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Posted: October 20

Bee House Workshop

Learn about Pollinators and Build a Bee House

Tue, Nov 08, 2016

6:30 pm

Clearwater County Ag Office & Shop

Come out and learn all about pollinators and other beneficial insects. Build a bee house for your backyard.

Agroforestry and Woodlot Extension Society presentation about pollinators, beneficial insects and habitat.Build a solitary bee house to take home.


Cost $5, please RSVP (403) 845-4444

Visit the Clear Water Landcare Facebook Page

Sponsored By Clear Water Landcare

Posted: October 19

Town Meeting

Results of Town Inspection: Municipal Affairs

Tue, Nov 01, 2016

5:00 pm

Lou Soppit Community Centre

Municipal Inspectors and Municipal Affairs advisers will report on their inspection of Town affairs.

The inspection was triggered by a petition calling for an external review of Town Council and the Town's affairs.

Everyone is welcome.

Sponsored By Alberta Municipal Affairs

Posted: October 19

Haunted Forest

Avery's Haunted Forest: Bighorn Reserve

Sat, Oct 29, 2016

2:00 pm

Bighorn Reserve: From Bighorn Store, follow signs

Everyone is welcome to come check out the Terrifying Haunted Forest in the Beautiful Mountains at Bighorn Reserve!

Groups of 8 people at a time will be taken through the haunt, and tours will last approximately 25 minutes. Last tour starts at 7:00 pm.

Concession available on site. Souvenirs and Art for sale.. No Cameras or Cell Phones on the tour.


$10.00 per person
$5.00 if dressed in Halloween Costume, or age 13 & under

No debit or credit cards. Cash only.

Donations gratefully accepted!

Posted: October 19

Fur Trade Hoedown

Fundraiser: Dine and dance

Sat, Oct 22, 2016

5:00 pm

Lou Soppit Community Centre

Guests are encouraged to dress in their finest fur trade attire!

Live and Silent Auction

5:00 pm Merv's Pitchfork Fondue Steak Supper

Steaks cooked in a cast iron cooker on the end of a large pitchfork

7:30 - 8:30 pm  Alberta Society of Fiddlers

8:30 pm Music by Crystal Plamondon & band


16 & under  $30/Dinner, $5/Dance

Whole Event $50 (Members: $45)

Dance Only  $30 (Members $25)

Buy at New Image Paint & Interiors or Panic Printing Solutions

More Information

Carol 403.845.3245    Shirley 403.845.0591

Visit the Confluence Heritage Society website.

Come out and support the fundraising efforts of the Confluence Heritage Society!

Sponsored By Confluence Heritage Society

Posted: October 17

Movie: Jack Reacher, Never Go Back

Rocky Cinemas: Action, Adventure, Crime

Fri, Oct 21 - Thu, Nov 03, 2016

Rocky Cinema

Jack Reacher must uncover the truth behind a major government conspiracy in order to clear his name. On the run as a fugitive from the law, Reacher uncovers a potential secret from his past that could change his life forever.

Action, Adventure, Crime, Rated PG, 1 hour 18 minutes

Starring: Tom Cruise, Cobie Smulders, Aldis Hodge

Nightly @ 6:50 pm & 9:25 pm

Matinees Friday,Saturday & Sunday @ 12:50 pm & 3:25 pm

Sponsored By Rocky Cinemas

Posted: October 17

Movie: The Girl on The Train

Rocky Cinemas: Mystery, Thriller

Fri, Oct 21 - Thu, Oct 27, 2016

Rocky Cinema

A divorcee becomes entangled in a missing persons investigation that promises to send shockwaves throughout her life.

Starring: Emily Blunt, Haley Bennett, Rebecca Ferguson

Mystery, Thriller, Rated 14A, 1 hour 53 minutes

Nightly @ 7:00 pm & 9:30 pm

Matinees Friday, Saturday & Sunday @ 1:00 pm & 3:30 pm

Sponsored By Rocky Cinemas

Posted: October 16

Meeting: Royal Canadian Legion

General Meeting for Nominations of Executive Committee

Tue, Nov 01, 2016

7:00 pm

Royal Canadian Legion: Veterans Hall, RMH

Sponsored By Royal Canadian Legion

Posted: October 15

App Coupons

Here are this week's App coupons.

Fri, Oct 14, 2016

Save them to your phone or download the app yourself  HERE

Promotion By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: October 15

Turkey Supper, Arbutus Hall

Annual Turkey Dinner

Fri, Nov 04, 2016

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Arbutus Hall



Kindergarten & under free

More Information


Posted: October 14

Barry & Michelle in Concert

Singer-Songwriter Concert

Fri, Nov 25, 2016

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Sprinkles, 4904 49th Avenue, RMH

Barry & Michelle in a crafted singer-songwriter concert in their own hometown.

Ivy Patterson will be opening.

Visit Barry's and Michelle's website.


Tickets are $20 General Admission, limited seats.

Tickets are $15 for current students of Barry or Michelle.

Purchase online

Sponsored By Barry & Michelle Patterson

Posted: October 14

Shred It Day, BBQ Fundraiser

Rocky Credit Union helps you to protect your personal information by shredding your documents

Thu, Oct 20, 2016

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Rocky Credit Union, Parking Lot

Rocky Credit Union is again holding its annual Shred it Day event. Protect your personal information by shredding it on site on Shred it Day.

All donations will and proceeds from the BBQ go to the ROAR Society.

Sponsored By Rocky Credit Union

Rent the hall for your next function www.dovercourthall.ca

Posted: October 14

Dovercourt Hall Halloween Family Dance

Family Halloween Fun
Dress up the whole family and enjoy an evening of dancing, visiting and candy bags for the kids :) Tickets ONLY $5; 2 and under FREE
This is a SOLD OUT event each year; tickets will not be available at the door.
Call Tracy @ 403.845.6850 or Emma 403.846.3662

Sat, Oct 22 - Sun, Oct 23, 2016

7:00 pm - 12:01 am

Dovercourt Community Hall, Dovercourt Community Hall

Event By Dovercourt Hall

Posted: October 13

Co-op Flyer!

Check out this week's Co-op Flyer!

Fri, Oct 14, 2016

Coop Shopping Center, Gas Bar & Home Supply Center

Download the flyer here.

Promotion By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: October 13

Master Builder Club

Join the library for a PD Day Master Builder Club!

Fri, Oct 21, 2016

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Rocky Public Library

Hands On Learning. Come play and learn with Lego!

All ages are welcome, however kids 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

For more information please call the Library at 403.845.2042.


Pre-Registration is required as space is limited. Call us today to sign up: 403.845.2042

Sponsored By Rocky Public Library

Posted: October 13

WOW: Zaheen Nanji, Rocky Mtn House

7 Habits of Resilient Entrepreneurs & Leaders

Thu, Nov 17, 2016

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Rocky Learning Centre, RMH

Sooner or later we all get curveballs. It happens to everyone.

At some point we all wind up with our backs against the wall and need to make a comeback.  So how do we do it?

Zaheen Nanji is a world renowed resilience expert and an entrepreneur. She teaches people and organizations how to

  • navigate change
  • bounce back from tough times in business
  • create resilient leaders and employees


Limited seats, register today.

$25.00 includes lunch

Purchase online at wow.wehub.info or call Michelle 403.895.1493

Sponsored By RABC

Posted: October 13

Pumpkin Carving Contest

Some Spooky Halloween Fun

Fri, Oct 21 - Thu, Oct 27, 2016

Rocky Public Library

Bring a carved pumpkin to the library between October 21-27 to be part of the libraries pumpkin carving contest. This event is open to all ages.

Judging will take place on Friday, October 28th. All Pumpkins must be picked up by 5:00 pm on Saturday, October 29th.

Please make sure that you get a number and fill out the entry sheet when bringing in your pumpkin.


Register for this program in person at the library or by calling 403-845-2042.

Sponsored By Rocky Public Library

Posted: October 12

Women Standing Together – Red Rose Campaign

A Commemoration of the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Tue, Dec 06, 2016

6:30 pm

Lou Soppit Community Centre

You are invited to attend the first “Women Standing Together – Red Rose Campaign” Event on December 6, 2016. A commemoration of the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.

Join women taking action to prevent domestic violence in our community. Listen to speakers, watch a video and then join the conversation.

Two Sisters Catering will be providing the snacks of cheese, crackers, and fruit with a chocolate fountain.


Women only, 18 +

Cost of tickets are $25.00 per person (each table will be provided with two bottles of wine).

Purchase tickets at Mountain Rose Women’s Shelter.

Sponsored By Mountain Rose Women’s Shelter

Posted: October 11

Movie: Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children

Rocky Cinemas: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy

Fri, Oct 14 - Thu, Oct 20, 2016

Rocky Cinema

Based on the novel by Ransom Riggs. A misfit boy (Asa Butterfield) discovers the truth behind the fantastic stories his grandfather (Terence Stamp) has been telling him all his life.

Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, PG-13, 2 hours 7 minutes

Nightly 3D 6:40 pm & 9:25 pm

Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday 2D @ 6:40 pm & 3D @ 9:25 pm

Matinees Saturday & Sunday 2D @ 12:40 pm & 3D @ 3:25 pm

Frightening Scenes, Violence, Not Recommended For Young Children 

Sponsored By Rocky Cinemas

Posted: October 11

Family Literacy October Newsletter

Fun activities for kids...

Announced By Rocky Learning Centre

Posted: October 11

October Newsletter Adult Literacy

What does it mean to be a Volunteer Tutor?

Download October Adult Literacy Newsletter here...

Announced By Rocky Learning Centre

Posted: October 8

Justine Vandergrift

Folk, Roots and Blues Artist

Fri, Oct 21, 2016

7:00 pm

The Music Shop

Justine Vandergrift’s clear, rich voice and finely-tuned song-craft bespeak an affinity with the likes of Patty Griffin, Bonnie Raitt, and Sarah Harmer, but her own brand of country soul has deeper roots than that, ones that dig into the hymns and folk songs of her central Alberta youth. 

Her three studio releases reveal a rare and irresistible knack for melody, and her new album Sailor (November 2015) represents a deepening of that artistry. Justine is like the old hymns she grew up with – even if you can’t quite put your finger on what makes them genuine and authentic, they are undeniably so.

Visit Justine's website.

Visit The Music Shop Concert Theatre Facebook Page.


Available in person at The Music Shop or Call 403.846.0049

Sponsored By The Music Shop Concert Theatre

Posted: October 7

Practical Nurse Program - Fall 2017

Practical Nurse 2-Year Diploma in ROCKY

Apply Now!  Register EARLY!!

RDC is open for online applications for PN at Rocky Mountain House coming FALL 2017.

Red Deer College

Call Rocky Learning Centre to help you with upgrading, pre-requisites, or any other questions about programming.

Announced By Rocky Learning Centre

Posted: October 6

Halloween Cabaret

The best party this side of Transylvania. Don your costume and bring your friends.

Sat, Oct 29, 2016

7:30 pm

Evergreen Hall

Doors Open: 7:30 pm, Dance Starts: 8:00 pm

Midnight Supper provided.

No Minors


$25 each   $40 per couple

Pre-purchase tickets by calling 

Kathy 403.512.5332, Darla 403.844.3201

Sponsored By Evergreen Community Club

Posted: October 5

Harvest Supper

David Thompson High School Graduating Class 2017

Thu, Oct 20, 2016

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Leslieville Community Hall

Turkey and Roast Beef.  Take-out orders available.


$12  Age 13 - Adult

$10  Seniors

$7    12 & Under

Free for preschoolers

Posted: October 4

Festival of Trees

Rocky's Tree Competition, Show & Auction

Sun, Nov 20 - Sat, Nov 26, 2016

Lou Soppit Community Centre

A week-long community celebration for the whole family:

Wander through the winter-wonderland of trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses decorated by local businesses and organizations.

Enjoy wagon rides, photos with the grinch, music & entertainment, snacks & beverages.

Entry forms for trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses available at Rainbow Ford.

More information will be announced as it becomes available.


Not-For-Profit Tree Entries: October 24th

Special Events

Tree Decorating Party

Father Daughter Dinner & Dance

Seniors' Christmas Luncheon

Chamber of Commerce Sip & Savour Taste Festivity


Christmas Concert

Mother Sun Brunch


Viewing, General Admission

Vote on your favorite entries in various categories.

Group Visits By Appointment

Sponsored By Kin Canada- Rocky Mountain House

Posted: October 4

Movie:Deepwater Horizon

Rocky Cinemas: Action, Drama, Thriller

Fri, Oct 07 - Thu, Oct 20, 2016

Rocky Cinema

A story set on the offshore drilling rig Deepwater Horizon, which exploded during April 2010 and created the worst oil spill in U.S. history.

Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, Douglas M. Griffin

Action, Drama, Thriller, Rated PG, 1 hour 47 minutes

Nightly at 6:50 pm & 9:30 pm

Matinees Saturday & Sunday 12:50 pm & 3:30 pm

Course language, not recommended for young children

Sponsored By Rocky Cinemas

Posted: October 3

Preparing For Retirement

A Four-Part Workshop

Tue, Oct 04, 2016

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Rocky Learning Center

A representative with Rocky Credit Union will be on hand to present retirement issues that might affect you. Come in and ask the questions for which you need answers!

October 4th: Setting the Stage for Retirement

Come and see what you can do now to ensure a successful retirement.

October 11: Government Retirement Benefits

Discover what benefits are available and how to apply for them.

October 18: Inheritance Tips

Learn how to set up your estate to be disbursed in a tax-efficient manner while ensuring equitable fairness for your beneficiaries.

October 25: Financial Exploitation of Seniors

Financial abuse of seniors is a growing concern. We will discuss what's happening, how to spot the signs and what to do about it.


$5 per session


Call 403.845.3276

Sponsored By Rocky Community Learning Council

Posted: September 29

Pumpkin Auction

Pumpkin Auction & Barbeque, Fundraiser

Sat, Oct 29, 2016

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

The Rock, 4304 - 54th Ave, RMH

Fundraiser for The Rock: a safe place for Rocky Mountain House youth to hang out and be mentored.

The Rock asks community organizations to envision, decorate, and create fantastical pumpkins.  On October 29th approximately 20 pumpkins will be sold in a silent auction to help with this great cause.

Pumpkin Creation Instructions

  • Do not carve or puncture the pumpkin as it will spoil
  • Be sure any paint is dry
  • Be sure decorations are securely fastened
  • Submit pumpkins no bigger than 16" * 16 " * 16" and easily carried by one person

More Information

If you would like to be involved or for more information please contact Scott Russell at sar.therock@gmail.com or 403-895-4976.

Sponsored By The Rock

Posted: September 28

Leslieville Christmas Market

Come out and support your local community

Sat, Nov 19, 2016

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Leslieville Community Centre

FREE Admission

Hot Lunch Available

To Book Tables

Brenna Knopp (403) 846-8268

Posted: September 28

Hospital Auxiliary Harvest Luncheon

Craft & Bake Sale

Thu, Oct 27, 2016

11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Presbyterian Church



Sponsored By Hospital Auxiliary

Posted: September 26

Regional Tourism Business Forum

Come together and discuss ways to grow the tourism industry in the Clearwater Region

Thu, Nov 03, 2016

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Lou Soppit Community Centre

An opportunity for all businesses that benefit from tourism to come together and discuss ways to grow the tourism industry in the Clearwater Region.

Hear speakers from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Travel Alberta, local businesses and local government.

Clearwater Regional Tourism Group consists of staff from the Village of Caroline, the Town of Rocky Mountain House, and Clearwater County, with representatives for local business from the Chambers of Commerce in Caroline, Nordegg, and Rocky Mountain House.


Registration Deadline: October 31, 2016

Register by e-mail at vic@rockychamber.org or call 403.845.5450

Sponsored By Clearwater Regional Tourism Group

Posted: September 25

Turkey Supper

Join us for a delicious turkey supper and have a visit with old friends!

Sat, Nov 05, 2016

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Dovercourt Community Hall


5 & Under Free
6 - 10 years  $7
11+ years   $13

More information


Event By Dovercourt Hall

Posted: September 25

Dovercourt Hall Christmas Market & Bake Sale

Pick up some great gifts for friends, family and yourself :)

Sat, Nov 19, 2016

Dovercourt Community Hall

Event By Dovercourt Hall

Posted: September 24

Kids DANCEPL3Y Instructor Training Course

Help Bring DANCEPL3Y to Kids in Our Community

Sat, Nov 26 - Sun, Nov 27, 2016

9:00 am

Christenson Sport and Wellness Centre

DANCEPL3Y is the fastest-growing curriculum-based dance program in North America.... and a training opportunity is coming to Rocky Mountain House!

Learn how to teach the world's most innovative and playful dance program - get certified and bring DANCEPL3Y to Kids at your local dance studio, fitness club, or community recreation center.

This training is for ANYONE, regardless of any dance background or fitness leadership certification, to learn how to lead this unique interactive physical activity experience. The training would be beneficial to teachers, physical activity leaders, fitness instructors, dance studios, youth group leaders, recreation program leaders...

Watch the DANCEPL3Y video here.

Visit DANCEPL3Y on Facebook.


Master Trainer, Tracy Lockwood


Saturday, November 26th, 9 am - 6 pm

Sunday, November 27th, 9am - 5 pm


$385 per person

Registration Deadline November 4th

Register online here

Sponsored By West Country PLAY Group

Posted: September 23

Roundtable: Tools Trends and Strategies

If you are a small business, join us for a free 1/2 day of professional development

Thu, Oct 20, 2016

8:00 am - 1:10 pm

Lou Soppit Community Centre, 4733-54 Ave, RMH

Small businesses and provide service to small business will take part in a 1/2 day of professional development. 

Business will gain insight into the services available to them. Service providers will directly network with businesses and all guests will participate in roundtable discussions aimed to better understand the current needs of Alberta business.

Along with the networking opportunity guests will hear presentations on Digital Marketing, and the BDC will share information on a Diversification Study from 2015.

A light breakfast, snack and lunch is provided.

Register Here.

Sponsored By Chamber of Commerce: Serving Clearwater County and Rocky Mountain House

Posted: September 23

November Lunch N Learn

Join us in the Subway Room with guest speaker Jim Eglisky M.P.

Thu, Nov 10, 2016

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Christenson Sports & Wellness Center (formerly Rocky Arena)

Providing an update from the federal government and addressing current issues from a federal perspective.

Please RSVP by Monday November 7, 2016

Call 403-845-5450

Event By Chamber of Commerce

Posted: September 22

Alive and Kicking is Here October 27!

Come to Rocky Learning Centre for tickets now! 403.845.3276

Stay tuned for our exciting line-up of guest speakers and entertainment.

Announced By Rocky Learning Centre

Posted: September 20

Dog Olympics


Sat, Oct 22, 2016

10:30 am - 6:00 pm

Bingley Hall,10 minutes east of Rocky on Hi 12

Come and join the fun at K9 Worx First Annual Dog Olympics!

There will be 13 different events that you can enter with your K9 best friend to compete in, or just have a fun day with your dog! 

Silent auction, raffles and prizes throughout the day! 

Don't miss the Halloween Dress-Up Contest!

All proceeds will be donated to  German Shepherd Rescue of Alberta.


  • Longest STAY
  • You Betta' Leave It
  • Musical Hoops
  • Ball Lottery
  • D-O-G Game
  • Dog Limbo
  • Telephone
  • Going For Pairs
  • Marathon Down
  • Par For the Course
  • Pup at Heart Relay
  • Temptation Tower
  • Halloween Dress-Up Contest

Registration and Tickets

$60 per dog for all events, or $10 per event

Deadline October 8th

Register Here

More Information


Event Facebook Page

Sponsored By K9 Worx

Posted: September 20

Family Fantasy Gala

Masks and Tiaras

Fri, Oct 28, 2016

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Lou Soppit Community Centre, 4733 54th Ave, RMH

Grab your Masks & Tiaras for a Family Fantasy Gala!

Come celebrate Wild Rose Montessori Child Care's 10th Birthday with crafts, games, face-painting, and dancing the night away with your favourite superheroesand princesses! All ages welcome!


$25 Child or Adult

$45 Child and Adult

$180 Table of 8

Purchase online at Eventbrite or at Wild Rose Montessori Child Care

More Information


Sponsored By Wild Rose Montessori Child Care

Posted: September 19

WOW Networking Lunch: Rocky

Networking for Professional and Entrepreneurial Women

Fri, Oct 21, 2016

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Rocky Community Learning Centre, 4934 50 St, RMH

This is the place for professional and entrepreneurial women with a passion for business and leadership to:

  • Build valuable business connections
  • Share best practices
  • Promote your business
  • Engage in building each other up and building confidence in business and in life


$25 includes lunch

Limited Seats! Register today at wow.wehub.info

Sponsored By Rural Alberta Business Centre

Posted: September 13

Chronic Disease Workshops

Take control of your health and improve your quality of life

Thu, Sep 22, 2016

9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Primary Care Network, 5127 - 49 St, RMH

Residents living with a chronic disease are invited to attend Better Choices Better Health, a series of six workshops designed to support you in living with ongoing health conditions, including

  • diabetes
  • heart disease
  • arthritis
  • high blood pressure
  • obesity
  • chronic pain
  • fibromyalgia
  • Crohn's disease
  • colitis
  • Celiac disease
  • mental health issues

Sessions every Thursday, September 22nd to October 27th.

Sessions led by trained volunteers, many of whom live with a chronic disease. This ensures an understanding of the challenges you face and provides a supportive and welcoming environment.

This workshop teaches tools and techniques common to all chronic conditions, rather than any specific disease or condition.


Required, as dates & times subject to change. 

Call 1.877.314.6997

Sponsored By Primary Care Network, RMH

Posted: September 11

Christmas Is on the Way Market

Get a start on your Christmas list

Sat, Nov 19, 2016

10:00 am

Ferrier Community Hall

Up to 20 or more home based businesses, crafters plus a concession all under one roof. 

Come check it out and see what's on offer to help get those Christmas gifts started and out of the way. It is always a great idea to shop local and help support those businesses around you.

  • Tupperware
  • Just A Click Away Photography
  • Youniquic
  • Steeped Tea
  • Du North Designs
  • Thirty One
  • Tiber At Home
  • Usborne Books

Posted: September 9

Take Me Outside Day

Are You In or Are You Out?

Wed, Oct 26, 2016

Take Me Outside Day, in partnership with The Child and Nature Alliance of Canada, is an opportunity for schools across Canada and around the world to show the importance of getting outside. It’s a day to support education extending beyond four walls and a desk!

Join over 200,000 students and teachers across Canada and around the world who are helping to raise awareness of the importance of unplugging and spending more time outside.

Visit the Take Me Outside Day Website.

Sponsored By Child & Nature Alliance

Posted: September 8

Al-Anon Family Group Meeting

When you don't know where to turn... because someone drinks too much...

Mon, Sep 12, 2016

7:30 am

Memorial Presbyterian Church (Back Door), 5108-50th Ave,RMH

Worried about how much someone drinks? Money problems because of someone else's drinking?

Anxious? Frustrated? Desperate? Helpless? Discouraged? Stressed?

At the end of your rope?

More Information


Sponsored By Al-Anon

Posted: September 7

Dueling Piano's

Direct from Las Vegas

Sat, Nov 05, 2016

Lou Soppit Community Centre

Featuring Van Walraven and Lark Knowles... Battle of the Sexes!

Doors open at 7 pm, Show at 8 pm


$40 each or $350 for a table of 10

Call 403.845.2033

Show sells out fast. Call today.

Adult Content - must be 18 +

Sponsored By West Country Family Service Association

Posted: August 25

Alive & Kicking

Wellness Conference: A fun day about living well

Thu, Oct 27, 2016

9:00 am - 2:30 pm

Please plan to attend this Wellness Conference. It's a fun day about living long and well.

Doors open: 8:30 am

Celebrating our Past, Present and Future

  • Presentations
  • Exercise Breaks
  • Displays
  • Door Prizes
  • Continental breakfast & lunch provided



Available from Rocky Community Learning Council or committee members

More Information


Sponsored By Rocky Community Learning Council

Posted: August 1

Christmas Festival of Music

A Ray of Hope

Wed, Dec 14 - Thu, Dec 15, 2016

7:00 pm

Lou Soppit Community Centre

More Information

Bobbie-Jo Douglas  403.844.4850

Alita Hermary  403.845.5016

Sponsored By Northern Crossing Music & Drama Society

Posted: July 30

MLM Power Hour

Networking & Mentoring for Direct Sales Businesses

Tue, Nov 01, 2016

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

The Rocky Library Conference Room

Connect, Learn and Thrive in your direct sales business by attending this monthly networking and mentoring event lead by MLM Business Coach & Mentor Rema McCrae.


Only 15 spots available for each event!  Register online at WeHub.


Tuesday, October 4th: Networking   $25

Tuesday, November 1st: Mentoring   $35
       "Creating a Sales Explosion" 

Tuesday, December 6th: Networking $25

Sponsored By Your Link to Success & WOW!

Posted: July 30

MLM Power Hour

Networking & Mentoring for Direct Sales Businesses

Tue, Dec 06, 2016

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

The Rocky Library Conference Room

Connect, Learn and Thrive in your direct sales business by attending this monthly networking and mentoring event lead by MLM Business Coach & Mentor Rema McCrae.


Only 15 spots available for each event!  Register online at WeHub.


Tuesday, October 4th: Networking   $25

Tuesday, November 1st: Mentoring   $35
       "Creating a Sales Explosion" 

Tuesday, December 6th: Networking $25

Sponsored By Your Link to Success & WOW!

Posted: May 19

Take the GED at Rocky Learning Centre

Take the GED Test at the Rocky Learning Centre

Starting September 2016, you can schedule to write the GED Test at the Rocky Learning Centre.

Who can apply to write?

Anyone who is 18 years of age or older and has been out of school for more than 10 consecutive months can register to write the GED exam.

How do I apply to write the GED Exam?

Request a GED test application form from Rocky Learning Centre staff.

Fill in all information. Be sure to check the date you wish to write the exam. There is a maximum of 6 seats available.

Submit your application and $200 registration fee to Rocky Learning Centre before the application deadline.

Application and fee may be submitted in two ways:

? In person at Rocky Learning Centre. We accept Cash, debit, or credit card payment.

4934-50 St. (Old Provincial Building on Main Street)

? By mail. We accept money order or bank draft.

Rocky Learning Centre

Box 2037

Rocky Mountain House, AB

T4T 1B5

Please Note:

? Payment and registration must be received two weeks before requested test date.

? If your desired test date is full will you be able to change testing to a future date.

? Seats are offered on a first come first serve basis. Apply in advance to ensure your desired test date is available.

? Make money orders payable to Rocky Community Learning Council

? Examination fee is non-refundable.

How can I prepare for the test?

Rocky Learning Centre offers GED Prep courses free of charge in partnership with Academic Express and funding provided by Alberta Advanced Education. Please stop by the office for course dates and other information.

Rocky Learning Centre has GED Study Guides in stock and are sold individually for $25. If you purchase a study guide through a bookstore or online it should be a “Canadian Edition” and more recent than 2002.

Rocky Learning Centre Schedule for GED Exams:

2016 Test Dates:

? September 21-22

? October 19-20

? November 23-24

? December 14-15

Test Times:

Day One:

? 5:00pm - 6:05pm Test 1: Language Arts Reading (65 minutes)

? 6:15pm - 7:35pm Test 2: Science (80 minutes)

? 7:45pm - 8:55pm Test 3: Social Studies (70 minutes)

Day Two:

? 5:00pm - 6:30pm Test 4: Mathematics (90 minutes)

? 6:40pm - 8:40pm Test 5: Language Arts Writing (120 minute)


? You must arrive at least 30 minutes prior to test start time.

? Photo ID must be shown when you arrive on test day.

? All applicants who have been accepted will receive a confirmation via email and phone prior to your test date.

? When your exam is completed you will receive information on how to obtain your test results. Candidates who successfully pass their GED exam will receive a certificate from Alberta learning 4-5 weeks after the writing dates.

? During Part 1 of the Mathematics test you will be allowed to use the calculator issued to you. No other references or resources will be allowed.

For more information on the GED exams, contact Lisa Matchett at info@rockyclc.ab.ca or 403.845.3276.

Announced By Rocky Learning Centre

Posted: May 9

What is a community adult learning program?

I often try to let others know what I do but coming up with some great explanation...here is a wonderful video to show you what the community adult learning program (CALP) is all about!

When I am asked what I do, I answer "I coordinate programs geared toward adult learners.  Everything from basic reading and writing all the way up to post-secondary planning and programs."  That is a lot to take in!  That is a lot to do. 

Every person that walks through our door has a different story, a different skill set and is on a different learning path.  

Here is where the planning happens.  Here is my support team and a quick run down of the outcomes we are trying to achieve in order to help the adult learners in our communities succeed.


Blog Post By Rocky Learning Centre

Posted: March 31

It's Official!

Rocky Learning Centre is now a GED Test Site!

Rocky Learning Centre is an Official GED Test Site!  

You will be able to write the GED Test in our classroom this Fall starting in September.  We are scheduling the test writing once a month from September to December.  

"What if I only need to write one of the GED subjects, like Math?"

You will be able to write the GED subject that you need.

"What happens if I don't pass the first one?"

You can re-write the Full GED test or re-write the subject you need.

"What are the costs to write the GED test?"

$200 / Full Test includes 5 subjects (Language Arts/Writing; Math; Social Studies, Science, Language Arts/Reading)

$50 / Subject (First time & re-write)

$150 / Re-write Full Test

Blog Post By Rocky Learning Centre

Posted: February 29

March Healthy Eating Challenge

Who will win our Healthy Eating Challenge?

Our office team is participating in Alberta Health Services' Healthy Eating Challenge for the month of March.

Some of us will have a much easier time sticking to the challenge than others.  But that is the way a challenge usually works, isn't it?  

Each week there is a different theme about eating more vegetables, filling up on fibre, rethinking your drink and holding the salt.  Most of these are things that we know we should be doing each day but this challenge will encourage us to be a little more mindful about healthy eating.

Each person will earn points for completing challenges throughout the week.  Challenge Activities include:

  • Try one new vegetable or fruit if you have tried them all, try one on your 
    "dislike" list.
  • Fill half your plate with vegetables at both lunch and supper.  
  • Add beans and lentils to salads, spaghetti sauces, casseroles or soups.
  • Bring a water bottle to work and stay hydrated through the workday.
  • Reduce cream and sugar in your tea or coffee.
  • Hold the mustard, ketchup, BBQ sauce and pickles.

We are looking forward to getting our challenge underway.  

Who will win? Mona, Jana, Pat, Lisa or Monique?

And the prize!  The best part.  Whoever has the most points at the end of the Healthy Eating Challenge will have 4 specialty coffees bought for them by the end of June.  


Blog Post By Rocky Learning Centre

Mona Crocker

Posted: February 28

Great News

Health Care Aide and Heavy Equipment Operator Certificate Programs coming this Fall.

Two great Colleges coming to Rocky to deliver local programs to local people:

Health Care Aide Certificate program will be offered by NorQuest College:   
  • Part-time (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday evenings and two Saturdays per month)
  • Location: Rocky Mountain House
  • Duration: October 11, 2016 - June 15, 2017

Learn More (.pdf)


Heavy Equipment Operator Certificate program will be offered by Olds College:
  • Fall dates to be announced
  • Full time (Monday-Friday) 
  • Location:  Rocky Mountain House

Learn More (.pdf)

Everyone interested in taking these programs should attend the information sessions.  You will learn more about the programs, requirements, how to register, when to register, and your future.

Information sessions on Tuesday, April 12 at 6:30 p.m. (Health Care Aide) and 7:15 p.m. (Heavy Equipment Operator).  

Call to register:403.845.3276

Blog Post By Rocky Learning Centre

Posted: September 25

Thank you Husky Energy

Husky Spring Swing Donation

A great big thank you to Husky Energy for choosing Rocky Learning Centre (RLC) as one of the recipient organizations for this summer's Husky Spring Swing (July 2015). RLC will be using the donation for the purchase of new laptop computers, software, and portable projectors.

Thank you to our #1 volunteer, Agnes Rieder, for spending a good part of May, June, and July in the pursuit of prize donations for the event.  RLC's staff, board members, and friends enjoyed a great day on the course watching for, but not seeing any hole-in-ones.

Blog Post By Rocky Learning Centre

Posted: September 7

Fall Program Schedule!

Our Fall Program list is posted. Please call the Rocky Learning Centre if you wish to register for upcoming classes 403-845-3276.

See full size schedule and print.

Announced By Rocky Learning Centre

Posted: September 5

Halloween Haunted House

Ages 3 - 12

Mon, Oct 31, 2016

Lou Soppit Community Centre

Treat Bags for all survivors!

Ages 3 - 7

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Ages 8 - 12

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm



Posted: August 20

Fit for Canning

Not all food is created equal. Some food will not work for canning, but you can store almost anything in jars. The historic Mason jar offers plenty of options to use for yourself or to give as gifts. Check them out.

Find out more HERE

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: August 19

Smart Light Bulbs

These Wifi controlled lights are very sci-fi but very cool. Turn lights on and off and control the colour and intensity of the light from the free app on your phone!

Find out more HERE

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: August 17

Getting Ready for Back to School

There’s soccer practice and music lessons. You stayed late to finish a project at work. And everybody’s hungry. How do you manage to prepare nutritious and healthy meals for your family? Check out great tips to help keep your family organized for back to school.

There’s soccer practice and music lessons. You stayed late to finish a project at work. And everybody’s hungry. How do you manage to prepare nutritious and healthy meals for your family?

“I start Saturday by looking at the week’s schedule,” said Co-op employee Debbie Unick. “I determine how much time I have to prepare a meal each night, who will be home and who can help in the kitchen.”

With two teenaged boys, Debbie has two large calendars in the kitchen – one for activities and one for meals. She has a list of standard recipes, but seeks inspiration from flyers and family members. After matching meals to fit their schedules, she makes her grocery list to ensure she has the ingredients she needs.

“If you do nothing else but this step, I guarantee it will be easier,” she said. “I hated coming home, walking in the door and having that dreaded ‘what’s for supper’ feeling and then looking in the fridge to see what I could make in 30 minutes.”

Debbie completes most meal preparation on Sunday. She chops vegetables en masse so only assembly is required for most parts of meals during the week. She also prepares larger meals on the weekend like turkey or lasagna that can be used as part of another meal – turkey for sandwiches, soup or pot pie – or simply reheated at a later date.

Debbie's Tips:

Make a list with your family’s favourite foods, frozen meals and slow cooker meals. When you’re in a slump, you’ll have something to refer to.

Invest in labels to identify the containers needed to assemble daily meals.

Use a separate bowl for waste/compost when prepping meals to prevent trips to the garbage and help with cleanup.

Not as organized as Debbie? That’s OK. Every family has different schedules and needs. Find something that works for you.

Start small and simple. Use the following tips to help break those ‘I’m hungry’ and ‘What’s for supper?’ statements.

Meal Planning:

Discover new recipes online as well as in flyers, magazines and cookbooks. Give it a rating.

Host a theme night once a month to experience flavours from around the world.

Organize Fun Friday with meals that have a playful component – building, dipping and rolling.

Make a meal plan based on cooking two or three ‘new’ meals per week, using leftovers in a new way.

Involve the whole family in meal planning, mixing individual favourites and new food experiences.

Cook breakfast for supper. Eggs are a quick and nutritious protein and form the base for breakfast sandwiches, omelets and scramblers.

Meal Preparation:

Precut and package vegetables to use in meals throughout the week.

Pick one day to prep meals for the entire week.

Cook your protein in advance if possible.

Cooked chicken breast can be reheated for lunches or made into chicken salad for sandwiches.

Boil a dozen eggs for a quick breakfast or salad topper.

Tonight’s dinner is tomorrow’s lunch - prep extra veggies for a mason jar salad.

Save time by preparing and freezing ingredients once a month, thawing in the refrigerater the night before. Great for stir-fry or crockpot meals.

Cheat on your homemade meals, not everything has to be from scratch. It’s okay to buy meal components – flatbreads, sauces and even burgers – to save time.

Snacks to Go:

Bake a large batch of muffins and freeze. Defrost and serve as needed.

Slice and freeze fruit in single serve packs. Combine fruit, yogurt and juice or milk in the blender for a quick smoothie.

Create individual servings of fruit, vegetables, nuts or trail mix for a quick snack.

Find out more HERE

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: August 11

Recycling: Doing our Part

Canadians drank 2.4 billion litres of bottled water in 2014. That’s not only a lot of water, that’s a lot of plastic bottles. Fortunately, these bottles can be recycled into building materials, electronics, textiles or even – no surprise – new water bottles.

The blue-tinted bottles – recycled polyethylene terephthalate (rPET) to be specific – are produced and filled in Western Canada. Recycled bottles are sorted by colour, shredded into flakes to create resins which are then used to create new bottles.

According to the National Association of PET Container Resources (NAPCOR), recycling this plastic conserves raw materials and uses 84% less energy, resulting in 71% lower greenhouse gas emissions. That’s enough to power 300 households for a year and to take 240 cars off the road for every 1,000 tons of PET recycled instead of landfilled.

Co-op is using the 100% recycled bottles in 1 L Carbonated Water, 12 x 500 mL, 24 x 500 mL and 12 x 710 mL cases.

Find out more HERE

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: August 5

Sustainable Seafood

Co-op is committed to Sustainable Seafood. Sustainable seafood is fish or shellfish that is caught or farmed in ways that consider the long-term viability of harvested populations and the ocean's health and ecological integrity.


Something different is happening at British Columbia’s West Creek Aquaculture.

Having already produced a plant fertilizer made from the water where the fish live, West Creek Aquaculture has turned its attention to aquaponics — growing plants in the stuff.

This is, of course, an aside to their main gig, raising salmon and trout in confined facilities in Vancouver’s lower mainland. What’s exceptional is that West Creek Aquaculture’s farm is many kilometres away from the ocean.

“Rather than trying to be a hyper, mega, global salmon producer, we produce what we can grow comfortably. The fish are healthy and the product is great,” said West Creek Aquaculture owner Don Read.


If you’ve visited a Co-op Food Store, there’s a good chance you’ll see fish from West Creek Aquaculture. It didn’t end up there by accident. With shoppers showing growing concern about the environmental impact of fisheries — which commonly farm Atlantic salmon in the ocean along the West Coast — a demand developed for more sustainable alternatives. West Creek Aquaculture responded by developing the country’s first salmon raised on land.

“We didn’t want to do Atlantic salmon. We felt that we are in the Pacific and in Western Canada. It just didn’t make sense to us,” said Read. “We are the only people in Canada that are producing Coho salmon on land for consumers.”

Grown in fresh water tanks, without antibiotics or growth hormones, West Creek Aquaculture’s farm eliminates the concerns raised about open ocean salmon farming. The fish can’t escape, possibly harming wild populations, and no waste is introduced into the ocean.

Kurtis Hayne from SeaChoice, a collection of four conservation organizations that helps shoppers identify sustainable seafood through a rating and labelling system, believes there are still misconceptions about sustainable seafood.

“One of the big connections a lot of people make is that farmed seafood is unsustainable, which is not the case,” said Hayne. “We have a lot of very good examples of very sustainable farmed seafood.”


West Creek Aquaculture’s forward approach to raising sustainable fish has been noticed. West Creek Pacific Coho salmon are recognized by Ocean Wise and SeaChoice as a best choice for sustainably produced seafood.

“It’s an exciting time to see that the consumer demand has helped to create a market for these innovative solutions that are addressing these big problems,” said Lana Gunnlaugson of SeaChoice.

SeaChoice ranks and recommends products based on how they are farmed, giving higher rankings for suppliers that factor in the long-term viability of the harvested populations and the ocean’s health. Seafood and fisheries can be given a poor ranking for overusing chemicals and antibiotics, destroying habitat, releasing waste into the environment and extensively using wild fish for feed.

Co-op has used the SeaChoice ranking and labelling system through its Reel in the Solution program since 2012. Since partnering with SeaChoice, Co-op has stopped selling fresh and frozen blue marlin, yellowfin tuna, barramundi, Atlantic cod, Chilean sea bass and other seafood that received the lowest ranking.

Last year, over two thirds of fresh and frozen seafood products sold at Co-op Food Stores carried a positive ranking. With the introduction of new Selva shrimp and Coho salmon products, shoppers have more sustainable seafood options.

“There’s not really any golden rule for sustainable seafood, whether it’s imported or local, wild or farmed. All have sustainable options,” said Hayne.

to find out more about sustainable seafood click HERE

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: July 26

Local Produce: The Cucumber Man

Want to learn about the local Albertan farmer behind many of Co-op's fresh, local produce? Meet the cucumber man!

Don’t be fooled by the name. The Cucumber Man delivers more than its namesake vegetable.

Not only does The Cucumber Man produce long English and mini cucumbers but 12 different varieties of tomatoes, sweet long Ramiro peppers, basil and butter lettuce.

“We wanted to get away from generic – beefsteak and vine (tomatoes) – which are your largest volume seller,” said co-owner Rick Wagenaar. “We wanted to create a line of Cucumber Man specialty products. We’re experimenting with that all the time.”

Vine-ripened produce from the Redcliff, Alta., operation are picked, packaged and in Co-op stores quickly – in some cases within 24 to 30 hours – to ensure freshness and quality.

“The taste and flavour is dictated by the sun, feeding program and how long it hangs on that plant,” Wagenaar explained. “The longer I keep that tomato on that plant, the bigger the taste.”

And he sees huge opportunity in being a local provider of sustainable, local, fresh and diverse product.


Wagenaar didn’t grow up on a farm, although his grandfather did have a dairy farm. When his family moved to Medicine Hat, Wagenaar worked in landscaping with stints in a local greenhouse. He liked the idea of being self-employed and the lifestyle the greenhouse business provided.

So in 1986, the 21-year-old bought a local operation using seed money from his brother-in-law. He built his seasonal business from six greenhouses that were 17,000 square feet in his back yard to three acres and nine employees.

“We were growing, but I saw a need for us to make a vast change of direction,” Wagenaar said.

Instead of being involved in every aspect of the operation, Wagenaar wanted to steer the company. So he sold his operation in 2006 and took a year to plan his next move. In one venture, he partnered with his brother-in-law and nephew, Albert and Ryan Cramer, to build a 15-acre greenhouse south of Medicine Hat for year-round production.

In a separate venture, Wagenaar partnered with Wayne Stigter and began acquiring other greenhouses in the area, including The Cucumber Man from Alf van Dam – whose father-in-law peddled cucumbers in Calgary going back to 1968. This would become the brand of the new business.


“When I started, it was about local,” he recalled. “The world got smaller….Everything is attainable just about anywhere.”

Wagenaar’s ventures are still family-based businesses – two of his four sons are now working with him – but he had to grow and specialize in order to compete.

He said the partnership with Co-op has enabled them to experiment with varieties, some they haven’t grown for 20 years.

“We grew these varieties when price wasn’t an issue. The budget forced us to grow tomatoes a little differently,” Wagenaar said. “Co-op has afforded us the opportunity to go back into the archives and look at things we used to do.”

Wagenaar’s passion is evident. He measures success by his nearly three decades in the industry. Even still, the work he’s doing today – ever since the direction change in 2006 – has renewed his love for the business.

“We’re not erasing what we did,” he said. “It brought us to where we are today.”

Find out more about local produce HERE 

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

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Posted: July 24

Events in Calendar View

Did You Know? You can see WeHub events in calendar view...

To see upcoming events in calendar view, choose 'Events' from the main menu. Then click on 'View' and choose 'Calendar' from the options.

Posted: July 22

Put A Lid On Your Canning Fears

Does the thought of canning make you nervous? Put a lid on your canning fears with these easy steps.

Check out more at http://crs.coopconnection.ca/coopfood-putalidonit.html

Canning has come a long way since Aunt Edna’s beets and beans. The process is experiencing a renaissance today that is producing both the best classics and new combinations in small-batch boutique home productions.

“There are some misconceptions that canning is difficult,” said Emerie Brine, Bernardin’s Chef and Brand Manager. “One of the greatest fears people have is preserving food in a manner that is unsafe for consumption.”

Any food preparation requires care and attention. Follow tested recipes and canning processes, and you will only have to worry about how to enjoy the fruits of your labour.


Canning involves some science; you cannot just preserve your favourite recipe or introduce new ingredients. So start simple with classics like strawberry jam or dill pickles. From there, explore recipes like salsas, chutneys and stews. The recipe will ultimately determine the canning process: freezer, boiling water canning or pressure canning.

Check out these great canning recipes.


Whether purchasing your ingredients or heading outside your own backdoor to your garden, when sourcing ingredients you want to use the best, freshest, blemish free produce. Looking for locally grown ingredients will help you achieve this goal offering the freshest and tastiest of flavours. It is also important to consider the seasonality of your ingredients to ensure the best flavours and help you time your canning efforts. Keeping these tips in mind when sourcing ingredients will ensure the best results when showing off the fruits of your labour!


Avoid jars with nicks, cracks or uneven rims that may prevent sealing or lead to breakage. Also avoid glass lids with rubber rings. Health Canada recommends using self-sealing lids and not reusing old lids, even if they appear in good condition.


Lay out all the equipment and ingredients. Ensure all fruits and vegetables are washed and all equipment and countertops are sterilized. Follow these simple steps to preserving. It is important to note, cooking times may vary by elevation. If you’re still hesitant, work with someone who’s done it before or organize a canning party with friends and family.

While an intact seal means food will keep indefinitely, for best quality, consume canned food within one year. With fresh ingredients and innovative recipes, though, it will be a challenge for it all to last that long!

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: July 21

Canning 101

Do you want to do some canning this year but don't know where to start, we can help!

You can get more tips and recipes at http://crs.coopconnection.ca/coopfood-canning.html


1. Select and review your favourite recipe. The recipe determines the canning method: freezer, waterbath canning or pressure canning.

2. Gather your ingredients. Do not substitute ingredients as it may impact results.

3. Clean all tools, jars, lids and workspaces with hot soapy water, rinsing well. Keep jars warm until they are ready to use.

4. Prepare the recipe and fill jars, removing any food from the rims. Centre the lid and twist on the band, not overly tight as air must escape during canning.

Process as per the recipe’s directions, which differ by method. If using waterbath or pressure methods, press on the centre of the lid when jars have been removed and cooled. If the jar is sealed, the lid will not flex up or down.

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: July 16

Co-op Supports Local Farmers

Your Co-op supports local farmers, ranchers and manufacturers who grow, raise and produce our food.

Find out more at the link below.


Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: July 15

Have YOU made the switch?

LED's represent the most profound advancement in lighting technology since the invention of the incandescent lightbulb. Making the switch to LED lightbults in your home is the single fastest and easiest way to see a significant energy savings in your home!

Click HERE to see more benefits of switching to LED lighting.

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: July 10

How to defeat Burger Boredom

Just in time for the weekend, we're serving up some tasty burger tips and tricks.

Click HERE for ideas to spice up your burgers.

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: July 9


Whether you are celebrating a graduation, a wedding, or just a beautiful summer evening fireworks are sure to make your party a blast! With the help of the following tips and guidelines you can treat your guests to an outstanding fireworks show!

Check out our tips and guidelines for safe and beautiful fireworks!

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: July 8

Sheds 101

Need help picking the perfect shed? We will help you narrow it down!

Is your backyard and garage crowded with scattered hoses, gardening tools, lawn equipment and patio furniture? Now is the time to invite style, beauty and storage to your outdoor living space! A storage shed will provide you with a solution to your storage problems and a new and attractive backyard accessory. (Plus you know it will make your neighbor jealous of your awesome shed)

Finding the right shed involves more than just picking your favourite one. We have put together a list of the key factors to consider before making a decision.


Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: June 28

Weekend Projects

Another weekend, another project. Find what you need for your home at your local Co-op Home Centre.

Another weekend, another project. Find what you need for your home at your local Co-op Home Centre.


Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: June 25

The Perfect Grill

Nothing says summer quite like grilling all your favorite foods on a brand new barbecue. Get the perfect grill at your local Co-op Home Centre. Let us help you pick the perfect one!

Can't decide? Look HERE to check out some of our popular models, or better yet, come in and let us help you choose the perfect grill.

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: June 22

WeHub Welcomes Rocky Co-op

Rocky Co-op uses the WeHub platform

Rocky Co-op is now using WeHub to communicate with the local community.

Watch for their sales, contests and other specials in our Local Shopping section.

.... or, visit the Co-op's main website.

Posted: June 16

Outdoor Living

Get ready for summer outdoor projects! With spring cleaning out of the way, summer months are the ideal time for yard upgrades! Creating a backyard retreat is made easy with help from your Rocky Co-op Home Center.

Find out more about how we can help HERE.

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: June 1

Co-op Fair Trade

Fair trade is a different way of doing business. It's about making principles of fairness and decency mean something in the marketplace. Your local Co-op is proud to bring you a variety of products that are Fairtrade certified.

Find out more here!

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: June 1

Lawn Care 101

Spring has sprung and the grass is green...at least, it should be. Check out our tips to maintaining a healthier, greener lawn.

Check out tips here:  http://crs.coopconnection.ca/home13.html

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Posted: May 8

Trading Post Gift Ideas

Gift ideas for everyone.

Come to the Trading Post. With movie night Wednesday we're open at 9 pm and daily from 10-5. Come check out our stock...for the fisherman, desk job, nature enthusiast and something fun; amongst some ideas!

Blog Post By Confluence Heritage Society

Posted: May 4

WeHub Welcomes Rocky REA

Rocky REA Launches New Responsive Website

REA members and the general public are invited to visit their new site at www.rockyrea.com.

Volunteer at Concession on Canada Day

Posted: April 30

Volunteers are Critical to Our Success

Thanks to the Canada Day concession volunteers

Many thanks to the volunteers who came out to help us with the Concession. This has been a fundraiser for us for many years. The money raised helps with our summer programs.

Blog Post By Confluence Heritage Society

Posted: April 29

WeHub Welcomes Pinkwater Canada

Pinkwater Canada launches new website

Pinkwater Canada distributes hydrocarbon mitigation agents across Western Canada. 

Check out their website at www.pinkwatercanada.ca.

Posted: April 20

Co-op Community Spaces Funding

Up to $100,000 available for your community project. Deadline May 15th.

Don't forget the funding deadline on May 15th, 2015.    Funds are available for urban and rural areas.

If your group isn't non-profit, why don't you think about collaborating with a non-profit group that's already established?  Our community could have a beautiful new green space.

What is "Co-op Community Spaces"?

Co-op Community Spaces has been developed to help protect, beautify and improve spaces across Western Canada. In keeping with our ongoing commitment to invest in the communities we serve, Co-op will contribute up to $1 million annually to help support projects that improve the places Canadians meet, play, learn and share.

Community Spaces Funding Categories

  • Recreation
  • Environmental Conservation
  • Urban Agriculture

Application deadline: May 15th, 2015

More details, online application.

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Co-op

Mayor Fred Nash shows off the exhibit

Posted: February 11

Barbed Wire Exhibit Memories

Memory Lane: Many dignitaries gathered for the opening of the Barbed Wire Exhibit

L to R in photo, Bill Symko, Town of Rocky Mountain House, Ken Qually, donor, Mayor Fred Nash, Volunteer Lawrence Stewart, unknown, Rocky Museum President Joyce Brown, Dick Wymenga, Clearwater County, and Reeve Pat Alexander.

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Museum

Glacier School gets a new location, 2003

Posted: February 11

Remembering the Glacier School

Nostalgic photo of the Glacier School getting a new home

In the photo: Gordon Lea, volunteer, on the left wearing a plaid jacket.  Brian Mazza with the camera.  Joyce Brown, President, in front of the school.  Barb Richardson, Treasurer, on the right.

Blog Post By Rocky Mountain House Museum

Posted: December 31

Victim Services Advocate

The Rocky and District Victim Services Unit is presently looking for Victim Advocates. Please contact the Unit for information regarding this position.

Wed, Feb 10 - Fri, Feb 10, 2017

Minimum Age: 18 years

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