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Rosetown Local Attractions & Things To Do The Rose Trail The Rose Trail is a year-round, multi-use trail that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and fitness levels. This trail offers the citizens of Rosetown and tourists a safe and secure designated area to walk, job, cycle or cross-country ski their way towards a healthier lifestyle. Communities in Bloom formed a Trail Committee in March 2002, and have been working in partnership with the Town of Rosetown, community organizations, businesses and volunteers to design and develop a trail that meets the needs of the citizens. The Rose Trail is approximately 6.0 kilometres in length. Heritage Trail: Phase I of the trail is now completed. It begins at the Museum and ends at the Prairie View Camp ground on Marshall Avenue. The Rose Trail Committee has planted a flower bed at the beginning of the Trail in co-operation with the Museum Committee. A memorial bench was donated and has been placed at the beginning of the Trail. An arch was constructed by the Rosetown Hutterite Colony to mark the entrance to the trail. Nature Trail: Phase II is located along Marshall Avenue from the Prairie View Camp ground to Highway 4. A rest area was constructed along the Trail and six light standards were installed along Marshall Avenue in 2006. There is winter hours for the lights, which will be from November 1st to April 1st from 6:00 am to 9:00 am and 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm, and summer hours will be from April 1st to October 31st from 8:00 pm to 12:00 am. The rest of the construction is targeted for completion by fall 2007. Heart's in Motion Trail: From Marshall Avenue crossing Highway 4 to the Cemetery, running south through the Sports Grounds in front of Rosetown Central High School and ends in front of the Rosetown Health Centre. A landscaped rest area is located near the sports grounds between the ball diamonds. Seniors' Trail: From the hospital the trail will cross over Highway 4 at the cross-walk, proceed through the Pool Park and along 5th Avenue to Lovett Park, the Rose Garden, though the trees north of Ridpath Road to join up with Heritage Trail and end at the museum. Milden Golf Course The Milden Golf Course has recently seen a change in ownership as well as improvements to the fairways, course layout and services provided.  The par 32 course is a challenge with two of four Par 3 holes being over 200 yards.  Services include air-conditioned clubhouse with deck, power cart rentals and cart shed rentals for a nominal seasonal fee.  Men's and Ladies' nights occur regularly and tournaments and social functions can be booked with an all inclusive deal.  For information and bookings call (306) 935-2001 or visit www.villageofmilden.com/GolfCourse.htm.  We'll see you on the course! Crystal Beach Golf Course Crystal Beach Golf Course is located 2 km west of Harris off of Highway 7.  Located in the Crystal Beach Game Preserve, this  9-hole golf course is a relaxing, rolling Par 3 course with sand greens.  This unique native grass course has challenging terrain with fairways nestled between beautiful trees and bushes.  The native bear-paw cactus provides challenges unique to this community, committee-run golf course.  Fee schedule:  $5.00 per 9 hole rounds; $35.00 adult membership; $70.00 family membership. Rosetown Tourism Centre Mini-Golf Course   The Rosetown Tourism Centre houses a refurbished 18-hole mini-golf course.  The course features an orange grain elevator and barn replicas as obstacles and Shrek characters to cheer up the young ones.  The 18th hole gives you chance to win a free game if the ball ends up in the middle of the rose.  For more information on mini-golf contact the Tourism Centre at (306) 882-3900, between May and August.   Shopping In Rosetown Rosetown's downtown is the place to be to find anything from clothes to antiques. An interesting note about the buildings on Main Street is most of them have a historical plaque displaying the history of the store or building.  Not only can you shop in the existing stores but you can take a walk down old Main Street too! ........................................... Rosetown Curling Rink Located in the Saskcan Centre, the Rosetown Curling Rink has a heated spectator area, licensed lounge and lockers for club members. Renowned for some of the best ice conditions in Saskatchewan, the curling rink has five sheets of artificial ice and is operated by the Rosetown Curling Club. Plans to upgrade the facility are being discussed between the Rosetown Curling Club and the Town of Rosetown. To find out what is on the ice during the curling season please contact the Curling Club Lounge at 882-2777 or Curling Club Lobby at 882- 3555. http://www.rosetowncurlingclub.ca/ .......................................... Rosetown Arts Centre The Arts Centre is a multi-use facility providing cultural opportunities for all ages. It is located in the basement of the Wheatland Regional Library and hosts art lessons, Arts Council, Photography Club and a Writers Group as well as the Annual Arts Council's Art Exhibition. .......................................... The Ball & Pin House Located at: 117 1st Avenue West, Rosetown The Ball & Pin House offers a variety of activities. There are six 5-pin bowling lanes, two of which are bumper lanes, that feature autoscoring and glow bowling. For more information call 882-4455. .......................................... Lighthouse Recreation Center The Lighthouse Recreation Center is open for action and has a lot of new activities and great programs for people of all ages. Call toll free: 1-877-899-8109 or email: hope@lighthouserocks.net For more information check out the website: www.lighthouserocks.net ........................................... Rosetown Leisure Aquatic Centre Located at: 612 Highway 4 North, Rosetown The Rosetown Leisure Aquatic Centre (RLAC) is owned and operated by the Town of Rosetown. Open from the beginning of June to the end of August, the RLAC was one of Saskatchewan's first facilities to introduce an outdoor zero depth entry pool. There is a hot tub to relax in while the kids have fun in the pool and swimming lessons during the summer months for children. It is also home to the very successful Rosetown Royals Speed Swim Team. Rosetown Gun Club Located in the basement of the swimming pool is the Rosetown Gun Club shooting range. Summer season inquiries can be made directly to the pool at 882-2213; in the off season contact the Parks & Recreation Department at 882-2050. ........................................... Sports Facilities Saskcan Centre The Saskcan Centre is a multi-purpose facility with heated seating for more than 3,000 spectators who come to enjoy indoor winter sports like hockey and figure skating. ............................................ Fitness Facilities Rosetown & District Civic Centre The Civic Centre houses the Rosetown Fitness Centre and a large gym with a variety of activities. The Fitness Centre features cardio machines, weight machines, and free weights. The Fitness Centre offers a variety of membership options including reduced rates for seniors and students and free consultations for new memberships. For information on booking the Civic Centre gym, a list of activities or Fitness Centre information contact Brenda Slimmon at (306) 882-3338. ............................................
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Rosetown Local Attractions & Things To Do The Rose Trail The Rose Trail is a year-round, multi-use trail that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and fitness levels. This trail offers the citizens of Rosetown and tourists a safe and secure designated area to walk, job, cycle or cross-country ski their way towards a healthier lifestyle. Communities in Bloom formed a Trail Committee in March 2002, and have been working in partnership with the Town of Rosetown, community organizations, businesses and volunteers to design and develop a trail that meets the needs of the citizens. The Rose Trail is approximately 6.0 kilometres in length. Heritage Trail: Phase I of the trail is now completed. It begins at the Museum and ends at the Prairie View Camp ground on Marshall Avenue. The Rose Trail Committee has planted a flower bed at the beginning of the Trail in co-operation with the Museum Committee. A memorial bench was donated and has been placed at the beginning of the Trail. An arch was constructed by the Rosetown Hutterite Colony to mark the entrance to the trail. Nature Trail: Phase II is located along Marshall Avenue from the Prairie View Camp ground to Highway 4. A rest area was constructed along the Trail and six light standards were installed along Marshall Avenue in 2006. There is winter hours for the lights, which will be from November 1st to April 1st from 6:00 am to 9:00 am and 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm, and summer hours will be from April 1st to October 31st from 8:00 pm to 12:00 am. The rest of the construction is targeted for completion by fall 2007. Heart's in Motion Trail: From Marshall Avenue crossing Highway 4 to the Cemetery, running south through the Sports Grounds in front of Rosetown Central High School and ends in front of the Rosetown Health Centre. A landscaped rest area is located near the sports grounds between the ball diamonds. Seniors' Trail: From the hospital the trail will cross over Highway 4 at the cross-walk, proceed through the Pool Park and along 5th Avenue to Lovett Park, the Rose Garden, though the trees north of Ridpath Road to join up with Heritage Trail and end at the museum. Milden Golf Course The Milden Golf Course has recently seen a change in ownership as well as improvements to the fairways, course layout and services provided.  The par 32 course is a challenge with two of four Par 3 holes being over 200 yards.  Services include air-conditioned clubhouse with deck, power cart rentals and cart shed rentals for a nominal seasonal fee.  Men's and Ladies' nights occur regularly and tournaments and social functions can be booked with an all inclusive deal.  For information and bookings call (306) 935-2001 or visit www.villageofmilden.com/GolfCourse.htm.  We'll see you on the course! Crystal Beach Golf Course Crystal Beach Golf Course is located 2 km west of Harris off of Highway 7.  Located in the Crystal Beach Game Preserve, this  9-hole golf course is a relaxing, rolling Par 3 course with sand greens.  This unique native grass course has challenging terrain with fairways nestled between beautiful trees and bushes.  The native bear-paw cactus provides challenges unique to this community, committee- run golf course.  Fee schedule:  $5.00 per 9 hole rounds; $35.00 adult membership; $70.00 family membership. Rosetown Tourism Centre Mini-Golf Course   The Rosetown Tourism Centre houses a refurbished 18- hole mini-golf course.  The course features an orange grain elevator and barn replicas as obstacles and Shrek characters to cheer up the young ones.  The 18th hole gives you chance to win a free game if the ball ends up in the middle of the rose.  For more information on mini-golf contact the Tourism Centre at (306) 882-3900, between May and August.   Shopping In Rosetown Rosetown's downtown is the place to be to find anything from clothes to antiques. An interesting note about the buildings on Main Street is most of them have a historical plaque displaying the history of the store or building.  Not only can you shop in the existing stores but you can take a walk down old Main Street too! ........................................... Rosetown Curling Rink Located in the Saskcan Centre, the Rosetown Curling Rink has a heated spectator area, licensed lounge and lockers for club members. Renowned for some of the best ice conditions in Saskatchewan, the curling rink has five sheets of artificial ice and is operated by the Rosetown Curling Club. Plans to upgrade the facility are being discussed between the Rosetown Curling Club and the Town of Rosetown. To find out what is on the ice during the curling season please contact the Curling Club Lounge at 882-2777 or Curling Club Lobby at 882-3555. http://www.rosetowncurlingclub.ca/ .......................................... Rosetown Arts Centre The Arts Centre is a multi-use facility providing cultural opportunities for all ages. It is located in the basement of the Wheatland Regional Library and hosts art lessons, Arts Council, Photography Club and a Writers Group as well as the Annual Arts Council's Art Exhibition. .......................................... The Ball & Pin House Located at: 117 1st Avenue West, Rosetown The Ball & Pin House offers a variety of activities. There are six 5-pin bowling lanes, two of which are bumper lanes, that feature autoscoring and glow bowling. For more information call 882-4455. .......................................... Lighthouse Recreation Center The Lighthouse Recreation Center is open for action and has a lot of new activities and great programs for people of all ages. Call toll free: 1-877-899-8109 or email: hope@lighthouserocks.net For more information check out the website: www.lighthouserocks.net ........................................... Rosetown Leisure Aquatic Centre Located at: 612 Highway 4 North, Rosetown The Rosetown Leisure Aquatic Centre (RLAC) is owned and operated by the Town of Rosetown. Open from the beginning of June to the end of August, the RLAC was one of Saskatchewan's first facilities to introduce an outdoor zero depth entry pool. There is a hot tub to relax in while the kids have fun in the pool and swimming lessons during the summer months for children. It is also home to the very successful Rosetown Royals Speed Swim Team. Rosetown Gun Club Located in the basement of the swimming pool is the Rosetown Gun Club shooting range. Summer season inquiries can be made directly to the pool at 882-2213; in the off season contact the Parks & Recreation Department at 882-2050. ........................................... Sports Facilities Saskcan Centre The Saskcan Centre is a multi-purpose facility with heated seating for more than 3,000 spectators who come to enjoy indoor winter sports like hockey and figure skating. ............................................ Fitness Facilities Rosetown & District Civic Centre The Civic Centre houses the Rosetown Fitness Centre and a large gym with a variety of activities. The Fitness Centre features cardio machines, weight machines, and free weights. The Fitness Centre offers a variety of membership options including reduced rates for seniors and students and free consultations for new memberships. For information on booking the Civic Centre gym, a list of activities or Fitness Centre information contact Brenda Slimmon at (306) 882-3338. ............................................
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