|Tom Hornecker Recreation Centre|
The Tom Hornecker Recreation Centre is located in the centre of Nanton, accessible from both the North and Southbound Highway #2, on 18th Street. This large facility holds a large ice rink for winter skating sports, as well as three regular curling ice sheets.
The ice is utilized by the Nanton Minor Hockey Association, Nanton Figure Skating Club, Palominos Hockey Club as well as other local hockey and ringette clubs. The dry ice surface is rented out after the skating season for various events, such as lacrosse and specialty events like bull riding.
A racquetball court is also available. A concession stand is operational all year round within the facility. The Tom Hornecker Recreation Centre Staff is also responsible for rental of the outdoor recreation facilities, such as the beach volleyball court and the baseball diamonds.
Located East side of Hwy 2 Southbound at 2122 - 18 Street. Office hours are open during recreational use.
Tom Hornecker Recreation Centre Information Line - (403) 646-2522, or (403) 646-2961 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ice Schedule 2012/13
The swimming pool is open from May to September and has various programs running throughout the summer. We look forward to another great season in 2013! For further assistance, please contact the Information Line at 403-646-2522.
The Town of Nanton has four baseball diamonds located at Centennial Park. Each has a shale infield and grass outfield, individually fenced, and equipped with dugouts and bleachers. The maintenance and booking of the diamonds is handled through the staff at the Tom Hornecker Recreation Centre (403) 646–2961.
Nanton has many parks and green spaces in and around the community. The oldest park, Centennial Park is in the heart of the community. It has a brand-new, state-of-the-art playground and new skateboard park. Both features of the park are the result of community support and commitment to make Nanton a great place to live. The Nanton Children's Society, The Town of Nanton and community members helped raise funds to enhance and maintain Centennial Park.