All Clubs and Organizations

  • MADD Canada

    Peace River

    MADD Canada's mission is to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime. We offer a variety of support options to victims and their families. We have a variety of other programs to promote road and water safety. if you would information on volunteering please contact us today. If you are a victim or a family member of a victim of impaired driving contact Gillian at gphillips@madd.ca or 1 866 461 4077Read More →

  • Valley Peacemakers’ Quilt Guild

    9709 98 Avenue, Peace River

    Our purpose is to bring together people with an interest in quilting in any form, to learn and develop quilting skills and share fellowship, to promote appreciation for all forms of quilting, and to encourage recognition and appreciation for all members' work. Monthly meetings, regular sewing days, retreats, workshops, annual show, challenges, and more.Read More →

  • Peace Region Music Industry Connection

    Peace River

    Designed to support and educate musicians and artists of Alberta’s north to understand the business side of the music industry and immerse themselves in the art of song writing. Artists have the opportunity to work with established musicians and industry professionals to enhance their craft and marketability. This opportunity is open to artists from the Peace Region!Read More →

  • Underground Music Society

    10301 101 Street, Peace River

    Our mission is to bring live music and culture to the community throughout the year. Our society is 100% run by volunteers, any profit is given to local community projects. Volunteers are welcome! All ages are welcomed and family attendance is encouraged. Any person under 18 must come with a parent/guardian. Dances are booked for the last Saturday of September, October (Halloween Costume party), January, February, March, April and May.Read More →

  • Peace Regional Eco Centre

    7821 104 Avenue, Peace River

    The Eco Centre is a recycling facility and accepts cardboard (corrugated and boxboard, i.e. cereal boxes), all paper, shredded paper, newsprint, flyers or glossy magazines, white or coloured office paper, computers and computer components, televisions, used paint, tin cans, glass, mixed plastic, batteries, propane tanks, and spent fluorescents. They also take household hazardous waste year round. Put-N-Take: bring in OR take away, Monday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The aim of the Eco Centre is to keep as much reusable material out of the landfill as possible. Please phone for a presentation or a tour of the facility.Read More →

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