Community Groups, Clubs and Organizations
Alberta Healthy Living Program: Central Booking Office - Crowsnest Pass Health Centre 403-388-6654
Badminton - Adult: (403) 564-5126 - Marianne Kutcher - Wednesdays at Isabelle Sellon School
Bellevue Senior Citizens Club - 2413 213 Street, Bellevue 403-564-4933. Meetings are on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 1:30pm. Whist is every 2nd Wednesday at 1:30pm. Teas, suppers, pancake breakfast, meetings, whist, parties, etc.
Boys and Girls Club of Crowsnest Pass - email@example.com. The Boys and Girls Club endeavors to provide healthy, fun and learning experiences for youth in the Crowsnest Pass, with the help of our unique community and volunteers. We provide after-school programs and summer programs for local youth.
Brighter Futures – Children 0 – 6 at MDM. Call Tina 403-562-8020.
Canadian Cancer Society - 1-800-661-2262
Citizens on Patrol - Another pair of ears and eyes for the R.C.M.P. Patrol in the Crowsnest Pass evenings and walk-a-bouts at different functions. Contact Susan 403-564-4881.
CNP Indoor Playground - 403-562-2360 – Located in the MDM Community Centre. Mondays – Thursdays 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
CNP Women's Resource Centre - 403-562-8000 #208, 12501 - 20th Avenue (Provincial Building) Blairmore. Hours are Monday to Friday from 10:00am to 4:00pm. The Women’s Resource Centre provides a safe and friendly environment with a child’s play area. Programs include legal referral and information, family violence, second hand clothing, rag bags, baby layettes, Christmas toy hampers.
Co-Ed Volleyball 25+ - Tuesdays at ISS Gym 7 – 9 pm Call Don 562-8693
Coleman Community Society - 403-563-5408 - Jane Ann Reimer. Membership in the society is open to anyone who wishes to see the Coleman area and the whole Crowsnest Pass flourish! Society has both business and non-business members. Membership fee applies - monthly meetings and special events planning.
Coleman Seniors Drop-In Centre Association - 7801-18 Avenue Coleman. Clinics, food, transportation. Min age 55, Annual membership $10. Contact Frank 403-563-3665 firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Fitness Connection - 403-563-0773. The Weightlifting Club has all the equipment necessary for weight training and cardio fitness. Members range in age from 14 to 65 and over. Membership Packages available online at www.communityfit.ca.
Crowsnest Agricultural Society - Incorporated under the Agricultural Societies Act of Alberta and supports and encourages continued growth and development in the Crowsnest Pass through the enhancement of agriculture, recreation and culture. Contact Joanne 403-563-5100
Crowsnest Community Choir - 403-753-0312 Debbie Goldstein
Crowsnest Community Library - 403-562-2340
Crowsnest Historical Society - Information on the Historical Society can be found at www.crowsnestmuseum.ca or by phoning the Museum at 403-563-5434.
Crowsnest Mountain Gun Club - Memberships contact 403-563-8409 or 403-628-3536
Crowsnest Pass Minor Soccer - 403-563-8852 or email@example.com - Katherine Mertz
Crowsnest Pass Symphony Orchestra: 403-753-0312 Debbie Goldstein firstname.lastname@example.org. Crowsnest Pass Symphony is an amateur group that provides an opportunity for young and old to take part in making music. Regular practice night and two concerts per year.
Crow Snow Riders Snowmobile Association - Meetings are held at the Coleman Legion 1st Friday of every month at 7:30pm. The Snowmobile association works on safety & Trail maintenance, poker runs, dances, grooming trails, have fun & play safe. Contact Kelsey 403-563-8545 email@example.com
Elks #584 Crowsnest Pass - 403-563-3241 - Al Gehman. To inquire about renting the Elks Hall in Blairmore, please call the Municipal Office at 403-562-8833.
Hillcrest Fish and Game Protective Association - Monthly meetings are held on the 1st Wednesday of every month from October to June 2013 from 7:00-9:00pm at the Hillcrest Fish and Game Hall. The next meeting is December 5, 2013 7-9 pm. Please contact Colton Newton, Vice President for more information at 403-582-1993.
Hillcrest Mines Community Society - 403-564-5245 - Cindy Newman
Holy Trinity Catholic Women's League - 403-562-2103. The church is located at 13126 - 21st Avenue in Blairmore. September to June (Meetings with Socials in Dec & Jun), Meet 4th Friday of month at 1:30pm in rectory meeting room. Membership for women age 16 years and older, catholic and non-catholic welcome. Annual dues are $20.
Geocaching - firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested in learning about Geocaching or local Geocachers wanting to form a local club? Geocaching is the fun activity of find “treasures” hidden by other people found with a handheld GPS and coordinates.
Kids Kollege Nursery School at the MDM Community Centre - For children ages 3 – 5. Tuesday & Thursday 2 day morning class 9:00 – 11:30 a.m.; Tuesday & Thursday 2 day afternoon class 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. or Monday & Wednesday 3 day morning class 9:00 – 11:30 a.m. Must be 3 years old and toilet trained to attend. For more information contact Jolie email@example.com.
Knights of Columbus (Council #5312) - 403-562-2103
Kootenay Taekwondo - 403-563-9471 firstname.lastname@example.org - Gena Paton. Taekwondo is held at MDM Community Centre September to April on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Lions Club - Blairmore - Local volunteers raise money for youth and seniors events, sports and culture groups; Provides hall for community and looks after the park in downtown Blairmore and the walking path along the river. The Lions Club - Blairmore fundraises weekly with TV Bingo from September to May. Contact Daryl 403-562-8207 email@example.com
Lions Club - Coleman - The Lions Club Coleman is affiliated with the CNP Handicapped Society and Sight Support and looks after the Miner’s Path and Flumerfelt Park. Contact Kevin 403-563-5451 firstname.lastname@example.org
Masonic Sentinel Lodge - 403-563-3573 Jeff Schlender
Multiple Sclerosis Society - 403-562-2994 Pat Heisie
Old Crows Recreation Hockey - Free ice on Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:45pm - 1:45pm and 18+ Fridays for $10. Goalies in net are free. Two tournaments per year for 35+ and one game per month against opposing teams. This is a great social for new and old citizens of the Pass. email@example.com
Order of the Royal Purple #159 - 403-562-8886 Frances Kuryluk, Honored Royal Lady
Pass Piranhas Swim Club - 403-563-9162 firstname.lastname@example.org. Pass Piranhas Swim Club is a competitive swim club that puts the emphasis on having FUN, getting in shape and having friendly competitions against other swim clubs. Daily training times! Membership fees apply.
Pass Slo-Pitch League - Contact TJ 403-562-2105
Pistol Club - Crowsnest Pass - email@example.com. Club provides both social and recreational opportunities to members and guests. Anyone interested in seeing what the sport is about is welcome to visit the club on Mondays and Fridays from 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Annual dues apply. Contact Malcolm 403-562-2984.
Rocky Summit Lodge #30 - 403-563-3130 Bob Liddell
Royal Canadian Air Cadets 859 Squadron - firstname.lastname@example.org Royal Canadian Air Cadets is a program for girls and boys ages 12-18 that offers learning, fun activities and summer camps. Make friendships that last a lifetime. Participate in community activities, sports and gliding.
S.T.A.R.S. CNP Health Care Centre - 403-562-5011
Sentinel Lodge #26 - 403-564-4373 Ken Pagnucco
Shrine Unit Crowsnest Pass - 403-563-3573 Jeff Schlender
Skating Club - Crowsnest Pass - Contact Taryn 403-563-9162
Sole Survivor Foot Race - Contact Sasha 403-564-5274
Take Off Pounds Sensibly Chapter #3421 Crowsnest Pass - Wednesdays 6 pm Bellecrest Seniors’ Centre. Call Margaret 403-564-4485 or Rita 403-562-2547.