Sports Activities

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“As our Premier mentioned at his press briefing on March 15, 2020, it is essential that we put all the odds on our side in order to curb and slow down as much as possible the contagion caused by the coronavirus.  By restricting access to public places, such as libraries, arenas, swimming pools, buildings with meeting rooms or convention centers, municipal organizations will make an important contribution to the efforts made by the government and the citizens of Québec.  That is why I am asking for their cooperation today to put this preventive measure in place now.”

Mrs Andrée Laforest, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing

Dunham offers a wide range of sports and physical activities.  From ice sports such as hockey to gym sports such as badminton and gymnastics to outdoor soccer and tennis, the town encourages its citizens to get moving and have fun with their favorite activity!

Use of Sports Facilities

It is possible to use the indoor/outdoor sports facilities, on a first-come, first-served basis, outside the hours reserved for leagues or clubs.  Priority is given to Dunham residents.

To participate in the indoor sports activities, you must get a membership card, available at the gymnasium, which entitles you to participate in activities held in the Clé-des-Champs school gymnasium in Dunham from September to April.  The membership fees are as follows:

$10/person (resident)
$20/person (non-resident)
$25/family (resident)
$50/famiy (non-resident)

Please consult the schedule of indoor sports activities for the 2019-2020 season.

For more information about the Dunham installations and park facilities,
please contact us at 450 295-2418.

Dunham/Cowansville Agreement

As a result of an inter-municipal agreement between Cowansville and Dunham, you can sign up for recreational activities in Cowansville at the same rate paid by their residents.

For the complete schedule, visit Cowansville’s internet site:

Reimbursement for Recreational Activities

In addition to the activities available from the recreational agreement with Cowansville, it is possible to be reimbursed, upon presentation of a receipt, for hockey and figure skating activities offered in Bedford, as well as swimming activities offered at Sutton’s outdoor pool, during the summer season.

Sports Clubs

Dunham Soccer Club

President, CSSB : Nicolas Nadeau
Tel.: 450 305-6115
For information or to sign up, please consult:

Dunham Tennis Club

For information or to sign up, please call one of the contacts below:

Bruno Dumesnil
450 295-1399
Richard Vallée
450 266-1619

If tennis in Dunham interests you, ask to join the private group on Facebook!

Astra Fitness brings you Zumba!

Three Zumba sessions are offered each year (winter, spring, and fall). It’s also possible to join the group in the middle of a session.  Zumba Fitness for cardio and dance buffs (no prerequisites) and Zumba Toning: combination toning and cardio (easier choreography). Classes are given at the Clé-des-Champs school gymnasium on Mondays and Thursdays,  from 6:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m., until April 2020.

For information call Anne-Lise Preusser at 450 284-0899
Follow the Facebook page: Zumba Astra Fitness

Outdoor skating rink

Weather permitting, an outdoor skating rink is set up behind the town hall, right beside the skaters’ chalet.  Kids and grownups can enjoy free skating or play hockey, on an alternating basis, according to the time slots assigned for each activity.

Snowshoe trails

About ten kilometres of snowshoe trails are available to the public. The main access point is located behind the town hall, at the skaters’ chalet.  During the winter season, you can borrow adults’ or children’s snowshoes at this location.

For more information, follow the Dunham snowshoe trails Facebook page.