Welcome to the Maples Recreation Association, established in 1973, we are more than youth sports; we’re the heart of the Maples community, providing a safe, welcoming and inclusive space for all.
At the heart of our organization are the volunteers and their enthusiasm and commitment. As a non-profit organization we’re dedicated to responsible stewardship of our community, and we’re driving by family values, kinship and goodwill.
Our dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers throughout the years have supported our community with recreation and leisure programs, while providing opportunities for older adults to participate too!
Our goal is to provide multiple programs that anyone can join including afternoon cards with our seniors, pickle ball, fitness classes, or English classes. Also, we offer space for socials, party rentals, meetings, and other special events.
We Have Three Sites
The Elwick Community Centre is home to a new cricket pitch, outdoor seasonal rink, and building that can accommodate up to 60 people. The centre shares the space with the Elwick Community School and Maples Youth Activity Centre who deliver programming to students and families in the area.
Maples Community Centre is at the heart of our association, the gym is available to rent for sport programs, social and other events. The site also has outdoor rinks, soccer fields, a baseball diamond, community garden, children’s playground. The Multiplex arena operates the rink from September to March hosting hockey and ringette practices, league games, tournaments and learn to skate. In the Spring and summer, the venue is available for lacrosse and social events.
Hours of Operation
|Monday to Friday||10:00 AM to 9:00 PM|
|Saturday||12:00 PM to 6:00 PM||gym reserved for events|
|Sunday||12:00 PM to 6:00 PM||gym reserved for events|
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Currently the Maples Recreation Association Inc. is governed by a Steering Committee comprised of volunteer representatives from our community, a member of the City of Winnipeg Community Services department, and two members of the General Council of Winnipeg Community Centres.
To create an effective and inclusive decision-making process for the ongoing management of MRAI Community Centre.
If you have questions for the Steering Committee, please email us at [email protected].
The Maples Recreation Association catchment area is defined as:
North: City Limits (Mollard Road, Pipeline Road, Perimeter Highway, Emes Road)
South: Inkster Boulevard
West: Keewatin Street to Jefferson, east to CPR line; CPR Arborg line
East: McPhillips Street