Useful Recreation Links
Active Living initiatives are springing up around the state and country as innovative approaches to improving individual and community health status.  The Active Living Ramsey County! (ALRC) initiative is developing with the support of community and business leaders, health plans, city, county and school officials, and residents of all walks of life.
Community education courses offered through the Roseville Area School District #623.
Adult education courses offered through White Bear Lake Area Community Services (School District #624.)
A non-profit group that raises funds to supplement the cost of youth activities and construction of facilities within Little Canada. The LCRA has a rich history within the community and holds regular events throughout the year, such as professional sport event bus trips, casino bus trips, the Annual Ice Fishing Contest (in February) and more.
Register online for Little Canada's activities or view our offerings.
This organization conducts the league in which our youth baseball teams participate.  Game standings can be viewed online.
Many of our recreational programs are run in conjunction with Maplewood Parks & Rec.
Minnesota Recreation and Park Association (MRPA) was formed in 1937 to foster the growth and development of the parks and recreation profession throughout the state.
Offers a competitive traveling youth soccer program in the east metro area including the communities of Maplewood, Oakdale, North St. Paul, and the surrounding areas.
A nonprofit organization that serves the communities in the Northeast and Northcentral Metro area promoting swimming as a lifelong activity for all ages and ability levels.
Offers traveling and recreational youth soccer throughout the north suburban area including the communities in the Roseville and Mounds View Area School Districts.
Offers league play for girls ages 9-18 who live in Roseville Area School District #623.
A program designed to provide programs and services for persons 55 years and older.
Offers youth hockey leagues for Little Canada residents.
The USSSA sanctions, creates, and promotes a variety of sports including softball, baseball, and basketball.
 
   
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