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  • Sagitawa Friendship Society

    10108 100 Avenue, Peace River

    Sagitawa serves as a drop-in center for all community members. We focus on cultural awareness and education with a variety of programs for all ages. Sagitawa also features a Native handicraft outlet.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 River Alliance Church

    8105 106 Avenue, Peace River

    We are part of the Christian & Missionary Alliance Church in Canada. Our mission is to proclaim the message that Jesus Christ is our Savior, Sanctifier, Healer and Coming King. We are a community of people desiring to celebrate our relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ through weekly worship, singing, prayer and the study of God’s word. Our goal as a body of Christ Followers is to live our lives as best summarized by the C&MA founder Dr. A.B. Simpson: “All for Jesus”. Read More →

  • Christian Life Assembly

    9910 82 Street, Peace River

    Sunday Service: Worship and Sunday School at 10:30 a.m. This service is open to the whole family, there is something for everyone. Please join us for coffee and fellowship after the service. Tuesday Prayer Group at 7:30 p.m. This is a home group who meet weekly for prayer and fellowship. Friday Filipino Bible Study at 7:00 p.m. This bible study is a home group bible study and is open to everyone, not just Filipinos. There is a time of fellowship, a study of the word of God and always a meal afterwards.Read More →

  • Alberta Aboriginal Women’s Society

    10011 102 Avenue, Peace River

    To assist Aboriginal Women, their families, and communities in furthering their social, economic, and educational goals by promoting available resources. Assist Aboriginal Women to form Chapters in their Regions for the benefit of their families and the Communities. Provide information and referral such as, Employment, Social Services, Education, Alcohol and Drug abuse, Health/Healing, HIV/Aids and Justice. Aboriginal Human Resources Skills Development Agreement: Employment counseling and training, client action plan development, supported job search, labour exchange services and other employment related services.Read More →

  • Conseil Scolaire du Nord-Ouest No 1

    Peace River

    The Conseil Scolaire du Nord-Ouest is a Francophone education authority that offers Catholic and Public francophone education to Section 23 children. It operates a public school in Peace River (École des Quatre-Vents), as well as a Catholic school in Falher and a Public school in Grande Prairie. Read More →

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