Tues., March 21, 2023
Loonie #$347 plus sales
Odd/Even$938 plus sales in 18#'s or less
Lucky Star$1,816 plus sales
Bonanza$1,900 plus sales in 53#’s or less
Lucky 7$11,069 plus sales in 24#s or less
Full House$750 in 50#s or less
Knights Bonanza$5,000 in 51#'s or less
Loonie # $347 plus sales
Odd/Even $938 plus sales in 18#'s or less
Lucky Star $1,816 plus sales
Bonanza $1,900 plus sales in 53#’s or less
Lucky 7 $11,069 plus sales in 24#s or less
Full House $750 in 50#s or less
Knights Bonanza $5,000 in 51#'s or less
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Registration for all spring/sports are now open and ready to go!  

Baseball (ages 6-18), Basketball (ages 5-18), Mighty, Mini & Junior Soccer (ages 3-8), Community Soccer (ages 9-12) and Youth Soccer (ages 9-18).

We are also running a 4 week Mini Soccer Skills session from April 5-26 on Wednesday's from 5-6 pm for those 5-8 years of age.

Registration links and information for all these programs can be found on the Registration page.  Information about the different sports and levels can be found by clicking on the sport link on the left side of our webpage.

Information and prices on all sports can be found here.

Make sure you register as soon as you can so you don't miss out!


This year's AGM will take place on Monday, April 17th at 7 pm in the Multipurpose Room, located just inside the main doors at the Norberry site on Molgat Avenue.  Hear what's been happening around the community centre and what upcoming plans are.  

We are always looking for people to join our board, or just come out to help on special occasions, so mark this date on your calendar and plan to attend!


On June 2nd, 2023 we will be holding our Annual Knight of Celebration.  At this event we also take the time to recognize some important volunteers from NGCC.  Right now, we are looking for nominations for the following awards:

Volunteer of the Year - Do you know a coach, volunteer or parent that has gone above and beyond what is expected of them and want to have them recognized?  

Lifetime Builder Award - This award is for a person who has dedicated many years to NGCC and made exemplary contributions to the betterment of our community centre.

Cory Anderson Inspiration Award - This award is for anyone from our NGCC community - whether it be an adult or child or team - who shows good sportsmanship, compassion, kindness and inclusion for everyone. 

Nominations can be forwarded to the office here.  Please include the award you are nominating for, their name and a brief story about why you are nominating them.  We look forward to hearing from you! 


Seniors Bingo - Doors open at 11:30 am - purchase cards by 12:30 for 12:45 pm start.  Bingo is usually done around 3 pm. More information is here.  

Regular Evening Bingo - doors open at 5:30 pm.  Early birds at 6:45 pm and regular bingo starts at 7:15 pm.  More information is here.  


NGCC offers Light & Lively Fitness classes on Monday and Friday mornings. For more information on these classes, click here.  Sessions begin in January, March/April and September.

Peg Family Fitness
offers a Prenatal Yoga program here at NGCC.  Visit their website here.

JAM Winnipeg hosts different sports in our gym in the evenings throughout the year. JAM Winnipeg 

For specific information about our Boundaries, Payment options and Subsidy information, click here. To see a map of our boundaries, Norberry-Glenlee CC Boundary .


NGCC Universal Toilet Room View Full Story Minimize
February 28, 2023 |
In 2022 our big project here at NGCC... In 2022 our big project here at NGCC was our Universal Toilet Room (UTR). We were thankful for the City of Winnipeg Renovation Grant, the Province's Building Sustainable Communities Grant, a CIPG grant through Councilor Brian Mayes and a grant through the Thomas Sill Foundation! This project improves our facility to now make it even more inclusive, especially for those that need to be attended to in a washroom. The UTR is located just inside the main doors here at the Norberry site on Molgat Avenue, so people attending events here or those using the Accessible Play Park outside can access it easily. The UTR is located where our former storage room was, so we had to create a new storage room with doors off the main hall. We also updated the doors to go into the main hall, making them fully accessible too. To see photos of the project, visit our Facebook page.

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September 08, 2022 |
Hockey Winnipeg and area associations are excited to announce the creation of our U11 Recreational Program... Hockey Winnipeg and area associations are excited to announce the creation of our U11 Recreational Program in hopes of providing an accessible and inclusive introduction to the sport of hockey for youth ages 9-10 years old. The recreational program is a co-ed, 20 week program beginning in October and runs until the middle of March. It will consist of 1 game per week, played every Saturday at St. Vital Arena with an emphasis on basic skill development and games in a fun and relaxed environment. All skill levels are welcomed with no previous hockey experience needed. Due to limited space availability, players cannot simultaneously play organized hockey and participate in the recreational program. The cost of the program is approximately $350 per player. Registration is now open here. Questions? Please reach out to the Grassroots Program Coordinator, Janelle at grassroots@hockeywinnipeg.ca or 204-784-5454 ext. 4.

Midsummer's Night Dream Celebration Recap View Full Story Minimize
June 11, 2022 |
WOW is all we can say! What a great night we had... Midsummer's Night Dream Celebration Recap WOW is all we can say! What a great night we had...so many people to open the Play Park and take part in all the fun! It was an overwhelming success with tons of people here. Thanks to Brian Mayes, Rochelle Squires and Jamie Moses for coming down and sharing this moment with us. Thank you to the volunteers that showed up, the vendors who provided everyone with bouncing fun, cotton candy, games, races and artistry for kids faces and memories. A HUGE thank you to our Special Events Directors Tiffany and Rachel, who put in hours of work planning, shopping and supervising last night. To our Board of Directors that also showed up to help out and manage lines, cook hot dogs, put out fires and clean up throughout the evening - you already do enough and you do more when asked! To the 500-600 people that came to support us and take part in the first community celebration in way too long - THANK YOU. For understanding that the overwhelming success meant long lineups for everything, and the fact that the 300 hot dogs and 20 extra large pizzas were still not enough food to give away, no one complained or yelled (that we know of anyway)! To Archangel Fireworks - thank you for an absolutely AWESOME Fireworks display! So many people stayed to watch and pulled over to enjoy them. It was just what our community needed! Our photographer Cindy Phelan took over 200 photos. Check them out on our Facebook page or you can also see them here. Make sure you check out and like our page for all things Norberry-Glenlee Community Centre.

NGCC Accessible Play Park View Full Story Minimize
October 30, 2020 |
ACCESSIBLE PLAY PARK - The park is now open... ACCESSIBLE PLAY PARK - The park is now open...after 4 years of grant applications, fundraising and lots of hard work...it is all worthwhile! This park has something for people of all ages, and we are very proud of it. The park has lighting, handicapped parking stalls and video surveillance. A HUGE thank you goes out to Lindsay, Christina and Shauna from the City, Murray and his crew from Colcat for the awesome design, Dave and the crew from Prairie Rubber Paving for the rubber base and design, and Troy and the B&B crew that tied everything together.

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