On Deck - Upcoming sporting events in Chilliwack

Minor Baseball wraps up season at Fairfield Park

Chilliwack Minor Baseball holds its year-end wind up on Saturday, June 21 at Fairfield starting at 8:30 a.m. There will be finals for all the younger divisions covering ages four to 11 on the Peewee, Bantam, Mosquito and the soccer field as well as a skills competition and medal ceremonies.


Go Skateboarding Day  held at Webster Landing

On Saturday, June 21 the world will celebrate Go Skateboarding Day (GSD) ( and West 49, Canada’s largest action sports retailer, will be out in full force. West 49 Cottonwood Mall will host Go Skateboarding Day at Webster Skatepark at Webster Landing starting at noon. They will hand out free product, host some competitions and having a product toss. For a list of the activity nearest you go to:


Spend Saturday night under the lights

Come on out for Saturday night under the lights racing in Agassiz on June 21 starting at 6 p.m. Featuring mini stock special, compact hit to pass Hornets, midgets. Come out early to meet the drivers. Admission is $12 for adults, free for kids six and under. For more information visit


Set sail for club’s open house at Cultus Lake

The Cultus Lake Sailing Club will host an open house on Saturday, June 21 starting at 10 a.m. The club is located at the foot of Sunnyside Boulevard in Cultus Lake, next to Beach Bouys Rentals. Come by and try sailing as a pastime. For more information call Commodore Mark Isaak at 604-858-8678.


It’s your chance to try out kayaking at open house

Chilliwack Centre of Excellence Paddling Club holds their annual kayaking open house Saturday, June 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Boathouse at Main Beach, Cultus Lake. Come for a leisurely paddle, a taste of slalom, or a dock jump. Kayaks, equipment, instruction, and food all provided. Free for paddlers of all ages. Registration and information at


Links Fore Literacy golf fundraiser set for July 19

The Links Fore Literacy fundraising golf tournament is set to tee off July 19 at Meadowlands Golf Course. Four-person teams will compete in a Texas Scramble format for fabulous prizes while helping to support local literacy programs, delivered by the Chilliwack Learning Society (CLS). The tournament begins with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Tickets are $75 and includes dinner. To purchase tickets call 604-392-2404 or visit


Two golf courses need volunteers for events

About 80 of B.C.’s best U15 boys and girls golfers will converge on Meadowlands Golf Club Aug. 20 to 22 to compete in the B.C. Golf Bantam Championship. The following week (Aug. 25 to 28) a field of 120 U17 male and female standouts will compete at Royalwood Golf & RV Resort in the B.C. Golf Juvenile Championship.  For more information or to volunteer, email, call Ray at 604-824-4604 or sign up at either Meadowlands or Royalwood courses.

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