Great things happening in beautiful Cooks Creek, Manitoba
The history of the Cooks Creek Community Centre began in 1977 with the Knights of Columbus building the existing centre and donating it to the community. Later a merger with Zora Community Club created the Cooks Creek Community Centre.
We are a charitable nonprofit volunteer organization who are deeply committed to Cooks Creek and the Springfield community. Together with your help we will keep Cooks Creek a great place to live, work and have fun with family and friends.
To be a catalyst for social connection, capacity building and integration of services in our community while celebrating diversity, and enhancing the life and well-being of everyone who lives, works, and plays in our community.
To develop, coordinate and support a wide range of excellent programs and services for the Community of Cooks Creek and the entire RM of Springfield by working with community members, partners, and local agencies.
We are excited to announce the opening of the Beverley Lewis Memorial Picnic Shelter.
Located behind the Community Centre, we will be accepting bookings for a small fee to hold the shelter for your event. Please contact us at email@example.com to book your spot!
The Cooks Creek Community Centre site offers numerous great recreational programs and activities for all ages and abilities to enjoy.
Click on one of the tabs below the Recreation tab to find out more information on the programs currently running at the Cooks Creek Community Centre!
We are excited to offer programming cards for a variety of regular programming (walking, Tai Chi, badminton, volleyball) Cards are $20.00 each and expire December 31st of each year. This card entitles you to 10 sessions (which equals out to $2.00 a session) Regular drop in cost is $5.00