Adventure Running for Kids

Adventure Running Kids® is an adventure running program open for boys and girls. Our coaches and leaders not only challenge and teach kids to be stronger, tougher and faster runners while having an appreciation of our environment, but they also coach kids on the problem solving skills that are valuable in training, racing and life. Adventure Running combines trail running, night running, navigation, cross country running, obstacles and during the winter snowshoe running into a fun, challenging and often muddy eco-adventure.

The 12-week adventure running program for kids ages 6 and up is available in the Spring and Fall..

Contact:

Phone: 289-489-7090

Email: ark-niagara@dontgetlost.ca

Fonthill Platform Tennis Club

 Platform tennis is a combination of squash and tennis played outdoors from September through May. The Club is located at 1120 Haist Street, on the Pelham Arena grounds. The Club's mandate is to promote and encourage participation in Platform Tennis in Fonthill and the entire Niagara Region while providing a venue for men's, women's, mixed, senior, and junior programming. The Club provides league play, both social and competitive, five nights per week from September until May.

Contact:

Phone: 905-892-8942

Email: fonthillplatformtennis@gmail.com

Horseshoe Pitching League

 The Pelham Horseshoe Pitching League (PHPL) is a recreational league for mature ladies and gentlemen who enjoy pitching horseshoes for FUN. We meet one night a week, Wednesdays, at Centennial Park in Fenwick. We meet from June through September for a little horseshoes and a lot of laughs. This is team play and doesn't require a lot of commitment, so come on out and join the fun. 

Contact:

905-892-8642

Niagara Centre Skating Club

The Niagara Centre Skating Club offers recreational, competitive and synchronized skating programs for children and adults under the guidance of certified professional coaches. 

Contact:

Phone: 905-788-2627 (answering machine) 

Email: info@niagaracentreskatingclub.ca

Niagara Freewheelers Bicycle Touring Club

The Niagara Freewheelers Bicycle Touring Club is a non-competitive cycling group of 300 riders that offer more than 400 rides throughout Niagara between March and October. The Freewheelers' goal is to encourage the enjoyment of recreational riding for health, fitness and social benefits. We offer guided rides suitable to all skill levels, including rides for beginners and women-only rides. Many of our favourite rides begin at Harold Black Park in Fonthill and Rockway Community Centre on Regional Road 69 just north of Pelham. Helmets and a bike in good working condition are required, and you can try three rides before joining the club. Visit our website for details. Phone: 905-227-6658

Email: ritadillon@yahoo.com 

Website: www.thefreewheelers.com 

Pickleball

Pelham now has 4 outdoor Pickleball Courts. Located at the Pelham Tennis Club in Fenwick. Pickleball is the fastest growing activity in North America.

If you like tennis, badminton or table tennis then pickleball is for you! Pickleball is a great way to get active and lots of fun. The game is easy to learn for all ages.

Contact:

Email: elainepelhamtennis@gmail.com

Website: www.pelhamtennis.ca/pickleball 

Pelham Bocce League

The Pelham Bocce League is designed to provide a one-night-a-week team sport for mature adults who are looking for a game that provides fun as well as friendly competition. It is also a great opportunity to meet some new people. Bocce is somewhat similar to lawn bowling but this league plays on grass, giving much more leeway to tossing and scoring. No previous experience in the sport is required to join in the fun.

Contact

Bob Yager

Phone: 905-892-8642

Pelham Ladies Volleyball

Recreational women's volleyball league.

Contact:

Sherry

Email: squast@bell.net

Phone: 289-213-8838

Pelham Minor Baseball Association

Pelham Minor Baseball Association (PMBA) offers T-Ball and Baseball for boys and girls ages 3 to 18. Baseball teams play in Interlock and Rep leagues in Niagara with the season running from May to August. More information and registration forms for the 2017 season can be found at the Pelham Minor Baseball Association website (www.pmba.ca

Pelham Minor Hockey Association

The Pelham Minor Hockey Association provides instructional hockey from Tyke (4 years) to Midget (17 years) at levels from local league through to rep. Pelham Minor Hockey is home to the Regional Silverstick qualifier and the International Silverstick A/E Finals. Registration is held online throughout the month of March for returning players. More information can be found on the PMHA website (https://pelhamminorhockey.com)

South Niagara Canoe Club

We offer dragon boating at both a recreational and competitive level. We have sprint canoe and kayak programming for people from age 6 into adulthood. Canoe Kids Camp is a 1 week camp for kids aged 6-13 who would like to participate in the exciting flat-water sports of canoe and kayak. We run every week starting in July until the end of August. Register online at our website (www.southniagaracanoeclub.ca)

Pelham Basketball Association

 The mandate of Panther Basketball is to provide a positive/supportive environment for our youth to learn the fundamental skills of the game. Our goal is to not only develop their physical skills, but also their personal ones. Our goal is to ensure that we provide a learning environment that allows our youth to leave as better ball players, and more importantly better individuals. House league program for boys and girls ages 4 years and up; season runs October-March. Select program for boys and girls ages 7 years and up; season runs September - April. Wheelchair league for players over 7 years old. Season runs October - March. Registration info available on website (www.pelhambasketball.ca)

Pelham Pioneers Oldtimers Hockey

The Glynn A. Green Memorial Oldtimers Hockey Tournament is held annually the last weekend in February from Thursday to Sunday at the Meridian Community Centre. Costs vary and proceeds go to local organizations. Entry is limited to the first 20 teams that apply with their accompanying cheque. Enter your team early, as the tournament is usually full before Christmas. Men's and Ladies' divisions available. 

Contact:

Email: chad_minor@hotmail.com

Phone number: 905-892-5570 (Chad) 

Pelham Slo-Pitch League

The Pelham Slo-Pitch League has 3 divisions to choose from: Men's and Co-ed over 18 years of age and Ladies Masters (over 35). Teams and individuals can sign up between Mid-March to Mid-April. The season runs from May to September. 

Contact:

Email: 3cnevils@gmail.com 

Phone Number: 289-820-8347 or 905-892-6568

Pelham Soccer Club

Co-ed house leagues, which play only in Pelham on Saturday mornings, are offered for: Peanuts 3 and 4 yrs; Timbits 5 & 6 yrs; Pre-Squirt 7 & 8 yrs; Squirt 9 & 10 yrs. The pre-squirt and squirt divisions would have one practice a week during the evening in Pelham. Travelling teams are offered in the NYSL for boys 8 yrs and up, and in the NRGSL for girls 9 yrs and up. We also have teams that play in the SRSL for various ages for both the boys and the girls. Find more by visiting their website (www.pelhamsoccer.ca)

Pelham Tennis Association

Founded in 1977, the P.T.A. is a community organization run by volunteers. Our purpose is to promote the playing of tennis and uphold the standards and objectives of the Ontario Tennis Association. Membership fees remain the same for this year! No court fees for members. Playing tennis has never been cheaper. Check www.pelhamtennis.ca for all the details

Contact:

Email: emailpelhamtennis@gmail.com 

Website: www.pelhamtennis.ca 

*If you would like to add or edit your sports group/association listing on the Town of Pelham's website, please contact Karen Blake at 905-892-2607 x347.

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