• RECognizing Our Board: Taylor Morrison, Director for Villages

    We're running a series of blog posts to RECognize our Board of Directors and the contributions they make to SPRA's success. In this entry you'll meet Taylor Morrison, Director for Villages.
  • RECognizing Our Board: Chrisandra Dezotell, Director at Large

    We're running a series of blog posts to RECognize our Board of Directors and the contributions they make to SPRA's success. In this entry you'll meet Chrisandra Dezotell, Director at Large.
  • RECognizing Our Board: Ken Ottenbreit, Director for Cities

    We're running a series of blog posts to RECognize our Board of Directors and the contributions they make to SPRA's success.

    In this entry, you'll meet Ken Ottenbreit, our Director for Cities.

  • Volunteerism: The Most Priceless Employment on Earth

    This summer, for the 5th time since their inception in 1975, the Western Canada Summer Games (WCSG) are returning to Saskatchewan.

    Swift Current is proud to host these games from August 9th to the 18th.  

  • Volunteer Spotlight: Eston Communities in Bloom

    Eston has a longstanding group of volunteers committed to community beautification and engagement.

  • Contribute to the Spring Issue of DIRECTION

    The Spring 2019 issue of DIRECTION will feature best practices in accessible and adaptable recreation programs, services and practices. 

  • Website Updates - November 2018

    You might have noticed some recent changes to our website.

  • Managing Social Media Risk

    Social media can empower recreation practitioners, professionals and volunteers to promote programs and services, and showcase the impact of parks and recreation in communities. 

  • Recreation Professionals Week Spotlight: Crystal Imrie

    During Recreation Professionals Week, June 18-24, 2018, the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) and the Saskatchewan Association of Recreation Professionals (S.A.R.P.) are shining a spotlight on the professionals who make recreation opportunities possible through their hard work and passion. 

    Today we'd like to highlight the contributions of Crystal Imrie. 

  • Recreation Professionals Week Spotlight: Darby Fiddler

    During Recreation Professionals Week, June 18-24, 2018, the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) and the Saskatchewan Association of Recreation Professionals (S.A.R.P.) are shining a spotlight on the professionals who make recreation opportunities possible through their hard work and passion. 

    Today we'd like to highlight the contributions of Darby Fiddler