FCSS - Supports for Families
Brownies, Guides and Pathfinders, Cubs, Beavers and Scouts, Gymnastics, Legion, Skating, Hockey, Curling, Fire Deptmnt, Boys and Girls Club, etc.
Special Needs Association for Parents and Siblings (SNAPS)
This non-profit organization works to provide respite, support, and information to families who have one or more children with special needs. Vistit http://www.FoothillsSNAPS.org for more information or call 403-603-3232.
Rowan House Emergency Women's Shelter and Region 3 Family Based Care Society
Visit them online at www.rowanhouse.ca or contact the crisis line at 403.652.3311.
Hope and Healing Gala in to Aldersyde April 25, 2015
Free Six Week Course on Healthy Relationships for Women
Kids - looking for a good place for kids to hang out with friends? The Boys and Girls club is a great place to meet. With pool tables, guitars, a piano and a large TV with blue ray for movies, the club offers plenty of opportunities to have fun. There are also 6 computers for your use, cameras and video cameras for movie making, video games, books, art supplies and games. The arena staff are also willing to set up basketball, tennis and volleyball nets for indoor use over the summer. So come check it out. You'll be sure to find something to suit your interests!
Friday Night Fun with Leigh Bretzlaff - Oilfields High School
Leight Bretzlaff runs a great Friday night activities program over the summer. Look for more info here or through the Boys and Girls Club. Paintball will be offered at a subsidized rate on Friday, July 25, 2014. Anyone interested should contact Leight Bretzlaff at 403-510-8814.
C. Ian McLaren School
Babysitting Course - The Babysitter Training Course covers all areas in babysitting and child safety. Children 11 years and older are eligible to register. Course is open to all age-qualified residents of Black Diamond, Turner Valley and the M.D. of Foothills including Longview.
The dates for the Fall 2014 course are Nov 1 and 2 (Sat and Sun) from 10 to 3 in the lower level of the Black Diamond Town Office on Centre Ave. Registration forms are available at the town office and through C. Ian McLaren School and Turner Valley School. The cost of the course if $18 per participant. Registration will close when the class size reaches 20 students. For further information please call FCSS Coordinator Suzan Nagel at 403-933-4348 or e-mail at email@example.com .
Bike Rodeo - An obstacle course is set up in late spring to test and teach bicycle safety skills and education about safe bicycle road rules and helmet and bicycle maintenance information. Black Diamond Protective Services, Black Diamond Fire Department, Turner Valley R.C.M.P. and many volunteers are involved and share in educating and enhancing life skills for area young people.
Parent Link meets at the Boys and Girls Club in Black Diamond Mondays from 9:30m - 11:30 am. This free service is for children and parents. This service provides information and support for parents and caregivers on how to assist with your child's learning, development and health. You will find information about becoming a parent, promoting a healthy pregnancy, locating and choosing child care, various health issues, communication, discipline. Check out the website: http://www.parentlinkalberta.ca
Families Matter: Visit www.familiesmatter.ca for more information on available programs and services.
McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association provides quality care and services to children, youth and families in communities throughout Alberta. Visit their website at http://www.mcman.ca
Please feel free to contact the FCSS Coordinator, Suzan Nagel at 403.933.4348 or at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Mature Worker Program - McBride Career Group offers a flexible, no-cost program to help those aged 50+ with workplace skills, job seaching, resume preparation, self-employment, interviewing techniques and much more. Call 403-995-4377 (Okotoks) or 403-601-2660 (High River). Click here to view poster or go to www.mcbridecareergroup.com
Preschool Fluoride Varnish Program - Free for eligible children 12 to 35 months. For more information click here for brochure or call 403-955-1350.
Free Summer Camp for Qualified Families
The Okotoks Healthy Family Resource Centre is again offering registration to Foothills children for a FREE week-long summer camp experience in Bragg Creek for children ages 7-16 living in modest-income families. The camp is run by Our Lady Queen of Peace Ranch. Information on the camp can be found at www.ourladyqueenofpeaceranch.com or click the following links to see forms directly from this page.