Summer sports are wrapping up soon - have you registered for your Fall/Winter sport programs?
   It's Time to Dance!

Friday night dances are back next month, and as usual will be taking place on the first Friday of each month!

September 7 • October 5 • November 2

Dec 7 Christmas Dinner and Dance @ Kenner

January 4 • February 1 • March 1 • April 5 • May 3 • June 7

Doors open at 6:30 pm, and dance finishes at 9:30 pm. Cost is $ 8.00, Christmas Dinner/Dance is $15.00. 

Knights of Columbus Hall, St. Alphonsus Ligouri Church, 1066 Western Avenue, at the corner of Ford Street.

 
 
Bocce 2017


The season is coming to an end and I believe a great time was had by all. Some nights we had close to 50 athletes out playing, we also sent three athletes to the Provincial games - all three came home with medals. WELL DONE! The quality of play continues to improve each year and so does the number of participants. A big thank you goes out to all of the coaches and volunteers who, without their support, Bocce would not be possible - Gary Hutts, Barb Henry, Mary Hannah, Ken Embury, Karen Cambridge, Paul Brioux and Michelle Arndt - we thank you! We also send a thank you out to the Peterborough Italian Club for their support.

Remember, the Bocce End-of-Season Celebration is tasking place on August 28th, with the Italian Club. Reach out to one of the Bocce coaches if you have any questions at all! 

Bocce Team Standings as of August 5, 2017
 Team    WINS  LOST  TIES  POINTS
 Tiger Cats  9 4 1 33
 Stampeders  8 30 
 Alouettes  7 5 30 
 Argos  7 6 29 
 Rough Riders  6 28 
 Eskimos  6 27 
 BC Lions  5 25 
 Red & Black  4 10  22 

 
You can help make these smiles happen. By clicking the DONATE button, you will help support Special Olympics athletes in the Peterborough community.

Your donations help provide everything from sports equipment and uniforms, to ice packs and first aid supplies. Every dollar makes a difference in the lives of our athletes. Thank you.



 
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About Us

Special Olympics Ontario is a volunteer driven organization with some 18,000 athletes and 8,000 volunteers registered across the province. Athletes range in age from 8 - 80 and have the opportunity to train in 18 core sports.

The Peterborough District Community of Special Olympics Ontario has over 150 registered athletes and more than 50 dedicated volunteers. Every facet of our community is dedicated to enriching the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.

Our sports teams are always looking for energetic, compassionate individuals who are interested in getting involved. Volunteering for Special Olympics not only feels great, but it's easy to do. The time requirements are not cumbersome, often only requiring two to three hours per week, over the season of the sport you get involved in. If you have some spare time, and want to help make a difference, please, use the link above to register as a volunteer, or use the Contact Us link to ask questions.