Sports and Recreation Organizations
Hampton Aikido Club
Contact: Chuck BatesPhone: (506)832-3315
Contact: Lionel GautreauPhone: (506)832-7273
Becky's Dance School
At Beckys Dance School our goal is to ensure we are providing a fun environment for all dancers. We don't strive to compete with or be like other dance schools, we work on being original and give dance 100 %! All Becky's Dance School instructors have a strong passion for dance and their main focus is to instill that in all students. Whether you are in a competitive or recreational dance class, you are our number one priority.Phone: (506)485-8102
Contact: Becky Henderson
Fundy Gymastics Club
Classes are offered September through June on Monday Evenings at the Hampton Middle School at 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.Phone: (506)832-1109
All classes are 1 hour long.
Contact: Jill Hachey
Hammond River Angling Association
The Hammond River Angling Association is a non-profit, community-based, membership driven organization dedicated to the protection of the Hammond River Watershed. HRAA is also involved in Salmon Restoration Programs, Habitat restoration and Public Outreach. HRAA is an active conservation/community group. Volunteers assist with salmon programs, social activities and a wide variety of fundraising events. Membership is open to anyone in the general public who is interested in conservation issues. Home of the "Kids R Cool" Conservation summer day camp.10 Porter Rd., Nauwigewauk NB
Held at Hampton High School on Wednesday evenings from 8:30 - 10:30 pm. All are welcome.Phone: (506)832-1972
Contact: Ron Clark
Hampton Minor Basketball Association
Contact: Laura MyersPhone: (506)832-4660
Hampton Co-Ed Softball
Contact: Pam MartinPhone: (506)832-0102
Hampton Curling Club
48 Cemetery Rd., Hampton NB E5N 3B2
The Hampton Curling Club is a non profit, member volunteer driven organization.
The club was established in 1890 and strives to maintain the sport of curling in the area.
Our club is a place for social events and for curling for people of all ages.
We have a Little Rocks programs for children as well as school teams.
We have adult curling daytime and evenings and special bonspiels throughout the winter season.
Hampton Figure Skating Club
Contact: Tanya HunterEmail: HamptonFSCNB@gmail.com
Email : HamptonFSCNB@gmail.com
Hampton Golf & Country Club
Hampton offers one of the most scenic and popular 18 hole golf courses in Southern New Brunswick and has been built for golfers of all levels. The golf Course itself sits high up on a hill overlooking Darlings Lake and the rolling hills of Kings County. Drop by for a game....the majestic sunsets are free!!(mailing address) P.O. Box 1331 Hampton NB E5N 8H3
Phone: Proshop (506)832-3411
Contact: Emily & George GilbertsPhone: (506)433-8082
Hampton Jujitsu Club
Contact: Phillip YangPhone: (506) 943-0061
Hampton Junior Oldtimers Hockey
Contact: Rob ColemanPhone: (506) 832-2679
Contact: Andrew LanteignePhone: (506) 943-0360
Hampton Ladies Triathlon
An annual event held each June here in Hampton. This event is all about participation and our aim is to show that Ladies Triathlon is strong and healthy in New Brunswick. Our races are part of the Triathlon Canada's Women's Race Series which aims to promote the "Advancement of Women in Triathlon". The races are sanctioned by Triathlon New Brunswick.Phone: (506) 214-1085
For more information on sponsorship, participation or volunteering, please contact Garth Millar.
Hampton Minor Baseball
The Hampton Minor Baseball Association is a non-profit organization that serves the greater Hampton Area with house league and rep. baseball for kids aged 4-18. Hampton Minor Baseball is always looking for a solid volunteer base. If you are ambitious and would love to help out, Hampton Minor Baseball would love to hear from you.Phone: 647-5021
For playing and volunteering information, please contact Shane Sheppard, President.
Hampton Minor Hockey Association
The Huskey is the official mascot of the Hampton Minor Hockey Association, located in Hampton, N.B., just 30 kilometres east of Saint John. The association represents some 300 players from IP to Midget.Phone: Association Office (506) 832-4961
Please visit the HMHA website frequently for updates. The website is designed to keep you up-to-the-minute on the happenings of the Hampton Minor Hockey Association.
Hampton Oldtimers Hockey
Contact: Russell BryantPhone: (506) 832-3902
Hampton Rifle and Pistol Club
Contact: Austin MacPheePhone: (506) 832-4033
Hampton River Runners
The Hampton River Runners is a running club for everyone. We have runners of every pace and the emphasis is on having fun. We enjoy running together all year round. In addition to our weekly runs, there are numerous road trips to races and lots of social events throughout the year. Whether you are new to the area, or new to running, or just passing thru, we hope you can join us on the road.Phone: (506) 832-3233
Club Runs every Saturday Morning and Tuesday Evening.
8 a.m. Saturdays - Meet at Hampton High School on Elizabeth Ave (just off Main Street). Most runners do an 8 km loop but there are often runners doing shorter and longer runs. After the run you can get a shower at the School and there is always a huge crowd at Holly's Restaurant for breakfast.
6:30 p.m. Tuesdays - From the Spring to the Fall there is an evening run once a week. Meet at the High School to catch a group doing either a hill workout, a tempo run or intervals. After the run meet at Holly's Restaurant for a drink and a bite to eat.
The Hampton 5-Miler
The feature event for the Hampton River Runners is a 5 mile road race held every September. The 5-Miler has quickly grown to one of the most popular road races in all of New Brunswick. The race features a challenging but scenic course, enthusiastic fans and lots of post race amenities.
Contact Name: Darrell Travis
Hampton Soccer Club
The Hampton Soccer Club includes teams ages U4-U18 and Senior teams2-17 Centennial Drive, Hampton, NB, E5N 6N3
Phone: (506) 832-2255
Hampton Speed Skating Club
The Hampton Speed Skating Club offers various programming geared towards those interested in learning to skate and speedskating, both at the leisurely and competitive level.Phone: (506) 832-0301
Speed Skating is an individual sport wrapped around a close team environment. You can compete against your own previous personal best times, but happen to be one the ice with other skaters, who are doing the exact same thing!
Our club offers three programs;
LEARN TO SKATE
LEARN TO SPEED SKATE/SKILLS IMPROVEMENT
ADVANCED TECHNICAL SPEED SKATING
You are able to enter the Advanced Technical Speed Skating Program at any age, and may attend various speed skating competitions throughout the Atlantic Provinces...you get to choose which ones to attend! There are seven NB Provincial Clubs.
Contact: Nicola Scott
Hampton Swim Club
Contact Hampton Leisure Services at 832-6102, or the Community Pool at 832-6423 for more information.
Help The Cops Help The Kids
The HCHK Minor Sports Benefit Trust Fund accepts applications for funding from individuals and teams for expenses acquired as a result of its sport. The Board of Directors is responsible to review applications as per its criteria.
For information or assistance call:
Janice Bates, President 832-6635(w)/485-2497(h)
Brock Reid, Treasurer 832-7050
Osprey Canoe Club
Contact: Rafe HooperPhone: (506) 832-5142
Ossekeag Camera Club
The Ossekeag Camera Club has members from entry level to very experienced, who share their experiences with the group. Activities planned include field trips, technical training, educational programs, photographic exibits, and interfacing with computers. Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at the Dr. V. A. Snow Centre boardroom, 64 DeMille Ct.Phone: (506) 832-9110
Contact: Gary Rent
Senior's Resource Centre
The Hampton Seniors Resource Centre is located at 31 DeMille Ct and is used for a variety of events. The Centre is run by a Board of Directors and volunteers. To become a member, yearly dues are only $10 per person. It is a handicap-accessible building, with a large fully-equipped kitchen, and is suitable for rental by the public. It can accomodate over 200 people.Phone: (506) 832-7871 (leave a message)
If you wish to rent the Centre for a special occasion, please call the phone number listed below, leave a message, and your call will be returned as soon as possible. At your request the Rotary Club of Hampton also provides bar services for functions at the Centre.
~Mondays 9:30am - Crafts & Quilting - If you would like to come and assist the ladies in quilting they would glady welcome you!
~Tuesdays 7:00pm - Weekly bridge game - join us!
~Wednesdays 7:30pm - The more relaxed card players play Auction 45's and complete the evening with light refreshments.
~Thursdays 9:30am - at the Woodworking Shop members will be creating woodworking projects of all sorts. Folks available for assistance with many projects.
~Thursdays 12:00noon - Come and enjoy a home cooked meal at the Senior's Lunch. Cost for members is $4 per person, $5 for non-members. The first Thursday of each month is Pot Luck.
Contact: Judy McBride
Step In Time Dance Studio
Step in Time Dance studio, owned by Melanie McKiel, offers dance classes in a variety of styles to students aged 3 years to adult. More information is available on the website.Website: www.stepintime1.piczo.com
Hampton Tae Kwon Do
Contact: Sean WhelpleyPhone: (506) 832-3653
Kingston Soccer ClubPhone: 847-9384 (Blee Williams)
Here is our summer schedule. We will be at Step in Time dance studio in Hampton.244 Lakeside Rd
Starting July 4th.
Monday 2 classes 5-6:30 and 6:30-8pm
Tuesday 1 class 5-6:30.
$160 for 8 weeks plus $35 yearly insurance fee (if you haven't attended our classes this year.)
This is a fun summer class. We have some new equipment and we can promise your athletes will get stronger, more flexible and the skills will flow. Our class is beneficial in helping dancers, cheerleaders and gymnasts.
Come and spend some time with
AnJil's Acrobatics this summer.
Please send us an email at Anjilsacrobatics@hotmail.com to register. Just need your athletes name, age and class request.