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Multi-Purpose Building

The addition of this facility to the Hamlet will bring growth and secure a future for Priddis and the business community. Priddis will be able to offer more recreational opportunities and make a stronger family connection with community members.

The MPB Committee, in close partnership with the Priddis Panthers Hockey Association, have begun the process of the old rink rebuild. The project was divided into two phases:  Phase I - restoration of the hockey rink and Phase II - building a new complex. Tear down of the rink, player benches and general clean-up has been completed. The next step is the preparation of the rink steel support frame, rebuilding the penalty boxes and score keeper booth in the original location and building the new players benches on the north side of the rink. New boards will then be added. The Phase 1 rink rebuild will be ready for the 2020/21 hockey season. The MPB Committee has placed an ATCO trailer on site to be used as a temporary change room until completion of Phase 2, the Multipurpose Complex. This allows the Priddis Panthers teams to host home games with a warm place for families to get changed and warm up while making use of the new and improved rink.



Thanks to all sponsors, corporate donors, volunteers, attendees at our fundraisers, and a generous donation from The Calgary Foundation’s Community Grants Program, our Phase I is well underway.

The finance committee is still meeting on a regular basis. If you would like to contribute ideas on fundraising, or join the committee, contact Joey Duzlemic at (403) 891-4766. Any questions concerning the Multi-Purpose Building Project, please email  

The MPB Committee is continuing to work on procuring grants, additional fundraising and both private and corporate donations to help with financing of Phase 2. We look forward to continuing to work toward completion of this project and providing the facilities we need for our ever growing and active community!


We thank the Priddis community at large for their support of this project. To donate, contact Dave Thompson (403)-921-3640.

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