The Seven Oaks community is home to many community resources, including all-ages programs, athletics and recreational opportunities – some free and some requiring registration fees – that help families stay well, together.

Online Resources

Healthy Child Coalition

Through the work of a network of community partners from across the region, the coalition supports young families.  From prenatal to school entry there are services and resources available to assist parents be the best they can be.

Manitoba Parent Zone

From early childhood development to teenage challenges, you’ll find resources and information in this website to help you make the best decisions for your family. You can also call the Manitoba Parent Line at 1-877-945-4777 (toll free).

Baby’s First Year

An online guide to your developing baby.

Nobody’s Perfect

Nobody’s Perfect is a facilitated parenting program for parents of children from birth to age five. The program is designed to meet the needs of parents who are young, single, socially or geographically isolated, or who have low income or limited formal education offered in communities by facilitators to help support parents and young children.

Neighbourhood Supports

Elwick Village Centre
1417 Fife Street

The goal of Elwick Village Centre is to connect community members and expose them to a variety of community supports including:

  • Community kitchens
  • Family fun nights
  • Drop-in
  • Public access computers
  • Used clothing depots
  • Breakfast clubs
  • Youth programming
  • Information, support and referral

Elwick Village is supported by Family Dynamics.

Immigrant Settlement Services
930 Jefferson Ave.

Offering supports, programs and services to newcomers to Canada and the Seven Oaks area.

Seven Oaks Better Access & Groceries Program (BAG)
3-1050 Leila Avenue
204-938-5690 (ask for Emmy)


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211 Manitoba

Is a free, confidential, 24/7 service that connects individuals to government, health and social services that are available across the province. The service helps Manitobans who are looking to find the right community or social resource but don’t know where to start.

Recreation & Learning

Winnipeg Public Library – West Kildonan Branch
365 Jefferson Avenue

The Winnipeg Public Library offers four different preschool programs designed to support the development of early literacy skills.  Preschool programs – including Baby Rhyme Time, Time for Twos, Preschool Story Time and Family Story Time – are offered in eight-week sessions in the fall, winter and spring. Registration is required for all pre-school programs except Family Story Time, which is drop-in on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration can be done over the phone or in-person at any branch. Library branches may rotate the programs they offer.

Seven Oaks Pool
444 Adsum Drive

Public swim and swimming lessons available.

Seven Oaks Splash Pad
444 Adsum Drive

Kildonan Park
2015 Main Street

Maples Community Center
434 Adsum Drive
204-953-1190 (community centre)
204-953-1191 (skating rink)

Offering sports, activities and community events.

Garden City Community Center
725 Kingsbury

Offering sports, activities and community events.

West Kildonan Community Center
346 Perth Avenue

Offering sports, activities and community events.

Sunova Center
West St. Paul

Offering sports, activities and community events.