The Rec Network

Rec network tv screen on display at Millennium Place

The Rec Network is a tool to connect non-profit sport, recreation and culture based service providers in Strathcona County with the public, supporting a community driven approach for a healthy and livable Strathcona County.

The Rec Network events and activities

See what's happening with sport, recreation and culture in your community!

Submit your event to The Rec Network

NEW: In response to the changing recreation environment during the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual sport, recreation and culture event and activity submissions will temporarily be accepted. In addition to event information, submissions will contain a text box for hosts to input measures being taken to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 for any in-person events and activities that are operating. All events and activities must follow Alberta Health Services current guidelines.

Fees for the Digital Advertisement bookings have temporarily been reduced to $24.50 to reflect the different usage of our recreation facilities due to COVID-19. Additionally, each group who books a Community Road Sign will receive a free digital ad space on the Rec Network for the same time period as their booking.

The Rec Network guidelines

Promotions permitted

  • Sport, recreation and culture based messages such as registration dates, tournament information, event/program information, sport or community group fund development initiatives (e.g. silent auction, golf tournament), and/or any additional information that Strathcona County deems appropriate are permitted.
  • All promotional concepts require approval, must be deemed appropriate for public posting, and not conflict with Strathcona County exclusivity arrangements.

Calendar eligibility

  • Non-profit sport, recreation and culture based groups located in Strathcona County.
  • If an organization is not based in Strathcona County, but the event or activity occurs in the County and will contribute to local economic development, it may be eligible at the sole discretion of Strathcona County.
  • Fund development initiatives (e.g. silent auctions, golf tournaments) must be for the benefit of the organization, not at a team level.

Event listing

FREE online calendar featured on The Rec Network TV screens at Ardrossan Recreation Complex and Millennium Place and on this webpage.

Digital advertisement

Digital advertisement (temporarily reduced to $24.50 for two-week period)

  • Do you want to see your group advertised on The Rec Network TV screens at Ardrossan Recreation Complex and Millennium Place? Submit your request for The Rec Network (753.6 KB)
  • Please review the usage guidelines below and submit your form and graphic files at least two weeks prior to your requested advertising date.

Community recovery (for organizations)

Supporting change through the COVID-19 pandemic

Recreation plays a significant role in the quality of life for our residents. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, providing or participating in recreation services comes with new challenges. The Rec Network is a resource to help support organizations in Strathcona County as they work to adhere to the new Alberta Health guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

Framework for easing restrictions in the Province

The Province announced a four-step approach to easing certain COVID-19 restrictions. Sport, recreation and culture community groups may be able to ease restrictions at different steps depending on their activities.

Find out more information on the framework for easing restrictions.

Step 2 changes - March 1

Step 2 of the Province’s A Path Forward was announced on March 1 and is now in place.

Find out more information about Step 2 changes.

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Last updated: Tuesday, March 02, 2021
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