(Last updated: March 18, 2020)
**WATCH FOR NEW COMMUNITY GROUP PAGES under development!!**
Hepburn & District Parks and Recreation Board provides support and resourcing for the Community Groups and Organizations for Sport, Recreation, & Culture. If you want to find out more information about a group, contact the person listed below or the Town Office at email@example.com. If your group has changed members or information, please submit updates to the office.
NOTICE: $9800 has been allocated to our community groups from Saskatchewan Community Lottery Grants for 2020. Thanks to Saskatchewan Lotteries for their funding support to Sport, Recreation, & Culture! Funds are usually paid out in July. A reserve fund was set aside by Parks and Rec to make available to NEW INITIATIVES.
**Deadline for requests and reports - March 15 (annually). EXTENDED DEADLINE to March 20 (2020).
**Deadline for project reports and receipts - June 1 (annually). To inquire about these funds, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Forms are available at the office.
*Do you have an interest in starting a NEW GROUP for a Sport, Recreation, and Culture area? Contact the office at email@example.com.
- Hepburn Before & After School Program
- Hepburn Centennial Bowl
- Hepburn Library Board
- Hepburn Museum of Wheat Board
- Hepburn Minor Hockey
- Hepburn Figure Skating
- Hepburn Minor Soccer
- Hepburn Centre & Hepburn Seniors Association – includes Hepburn Helping Hands Sewing Group.
- Hepburn Cooperative Playschool
- Hepburn School Community Council – Click here to view more details about HSCC Initiatives.
- Hepburn Sew 4 Fun Quilting Group
- Hepburn Adult Slo-Pitch League
- Hepburn Mom's Play Group
- Hepburn Little Free Library - NEW
- Hepburn Minor Ball - NEW
- Hepburn LEGO Club - NEW
HEPBURN LIBRARY BOARD
- *Latest Notice: Note we are located close to a regional branch in Waldheim! Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/Waldheim-Library-211811868862034/
- Description: Established in 1967, the Wheatland Regional Library is part of a province-wide public library system. Wheatland Regional Library is located in west central Saskatchewan and provides library service to over 95,000 people living in 130 communities. The Wheatland Regional Library Headquarters is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
- Contact: Town Council Rep is Craig Kosowan.
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WheatlandRegionalLibrary/
- Email/Message: https://www.wheatland.sk.ca/contactus
- Web: https://www.wheatland.sk.ca/
- NEW: Volunteer Opportunities: Waldheim Board is seeking a Hepburn Area community representative - board member. Contact Lisa to get information package.
HEPBURN MUSEUM OF WHEAT BOARD
- THANK YOU FROM THE MUSEUM OF WHEAT BOARD: We thank everyone for their support of the recent Threshing Day. Over 200 people were in attendance over the day.
- *Latest Notice: T-Shirts for Sale and/or Order. From Teddi Dear.
- Fundraising Banquet: November, Waldheim Jubilee Centre.
- Rentals: Rates – Info Coming Soon.
- AGM – February. AGM Updates: Museum of Wheat had their Annual General Meeting in February.
- Description: This board supervises the Museum of Wheat buildings, museum, and schoolhouse. Tours are available upon request. Season is open Saturdays from May to September. Dates for 2017 coming soon.
- Bookings & Tours: Diana Stobbe, 306-947-4351
- Opening Day: May 2017.
- Hours: Saturdays, 10am-3pm, unless otherwise advertised.
- Threshing Day – Saturday, September 9, 2017. Click here for poster: Harvest Threshing Day.
- The Executive positions were filled as follows: President - vacant, Vice President Jonathan Dear – new (306-947-4740), Treasurer Dirk van Kuik, and Secretary Teddi Dear.
- Members: Arley Stobbe, Marvin Tieszen, Alison Ebach, Jake Fehr, Tina Fehr, Morris Pompu, Laura Pompu, Simon Loewen, Darlene Loewen, Jake Doerksen, Lonnie Doerksen, Ben Goertzen, Betty Goertzen.
- Subcommittee Members (Parks/Green Space): Teddi Dear (MoW), Jennifer Beaumont-Becker (P&R), Doug Peters (P&R), Andrew Berg (MAL)
- Facebook: None
- Email: To be confirmed.
- Web: Museum Info!
- Brochure: Museum Brochure – print this two-sided and fold into a brochure. Copies available in the Museum.
- Volunteer Opportunities: See Volunteer Page. New Members Welcome.
- olunteer Page.
HEPBURN SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCIL (SCC)
THE PURPOSE OF SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCILS IS TO “HELP STRENGTHEN THE CAPACITY OF SCHOOLS TO IMPROVE CHILDREN’S LEARNING” (SSBA HANDBOOK FOR SCHOOL COMMUNITY COUNCILS)
Our HSCC’s vision statement:
“Collaborating Together to Create a Community that Inspires Students to Excellence”
- *Latest Notice: Literacy Week – March 19-22.
- Description: Hepburn School Community Council consists of Committed Parents, Dedicated School Staff, Engaged Students, Contributory Members of Our Town, Our Wonderful Local Board Member, Our Division Office Learning Superintendent, and Our School Administration Team! We are a diverse, hard-working team of individuals dedicated to various initiatives including: Volunteer Engagement, Healthy Kids, Healthy Families, School Spirit, and Inspiring Excellence. SCC has identified four key initiatives to guide their efforts. (1) Volunteer Engagement – promoting volunteer opportunities and recruiting community members to support Hepburn School. (2) Healthy Kids, Healthy Families – partnering with families to promote mental, emotional, and physical health. (3) School Spirit – encouraging and modeling enthusiastic participation in Hepburn School. (4) Inspiring Excellence – assisting our school in reaching and realizing its full potential. Click here to view more details about HSCC Initiatives.
- Opening Day: Fall. September-June.
- Meetings: Every 6 weeks, at Hepburn School, at 6.00pm
- Members: Kelsie-Lynn Harms (Chair), Candace Berg, Ron Sigstad (Principal), Marc Normand (Vice Principal), Tammy Selvig (Teacher Rep), Teddi Dear.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web: http://blogs.spiritsd.ca/hepburn/school-community-council-scc/
- Volunteer Opportunities: See Volunteer Page. Needed 3 members. Are you interested in joining? We’d love to have you!!! Please contact us for more information and to find out how to get involved!
Sew 4 Fun Quilting Group
- *Latest Notice: This group has been working diligently for 10 years. They have donated 10 quilts to local Hepburn groups, 3 care homes, and Cystic Fibrosis Association as fundraisers. Proceeds have net over $10,000. Thank you for supporting all these groups. The current raffle tickets are being sold to raise funds for this group to make a Commemorative Centennial Quilt for Hepburn’s 100th in June 2019. Still tickets available at Town Office or from Rita Klein, and other group members.
- Since: 2008.
- AGM: None.
- Description: Sewing Group.
- Opening Day:
- Meetings: Every Tuesday afternoons.
- Members: Contact Rita Klein 306-947-2066.
- Facebook: None
- Email: TBA
- Volunteer Opportunities:
Hepburn Adult Slo-Pitch League
- *Latest Notice:
- Description: Adult Co-Ed Slo-Pitch League. League fees TBA.
- Opening Day: May and June, evening games
- Members: 3-6 local and area teams
- Facebook: None
- Email: email@example.com
- Contact: Troy Prosofsky
- Volunteer Opportunities:
- Events: Fair Days Ball Tournament. Entry is $200/team.
Hepburn Little Free Library
- Library Stewards - Ruth Fehr and Jackie Hutchison
- Drop donations off at the Town Office or at the little library as room permits. Hepburn Mom's Play Group
Hepburn Mom's Play Group
- Follow Group on Facebook page.
- Wednesday Mornings or as scheduled
- Gym Times
- Contact: Kayleigh Klassen.