Milestone Memorial Centre
The Milestone Memorial Centre is an active facility with a modern canteen, dressing rooms and huge warm lobby that you can watch your child through wall to wall glass out to the rink surface. The ice is artificial so the season starts in early November and runs till mid-March. Open for ice rentals during the skating season for those out of town teams needing extra ice time or during the off season for weddings, aniversaries or just a family get together.
Children and youth in Milestone have the opportunity to play Hockey. Players may combine with surrounding towns like Riceton, Gray, Lang, Wicox and Avonlea to create a team. The Milestone Flyers are the competitive senior hockey team who play in the Qu'Appelle Valley Hockey league. The Sioux is an active group of "seasoned" players forming a Milestone team.
Milestone Minor Hockey has its own website with all the info posted there with calendars, booking info and standings. www.milestoneminorhockey.webs.com
Minor Hockey President - Wade Beck: 306-436-4564
Rink Board President - Ian Wourms: 306-436-2121
Ice Manager - Tammy Thomas: 306-436-4662
Figure Skating and CanSkate lessons are offered as well as Can Power Skate for the hockey players wanting to sharpen their hockey skills: Contact Michelle Henry(president) at 436-4334 for more information. Milestone Skating Rink is also used by the school children for some School Physical Education classes. Contact tammy Thomas at 436-4662 to book the Rink for your function.
Mondays from 3:30 to 5:00 PM. Mondays are free skating for the club for anyone who wants.
Wednesdays from 3:30 to 7:30 PM
Fridays from 3:30 to 6:15 PM
Times and prices are subject to change due to enrolment.
Skating Fees: $90.00/child for the whole year
Skate Saskatchewan website: http://www.skatecanadasaskatchewan.com/home/
Club President and Contact: Michelle Henry 306-436-4334
The Milestone Curling Rink starts its season in December offering leagues for both the competitive and casual curler. If you have any questions you can call Diana Sambrook 436-2246