The Grande Prairie Synquatics Club has been operating since 1997, and is perfect for individuals who love the water, swimming, music, dance, and gymnastics as synchronized swimming combines all of these elements.
The Grande Prairie Aquarians Summer Swim Club is a parent-led volunteer organization that has been offering summer competitive swimming programming since 1982.
The Eastlink Centre is home to the Grande Prairie Gymnastics Club. With a state-of-the-art facility, Gymniks provide professional instruction in competitive and recreational gymnastics, trampoline, tumbling and cheerleading.
The Grande Prairie Piranhas Swim Club head office is located at the east end of the Eastlink Centre, where the building connects to the Coca-Cola Centre . The team is a year-round competitive swim team offering high quality professional coaching and technique instruction.
Scuba equipment and Padi certified dive training for people wanting something out of the ordinary. Shantara Dive Services is Grande Prairie area's local dive shop providing a variety of snorkelling gear, scuba equipment, and more.
The Canadian Paraplegic Association is located on the first floor near the West entrance. Their mission is to assist persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation.
All skill levels are welcome! Presented by Grande Prairie Squash & Racquetball. This year's league will provide a greater emphasis on team play and skill development. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Swan City FC is located on the second floor near the fitness center. The organization focuses on the growth and development of soccer for all ages in Grande Prairie.
Wapiti Whitewater Kayakers is a volunteer club engaged in multiple disciplines of kayaking which include but are not limited to recreational kayaking on lakes or rivers, slalom racing, freestyle, downriver racing (wild water), and canoe (kayak) polo.
The Wolverines Wheelchair Sports Association calls the Eastlink Centre their home. By promoting health, fitness and education through sport, recreational, and social activities they enhance the lives of people with disabilities.