Sport activities at the school la Clé-des-Champs gymnasium 

This is where you will find the winter 2024 sports, recreation, and cultural programming.

Access to activities is free for Dunham residents. Non-residents will be charged a $20 fee and must pay and obtain a recreation card before participating to activities. To obtain a recreation card, non-residents must fill out the following form: Inscription : carte des loisirs ( and make a $20 transfer to:

The password must be: loisir

You can also pay at the Town Hall counter during opening hours, Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


Did you know ? Motivated dads offer young people aged 10 to 14 the opportunity to play indoor soccer on Wednesday evenings at the Clé-des-champs School gymnasium from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. It’s free ! There is now a public Facebook group that you can join of to communicate with the organizers, get news about the group, add yourself or “register your child” and ask questions.

If you have any questions, write it as a comment on the Facebook group and the organizer will answer you.

Gym Rules

Clean, non-marking indoor shoes (no black soles), sports clothing and sports equipment (racket, sparrow, ball, stick, etc.) are obligatory for everyone. Parking available is located on the north side, to the right of the school (when you are on the street in front of the school).

For any questions about sporting activities, please contact Ms. Ève Sano-Gélinas, leisure, culture and tourism coordinator at 450295-2418 ext. 7121.



6:30 to 9:00


6:00 to 9:30


6:30 to 8:00


6:30 to 9:00


6:30 to 9:00


9:30 to 12: 00



for 10 to 14 years old youths


Sport activities

In Dunham, there is a wide range of sports and physical activities available. From ice sports such as field hockey, to gym sports such as badminton and gymnastics, to outdoor court sports such as soccer and tennis, the town encourages citizens to get moving and have fun doing their activity of choice!

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

Use of fields

Indoor and outdoor sports fields may be used on an ad hoc basis outside of league or club hours. Priority is given to Dunham residents.

For a list of sports facilities and fields in Dunham’s parks, please contact the Town Hall by phone at 450 295-2418.

Dunham/Cowansville Agreement

Thanks to an intermunicipal agreement between the towns of Cowansville and Dunham, you can register for Cowansville’s recreational activities at the same rate as a resident.

For the complete schedule, visit Cowansville’s website:

Reimbursement for Recreational Activities

In addition to the activities available through the recreation agreement with Cowansville, it is possible to obtain a reimbursement, upon presentation of a receipt, for field hockey and figure skating activities that take place in Bedford, as well as swimming activities at the Town of Sutton’s outdoor pool during the summer.


The Brome-Missisquoi Birdwatchers’ Club (COBM) invites the citizens of Dunham to get some fresh air, to connect with nature, to discover birds. The COBM ( offers outings with competent guides.

Become a member and participate:

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:

Pierre Seynett, president
Tel. : 514 212-1462

Maryse Darsigny
Tel. : 514 726-8315

Shane S. Queen
Tel. : 450 521-6733

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

Softball Club

For further information, please contact:

Lonny Bates, president
Tel. : 450 522-7046

Outdoor skating rink

Access to the municipal outdoor skating rink is free and open to all in winter. In addition, the skaters’ chalet is open when the ice conditions are favourable to put on your skates under cover and to enjoy your outdoor activities with your family.


  • 12:00 – 13:30: HOCKEY
  • 13:30 – 15:00: FREESTYLE SKATING
  • 15:00 – 17:30: HOCKEY
  • 17:30 – 19:00: FREESTYLE SKATING
  • 19:00 – 21:00: HOCKEY


  • 15:30 – 19:00: FREESTYLE SKATING
  • 19:00 – 21:00: HOCKEY

HOCKEY: The hours indicated are reserved EXCLUSIVELY for hockey practice.
FREESTYLE SKATING:  The hours indicated are reserved EXCLUSIVELY for freestyle skating.

Be considerate of others and have fun!

Snowshoe trails

The Town of Dunham has a snowshoeing trail available to the public. The main access is at the back of the Town Hall, near the skaters’ chalet.

These trails are marked and maintained through the generosity of a group of volunteers from Dunham.  Access to these trails results from an agreement between the Town and several property owners who grant rights of way to their properties, specifically on marked trails, during the winter only.

When you use the designated snowshoe trails, we ask that you use good judgment and remain within the marked trails planned for this activity.

It is FORBIDDEN to venture onto private property (outside of the trails) without the prior authorization of the owner.  We urge you to be civic-minded and respectful.  If users do not comply and we receive complaints, the affected property owners may deny access and the Town of Dunham may have to close the snowshoe trails.

Thank you for your cooperation and Happy Trails!

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



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