FREE Programs

The City of Prince Albert offers many programs and events FREE of charge.

Fall/Winter 2019

Free Programming

Community Associations

We are so fortunate to have 10 Community Clubs and 1 Community Centre — each with a unique set ofrecreation facilities to meet their community needs.Check out a tennis court this Fall or an outdoor rink this Winter!

Volunteers are needed—consider joining today!

Bernice Sayese Centre

The Bernice Sayese Centre is a hub for recreation in the West Flat area. The Centre has a gymnasium, hall,meeting facility, kitchen, preschool,and playground. Programs are set specific to each season.

For more information call (306) 763-9378 or stop in to the Bernice Sayese Centre at 1350 15th Avenue West.

Parkland Community Club and Hall

The Parkland Community Club offers freegymnasium access to community groups thatprovide program opportunities inclusive to all area residents.

Please call 306-953-4816 for more information

Kinsmen Heritage Seniors Centre
For information contact Bill Norman at (306) 764-7641.

Provides a variety of programming and recreational activities on weekdays and special events on weekends. Shuffleboard, dancing, exercise programs and special events. A small membership fee applies.


The Bill Smiley Archives is available for research through the Prince Albert Historical Society. 

John V Hicks Gallery

Visit the Gallery during Arts Centre hours of operation. New local or OSAC exhibits monthly. For more information call the Arts Centre at (306) 953-4811

Mann Art Gallery 

Visit, free of charge, the art gallery and relax and absorb the ambiance. 

John M Cuelenaere Public Library

Try out adult and teen craft nights, creative writing, anime, book launches, one-on-one tech help, seniors computer classes, movie nights, and fall book club.Story times for babies, preschoolers, and kids after school.Drop-in Saturdays for kid's crafts, activity days, and matinees! 

Parks and Trails

Did you know that Prince Albert has 35 parks?

Visit one today! Try disc golf in Mair Park;Tobogganing at Little Red, walk, bike or skateboard the Rotary Trail, or visit a playground .