Chase Carter

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Soccer Kids in the Park Program – Free!!

Program is free, no registration required, just drop in to your neighborhood playground or youth centre at the scheduled time! Program travels to 45 different City of Saskatoon playground and youth centre sites and is instructed by certified soccer coaches! http://www.saskatoonyouthsoccer.ca/minisocceru6-u10/programs/soccerkidsinthepark By Day By Neighbourhood  

Garage Sale Update – Entertainment!!

Update for our garage sale this Saturday. Karla from www.hulahoopster.com will be joining us from 10-11am to showcase her talents and give us a taste of what we will learn in her class that we are offering in September!! Come check it out!!

MINI FOS 2013 – Soccer Tournament Schedules Posted

http://www.saskatoonyouthsoccer.ca/minisocceru6-u10/league/tournaments

Russian Combat Fitness Bootcamp – CANCELLED

Do to low enrollment numbers Boot Camp will not be offered. If there is future interest then maybe we can reaccess the offering. Thanks to all who tried to make this work. The FCA is happy to provide the opportunity to work out with friends in the beautiful outdoors!  Bootcamps are very popular throughout the …

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Fairhaven Community Garage Sale – June 15th

Fairhaven Community garage sale is June 15th – 8:00am – 4:00pm.   The FCA wants to help you sell your treasures so we are renting tables for $15 at the Fairhaven Elementary School parking lot.  The more tables we have, the bigger crowd we will attract!  We will have a small concession as well.  Please …

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Soccer Schedules are Now Posted.

Please see the Soccer page for more information.

Ball Schedules are Now Posted.

Fairhaven Rookie Boys start Monday May 13 @ 6:30 at H.S. Sears #2. Fairhaven Blastball starts Tuesday May 14 @ H.S. Sears #3. If you need to look up the maps please go to www.smsl.ca. Schedules will be handed out at first games but you can see the full schedule for Fairhaven on the Softball page.

2013 Outddoor Skating Season Complete

Easter weekend marked the end of the ice.  I would like to thank everyone that helped build the rink, flood the rink and shovel throughout the winter.  It was a great year and we will move forward with completing some unfinished parts of the rink and hopefully by next winter we will have lights and …

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