The City of Pembroke has a wide variety of indoor and outdoor facilities available for using or booking!
The City of Pembroke has 4 baseball diamonds, located at Riverside Park. The following are the costs to rent the ball diamonds: Ball (per hour) Fields Dragged and Bases only - Minor: No Lights -...
The new programs are the successful result of a tremendous amount of teamwork involving technical and marketing experts, supported by valuable feedback from pool decision-makers, Instructors, Instructor Trainers, and end-users.
The City of Pembroke is pleased to be home to the Hockeytown Canada Mini Golf facility located in Riverside Park.
Known as Pem Ice II, this facility is the second indoor ice surface in Pembroke and is primarily used by the Minor Sport organizations. Built in 1977, the Centre has recently received an upgrade in terms of a multi-purpose room addition. The main season runs from August to April when the ice is in place but the facility remains in use during the summer months playing host to sporting and other special events.
The Pembroke Curing Club has regular, senior and junior members who curl on 4 sheets of ice regularly every day of the week except Saturday which is left open for bonspeils.
Nestled on the shores of the beautiful Ottawa River, the marina offers several amenities including gasoline, oil, river charts, pump-out, public washrooms and boater showers and laundry facility.
“The most impressive facility of its’ kind” between North Bay and Ottawa, the P.M.C. has a rich history and captures the imagination of many who enter her doors. The main tenant, the Pembroke Lumber Kings are a storied Junior “A” franchise and have competed for national championships in recent eras.
Click here to learn about or book the 600 seat Riverwalk Amphitheatre at Waterfront Park!
The City of Pembroke has 5 beautiful, green soccer fields - all located at Riverside Park. The following are the costs to rent the soccer fields: Soccer (per hour) - Minor: No Lights - Minor: With...
The City of Pembroke's tennis courts are located at Rotary Park, on the corner of James and Mary Streets. The courts are open to anyone, and are lit up for evening play.
The Bark Park is the City of Pembroke's official off-leash dog park.
April 5th, 2018Daffodil Pin Campaign for Canadian Cancer SocietyApril is Daffodil Month for the Canadian Cancer Society and it is THE month to fight back against...
April 18th, 2018Yoga with KimJoin Kim at Pembroke Public Library for Gentle Yoga Bring your own mat for any of these...
April 20th, 2018Designer & Upscale Clothing SaleNew and nearly new, brand name and designer clothing for men, women and children! Business...
April 21st, 2018Forest of Reading PartyDid you participate in the Forest of Reading program? Register for the Forest of Reading party to...
April 23rd, 2018Career Jump Start Strategy SessionCareer Jump Start Strategy Session with Lorraine MacDonald,ECPC Senga Transformational...
April 26th, 2018The Music GardenJoin Early Childhood Music Educator, Sosun Suh for a delightful musical program for your children....
April 28th, 2018Marigold PlantingJoin the Pembroke Public Library Children's department to plant marigolds for Mother's Day!...