Want to check out what's going on this fall in and around Devon? Join us for this year's Community Awareness events! Each event will feature local community groups' upcoming programs, events and initiatives.
If you're a local community group looking to join in on this event, please contact our Community Programs & Events Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 780-987-8332. Applications are being accepted until August 23, 2021.
This event is tradeshow style featuring information and resources from local community groups. Join us and show your support!
No need to cook! The Lions Club will be serving beef on a bun at the entrance from 6pm - 7pm. $5/person or bring a Food Bank donation.
Date: September 1, 2021
Time: 6-7:30 p.m.
Place: Devon Community Centre
Virtual Community Awareness
This virtual event will include featured posts from local community groups' programs, events, initiatives or ongoing projects for you to view on your own time.
Date: September 2-7, 2021
Location: Virtual Facebook Event
The Devon Arts Association is a community of Devon's artists, musicians and creative souls who meet and share their talents. Hosting the Devon Artisan Market, they bring the artistic community together weekly.
Find out more information about their ongoing projects:
Music & Movement Classes for Infants, Toddlers, Preschoolers...and the Grownups Who Love Them® Codabugs offers classes online & in-person.
For more information about their programs, visit:
Devon Alliance Church (DAC) was founded more than 60 years ago, and is a member of the Western Canadian District of the Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada. DAC serves as a physical cornerstone at the southwestern edge of Devon, approximately 15 minutes from both the south and west ends of Edmonton, Alberta.
Find out their schedule and available programs:
The Block Parent® Program of Canada Inc. (BPPCI) is a registered charity and Canada's largest volunteer-run child safety organization. Volunteers from coast to coast help to make communities safer for everyone.
The distinctive red and white Block Parent® window sign in the window of a home, tells children, seniors and others that help is at hand if they are lost, frightened, or in distress.
Devon Block Parents are also on Facebook!
Devon Citizens on Patrol help keep our community safe by observing and reporting any suspicious or illegal activities to the local police.
Check out their YouTube video to find out more about what they do!
Communities in Bloom is a volunteer based, Canadian non-profit organization, committed to fostering civic pride, environmental responsibility, beautification and to improving quality of life through community participation.
Check them out on Facebook to follow updates:
The Devon Historical Society collects, preserves and displays Devon history and its artifacts for the benefit of this and future generations.
Check out their Devon in the 1950's video!
"We're a friendly Family of Lions always looking for ways to have fun and make a real difference that has genuine impact upon the lives of people in our own community and around the World!"
Check out their website for their events and initiatives:
Devon Nordic Ski Club's Mission: To promote recreational cross-country skiing among people of all ages in the Devon area so they can enjoy a low-cost, local, outdoor winter activity that contributes to their health and sense of well-being.
To register for upcoming programs, go to https://zone4.ca/ and search for Devon Nordic
Check out their Facebook Group:
Get your FREE library card today and get access to movies, books, comics, videogames and more from across Alberta! We offer programs for all ages (at limited capacity at this time) including story times, senior’s exercises, and various general interest programs as well as exam proctoring.
Check out their page for full details:
Since shortly after the birth of the Town of Devon, Devon United Church has been serving the community.
Today many people get to know about Devon United Church through our volunteer run Thrift Shop. In a number of ways, the Thrift Shop benefits the Devon area, but also has connections to the wider region as well as to countries throughout the developing world.
For full details, visit their website:
The Leduc & District Food Bank is a community-driven and supported organization that relies on community donations and volunteer support to provide short-term assistance to an approximate population of 85,000 people. We support Leduc, Beaumont, Calmar, Devon, Leduc County, Thorsby, and Warburg.
The Food Bank was created so that those in the community/region in need have relief of food insecurity, and we work alongside other helping agencies and help fill a gap when needed.
Our mission is to empower our community to aid those in need of food support through strategic collaborations, educational programs, and redistribution of food and goods.
Leduc Regional Housing Foundation (LRHF) provides affordable accommodation and services to seniors, individuals and families within the Leduc Region through 181 seniors’ lodge suites, 170 seniors’ apartments, 153 affordable housing units, and 42 subsidized units.
In addition to housing accommodation, LRHF also offers rent supplements directly to tenants in private landlord’s buildings as well as through a partnership with private landlords within the Leduc Region, for those who have a place to live but may need help with their rent.
If you are of modest income and need a place to call home or assistance with your rent, contact us and find out what we can do to help.
Local is an inviting place for teens to engage in activities that ignite their passions. We have programs and clubs to suit every interest. From the arts to athletics to cooking to just having great conversations - we've got it covered. Most of our programs best suit youth between the ages of 11 and 17.
We're 100% FREE! Come visit us upstairs in the 1949 Building located next to Robina Baker Elementary School in Devon.
Local is governed by The Devon Youth Society - a group of individuals who believe youth are a priority in our town.
Walk the Talks, coordinated by a local group of citizens, provides the opportunity each month for the community at large to come together to learn from subject matter experts about a variety of sustainability topics and to engage in thoughtful discussions.
The ultimate vision of Walk the Talks is that every resident of our community is informed, educated and proactively engaged in informed decision-making that influences our collective sustainable future.
Find out more about their monthly events:
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1 Columbia Avenue West
Devon, AB T9G 1A1
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