frequently asked questions

Browse through our most frequently asked questions (FAQs) for the Town of Clarenville.

Click the + below for answers to your questions.

Garbage and Recycling

The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

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Recreation, Culture & Wellness

The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

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Fire Department / Fire Prevention FAQs

The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

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In an Emergency

The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

Load More

Building

The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

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By-Law

The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

Load More

Planning/Zoning

The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

Load More

Public Works

The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

Load More

Water / Wastewater

The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

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The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

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The Town of Clarenville has many great facilities that are available for rent for private parties, a workshop or conference, meetings, and special events.

To book a Town Facility please visit our Facility Rentals page.

To view User Fees & Charges for Town Facilities please view the Rate Charts available here: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/booking-and-rentals/rate-charts

The Clarenville Dog park is located on the Trans Canada Highway, a short drive from the RCMP Detachment.

Clarenville’s leash-free dog park is a place where dogs can run free. When visiting our leash-free dog park, be aware that there are unleashed dogs at play. You are entering the park at your own risk. Parents should supervise their children at all times.

CARA Summer Program
Registration dates for the CARA Summer program are held in June at the Eastlink Events Centre from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Registration sheets and more information is available at: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Minor Soccer
Registration for Minor Soccer is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-soccer

Minor Softball
Registration for Minor Softball is held at the end of May. Registration is Online only.

For more information, registration dates and  to register please visit: https://clarenvillerecreation.com/minor-softball%2Fteeball

Summer Reading for Fun
The Summer Reading for Fun program at the College of the North Atlantic is a FREE children’s program offered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Literacy Council. Includes Reading, crafts, and educational games. Registration takes place at the College of the North Atlantic in July. For more information please contact the CNA Campus at 466-6900.

The Lions Splash Pad at Elizabeth Swan Park will be open, weather-permitting from approximately early June through to early September.

Hours of operation:
Monday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7pm
Thursday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Friday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Saturday: 9:30 am to Dusk
Sunday: 9:30 am to Dusk

NOTE: The Splash Pad is not supervised by Town staff.

For more information on the Splash Pad please visit our Elizabeth Swan Park page.

The Annual Lions Santa Clause Parade is usually held on the first weekend of December. The parade begins at 10am from Cormack Drive then proceeds along Memorial Drive to the end of the Shoal Harbour Causeway.

For more information on the Annual Santa Clause Parade please visit our Annual Celebrations page.

Our Annual Clarenville Days Celebration takes place the third week in July. Our Clarenville Days Celebrations has been a long tradition and offers a folk festival, pancake breakfast, fish & brewis, community barbeque, kiddies bike parade, pet show, Clarenville Idol, fireworks, boat parade, a dance at the Stadium, games of chance and fun, fun, fun! A full schedule of events is available about 2 weeks before the start of Clarenville Days. For more information, email brandon@clarenville.net or contact the town office at 466-7937.

Look for a full schedule of events on our website at clarenville.ca or on the Town of Clarenville Facebook page at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

On July 1, our community celebrates Canada Day in the park. Canada Day in the park takes place at Elizabeth Swan Park. Enjoy live entertainment, free BBQ, Dunk Tank, Bouncy Castles,  Face Painting, Fireworks at dusk and much more.

For more information on Canada Day Celebrations please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Town of Clarenville Facebook Page for an updated schedule of events at least 2 weeks prior to the event.

Also on July 1 at 11:30am, join us at the War Memorial located on Pleasant street across of the Town Hall for our Beaumont Hamel Memorial Parade and Service.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Eastlink Events Centre box office or online at https://eastlinkeventscentre.tix.com/Schedule.aspx?

For more information on purchasing a ticket at the EEC please visit: http://www.eastlinkeventscentre.com/box-office/how-to-buy-tickets

TheEastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is open from September to April daily from 8am – 11pm.

From April to Mid-June the Centre is open Monday to Thursday, 8:00am to 8pm, Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

From Mid-June to August the Centre is open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5pm. The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville is closed weekends unless there is an event scheduled.

The Eastlink Events Centre – Clarenville Box Office hours are:
– Wednesday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Thursday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Friday – 12 noon to 5pm
– Event days that fall on a Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the Box Office will be open at 4 pm prior to the show, unless otherwise stated.

The box office is located in the main lobby of the Eastlink Events Centre, on 15 Blackmore Avenue, off Manitoba Drive in Clarenville.

CREST provides a transportation system for people over the age of sixty and those over twenty-five who are confined to a wheelchair. The service covers an area centered in Clarenville with approximately a twenty-kilometer radius. The service operates on a scheduled route.

For more information on the CREST bus service please visit our Crest Bus Service page.

The town has partnered with Random Age Friendly, a local seniors organization. Random Age-Friendly Communities was established as an organization in June 2007. An Age-Friendly Community provides opportunities for seniors related to physical, mental, social interaction, a safe environment, literacy/education and computer education.

For more information on Random Age Friendly, you can visit their website at http://www.randomagefriendly.com/

The Twin Town 50+ Club offers various programs, games, outings and much more. For more information please click here.

Volunteers help make it possible for the Town to provide programs and services to citizens of Clarenville and the surrounding communities. There are many ways you can serve:

– Recreational committees including CARA, Wintertainment, Clarenville days etc.
– Child and Youth program committees
– Sport programs
– Age Friendly Communities
– Crest Bus Service
– many more..

While volunteers are appreciated 365 days of the year, we formally recognize volunteers at an Appreciation dinner each fall. This event is a time to give special thanks to all our volunteers and their families.

For more information of volunteer opportunities please contact our Recreation Manager Brandon Reardon at (709) 466-4105 ext 225 or brandon@clarenville.net

Clarenville’s Winter Carnival, Wintertainment takes place on the second week in February. Locations include White Hills Resort, Eastlink Events Centre and various locations throughout town.

For more information on Clarenville’s Wintertainment please visit our Annual Celebrations page or visit the Wintertainment Facebook Page.

The CARA Summer program runs for a duration of six (6) weeks. Beginning in July and ending in August.

Activities include: Ultimate Frisbee, Music/Theatre, Fun Movement, Indoor Curling, Basketball, Run Throw Jump Wheel, Badminton, Soccer, Lacrosse, Arts and Crafts, Tchouckball, Table Tennis, Spike Ball, Ball Hockey, Flag Football, Softball, Volleyball, Outdoor Adventures and much more!

For more information on the CARA Summer program please visit the CARA Website at https://clarenvillerecreation.com/cara-summer-program

Information on Clarenville’s Trails, Parks, playgrounds and Facilities can be found by clicking the links below:

Clarenville Trail System

Parks & Playgrounds

Elizabeth Swan Park

Eastlink Events Centre

Sports Facilities

 

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