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Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex

200 Fiddlepark Lane
Shelburne, ON L9V 3C9
Tel: (519) 925-2400
Fax: (519) 925-2402

All Board Meetings are open to the public and are held the 4th Wednesday of the month as follows and commence at 5:30pm:

2018 CDRC Board Meetings: Tues, March 20, Wednesdays April 25, May 23, June 27, July 25, Aug 22, Sept 26, Oct 24, Nov 28 (the upcoming March meeting was changed to Tuesday, March 20)

To view minutes and agendas for the Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex Board of Management please click here.

The Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex is owned by the Town of Shelburne, and managed by the CDRC Board of Management.  The Board is made up of representatives from the Town of Shelburne, the Town of Mono, the Townships of Melancthon and Amaranth.  Built in 1977, the community facility consists of a 900-seat arena, an outdoor heated pool and a 4000-square-foot banquet hall.  In 2010 the CDRC underwent a major renovation that provided new swimming pool and arena change rooms as well as addressed Accessibility requirements.

The arena surface has ice from September until the end of March. The full schedule includes the Shelburne Minor Hockey League, Figure Skating events, men's and women's recreational hockey, junior and senior hockey clubs, boys and girls high school varsity teams as well as a women's broomball league.  The CDRC is home to the Shelburne Muskies (WOAA Senior AA Hockey League).  Ice sports are provided for youth, men and women, young and old.

Seven days after the ice season is over, the summer schedule begins. The Shelburne Fall Fair is the finale to activities from April 1 to mid-September. Lacrosse, youth and women's ball hockey and live entertainment events make the CDRC a happening place. As well, the nationally recognized Canadian Old Time Fiddle Championship is held at the CDRC on the second weekend in August. The swimming pool is seasonal, operating from mid June until Labour Day weekend. Swimming lessons and public swims keep the pool busy from dawn to dusk during this time.

The newly renovated Town and Country Room provides an all-year-round, multi-purpose community hall. Weddings, anniversaries, banquets and Buck and Does use the air conditioned room as well as other organizations for youth dances and fitness classes.

Contact Us

Kim Fraser: 

Marty Lamers:

CDRC Pool Staff: 

CDRC Camp Staff:

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