Pakenham Recreational Hockey

Due to the current pandemic (COVID-19) The Municipality of Mississippi Mills has regretfully made the decision to cancel the 2020-2021 Recreational Hockey Program in Pakenham at the Stewart Community Centre. We realize that cancelling this popular program is upsetting for some, but we look forward to welcoming you back for an exciting season in 2021-2022.

If you are still looking for your child to experience the hockey season in 2020-2021 check out  APMHA  (Almonte/Pakenham Minor Hockey Association) for details on how to register your child today!


2021 - 2022 Recreational Hockey Program

Full equipment required. No jerseys provided.

Location: Pakenham Arena, 112 MacFarlane St, Pakenham
Date: September to March
Time: Saturday from 9 am - 1 pm (one hour time slot per age group - see below)
Age Group Time Slot
5-6 years old 9 am - 10 am
7-8 years old 10 am - 11 am
9-11 years old 11 am- 12 pm
12-15 years old 12 pm - 1 pm


Resident $145/child
Non-resident $165/child
Family (3 or more family members registered) $415/family


Almonte Community Centre -  September 2021 from 7 pm – 9 pm (date to be determined)

Stewart Community Centre (Pakenham) - September 2021 from 9 am – 11 am (date to be determined)


Pakenham Recreational Soccer 

This program focuses on introducing kids to soccer and team sports. The primary focus is having fun and promoting fitness as a lifestyle.

Location: Stewart Community Centre (Pakenham ) 112 MacFarlane St, Pakenham

Date:  Mondays from May  to July

Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Ages: 4 – 12 years old

Cost: $60.00/child or $140.00/family

Registration: To be determined

Contact: Calvin Murphy, Recreation Manager (613)256-1077 ext. 24

Volunteer coaches are always welcome! Please consider signing up at registration for this rewarding opportunity. A coaching workshop will be held at a date to be determined.


Babysitting Course (weekend program) 

Due to the current pandemic (COVID-19) this program has been delayed

Requirements: Participants must be at least 12 years old and must attend both Saturday and Sunday

Dates: October, January, April (exact dates to be determined)

Time:  9 am – 3 pm

Cost:  $50 per student

Local Clubs and Organizations 

 APMHAAlmonte Pakenham Minor Hockey Association (APMHA)

The objectives of the APMHA are to foster, improve and uphold the sport of hockey, to encourage sportsmanship and fair play and to provide equal opportunity for all eligible players within the APMHA boundaries. 



Almonte SoccerAlmonte Soccer Club aims to provide organized soccer to players of all ages. They provide a "grass roots" soccer program with the help of a dedicated team of volunteers and supporters within our community.





Little League

Mississippi Little League is a not for profit league established in 2006 for players 3-18 years of age, who want to learn sportsmanship and teamwork first, while learning the fundamentals of baseball and having fun.




JudoThe Almonte Judo Club is one of Almonte’s longest standing recreational groups, operating out of the Almonte Arena. The club welcomes all ages to their mats for a great way to keep fit, have fun and compete. 



CPWD LogoThe Carleton Place Water Dragons (CPWD) swim club is a volunteer run, not for profit organization offering programs for swimmers of all ages and abilities. Those interested in non-competitive swimming, competitive swimming, or those interested in swimming as cross training will enjoy the Water Dragons program. Schedule a complimentary evaluation with the Head Coach to determine which of the CPWD programs is the best for you or your child’s/youth’s skill level. Contact the CPWD Registrar via EMAIL.



Carleton Place Girls Hockey Association (CPGHA) provides girls and women in the town of Carleton Place and surrounding district the opportunity to learn and play the game of hockey.



Skating Club

Almonte and Carleton Place Skating Club offer figure skating and power skating lessons for both children and adults.



Naismith Basketball

Naismith Basketball Association offers basketball programs for children from 5-16 years of age at both recreational and competitive levels.



Mississippi Mills Youth Centre

The Mississippi Mills Youth Centre, located at 134 Main Street in Almonte operates a drop in centre for youths between the ages of 10 and 18. The centre provides access to a number of different programs and events including recreation, social, educational and life skills programs, activities, workshops and events.