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Heartland Recreation Commission

Course is open

The MacGregor Town & Country Golf Course is still open, golf 18 holes for $15.  Contact the clubhouse to book carts and all other information.  204-685-3100.


Public Skating

The Stride Centre in MacGregor is now open and again this year the MacGregor Lions Club has sponsored FREE public skating for the season.  Pubic skating will start on October 7 and will be Friday’s from 5 till 6pm and Sunday’s 12:30 till 1:45 pm.  Thank you to the MacGregor Lions club.


MacGregor Curling

Curling in MacGregor is back!!  5 days a week at the Stride Centre in MacGregor. League begins Nov 7 at 7 pm. Enter as a team or an individual. Pick which night of the week your team wants to curl, you can change days week to week. 


50th Celebration – Nov 4 & 5

Ed Taylorson – Dec 2 & 3

Glow Curling – Jan 21

Family Day Curling – Feb 18

Men’s Bonspiel – March 10 & 11

Windup – March 18

To sign up or for more information please contact or 204-685-2202.


Items needed

The CRC Food vault is in need of pasta, pasta sauce and cereal this month.  Please give generously.


MacGregor Rec Hockey

It's that time again. Registration for Rec Hockey is officially open and will be taking place online this year, with e-transfer now available. All other cheques (jersey deposit, canteen cheques) will be due at the first practice. The link below will take you to the online registration form.  If you would be willing to volunteer as Coach, Assistant Coach or Game Manager for any of the teams, and indicate your intentions on the registration form. Feel free to share the link with others. We have also posted the link on our Facebook page.  We are looking forward to a great season. Registration link:


Can Skate program

HRC is looking for someone to teach a Can Skate program in MacGregor or take the course to instructor here.  For more information please contact HRC.


Disc golf

The new course is around the Stride Centre in MacGregor. We are looking for a couple more hole sponsors. If you are interested please contact Cody Buhler @


Come play cards

The MacGregor Senior drop in center is welcoming people to come play cards on Monday and Wednesday at 1pm. 



Bring your beer bottle and beer can empties to the MacGregor arena anytime – just leave them in front of the front doors of the area. All proceed are going toward the development of a trail system in the Municipality North Norfolk. All this money is going directly to Active Transportation in the Municipality of North Norfolk. Please continue to dropping off your empties. Thank you everyone.


MacGregor Chase the Ace

The MacGregor Chase the Ace on Thursdays, selling starts at 5:30 pm and draw is at 7 pm at the MacGregor Golf Course. Each week we have a different local service group who sells 50/50. Come for a drink, a laugh and a chance to win some cash!


Austin Chase the Ace

Are on Fridays 6:30 till 8:00 at Lions Canter in Austin.  Meat draw is the last Friday of the month. Plan to join us next Friday evening.


Jam Sessions

The Senior Jam sessions are coming back on Oct .21 at 1 pm at the MacGregor Drop in Centre. All are welcome!


CPR & First aid

On October 17 from 6:30 till 10 pm we are offering a Level C with emergency first aid and AED course at the Heartland Multiplex. $110 per person. Register with HRC.


Age Friendly Manitoba

The Municipality of North Norfolk, Heartland Recreation Commission and the MacGregor/Austin Senior Support Services has teamed up with Age Friendly Manitoba and are asking for your responses to a series of questions on how to build a strong communication between the community members, organizations and the municipality especially those who are older and those who are more isolated. Paper copies are available at the Municipal office or email and a link will be sent to you.


Power Skating

Bruce McCallum is coming back to MacGregor for another year of power skating sessions. Bruce has many year experience to help young ones up their skating abilities. These sessions are open to all ages and skill levels (children must be able to stand by themselves on the ice).   Sessions are Wednesday evenings starting October 12 till Nov 16 (6 weeks). $90 per skates or over 18 $50.   Register with HRC.



Whether your teen stays home alone or plans to babysit…this is the course for them. This regarding day filled with first aid and safety in the home is open to everyone over the age of 12 years old. Course is October 21 at the Heartland Multiplex from 9 am till 4 pm. $55 per person. Space is limited, please register and prepay with HRC.


Breeze Yoga

Lynne Bereza is coming back to MacGregor to offer 1 hour Hatha yoga classes connecting breath, body and soul. Wednesdays at 6pm starting October 5 at the Heartland multiplex. 8 weeks for $100 for drop in $15. Register with


MacGregor Handivan

The MacGregor handivan board is looking for new drivers. Drivers require a class 1 or 3 driver’s license, must be courteous and will to help riders/clients door to door.  If you would like more info please contact Don 204-239-7837. Did you know that you can rent the handivan for day trips? To book this van call McKelvy Agencies at 204 685 2390.


Walking Group

There is nothing better than having a safe place to walk rain or shine. Fitness walking is the #1 way to stay healthy and active. So join us at the Stride Centre in MacGregor on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays starting October 3 at 9 am and let’s get walking.  This class is open to young and the old.



The annual pre-school wellness fair is back at the Austin Elementary on Oct. 12 from 9 am till 3 pm. Children ages 3 & 4 are invited to attend. To book an appointment,  call the Austin Elementary school 204-637-2240. Grab bags, food and prizes for all who attend.


Christmas market

The North Norfolk Childcare board are now looking for vendors for a Christmas Market on Nov. 12 10 till 3pm. For more info contact Tanya


39th Annual Craft sale

Come support the music education program serving MacGregor and Austin.  Southend Band/guitar auxiliary craft sale is on Nov. 19 from 10 am till 3 pm and will feature crafts, music and baking.  Vendors are asked to contact for more info.


Think you missed something, visit our facebook page for more of what is happening in the municipality of North Norfolk. Please let me know. HRC contact, 204-685-2202 

For more information please call:
Karla Gurke
Recreation Director
 Heartland Recreation Commission

North Norfolk Municipal Office (side door)
Box 837 - 27 Hampton St E.
 MacGregor, MB R0H 0R0

685-2202 or