Registration for the 2019/20 Summer and Winter sports is now open and that there are 2 ways to do it.  Either attend an open house on Saturday, April 27 or complete and mail in or bring to the first night of sport.  In order to make sure we have up-to-date and accurate information; we are asking all athletes (returning and new) to complete the full package. There is a new system in place with Special Olympics Ontario and we want to make sure it is complete.  This will help ensure the athletes have amazing sports experiences while keeping their health and safety at the forefront.  we thank you for taking the time to help maintain accurate records. See below to learn how you can register for Summer 2019 and Fall/Winter 2019/20.

Register Now!Be There!
  Share your photos! Click on the link below to upload pictures of Peterborough Athletes and Events to our SO Google Photo Album! Family-friendly pictures only!

Click here to upload pictures now! 

Once the site opens, click the "Add to Album" button in the upper right corner. You can then "show all photos" on your computer, and choose which ones you want to share!
Also, please feel free to click the 
+ symbol and invite other athletes and family to view and share photos as well!


Bowling is back! Mary has managed to arrange for a few volunteers, and effective immediately, bowling back!

Thanks very much, Mary - and thanks to the new SO Volunteers!

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.

 More news coming soon! Check back regularly!

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.