Community Services, 

AMENITIES & Groups

911 Emergency Services

The 911 emergency telephone system is in place in Glenwood to assist citizens with POLICE, MEDICAL or FIRE emergencies. Call 911 in case of emergency. 

144 2nd Street West, Cardston, Alberta

Phone:  403-653-4411

1222 Bev McLaughlin Drive, Pincher Creek, Alberta

Phone:  403-627-1234

52 Main Avenue, Glenwood, Alberta

Phone:  403 653 1333

Fire Chief: 403 626 3842

145 Main Street, Cardston, Alberta

Phone:  403-653-4931

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The Aged Cheese Country Club became a registered Society on April 17, 1985. The Club usually meets on the fourth Monday of every month with the exception of July and August.  We enjoy great food and entertainment, which could be a speaker, music, etc. Members travel to live plays, local attractions, etc.


The membership is open to any person over the age of 55 and welcome anyone interested to attend  and see what we are all about.


Contact Myrna Young 403 626-366, Vernene Kutsch 403 626-3690 or Jolane Shipley 403 626-3491

 

There are 2 Scout groups in Glenwood.  The LDS Church sponsors Cubs, Scouts, and Ventures groups for boys from ages 8-18 and is open to the community.  Contact is Myron Lybbert 403 360-8591.

 

There is also a Beaver Scout group for boys and girls  ages 5-8.  Contact Sarah Lybbert at 403 308-5017 for more information.  

 

All groups meet weekly.    

Communities in Bloom is a volunteer based, Canadian non-profit organization, committed to fostering civic pride, environmental responsibility, beautification and to improving quality of life through community .

 

The Glenwood CiB was started in 2012 and has competed for four years and have achieved recognition for the projects and wonderful gardens in the Village and surrounding Community.  This is all due to fantastic volunteers, please call and join us.

Contact Myrna Young 403 626-3666

To book this venue, contact the Village of Glenwood:

Location: 59 Main Avenue, Glenwood, Alberta

Phone:  (403) 626-3233

The Glenwood Municipal Library provides as extensive a selection of current, high interest, and educational material as possible to the residents of Glenwood, Hill Spring, and surrounding areas.

Location: 59 Main Avenue (please use south side entrance)

Phone:  403-393-7260 or email help@glenwoodlibrary.ca

Location: 60 Main Avenue

Phone: 403-626-3483

Glenwood Quilting Club Meetings are held every 1st Thursday at the Glenwood Community Hall.  From 10 am to 7 pm personal projects are worked on and then from 7 to 9 pm a general meeting is held where new quilt squares are demonstrated and newly made quilts are shared in a show and share time.  Occasionally  visitors are brought in to share their knowledge on all things quilting.  As well, quilts are made and donated to local charities for fundraising.  Members come from as far away as Coalhurst and Coaldale and all are welcomed.  The objective of the Quilt Club is to share and learn while enjoying a social time together.

Contact Cheryle Lybbert 403 626-3842 or Sherri Tatlow 403 626-3494

To catch up on what’s happening in our community read the latest edition of our newsletter the Glenwood Neighbourly News mailed at the beginning of each month.

To submit items for inclusion in the newsletter please email them to:  glenwoodnews@gmail.com

"Cuddle….  Communicate …. Connect”

Parents and young children between the ages of 0-4 come together to enjoy songs, rhymes, stories, a snack and a craft. This is a group experience for parents and their babies and young children. Children benefit from enjoyable, healthy, early experiences with language and communication. Brought to the Glenwood area by the Village of Glenwood Library Board with funding provided by  the Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) in Cardston. 

Contact :

email 

 (403) 393-7260

Glenwood Libary 

59 Main Avenue, Glenwood, Alberta

(please use south side entrance)

Phone:  403-393-7260

The Glenwood Recreation board is a group a volunteers working under the Village of Glenwood to coordinate activities in the Village and help manage the many recreation facilities in the community.  

Here's a link to some of the facilities located in the community 

If you would like to serve or have questions contact the Village of Glenwood .   

(403) 626-3233
Village of Glenwood
P.O. Box 1084
Glenwood, AB T0K 2R0
admin@glenwood.ca

The Spring Glen Elementary School’s Mission is to engage and inspire students and staff to reach their potential. 


Location: 322 1st Avenue NW
Phone:  403-626-3611

Glenwood has a excellent elementary school for students from kindergarten thru grade 6 living in the Glenwoood and Hill Spring Area.  Grade 7 to 9 students attend the Spring Glen Jr. High  School in Hill Spring just up the road.  High School Students  are bused to Cardston High School.  

Location: 59 Main Avenue, Glenwood, Alberta

Phone:  (403) 626-3233

Hours: Monday – Wednesday 8am to 4:30pm 
(Closed for lunch Noon to 1pm) 
*Closed for statutory holidays

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