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Leisure & Recreation

  • Interwoven Legacies at Logan Boulet Arena

    The legacy of Logan Boulet is now on full display at the Lethbridge arena bearing his name. Logan passed away on April 7, 2018, of injuries sustained in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. By donating his organs, Logan saved six lives. His selfless act led to the “Logan Boulet Effect.” Canadian Blood Services estimates 150,000 people registered as organ donors in the weeks following Logan’s donation.

  • Easter weekend service level changes

    Friday, March 29, 2024 is Good Friday and Monday, April 1, 2024 is Easter Monday. The City of Lethbridge will have service level changes.

  • Exploring the Nature of Play

    Nestled in the heart of Lethbridge’s River Valley, the Helen Schuler Nature Centre is showcasing the importance of play. The Nature of Play exhibit guides participants along a series of interactive activities designed to show how play is different than other physical and mental activities.

  • Arena refrigeration plants get cool upgrades

    The City of Lethbridge’s Facility Services department has modernized the City’s arena refrigeration systems, bringing them out of the ice age and into the present day.

    Beginning in 2019, arena refrigeration plant replacements and upgrades occurred at several facilities.

  • Canada Day 2024

    Get ready to celebrate Canada's 157th birthday at Henderson Lake Park on Monday, July 1, 2024!

  • Ruptured water pipe closes Servus Sport Centre

    Due to a ruptured water pipe inside the Servus Sport Centre, the building is closed to the public and all activities and bookings for today, January 15th, have been cancelled.

  • Lake Ice and Outdoor Skating

    Lethbridge has four designated skating areas. Ice conditions are checked at least once a week. Ice surfaces will be closed if conditions are unsafe for users. Ice conditions can change depending on temperature, precipitation, wind and the amount of sunshine. With Lethbridge's varying winter temperatures, it is important to stay safe and informed.

  • Plenty of holiday fun still to be had in Lethbridge

    Christmas may be over, but that’s doesn’t mean an end to holiday fun in Lethbridge!

    Whether you’re looking to tickle your funny bone with live theatre or challenge your loved ones in nature-inspired games, here are five activities to keep your family entertained in the days ahead.

  • Community celebrates Blackfoot Winter Solstice

    It’s a day full of celebration, storytelling and community as the Cavendish Farms Centre hosts the inaugural Blackfoot Winter Solstice.


    The celebration recognizes and pays respect to the Blackfoot community in the form of a dedicated Indigenous art display and ceremony with local Indigenous leaders.

  • City of Lethbridge Service Level Changes

    Monday, December 25 is Christmas Day.
    Tuesday, December 26 is Boxing Day.
    Monday, January 1 is New Year’s Day.

    The City of Lethbridge will have service level changes over the holiday season.

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910 4 Avenue South
Lethbridge, AB T1J 0P6

Phone: 311
or 403-320-3111 (if outside of Lethbridge)


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