Stavely & District Agricultural Society: The Stavely & District Agricultural Society operates the local Stavely Arena. The arena holds many events year round and is an important part of Stavely
B.P.O. Elks Lodge #112: Outside of the large cities, the Elks #112 Lodge boasts the largest membership in Canada and has been in operation in Stavely since 1925. Their motto is "Promoting & Supporting Community Needs". Visit the Elks page to find out further information and see what programs they offer.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows: The Independent Order of Odd Fellows Lodge was established in the Town of Stavely in 1907. Beaver Lodge #27 meets on the first Thursday of the month at the Stavely Community Hall except July and August. For further information contact Dale (Friday) Gugala at email@example.com or visit the IOOF website at www.oddfellowsalberta.ca.
The Stavely Royal Purple Elk Lodge #99: The members of the Royal Purple of Canada focus primarily on the promotion and support of community needs across Canada through Local and National Programs.
Fern Leaf Rebekah Lodge #36: The Rebekah Lodge #99 was started in 1927. Due to lack of membership, the lodge was forced to close in December 2016, however, members are more than welcome to join other members at the Fern Leaf Rebekah Lodge #36. New members are always welcome.
Stavely Golden Age Center: A large facility that caters to the seniors of Stavely and the surrounding area. The Center features a pool table, shuffleboard, hosts weekly and monthly programs. These programs include bridge, crib, crafts/sewing, shuffleboard, coffee, potluck suppers, monthly birthday parties, etc. For further information please contact the Stavely Golden Age Center at 403-549-3933.
Museum Society of Stavely & District: The society operates the Stavely & District Museum. The Museum was closed for two years and re-opened in 2017 after a full renovation.
Stavely Indoor Rodeo Association: This society handles the immensely popular annual Stavely ProRodeo.
Stavely Community Chest: Stavely's Community Chest collects donations for distribution to various charities. This eliminates the necessity for these charities to canvas door to door. Donations can be left at the Stavely ATB Financial Agency or mailed to Community Chest, Box 249, Stavely, Alberta, T0L 1Z0. In 2016, Stavely's Community Chest contributed to 19 different charities.
Contact: Gwen Broomfield 403-625-6609
Stavely Youth Hall: Thanks to the support of the Stavely Recreation Board and the Town of Stavely, this building remains open for various youth activities in town.
The Friends of the Stavely Library: A non-profit organization dedicated to the support of the Stavely Municipal Library.