromat are just 5 minutes away.

The campground is open from May – September (weather permitting).  Information and reservations may be obtained by contacting Laurie at 306-442-7666.

2017 Camping Rates are as follows:
Full Service (water, sewer, power) :  $30/day – $175/week – $600/month
Partially Serviced (water, power) :  $25/day – $120/week – $450/month
Day land camping (no services) : $10/day

Taylor Memorial Park

Taylor Park

Taylor Memorial Park was named after Wilfred C. Taylor,
the town’s first Mayor.

A quiet walk along the winding pathways of Taylor Park can be a refreshing experience.  Surrounding a man-made pond, this small patch of green lies just west of Main Street. One may sit on the park benches for a while and watch the ducks, geese and muskrats play.

Equipped with picnic sites and a restroom, it’s great for family or group gatherings. A large sand box with playround equipment is available for the children. The newly installed lighting makes for an enjoyable evening walk through the park.

Our park has seen some major upgrades thanks to volunteers.  A walking path now is extended all around the pond and a fountain has been installed.  Visit at night to see it lite up!

Future plans for the park include a band stand, and a serving booth for the large gatherings. Each new step is taken as money is provided..

A Look At Our Past

Museum

A visit to the Stoughton and District museum is a must.  Over 2500 artifacts are yours for the viewing, from historical photographs to children’s toys.

There are theme displays including an early-day kitchen, front room and bedroom.  If you are lucky, you may even arrive on time for one of our demonstration days when various pioneer activities are reenacted.

You’ll want to meet Jim, crafted in the image of Jimmy Hales, who for decades owned and operated our local barber shop.  His real claim to fame, though, wasn’t his hair cuts but the skin lotion he sent from coast to coast in long-necked brown beer bottles for the treatment of various skin conditions. Yes! It really worked but the formula remains a mystery to this day.

There’s a general store, church, veterinary and medical equipment.   For the curling buffs a collection of artifacts from the Curling Richardsons plus much much more.

The museum is open from May to September.

Museum Summer Hours: 9am to 1pm Monday to Friday

Groups & tours welcome through off season – please call Town Office to book

Base Ball

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Nothing says spring like the good ol baseball game!  We don’t currently have any minor ball teams, but the diamonds are available!  Families, children and youth are welcome to go play a pick up game and diamonds rentals can be arranged by calling Town Office at 306-457-2413.

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The Red Barn

The Red Barn

 

Hugh and Grace Goudy of Stoughton, Saskatchewan, have resurrected many antique horse-drawn vehicles from rotting obscurity and gave them back their pride.

Their collection is vast and full of articles from a not so distant past.

Click here to see more about this unique attraction

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Service Times & Directions

Weekend Masses in English

Saturday Morning: 8:00 am

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:45 am,
12:30 pm, 5:30 pm

Weekend Masses In Español

Saturday Vigil: 6:15pm

Sunday: 9:00am, 7:15pm

Weekday Morning Masses

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:30 am

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