Community Events/Flyers

Events Calendar

The Caledonia Chamber of Commerce has created a Community Events Calendar that is a great resource for our families.  If you are looking for events going on in Caledonia, check out their website to find events going on in Caledonia!  

‚ÄčThe community of Caledonia offers many opportunities for students to grow and flourish throughout their school careers and beyond.  Whether your student prefers to participate in sports, STEM activities, or the arts, their needs will be satisfied by the broad range of quality programs offered.  Please explore the links on this page to find out more information.

Upcoming Community Events

The community events listed below were submitted by non-profit and local youth organizations to keep your family updated about opportunities in the community. Caledonia Community Schools does not sponsor or endorse these activities. Please contact the specified organization for additional details.

Community Events Flyer Submission

  1. The district accepts submissions from non-profit and local youth organizations of non-curricular flyers that have a social, recreational, or educational value for students (Refer to Board Policies - 9700, 5722, 9700.01).
  2. Flyers are posted on the district’s Community Events webpage.
  3. Non-profits must use our Google Form to submit flyers. 
  4. All submissions are reviewed before being published and CCS reserves the right to reject unsuitable or inappropriate postings at our sole discretion
  5. Email questions to

Please note that all flyers below are not sponsored or endorsed by Caledonia Community Schools. These are provided on behalf of our community members as a resource for families.

Community Flyers

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Lessons From the Big Toe

Dutton Elementary will be hosting guest speaker, Chris Klein, on Wednesday, March 8 to present Lessons From the Big Toe.  Check out the flyer below for more specific information about the event. 

TRAILS - Suicide Awareness and Prevention

TRAILS is hosting a free presentation titled Suicide Awareness and Prevention for Caregivers and Communities, on Tuesday, February 7 from 4:30-5:45 pm (Eastern). The discussion will take place via Zoom: No registration is required. Check out their flyer for more information.

Ski Club Cards

Ski Club cards are still on sale! The cards cost $29 per person and give each person discounted rates at Bittersweet (there are some restrictions). To purchase a card, print and fill out the forms that can be found at this website and drop them off with your payment (check made out to Bittersweet Ski Area or the exact amount in cash) to the office at Duncan Lake or to Mr. Petrosky’s room (207). If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mr. Petrosky at Think snow!

Healthy Running Kids

Healthy Kids Running Series (HKRS) is a 5 week running program in the spring and fall for kids Pre-K through 8th grade. Each HKRS Series takes place once a week and offers age appropriate running events including the 50 and 75 yard dashes, 1/4 mile, 1/2 mile, and 1 mile race. Kids compete each week for a chance to earn points. At the end of the Series, the boys and girls who accumulate the most points in their respective divisions are awarded trophies. All participants receive a medal when crossing the finish line on Week 5! The registration fee covers the entire 5 week Series, which includes race bibs for each week, a t-shirt, sponsor giveaways, and a finisher medal. See the flyer below for more information.

Ladies & Loved Ones Snow Ball

An enchanting evening awaits ladies from Young 5s through 4th grade at this year’s Ladies and Loved Ones Dance! Presale tickets are available now through January online or at the door the night of the event. This event will be held on February 4th at Kraft Meadows Intermediate School gymnasium. Check out their website and flyer for more information!

Caledonia Little League Registration - CBSL

Registration is NOW OPEN for Caledonia Little League – Spring 2023!  Baseball, Softball, and Tee Ball programs are available for Boys ages 4-14 and Girls ages 4-12.  To learn more and register for the upcoming season, please visit   Please note that registration is available on a first-come, first-served basis (some divisions will fill quickly) and closes on February 1, 2023.

Cal Youth Lacrosse Registration

Registration for the Spring 2023 Youth Lacrosse season is now open! Register before 12/31 to receive the early bird discount. Register at our website.

Generation Pound Themed Events

Generation POUND® is a youth-oriented program that fuses movement and music to improve focus, coordination, physical fitness and teamwork skills for school-aged children (i.e. “Rockstars in Training”) ages 6-12. We use Ripstix®–POUND’s lightly weighted exercise drumsticks–to learn alternative ways to explore movement. The power of Generation POUND® encompasses more than just physical fitness. Combining kid-friendly choreography and group activities, it promotes social and emotional wellbeing by fostering relationships, building self-esteem and self-awareness, and inspiring the next generation of happy, healthy kids.® More info can be found here:

Generation POUND

Generation POUND, for your future rockstar age 5-12, join us for a self esteem building workout. Check out the flyer below for more information.

Class of 2023 Overnighter Signup

The Overnighter for the Class of 2023 will be following the night of graduation on Tuesday, May 23rd. The locations and activities are kept secret to create a fun night and surprise for the new graduates. The cost is $125 if your senior is signed up before February 28th. Visit the website for more details and to sign up!

We have an amazing community that provides a variety of opportunities for our students that extend beyond the walls of the classroom.  If you would like to know more about events and opportunities available to students in Caledonia, follow our website or the Community Section of our app to stay updated.