Artists: Tiffany Jorgensen and Sarah Sigurdson
Funded by: Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex
The Gibraltar Room is a multi-purpose room located in the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. This room, frequently rented for weddings, conferences, meeting, films, concerts and lectures, can be set up theatre or banquet style and is available for rent.
Skating for FUN, FITNESS and ACHIEVEMENT in one of our many programsCanSkateJunior Acadamy (formerly Novice)Intermediate (formerly Junior)Senior
In August of 2010 the WIlliams Lake Cycling Club, City of Williams Lake and the Cariboo Regional District were proud to open the newly constructed Boitanio Bike Park. Covering over 10 acres, the park is the largest of its kind in the interior of BC. It has 6 major jump lines, pump track, drop zone, flow trails and log work right in the centre of the City. We suggest a run on Fox Mountain (Hillbilly is amazing) then roll down Broadway to the Fox Mountain Brewery, over the bank and you’re in the park. Or just session the park all day while the rest of the family relaxes on the grassy fields of Boitanio Park.
Come check out our amazing new facility complete with Leisure Pool, Lap Pool, Slide, Lazy River, Car Wash, Climbing Wall, Teacup, Dry Sauna, Steam Room, and our brand new Fitness Centre.
We have a number of aquatic programs including but not limited to Swimming Lessons, Aquafit, Float Fit (yoga on floating mats int he pool!), Family Swims, Lane Swimming, Tot Swims, Adaptive Swims, Maters Swim, Everyone Welcome Swim, and Fun Days in the Pool.
Artist: Dwayne Davis, 2018
Funder: City of Williams Lake
This display is made up of three murals located in the foyer of the Cariboo Memorial Arena Complex. Each mural celebrates the rich hockey history of our area, and the importance of sports to building a healthy community. The three teams depicted; Alkali Lake Braves – circa 1931, the Williams Lake Stampeders – circa 1961, and the Williams lake Mustangs – circa 1982, were selected for both their accomplishments, as well as their time frame between them to show how long of a time hockey has been played in the area. Many of the players were imported in and have stayed on and have become important leaders and businessmen in the community.
Painting so many faces together proved to be a challenge. One of the most intriguing parts were to get the head sizes for every one correct. One does not realize that the people in the back row will be just a tiny bit smaller than in the front. One size does not fit all!