Strathmore Community Programs (REVS)

Strathmore Digital REVS

For community organizations and associations, this is your chance to share with residents what your organization has to offer. For parents and adults, this is an opportunity to learn about what your community has to offer and enroll yourself and your family in upcoming programs. Interested in being added to our list? Submit your organization to be added to the list! If you organization has been added and you require changes please contact our communications department at  

Click here to fill out a registration form to be part of our database.


 Sports and Recreation


 All Canadian Karate Union
Linda Tucker/Julie Bray


Dance For Fun
Shelly Neal
(403) 901-5542


Dance for Fun in Strathmore provides recreational dance programs for kids age 3-teen. Our dance programs offer a fun way to explore various dance disciplines, including recital preparation and performance. 


Expressions the Dance Gallery 

Michelle Murdoch
(403) 901-6392


We are entering our 39th season of dance!
We Strathmore’s only fully equipped dance studio with a fully qualified faculty.
We offer recreational and competitive dance classes in Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Acrobatics, Aerial, Contemporary, Lyrical, Musical Theatre & Hip Hop.
Our season runs Sept - June and we hold a dance recital every June.

Our prices can be viewed on our website and if you have a daughter registered we do offer a FREE class for a boy.
If you have 2 dancers registered we offer a 5% discount.

Classes start at age 3!


Gleichen Pond Hockey Association 

Shannon Zieman


Program Philosophy
The primary purpose of the Gleichen Minor Hockey Association also known as Gleichen Pond Hockey (GPH) is to contribute to the development of our youth (ages 4-17 years) through the game of hockey. GPH is committed to providing our young people the opportunity to have fun on the ice while learning the basic skills of ice skating and how to play the game of hockey. Our program is available to all interested youth regardless of socio/economic background.
As a team sport, hockey affirms the importance of commitment, self-discipline, and sportsmanship among participants. It is the rare child who grows up to become an NHL All Star. Our commitment is to assure that all young people who participate will develop skills and values which will have lifelong benefit to themselves and to society.

Specific benefits participants of youth hockey receive include:

  • Development of the skills necessary to play ice hockey
  • Knowledge of the rules and strategies of the game
  • Knowledge of conditioning techniques that affect short and long-term health and performance
  • Enjoyment and recreation
  • Commitment to teamwork
  • Good sportsmanship

We place a high priority on effort, recreation and fair play. The focus of our program is on the physical and emotional self-confidence of the player, a cooperative team environment and the highest degree of sportsmanship.
We make a clear distinction between the process of trying to win (which is the goal of the game) and winning itself (the outcome of the game). Too many people confuse the two. It is the process that is important, not the outcome. Competitive hockey (and for that matter recreational hockey or any game) will cease to be fun for kids if the outcome of the game is what enthralls or seduces us.

Program Fees
Pond Hockey Registration Fee $105.00
Mandatory Arena Membership $50.00 (Single) $100.00 (Family)
The skate pass allows your child and/or family to take advantage of family/public skate sessions at the Gleichen arena and is valid for the entire season. Upon registration you will be provided a membership number that must be presented for Public Skate Times. 


Provincial Martial Arts 

Meghan Pollock
(403) 870-9853

We are a karate group offering family classes ages 5 and up. Our first class this season will start on Oct. 1, 2020.


Strathmore Archery Club
Kevin Kemps
(403) 901-5446


Strathmore Community Football Association
Greg Zaugg
Strathmore Community Football
(587) 581-1714

Registration is now open for the fall season. Peewee aged 10, 11 & 12 by Dec 31, Bantam aged 13, 14 & 15 by Dec 31.


 Strathmore & District Junior Curling Club

Jana Robertson & Larissa Damen


The SDCC is planning on a “normal” 2021-2022 curling season and the Junior Program is ecstatic to hear this news!

Junior Curling Program Info:
WHEN: Wednesday’s starting in October

  • Novice Program: 4:45-5:45pm - AGES 8-12 ( grades 3-6)
  • Juvenile/Bantam Program: 6-7:30pm - AGES 12-18 (grades 7-12)

There will be a FUNspiel (Novice) and Bonspiel (J/B) at the end of February 2022. All junior members and out-of-town teams accepted. Sign up date TBD.

Coaches are trained volunteers. If interested in coaching there will be an upcoming certified coaching clinic. Date and time TBA.

Registration forms will be available through our website or by email:

We hope to see you at the rink!! 

 Strathmore Gymnastics Centre

Tara Smith
(403) 934-3450

Registration is open for fall sessions. Classes start September 14.  *increased cleaning protocols, reduced # of classes, smaller class sizes and shorter sessions. Classes for all ages and abilities - walkers to competitive.

Strathmore Lacrosse Club 


Strathmore Lacrosse club is an indoor Box lacrosse member club within the Calgary District Lacrosse Association (CDLA) and the Alberta Lacrosse Association (ALA). We have teams for players from 5 and up until the player turns 21.  Minor Divisions are U6, U8, U10, U12, U14, U16 and Junior for players who are 17 and up. 

Our focus is on player development and development of coaches and referees to grow the sport of Lacrosse.  

We run weekly learn lacrosse sessions (winter lacrosse) usually starting in January running until evaluations and team placement in March. The season starts after Easter and wraps up around Canada day.  

Players of all skill levels are welcome as we aim to allow everyone the opportunity to learn this fast paced sport.

 Strathmore Minor Ball Association

Susan Biskup
(403) 361-0370

We currently are operating on a limited basis with Covid 19 protocols in place. We will most likely have a winter camp if able that will start in January. Our regular spring season is planned to open January 1 for registrations. Please watch our website for all information.

 Strathmore Minor Ringette Association


Ringette is the fastest game on ice. Our season runs from September to March. The players range in age from 4 to 18. Registration cost is dependent on the level being played, but ranges from $300 to $725. 

Strathmore Polominos Water Polo Club

Pre-registration is open for kids aged 6years-17years for the 2021-2022 season.
Our full-year season is October 12-April 14. We have a Fall (Oct 12-Dec 16) and Winter (Jan 4-April 14) seasons. Each season has the option of full-time swimmers practicing Tues AND Thurs 6-7pm or part-time Tues OR Thurs 6pm-7pm.

Our "Swim Like a Dolphin" program for our u10 athletes is a fantastic opportunity to grow grassroots water polo. It makes learning to swim fun and develops a love for water polo. When they are done with the entire program, they should feel confident in their swimming skills and be prepared to play water polo if they choose to continue with a club in a recreational or competitive environment. Visit our website to learn more. Registration packages can be found there as well.

Not sure if your child will like water polo? Please email to arrange for your child to attend a free practice session. 

 Strathmore Skating Club

(403) 819-2230

Several types of sessions will be offered this season: CanSkate (age 4+), Skill/Edge Training for Ice Sports and STARSkate sessions. * CanSkate - small groups. Must be 4 years old at time of registration. Must be able to stand up after falling and move forward on their own without help. * Skill/Edge Training for Ice Sports (Hockey and Ringette) * Pre-STAR - skaters that are still in CanSkate but are interested in learning Figure Skating * STARSkate SMALL GROUP SIZES. CanSkate is the only national learn-to-skate program endorsed by Hockey Canada. Learn balance, agility and control skills that can be used in any ice sport. Register online at:

Strathmore Silver Sharks Swim Club

Todd Kennedy
(403) 361-9363

The Strathmore Silver Sharks Swim Club is for competitive swimmers from age 6 to 18. We have multiple levels of swimming which may be as little as twice per week for 30 minutes, and up to 5 days a week, a total of almost 10 hours of swimming. We are a winter club and our season runs from October 1st, until the end of May. Cost varies depending on the swimming level, but starts at about $520 and goes up to $1500 per swimmer. We have worked with the Town of Strathmore, Swim Alberta, Swimming Canada, and Lifesaving Society of Canada to come up with an excellent Return to Swimming plan. Contact us for more details! We are almost full, but always looking for more swimmers!

 Strathmore Soccer Association

(403) 324-7787

We are offering a Rec. Adult soccer program starting October 12 registration is open; a competitive teams program for players U9-U15 limited space is still available, registration closes October 1; Grassroots Program for children for 4-7 years, they're is limited spots available, registration closes November 1. We are limiting group sizes and implementing registration caps. Our policy and procedures are in full compliance of AHS regulations.

 Wheatland Society of Arts

Sarena Dobmeier

Effective September 20, 2021 we will implement the RESTRICTIONS EXEPTION PROGRAM as mandated by the Government of Alberta and Alberta Health Services. Direct any questions or concerns to The calendar lists all events, programs and studio times. Registration for all events is required as space is limited.

 Wheatland Whirlers
Dave/Claudia Littlefair


 Carolyn's Keys Music Company
Carolyn Wakeford


Piano and theory lessons for all ages. Individualized programs coming live to you via Zoom for this season: beginning Week of October 1 till the 3rd week in June 2021. Monthly payment of $105 due the beginning of each month for 9 months, e-transfers only. Discounts for additional family members. Books are extra (approx $50). Piano lesson camera mirror clip is extra - clips onto the lens of your tablet to display full view of hands and face (approx $40). Supplies needed: touch sensitive keyboard or piano with 88 keys and damper pedal and an average size tablet/iPad with connection to the internet - Ethernet connection suggested. 34 -30 minute weekly lessonsfollowing Golden Hills School Division calendar for 2020-2021.


 Dixon Guitar Studio 

Robert Dixon 
(403) 324 7964


Guitar lessons for ages 6+
All levels of guitar
Robert teaches classical, electric, and acoustic guitar.
$100 a month, roughly $25 a lesson. Each lesson is half hour.

Start second week of September/ when registered. Robert believes music should be fun as this is how students learn. Lessons will consist of some theory, as well as playing/ practicing out of a method book and creating music themselves.  


 Jim Baxter's Guitar Lessons 

Jim Baxter
(403) 923-6671



I teach guitar in my home to individual students of any skill level, almost any age (kids over 8 yrs have better success). I've been teaching here in Strathmore for 16 years now. I concentrate on getting people playing first, then develop reading and theory skills as they progress. I also teach bass, and help people with finding an instrument to suit their budget and interests. Look for Strathmore Guitar Students on Youtube to see some of my students showcasing their skills. Call 403-923-6671 for rates and availablility.


 Pianissmo Piano Studio

(403) 480-1060

I teach anyone of any age, how to read music, how to play on the piano what you are reading on the music sheets, you can sing along and improve your pitch. Fair prices, flexible schedule, but you must be pet friendly, thank you!

 Wee Ones Music Studio 

Julia Dobbin 
(403) 861-8327




Wee Ones Music Studio is ready to nurture the musical creativity of the wee ones in the Strathmore and surrounding communities. We offer a variety of group music classes for families and children ages 0-12. Come explore music in a joyful learning environment, bond with your wee one, build community connections, and grow your musical knowledge.

  • Wee Ones 0-24 months (1 adult attendee per child) = $120 for six 45 minute classes
  • Young Ones 2-4 Years (1 adult attendee per child) = $120 for six 45 minute classes
  • Explorers 5-7 Years = $120 for six 45 minute classes
  • Adventurers 8-12 Years = $120 for six 45 minute classes
  • Family Classes = 45 minute class, $10 per adult/$5 per child, 1 adult attendee per child/children, all ages welcome in this family friendly activity that is booked on a class by class basis


 Service Clubs & Volunteer Organizations


 Girl Guides

Patricia Manuell

We’re excited to welcome your daughter back this September for a fun and safe Guiding year. You can be confident that no matter what the year ahead looks like, she’ll have a full and meaningful Guiding year building skills and friendships. Girl Guides will be there for girls, with exciting new in-person, anytime, and virtual experiences.Girl Guides of Canada has always been a leader in safety. Our Return to In-Person Guiding protocols are informed by recommendations from Ministries of Public Health across the country and other experts, including recommendations from Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children.

We know that families have questions about what fall 2020 will look like at Girl Guides, and we’ll continue to provide you with the answers you need as the situation evolves. Our FAQ page will be updated regularly throughout the year – please continue to check back often.


 School Fuel

Brandi Bobee
(403) 934-2424


 Strathmore Lions

The Strathmore Lions have been making things happen in Strathmore for 80 years, starting with the swimming hole, back in 1939. The Club currently holds meetings twice a month, on the first and third Thursday.

 Hope Bridges Society

(403) 983-3640

Hope Bridges is a community-based, not-for-profit organization that inspires connection between adults in community and works to change hearts and minds through the universal language of art. We offer arts-based classes and workshops for all adults that help participants express themselves and connect with others. At the heart of our organization is the knowledge that everyone belongs and everyone is welcome.


 Child, Youth & Education Programs


5 for Life Early Childhood

Deb Taylor 


5 for Life Early Childhood Coalition supports and promotes healthy development of 0-5 year olds and their family/caregivers in Strathmore and Wheatland County by providing activities, awareness, and connection to community resources. Some of our main events include:

• Mother Goose
• The Terrific 2&3 Year Old Event
• The 2022 Community Book Sale
• Celebrate Your Child 4&5 Year Old Event

Looking for community resources check out our 5 for Life 0-5 Years Resource Handbook:

Make sure you like our Facebook page for information on any of our upcoming events


Back to Basics Tutoring Services 

Emily Rochford 

Experienced and Alberta and New Brunswick certified classroom teacher.

Tutoring available for :

- k-9: all subjects, French, French Immersion & Spanish
- 10-12: English, Social Studies, French, Spanish
- Remediations: reading, writing, grammar, math foundations, and basic English language learning. 


  Strathmore Little Flower Pre-Kindergarten
Lauren Zulyniak

(403) 901-1544

All students must be 4 years old by December 31, 2020. Our program is now full. Three morning and three afternoon per week program. Morning is Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:25 to 11:20 am. Afternoon will run Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 12:15 to 3:10 pm. Fee is $150.00 per month per student with a $50.00 program registration fee (includes school supplies, snacks and field trips).


 Strathmore & District Playschool

Janique Lagace
(403) 901-1700


3 and 4 year old program
2 mornings or 2 afternoons/week
12 students/class
Free play, crafts, music, carpet time, pre K skills
Subsidies now available 


 School-Linked Before & After School Care

Becca Ness
(403) 324-2760

We provide Before & After School Care to Westmount Elementary Students. We offer a fun and engaging child focused program. School-Linked days consist of Breakfast/Snack, Homework Help, Daily Fitness, Arts/Crafts & Child focused learning and Development. We are open PD/FLEX Fridays. Contact us today for more information! Full-time (Before & After School) $450/month Part-time (After School only) $350/month Drop In $25/day Hours : 7:00 am-8:30 am 3:00 pm-6:00 pm


 Other Programs


Bridging the Gap

Nancy van Egmond


Supporting the wellbeing of seniors 55+ in years through programming in Strathmore & Wheatland County. Bridging the Gap (known as "BTG") engages seniors with programming that supports social participation and inclusion. In turn, seniors are encouraged to volunteer their life skills, knowledge and experience back into the community.

To find a list of local events for seniors 55+ check out the events calendar on our BTG website:
Want to volunteer or have a volunteer opportunity check out our listings , or add your own here:


Growing Opportunities



Growing Opportunities (known as "GO") is an in-home visitation program which provides supports to individuals during their pregnancy through counseling, nutritional supplements, support, education, resources and connected them to community services. Program delivery is 1 day a week by a Registered Nurse, Support Worker, and Life Skills Coach with access to a Nutritionist.

For more information call or text the Strathmore GO Team on Wednesdays at 403-901-7684

Supporting pregnant women with healthy lifestyles choices for themselves and their babies.


 Strathmore Municipal Library

Rachel Dick Hughes (Director)


The Strathmore Municipal Library strives to provide opportunities for life-long learning to residents and visitors to Strathmore and Area. This fall, the library is bringing back in-person programming with the addition of 4 new early literacy programs; Twinkle Babies, Toddler Time, ABC Kids, and Together Time Tales. We are also bringing back the popular Halloween Costume Exchange on Saturday, October 2 from 10am to 3pm. Be sure to join us on Thursday, September 30 from 6-9pm as we Celebrate Indigenous Makers with a special maker market and meet the artist event. This event is part of Alberta Culture Days and in honour of Truth and Reconciliation Day.

For more information about the programs and services the library provides, please check out our website at      

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