Recreation & Community Events
2017 Mono Youth Soccer League Registration is now OPEN!
The season will run from June 7th through August 23rd for a total of 12 weeks. All games will be played on Wednesday evenings at the Mono-Amaranth Public School. Start time is 6:30 pm for Little Cleats and U6; 7:30 p.m. for U8, U10 & U12, and runs for approx. 1 hour including warm-up.
All leagues are co-ed and grouped by age:
This is a non-competitive league. Our goal is to ensure that everyone has fun and learns the fundamentals of soccer.
Early Bird Registration (until March 31st): $75 per player
As of April 1st: $85 per player
Registration closes Monday May 1st @ 9 a.m.
Registration includes team uniform, team photo, individual medallion and a year end BBQ. Every player also receives his/her own soccer ball.
Classes run April 18th to July 4th
- Family Ski Day
- Winter got the best of us?
We embraced winter and with sightings of Red Winged Blackbirds on the rise, we are looking forward to all that spring promises, including a Spring Yoga Program.
Classes start April 18th and run every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. for 12 weeks. Cost is $75 for a season pass & $10 for a single class pass.
For more information and to buy your pass, see the Yoga Classes page on the Town's website.
Our communities are growing and we need to grow our trails too. Recreation and outdoor spaces are vital to what makes us healthy. It's about Community Well-Being!
Headwaters Communities in Action is hosting a Trails Summit at Monora Park on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. The Summit will be an opportunity for stakeholders, interested groups, businesses and residents to come together to discuss and learn about all things Trail in Headwaters.
Topics of discussion include:
- Rail Trail Development
- Dufferin County Active Transportation and Trails plan
- Regional Trail Committee Discussion
- Economic Impact of Trail Development
- Developing Interpretive Signage
- Headwaters Trails Connectivity
For more information and to register, go to headwaterscommunities.org.
The fourth annual Compass Run for Food is being held on Saturday, June 10, 2017 in support of area food banks. The 5K & 10K routes are loops that take runners down Credit Valley Conservation’s beautiful and flat Lakeside Trail and Mono’s Baker Trail.
Last year's run raised over $23,000 for the Orangeville and Shelburne Food Banks, the Lighthouse Soup Kitchen, the Door Youth Centre, and Local Community Garden initiatives.
For further details and to register visit compassrun.com.