Tues. Sept 1, 2015
Loonie #$302
Odd/Even$196 in 18#'s or less
Lucky Star$183
Bonanza$1,815 in 53#’s or less
Lucky 7$2,669 in 24#s or less
Full House$1,000 in 54#s or less
Mini Loonie$112 on a loonie #
Loonie # $302
Odd/Even $196 in 18#'s or less
Lucky Star $183
Bonanza $1,815 in 53#’s or less
Lucky 7 $2,669 in 24#s or less
Full House $1,000 in 54#s or less
Mini Loonie $112 on a loonie #
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Last Updated: 31-Aug-15 14:07

This year's Movie Knight will take place this Friday, September 4th.  The feature presentation will be "Big Hero 6".  The evening will begin around 7 pm with a visit from the Boston Pizza mascot "Lionel" and a performance by the acclaimed kids entertainers, the Fun-Key Ducks. At dusk there will be a couple of Pixar short films followed by the featured presentation.

Should the weather not cooperate, we will move things into the gym. Hope to see everyone there!


Registration for Hockey, Basketball and Indoor Soccer has begun and will continue until Sunday, September 13th.  Registration after the 9th for hockey, and the 13th for other sports will be charged a $50 late fee, so make sure you don't leave it until the last minute!  Links for the different sports will be found on the Registration tab, along with information pertaining to our Volunteer program/fee.

Fees for the fall sports are here.  Please remember that there is a $20 Participation Fee ($10 for Junior Soccer) and a $100 Volunteer fee added when you register.  You have the opportunity to get the $100 back if you complete a 4 hour volunteer shift. More details are on the Registration page.


After this year's AGM we find ourselves quite short of volunteers once again...both for the Board and for convenor positions.  For our CC to continue to run properly, we have to have people step up and get involved. One of the best feelings you can have is a sense of accomplishment knowing that you are contributing to your community, and showing your children the importance of volunteering!

We are in need of a 2nd Vice President, Communications Director, Canteen Director and Members-At-Large.  In addition to these Board positions, we are also searching for a Softball Convenor, a Boys Youth Soccer Convenor and Equipment Convenors for Softball/Baseball, Youth (9 & up) Soccer and Basketball.

If you live within the Norberry-Glenlee catchment and have an interest in one of those positions, please consider attending a regular Board meeting and learning more about what we do. Or for more information check out our By-Laws or contact us here.


Every year, our Volunteer coaches run into parents that are not satisfied with how their child is being coached. Here is a document that all parents (and coaches too) should read to remind themselves to keep things in perspective.  Happy reading

A new article titled "Are Great Coaches Becoming an Endangered Species?" is also very good and worth a read...find it here.

And yet another good article titled "your kid and my kid are not making the pros".


Pickleball will continue throughout the year on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons from 12-3 pm, as well as Tuesday and Thursdays from 9-12 noon and 12-3 pm in the gym.  Players can either pay a $3 drop-in fee or fill out a quarterly membership and bring the form and the money by the office.


NGCC offers Light & Lively Fitness classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. For more information on these classes, click here.

Surefire Fitness also offers different programs on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.  For more information, go to http://www.surefirefitness.ca/ .

Winnipeg Rec League will be hosting different sports in our gym on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings from October to May. http://www.winnipegrecleague.com/

Yoga is Back at NGCC: Aagna Yoga offers Hatha Yoga sessions on Wednesday’s between 6:45-7:45 pm from Sep 9 to Nov 18, 2015 (Fees for full session: $ 80). For registration Contact: Vadi @ 204-261-3615 (or) aagnayoga@gmail.com. For further details click here www.aagnayoga.com

For specific information about our Boundaries, Payment options and Subsidy information, click here. To see a map of our boundaries, Norberry-Glenlee CC Boundary .


U9 Girls Soccer Champs View Full Story Minimize
July 03, 2015 |
Congrats go out to our U9 girls youth soccer... Congrats go out to our U9 girls youth soccer team. They participated in the Slurpee Cup Tournament this past weekend and were Champions! Well done coaches and players.

2015 Knight of Celebration View Full Story Minimize
June 11, 2015 |
Although the weather was cooler... Although the weather was cooler, the turnout was great and the community centre was buzzing! Special thank you to Patti, Donna and Sean for all the planning. Thanks also to the board members who stepped up to help out and the volunteers that were here as well. Congratulations to our new Lifetime Builder recipient Pam Durston, and our Volunteer of the Year, Colin Harrison! To see pictures of the event, go to our Facebook page or follow this link.

Sami Jo Small Hockey Facility View Full Story Minimize
May 30, 2015 |
NGCC is pleased to announce... NGCC is pleased to announce the north wing and outdoor rinks of the Norberry site have been dedicated in honor of two-time Olympic gold medalist and five-time world champion hockey player Sami Jo Small. The occasion was marked with a dedication ceremony on Sunday, May 10th. Sami Jo grew up in the Pulberry neighborhood and played hockey from an early age for the former Norberry Royals and other teams in St. Vital. She is a co-founder of the Canadian Womens Hockey League and currently plays for the Toronto Furies. Over the years she has earned additional honors in other sports and is a graduate of Stanford University. In concert with the dedication, St. Vital Councillor Brian Mayes announced major funding of $64000 for replacement of the boards and players' box for the north rink at the Norberry site, as well as additional signage. Lighting for both rinks had previously been replaced at a cost of $60000. Riel MLA Christine Melnick presented Small with a copy of the Member's Statement she read Friday before the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, and spoke about efforts being undertaken to mark the important contribution girls' and womens' hockey has made to sport in St. Vital.

NEW JR NBA Program View Full Story Minimize
February 12, 2015 |
We are offering a new program for 5-7 year old Basketball players... Objectives - Provide entry-level basketball program for young children 5 to 7 years old - Build a community of league organizers, parents, coaches committed to minor basketball - provide a fun, active and healthy learning environment. For more information, go to our Basketball - Spring Session page.

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