Stavely Clubs - Information

Stavely Stampeders 4H Light Horse Club:  The Stavely Stampeders 4H Light

Horse Club was started in 1984.  The main focus for our club is on building

horsemanship skills.  We ride several times throughout the winter and twice

a week May through June in Stavely.  At the end of the year we hold 

achievement day at the Stavely Arena.  Our club also benefits from clinicians

knowledgeable in various equine skills.  Members enjoy many club activities 

besides riding and learning theory.  They perform community services, 

fundraise and compete in Public Speaking.


For information about our club please contact any one of our leaders:


General Leader: Terri Ward terri_ward7@hotmail.com

Project Leader: Carmen Sippola cysippola@gmail.com

Colleen Edwards chb.edwards@gmail.com

Assistant Leader: Candi Marchbank felicem3@gmail.com

Assistant Leader: Amanda Loeffler a_loeffler@hotmail.com




Stavely Skating Club:  The Skating Club promotes recreational and

competitive skating for all age groups.  Canskate, Group & Private 

Star Skaters (Test Program) are some of the programs offered by the 

club from October to March.  Lots of skating time for reasonable rates.

The Stavely Skating Club is affiliated with Skate Canada.  For further information

please contact either Jody Husted or Louise Nelson at stavelyskating@gmail.com.

You can also find further information on their Facebook page under Stavely Skating.



Book Club:  The book club meets every 1st Thursday in the local library

for a one hour discussion of a selected book.  For more information, please

contact our librarian.


Bev Olsen 403-549-2190



Homework Club:  Meets at the Stavely Youth Hall 



Sky Anna Highland Dancers:  Louanna MacLeod-Jones is the primary 

instructor and classes generally run on Thursday nights between 4:30 and 9:00 

from September through June at the Stavely Youth Hall.  Dancers perform

locally on a regular basis, are tested by the Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance

annually and have the opportunity to compete at sanctioned Scottish

Official Board of Highland Dancing events if they choose.


SUCH Drama:  Stavely Unique Character House provides Fall Improv classes and

production classes to help individuals learn about public speaking and self expression 

through Dramatic arts.  Full theatrical productions are performed in the Spring with

auditions beginning in February.  No previous experience is required and be prepared

to have fun!

Contact: Christin Slevin  403-993-4276

Jill Cook 403-669-2383



Stavely Archery Club www.stavelyarchery.club

   


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