- In 2006 Rossbrook launched the Carl Ridd Memorial Basketball League for players ages 8 - 12. The league has 4 teams: the Hawks, Ravens, Eagles and Falcons. Participants come from Rossbrook House, Victoria Albert and Dufferin Schools. There is a weekly practice and game at Victoria Albert School. The coaches, referees and coordinators are volunteers who love the sport and the kids. Former and current players from the University of Winnipeg Wesman run skill development clinics for the young players at the start and midpoint of the season.
- There is also a weekly gym time available at a local school for pickup games of basketball during the school year for older youth.
- Boys’ Night takes place on Sunday evenings and usually involves an outing followed by a meal.
- Some of the popular activities are: football, ball hockey, video games, go carting, movies, swimming; and of course – Hamburgers!
- The RFL stands for the Rossbrook Football League, an intramural league of four senior and four junior teams.
- Games for both Juniors, ages 10 to 14 and Seniors ages 15 and over are played twice weekly during the fall ending in a Cup Game in late October.
- Girls’ Night is an evening set aside for an outing and a meal or snack. The girls are mainly Intermediates ranging in age from 12 to 17.
- They have tried everything from miniature golf to an evening at the Manitoba Theatre Centre. Participants take an active role in planning the activities and learn to make decisions about budgeting resources.
Junior Pool League
- A Rossbrook Staff coordinates an in house pool league for children and youth ages 12 - 17.
- There is an opportunity for the youth to play in tournaments with other youth from leagues throughout the city.
Recreational Ice Skating
- Ice time is booked once a week during the winter months for Rossbrook children and youth to have a recreational skate.
- A supply of skates and helmets are kept at Rossbrook so that all those who would like to learn to skate may have the opportunity.
- This is also an opportunity for family members to participate with their children.
- Four or five times weekly at 9:30 PM regular participants who are 13 years or older book passage in the Rossbrook Van for an hour’s drive in and around the city. Favourite tapes or stations are tuned in and the ride ends with a treat.
- The vans are used every evening to drive the children home in order to ensure their safety and to be certain there is someone at home to supervise them.