Spiritwood Area Recreation, Culture, and Sports Inc. (SARCS) is a non-profit organization administered by a Recreation Director, hired by the Town of Spiritwood, with the guidance of a volunteer board of directors. They employ one, full time Facility Manager, as well as numerous part time staff throughout the seasons. Through creating partnerships and positive working relationships, SARCS facilitates the development of sport, culture, and recreation programs and services to residents of Spiritwood and surround area. Thus enhances the economic value and quality of life available to the people within the community. Partners to SARCS include but are not limited to user groups, the Town of Spiritwood, the RM of Spiritwood, and Northern Lakes Economic Development Corporation. Many of the user groups fall under the design of SARCS but exist as their own entity.

Parks and recreation have three values that make them essential services to communities: Economic Value, Health and Environmental Benefits, and Social Importance.

Upcoming Events


Bowling Alley Hours

We now have our Winter Hours for the Bowling Alley. Come out for some fun, indoor, winter entertainment. For Information or Bookings call: 306-883-2088

Arena Crop Fundraiser 2017

“ARENA CROP”  is in the Bins!! SARCS would like to express a Thank You to everyone involved in helping make the Arena Crop Project a Success! (Featured in Picture: Paul Dauvin, Ryan Steinhilber, Rick Knot, Brooke Moon, Lindsay Wells, Kendall Gaboury, Aaron Dauvin, Terry Wingerter, Deb Steinhilber, Randy Tiringer, Bryan Gaboury, Todd Olson, Lloyd Fisher, […]

Spiritwood Curling Club

Welcome To A New Curling Season. Here is a list of the 2017/18 Bonspiels/Events.

Sask Lotteries Community Grant

Saskatchewan Lotteries provides funding every year to communities around the province to support recreation, cultural, and art programs, activities, and events. Is your group looking for additional funding to support your programs? Or are you looking to start a new event, but need a jump start in funds? The Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant program might […]