Community Volunteer Income Tax program
Community Adult Learning Program Call for Applications
Community Adult Learning Program (CALP)
Application Details | Applications due April 1, 2017
The Alberta Ministry of Advanced Education is inviting eligible organizations to apply for ongoing Community Adult Learning Program grant funding. Eligible organizations interested in serving foundational learners in the Municipal District of Foothills may apply.
The Community Adult Learning Program (CALP) provides funding and other supports to 125 community-based organizations to facilitate part-time, primarily non-formal, adult learning opportunities in more than 500 communities across Alberta.
Organizations funded through the CALP work towards the following vision:
Adults acquire and build on foundational learning skills through vibrant learning communities.
To make this vision a reality, funded organizations serve as visible access points for learners who have literacy and foundational learning needs, including adult literacy, numeracy, English language learning, basic computer skills, foundational life skills, and/or family literacy needs. Organizations are often the local learning hub in a community: in addition to providing adult foundational learners with access to learning opportunities, organizations work collaboratively with community partners to be able to give learners the information, referrals, and other supports they require to be successful in meeting their personal learning and employment goals.
Eligible organizations that have an interest in working towards the program’s vision are invited to apply for Community Adult Learning Program grant funding on an ongoing basis. The deadline for Applications is April 1, 2017, and details on how to apply can be found here.
If you have any questions, please contact Ben Hartt, Grant Manager for Southern Alberta, by email or by phone at 780.427.5625.
Thank you and we look forward to receiving your applications!
ADHD FREE Presentation
Dr. Robbin Gibb
The Foothills Children’s Wellness Network invites you to our 3rd annual Report to the Community.
Featuring Dr. Robbin Gibb. Dr. Gibb is from the University of Lethbridge and is internationally known for her research on the importance of the role of fathers in a child’s life.
We encourage all Dads, Uncles, Grandfathers (Moms, Aunties and Grandmas too) to attend this FREE evening. When: Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Where: D’Arcy Ranch Golf Course – clubhouse
Time: Doors open at 6:30, presentation at 7:00 pm
Cost: FREE There will be appetizers and nonalcoholic beverages
RSVP: by January 18th to firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-995-2702
HORT SNACKS - Webinar Series
Cougar Safety Workshop
Explore Local 2016-17 Coming Events
Creating a more profitable business
Literacy for Life - Natured Kids
Experience nature as a learning tool!
The essential skills will be introduced to families through games, songs and activities out in nature.
Come join us for one hour of fun in the sun, rain or snow! Dress for the outdoors.
For details about this program, click here.
FREE Healthy Relationship Education Group
Literacy for Life - Natured Kids
Crescent Point Community Foundation - Funding
Crescent Point Energy Corp (“Crescent”) and the Town of Okotoks are pleased to announce the formation of
The Crescent Point Community Foundation (the “Foundation”), a non-profit organization created to benefit the
communities where Crescent Point operates within the Sheep River and Highwood River drainage areas. The
mission of the Foundation is to assist with funding projects aimed at promoting education, health, recreation
and the environment in the communities in which Crescent Point does business.
School Supply Program
WRCC's Dad's Central Summer Schedule
Pool Fee Assistance Program - Turner Valley
Dr. Lander Memorial Swimming Pool - Turner Valley
Low income residents may qualify for free pool passes if you live in Turner Valley, Black Diamond or the surrounding area.
Limited quantities are available through the Okotoks Family Resource Centre 403.995.2626
Qualifying Income Chart - click here
PlayCAFE for Parents & Preschoolers
Okotoks Baby Drop In
For Moms, Dads and Babies up to 12 months of age
Tuesday morning from 10 to 11:30
(don’t worry about being late, we will welcome you anyway!)
Drop In anytime you can
Time to learn with and meet other Moms and Dads
Babies get to play too!
This program is run by a Public Health Nurse who will also be available to answer questions
High River East Parent Link Centre
Preschool Speech/Language Walk-In Clinic
Preschool Speech/Language Walk –In Clinic Black Diamond (No Fee)
3rd Monday of every month
9:30 am to 11:30 am
Upcoming 2016 clinics: Jan 18, Feb 22 (no 15th), Mar 21, Apr 18, May 16
(no June, July, Aug sessions), Sept 19, Oct 17, Nov 21 and Dec 12 (no 19th)
Boys and Girls Club
611 3rd ST S.W., Black Diamond, Alberta
Preschool Speech/Language Walk-In Clinic Okotoks (No Fee)
Ask a Speech Language Pathologist
2nd Wed. of every month - 9:30 am to 11:30 am
Upcoming 2016 clinics: Jan 13, Feb 10, Mar 9, April 13, May 11, June 8,
Sept 21 (no 14th), Oct 12, Nov 9 and Dec 14, 2016
Parent Link Centre - Okotoks United Church – 43 Riverside Drive
4th Wed. of every month - 9:00 am to 11:30 am
Upcoming 2016 clinics: Jan 27, Feb 24, Mar 23, Apr 27, May 25, June 22,
July 27 Aug 24, Sept 28, Oct 26, Nov 23 and Dec 21 (no 28th)
Okotoks Health & Wellness Centre - Room 1424
Infant/Toddler Motor Development Walk-In Clinic Okotoks
Grow and Learn Walk-in Clinic HIgh River
Do you have questions about how your child:
- Colours, draws or cuts.
- Follows directions.
- Reacts to noises, clothing, food textures or messy hand play
Information about Child Development is available from
AHS Children’s Rural Rehabilitation Therapists.
Third Thursday of every month at Parent Link, 1st Floor, Charles Clark Medical Centre, HIgh River
Grandparent Support Group Okotoks
Healthy Relationships Group for Women High River (Free)
Six Week Course - More information
WEDNESDAY’S 6:00 – 8:00pm
January 6 – February 10
March 9 – April 13
(Registration opens: February 8, 2016)
May 11 – June 15
(Registration opens: April 11, 2016)
July 13 – August 17
(Registration opens: June 13, 2016)
September 14 – October 19
(Registration opens: August 15, 2016)
Child care included
Building Blocks for Children
Healthy Teeth for a Healthy Start
McBride Career Group Information
Sleep Workshop for Tired Parents
Two hour class for parents. Learn about infant and older baby's developing sleep patterns, environments and routines that support establishing good sleep habits, your baby's temperament and positive approaches to parenting. Baby's 4-9 months.
Salvation Army Food Bank Hours
Workplace Communication for Rural Immigrants
Grow and Learn Walk-in Clinic
National Anti-Poverty Plan
The Dignity for All campaign has released their model anti-poverty plan entitled: Dignity for All: A National Anti-Poverty Plan for Canada. Si vous voulez lire le plan en français, cliquez-ici.
This plan was developed over the past five years through an extensive process of community engagement by Dignity for All and presents the key planks of an anti-poverty plan that will make a meaningful difference in the lives of low-income people living in Canada, achieving greater prosperity and security for all.