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Killarney Recreation Centre
Killarney Recreation Centre is located at 411 Broadway Avenue, Kilman Block. The Center provides a Weight Room/Fitness Center that is well-equipped and an active place for the fitness-minded. Memberships are daily, monthly or three months; adult, family, senior and student rates available. 24/7 access to weight room use with membership purchase. You will have to have a look at this site to buy essays on the internet these days

For more information on the variety of year-round programming offered here, contact the Rec Center directly at 523-8920 or Fax: 523-8349 or E-mail: kdrc@killarneyrecreation.ca.

 




  Skating Arena
The Killarney Arena is a busy place all winter long, with many different programs and events running continuously. A variety of hockey programs are operated, including Minor Hockey, High School Hockey, Adult Hockey (Shamrocks, Women's, Oldtimers, and Commercial League). There are weekly scheduled times for Public Skating and Moms & Tots Skating, and the Arena also plays host to the local Figure Skating Club.

Curling Rink
Killarney Curling Rink operates throughout the winter months, providing curling opportunities for people of all ages. Mens league operates two nights per week, with women's league and the mixed league each having their weekly evenings as well. A number of annual bonspiels are held, including the St. Pat's Bonspiel and Last Chance Bonspiel.

 


Killarney School
Killarney Collegiate Institute is the largest K-12 school in Manitoba. With two gymnasiums, band room and drama stage, the school serves as the site for numerous community clubs and functions.

 



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Lakeland Regional Library
Take advantage of the resources of the Lakeland Regional Library, which, in addition to a fine book and periodical collection, offers access to the Internet, films, videos, foreign language programs and talking books. IT is linked to libraries across the province with the capability to bring in whatever you are looking for. The summertime stroy-telling mornings are a hit with the children.