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Recreational Centres And Hall Venue Rentals
Calgary Recreational, Hall Rental and Venue Centres.
The Genesis Centre has over 250,000 square feet of space dedicated to both physical and social wellness. The facility is able to host both sport and social occasions including concerts, weddings, meetings, conventions, cultural celebrations, and more. Capacity in rooms ranges from 25-2000. For venue and hall rental information please contact a Booking Coordinator at 403-590-2833 or visit our web site.
Get fit by getting wet at Repsol Sport Centre (formerly the Talisman Centre) in one of our two Olympic-size pools with public swim time or relax in one of our two hot tubs or the co-ed steam room. We offer swim programs for all ages and abilities. From parent and tot lessons to I Can Swim lessons for ages 3 and up. Or for something more hands-on, take advantage of our one-on-one instruction by registering in Aquatic Private Lessons. Become a Lifeguard or get re-certified with leadership courses.
Trico Centre for Family Wellness is a community-owned, non profit facility that promotes active kids, healthy families and vibrant seniors in partnership with our neighbouring communities. Many rental options available including 2 arenas (with year-round ice including summer), multi- purpose Rooms (for meetings, parties, AGMs, seminars, craft clubs, etc.), community meeting centre (double boardroom with audiovisual), studios (dance clubs, rehearsals), gymnasium, wave pool (youth groups, family reunions, employee-family events), and fully loaded fitness entre. We also offer discounted group rates. Contact email@example.com
Cardel Rec South began as a vision of a community - based recreation centre for the residents of Fish Creek Provincial Park by a small group of concerned community residents in the mid 1990's. With perseverance and hard work, the Cardel Rec South became a reality in January 2001 with the opening of Phase 1; which was comprised of two arenas, one gymnasium and a couple of meeting rooms.