Recreation & Culture
Ian McDougall, Commissioner, Community Services Commission
Colin Service, Director of Recreation & Culture
The Recreation and Culture Department's Program Division provides many activities for Newmarket residents including: swimming, skating, dance, fitness, exercise, arts & crafts, sports, summer day camps, theatre, special events and much more! Programs and activities are designed for all age groups and take place at a variety of locations throughout the Town. For information on registration deadlines, payment procedures, age restrictions, and refund, cancellation and transfer policies, please refer to the Department's Activity Guide.
You can register for most programs using Quik-E-Link. Drop boxes are available at the Ray Twinney Recreation Complex and the Town Municipal Offices. All forms placed in drop boxes will be manually processed in random order based upon applicant residency.
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We are looking to shape the way that we play in the Town of Newmarket. The Recreation and Culture department is developing a master plan in the form of a Playbook that will guide the future of play, and recreation and culture in our community.
The Playbook will identify what we are doing well, what we need to improve on and what we can do to make Newmarket even better.
Visit this link for more information: Recreation Playbook
Men's Hockey League
Hockey Finals - March 28, 2015
5 p.m. - Big Wheels vs. LB's
6 p.m. - Spite vs. 404
7 p.m. - Xcopper vs Bleed Blue
8 p.m. - Gators vs. Morning Roosters
9 p.m. - Blades of Steel Vs. Toe Dragons - CHAMPIONSHIP GAME -
All games will be at Magna Centre - Bobby Forhan Rink Sponsored by Serpa BMW
Good luck teams!
Men's Hockey League Rules
Men's Hockey League Standings
Men's Hockey League Player Stats
Please click on the following link or the picture to the right for the Cultural Master Plan