A number of family-related activities are offered throughout the year. Details are available in the Activity Guide.
Please note that a profile number is required before registering online or in person. To acquire a profile number, visit the following link. This step may take a few days so please ensure that you apply before registration begins. After receiving your profile number via email, you must visit the Dieppe Aquatic and Sports Centre or City Hall in person to show proof of residence.
Each week, the Dieppe Aquatic and Sports Centre offers a number of public swimming sessions for all ages.
Fun on ice
In 2014, Place 1604 is your meeting place for outdoor skating, bonfire, music and hot chocolate. Free.
Free sleigh rides are offered between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. every Sunday from January to March at Rotary St-Anselme Park,
weather permitting. Private sleigh rides are also available by making a reservation.
January 31 to February 2 - Dieppe Friendship Carnival
Get out your tuque and mittens and come out to enjoy the many activities.
April 13 - Bunny Run at Rotary St-Anselme Park
The fun starts at 1 p.m. with an egg hunt followed by games, face painting, crafts and participation prizes. Free.
Every Tuesday - 12 challenges
This program`s goal is for youth aged 5 to 11 to discover athletics and increase activity levels in a non-competitive atmosphere.
Three different challenges are undertaken at each session. Registration: trackereg.ca from Monday, April 14, until Thursday,
May 1. ($25 / four sessions)
May 24-25 - Children`s Festival at Arthur-J.-LeBlanc
Cooperative gamesl; interactive kiosks; sports, cultural and artistic activities; story workshops; various games for youth aged
3-12, held from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Registration is required.
You must get a profile number in order to register online or in person at Dieppe City Hall.
Registration for residents: Beginning Tuesday May 13, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Free
Registration for non-residents: Beginning Thursday, May 15, at 10 a.m. $5
The gardens provide an opportunity for residents to grow vegetables, berries, herbs or various annuals or perennials on
municipal property.The municipality will support the initial and annual development of the gardens. This includes work such as tilling the soil and delivering soil and compost. Check out the Gardener’s Guide to find out more about the program including the responsibilities of gardeners and the applicable rules. Application forms are also available.
Click here for the pdf version. (Form is available on page 5)