Hay Lakes & District Agriculture Society is responsible for a lot of things in town. The agriplex, which is used for curling from November to March. They've held grads, weddings, reunions, receptions, dances and community fund-raisers there. They have a commercial kitchen and a meeting space as well. The main area has seating for up to 400 people.
The Enerplus Multi-Use Building can be use for 4H shows, other livestock shows, bench shows and meetings. They have a kitchen, meeting room, livestock wash bay and an arena with bleachers. Skate park equipment is on site.
The skating rink is outdoors, and available weather permitting. We have a heated skate shack with washrooms.
The 3 ball diamonds, cookshack and washrooms are available from May to October.
The outdoor riding arena is available from May to October as well. Time keeping booth and bleachers are on site.
If you're interested in volunteering or becoming a member, contact firstname.lastname@example.org - membership is $10 and supports all these great additions to our community.
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Hay Lakes Curling Club
Come check out our local curling club right here in town, whether you're new to the sport or have played for years. Tuesday night is mixed night, and Wednesday is men's night.
Contact Tim for more information 780-878-3236
Hay Lakes Riding Club
Hay Lakes Riders is a club designed for all types of riders and horse lovers. We encourage family atmosphere, healthy competitve and non competitive riding and agriculture in our youth.With the support of Hay Lakes Agricultural Society we have great new grounds to work with and hope to soon fill them with riders.
Located on the East side of the Recreation Center, the library has been providing services to Hay Lakes and areas residents for over 50 years,. What began in 1957 with 257 books has grown into a collection of over 73,000 items with many more available through inter-library loans.
The Hay Lakes Municipal Library provides our community with equitable access to library materials and services that stimulate and meet residents’ needs for information, education, culture, entertainment, and access to Internet.
As a small village library, there are many different ways that you can help us sustain and expand our programs and services. We would be glad to accept your support in any of the three following areas:
Time: There are many volunteer opportunities available, from joining the Library board or Friends of the Library society, to helping out with fundraisers or in the library itself. Talent: Do you have a hobby, skill, or interest that you would like to share with the rest of our patrons? We would love to host a special event, workshop, or seminar so you can show your stuff!
Treasure: Monetary funding is always needed and gratefully accepted. As a registered charity, we are able to issue official tax receipts for donations over $10.00.
Please call Amanda at 878-BOOK for more information and contact numbers regarding volunteer and support opportunities.
The Alberta Library (TAL) Card
Your PRL library card is also a TAL card, which you can use to borrow materials from over 240 participating TAL card libraries throughout the province. Note that the types of items each library will lend to TAL patrons, as well as fines and loan periods, vary by library. Ask the library staff for more information! Items can be returned to any participating Alberta library, and will be forwarded to their home libraries at no charge.
Library Card Fees
Village/County Single Rate: $15.00
Family Rate: $30.00
Magazines/ Movie DVD's/CDs: 1week
Books/Audio books: 3 weeks
TV series on DVD : 3 weeks
After School Reading Program
Children in Grades K-2 meet every Tuseday, 3:30pm - 5:00 pm from September - June.
Children in Grades 3-5 meet every Wednesday, 3:30 - 5:00pm from September - June
From September - June, Tuesday and Wednesday programs are 13$per month. Drop in fee is 5$per day. Snack and drink is included!
Early Literary Program
For parents and children 0 - 5 years of age. Every Wednesday at the Hay Lakes Library from 10:15am to 11am. $3.00 Drop in fee.
Tuesday: 9:00 - 7:30
Wednesday - 9:00 - 7:00
Thursday 9:00 - 7:00
Open 11:00 - 2:00 the last Saturday of every month.
Our Savior Lutheran Church
The coffee is on before and after each service as, fellowship is an important part of Our Saviour. Holy Communion is celebrated the second& third Sunday of each month, with the exception of July, No services during the month of July. Our Saviour supports organizations in and around Hay Lakes and Camrose, such as the Boy Scouts the Camrose Women's Shelter,the Food Bank, Local School Band Program Flood, victims in Calgary through the Salavation Army, Raising the Roof in High River & Augustana Campus Ministry, The second Sunday in August we have an outside cemetery service, with lunch and fellowship following the service.
For more information, contact (780) 878-3878
This program runs in the basement of the Hay Lakes Recreation Center on Main Street, for children ages 3 to 5 years.
The program runs Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to noon.
For more information, contact
The Hay Lakes & District Recreation Association manages the Hay Lakes Recreation Hall on Main Street, where the following groups run their programs:
Hay Lakes Senior Center
Hay Lakes Library
Hay Lakes Playschool
Memberships are $20 per family and go to helping with the upkeep of this building that supports so much in our community.
For public rentals, contact Cathy Marusak at 780-878-3825
Rental Fees are:
$150 - Lounge area
$200 - Lounge and dance floor
$50 - Kitchen
General meetings are held at 7pm, on the last Tuesday of February, May, September and November, held in the Rec Center.
If you've eaten today ... thank a farmer!