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.
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 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. $5/person or bring a Food Bank donation.
Date: September 7, 2022
Time: 6 - 7:30 p.m.
Place: Devon Community Centre
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. If you take part in the virtual community awareness you will get a webpage feature on this page with information about your group and a photo showcasing your logo.
Dates: September 1-9, 2022
If you are part of a local community group looking to join in on this event (in-person or virtual), please fill out this form and send it to our Community Programs & Events Coordinator at email@example.com. Applications are being accepted until August 26, 2022.
If you have any questions contact us and we will get back to you as soon as we can!
Our mission at the Devon Public Library is to enrich lives, build community and foster success by bringing people, information and ideas together. You probably know that we lend books, movies, tv shows, audiobooks and magazines, but did you know we also offer puzzles, trash pickers, kits such as the telescope kit, sewing machines, wood burning, wood carving, and more? Plus, with your free library card, you can access over 30 eResources that provide homework help, recipes, automotive repair guides, business & technology courses, genealogy, ebooks, audiobooks, e-magazines, consumer reports, and much more. We also run programs for all ages and provide community adult learning programs! To learn more about upcoming programs, visit devonpubliclibrary.ca/events
Sign up for your free library card today! Visit us in person or at devonpubliclibrary.ca/about-us/membership/free-card
Check out their page for full details:
Drive Happiness is a non-profit organization that seeks to enhance mobility and connect older adults to the resources needed to live and age well. Through its Seniors Assisted Transportation Program, older Albertans with health issues or limited income can request a ride to medical clinics, businesses, recreation facilities, and wherever else they need to go. Rides up to 40 kilometres or 90 minutes cost $10, and they are provided by friendly volunteers who are screened for a clean driving abstract, a vulnerable sector police check, and a well-maintained vehicle. To become a volunteer, please visit drivehappiness.ca/volunteering/.
Drive Happiness also offers several programs beyond its ride service. Volunteers deliver groceries, medical equipment, and other essential items straight to members’ doors. The organization also provides free rides to immunization appointments for people of all ages living in Northwestern Alberta through its Driving Rural Access to Vaccines (DRAV) initiative, which received funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada. To learn more about Drive Happiness, please visit drivehappiness.ca/ or call 780-424-5438.
Leduc Regional Housing Foundation (LRHF) provides quality housing solutions and services to individuals and families within the Leduc Region. A variety of affordable housing options are available through 181 seniors lodge units, 170 seniors apartment units, 152 affordable housing units, and 64 community housing units.
In addition to housing accommodation, LRHF administers the Rent Assistance Benefit on behalf of the Government of Alberta. The Rent Assistance Benefit assists 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.
Discover a variety of art & handmade goods by local artisans and craftspeople.
The Arts Association of Devon hosts a community and area arts market on the second Sunday of each month in the Devon Community Centre at 20 Haven Avenue.
The market runs from noon to 4 pm and showcases local talents and hand-crafted products like art, photography, fabric creations, crocheting, writing, metal work, leather work, ceramics and pottery.
The 2022 fall and winter Sunday markets are scheduled for:
September 11th, October 9th, November 13th and December 11th Christmas market.
For more information
or call (780)-729-4932
The Arts Association of Devon will support all aspects of the creative community.
The Arts Association of Devon welcomes all artists and supporters of the arts. The Association showcases the creative community, creates vibrancy in the Town of Devon, shares the wealth of abilities and knowledge, and supports the needs of the arts community.
Devon Fire Rescue began in 1948 as an all volunteer department. Almost 75 years later, the Devon Fire Rescue now has approximately 30 paid on call members including 2 full time firefighters, all led by Fire Chief Robert Main.
Over 200 times a year, the department responds to emergencies within the town limits, plus Parkland and if needed, Leduc County. Devon Fire Rescue fights structural, vehicle and wildland fires, assists Alberta Health Services with medical calls, along with responding to various smoke and gas alarms, motor vehicle collisions and river emergencies.
Our fleet consists of two engines, one rescue vehicle, one water tanker, two rescue boats, one squad truck and a pickup truck.
Devon Fire Rescue is now recruiting for its next recruit class starting in October. Please call 780-987-3718 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in becoming a proud member of Devon Fire Rescue.
Samuelson Music Studios provides private instruction in piano, recorder, theory and most woodwind and brass instruments. Please note that private instruction in the woodwind and brass instruments is NOT designed to replace the instruction that students receive in a school band program. The intent is to help students who are having difficulty or need some form of enrichment.
Leduc County Family Resource Network
Leduc County’s Family Resource Network (FRN) delivers high-quality prevention and early intervention services and supports for children aged 0 to 18.
FRN programs focus on three core areas:
These supports focus on strengthening parent and caregiver knowledge, coping and problem-solving skills, access to community resources, improving child and youth development, building resiliency and fostering well-being.
Supports offered through Leduc County’s FRN are available to all Alberta residents.
Drop-in hours at facilities in Thorsby, Devon
Leduc County FRN offers permanent drop-in hours at its two facilities, located in Devon and Thorsby. All families are welcome to drop in and join FRN staff for:
FRN facility locations
Devon: 5 Jasper Court in the Old Robina Baker School
Thorsby: 4908 48 St. in the modular building across from the Arctic Spas Recreation Complex
Learn more about Leduc County’s Family Resource Network at www.leduc-county.com/FRN
Our website and social media links:
Learn more about Black Gold School Division:
FREE Open House: Sep 21, 2022,
Time: 6:45 pm
Place: Telford House
Address: 4907- 46 Street Leduc
No Partner? No problem!
We are not a couples club. People generally dance the first and last tip with their spouse or
partner, but in between we make sure everyone gets on the floor.
The colourful traditional square dance costumes (crinolines and flared skirts for ladies, western
wear for the men) are optional. Dressy casual is fine.
What if I have 2 left feet? You’re in luck! Square dance has no fancy footwork to memorize --
simply take one "shuffle step" to each beat of the music .
Economical Night Out
An evening of square dancing is much less expensive than a gym pass, going to the movies, or a
Because we dance in a group, each person does his or her part. If you get lost, you'll have
lots of help.
Modern square dancing uses a wide variety of music – pop, traditional country, Broadway
musical,contemporary country, classic rock — even Motown, techno and hip-hop. Something for every
toe to tap to.
Featuring international professional caller Gary Winter
We are Alberta's trusted resource for utility safety. The one hub everyone can always rely on. Awareness, education, and locates combine to prevent contact with overhead and underground lines - keeping people and infrastructure safe.
The Devon COP main activity is to randomly patrol our town as extra Eyes and Ears for the RCMP and to Observe, Record and Report suspicious activity to the RCMP for them to deal with. We also help out as volunteers with special events like Devon Days, Christmas in the Park, Devon Fest etc.
Devon Soccer Association. We offer community soccer for Children Ages 5 to 17 in both outdoor and indoor formats. We are planning to host youth and Adult coed drop in's this winter
Our Music Together® classes are playful, rich and engaging. Our classes, geared toward babies, toddlers and preschoolers, help children to discover their inner music-maker through connection and PLAY with the grownups they love! Our children’s music & movement classes also offer other important benefits. It turns out that music education for children also supports overall early childhood development.
Check out our Fall schedule at CodabugsMT.com, and join a class today!
We are a volunteer run program dedicated to developing young girls skills in many different areas.
Everything we do here is designed to empower young girls to explore new interests while maintaining a fun and rewarding environment.
The Devon Skating Club offers Kidskate (ages 3-4), Canskate (4+), Jumpstart (Intro to Figure Skating), Junior, and STARSkate. We have 2 certified coaches who have been with the club for a number of years, as well as 1-2 coaches who are working on their certification.
We offer a skating Carnival every year in March, at the end of the season. Older levels usually participate in 1-2 competitions per year. We would love for you to come and skate with us and improve your skills for hockey, ringette, or figure skating!!
Register at www.devonskating.com.
We are a ski racing team in Parkland county, who train out of rabbit hill ski hill. We have programs for u6-u21, and love to have fun on the ski hill! We are looking for new members for the 2022/2023 season!
All the information for our program can be found at parklandracers.ca
The Dog Shoppe is home of Fur- Ever Friends Grooming & CW Canine Consulting that covers all your grooming, socialization and training needs. We are now lucky enough to have Kendra with Revive & Thrive Canine Massage & Bodyworks also offering her amazing skills at The Dog Shoppe.
Fur- Ever Friends Grooming
Fur-Ever Friends Grooming offers Grooming of all breeds and sizes. My goal is to make you and your pup happy and comfortable with their perfect spaw day!
CW Canine Consulting
Helping you and your four legged friend find balanced harmony. I teach group and private lessons.
Revive & Thrive - Canine Massage & Bodyworks
Helping our Furry Friends live their best lives! Massage Therapy Kinesiology Taping Cold Laser Therapy Laser Acupoint Therapy.
Youth Cross Country Ski Development Lessons open Thursday, Sept. 8!
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Town of Devon Municipal Office
1 Columbia Avenue West
Devon, AB T9G 1A1
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