Revised RPCC constitution now available

The board of Roblin Park Community Centre will be presenting the revised constitution to all community members at our Annual General Meeting on Thursday, April 20, 2017. 

It is now available to read here.

If you have any questions or concerns about the document, members of the community will be able to discuss at the AGM.

New board members needed

At the AGM, Roblin Park Community Centre will be seeking volunteers for several positions. More information can be found here.

Roblin Park is run by a volunteer board of directors, community members who have stepped up to keep the club vibrant and active. Consider joining the board!

If you'd like to know more about our new board configuration, we'll be providing more information at our April 4 board meeting at RPCC. It starts at 8pm.

Also, please join us at our AGM on Thursday, April 20, 2017.

If you would like more information, please contact Chris Kramp.

Spring basketball registration

In-person registration is now complete. 

Jr NBA (5-7) can still register online until March 27.


Introductory program for boys and girls 5-7. Program runs 1 time a week for 1 hour.


Fundamental skill of basketball focus. Players will practice 1 time a week and have 1-2 games per week. 

Children's programs at Roblin Park

Visit our Kids Club & Tiny Tots page for complete information about our nursery schoolpre-school and school age childcare programs.

Registration for 2017-2018 will be at our Open House on Tuesday, March 21st, 6:00-7:00 pm.

Wayne Tichon receives volunteer service award

Congrats to our very own Wayne Tichon for his recognition from the City of Winnipeg for his years of volunteer service. Wayne has always been one of our super volunteers who has consistently gone above and beyond. Thank you Wayne for all you do!

Our recreational fields have a new name!

Marcy “The Iceman” Beaucage has been an integral part of the Roblin park community for the last 29 years. Throughout the winter he can be seen at the club almost every day making sure that the youth in the community have an area to retreat to and enjoy the Winnipeg winters. 

Roblin Park has become renowned for its ice rinks, ice slides and skating loop. This is the result of the countless hours that Marcy puts into the club every single year. 

We are ecstatic that this field has officially been named “The Marcy Beaucage Field!”

THANK-YOU for another great Winter Carnival!

Another successful Roblin Park Winter Carnival has come to a close. We thank everyone who came out and participated and special thanks to all the volunteers for your support!

Winter Carnival

Follow us at Roblin Park Winter Carnival on Facebook.

Please contact our carnival committee if you have any questions:

Roblin Park Community Centre  -  640 Pepperloaf Crescent, Winnipeg R3R 1E8  -  (204) 837-9288  -  Email us

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Summer children's program information and registration forms available

Our Children's Program is pleased to announce we'll be offering summer camps and child care for pre-school and school age children for 2017.

Check out our Summer Programs page for more information.

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Wednesday night karate at Roblin Park

Chito-Ryu Karate class
Try two classes free!
Kids  6 - 7 pm
Adults  7 - 8 pm

Chito-Ryu is a traditional Japanese style of Karate. It offers self defense training as well as excellent physical conditioning. The students develop a greater sense of self-confidence, focus and learn to respect themselves and others. The karate classes are fun and interactive; no special athletic ability or skill is required. 

Chito-Ryu can be practised by anyone that has the motivation to improve themselves. Our style develops a well rounded fighter. It teaches striking, blocking, throws, joint locks, offensive and defensive attacks as well as rolls and break falls. We also offer a strong sport karate opportunity through Karate Manitoba, there's no limit to how far you can take the competition side of the art.

For more information please visit