Groups and Organizations
The Town of Indian Head offers a high quality of life with a variety of educational, sport, recreational and cultural activities and opportunities.
For more information on available programs, groups and organizations contact the Community Development Office.
A number of committees, groups and service clubs undertake worthwhile work in our community covering areas from acute support services, to culture, community transport services, sports and recreation. All these volunteer initiatives bring huge value to the community by contributing to our overall quality of life. For a complete list of organizations please refer to our Business and Services Directory.
691 HAWK Squadron Royal Canadian Air Cadets is a community based program for youth aged 12-18 interested in participating in a variety of fun, challenging, and rewarding activities and making new friends. There is no cost to participate.
The Bell Barn Society of Indian Head was formed in 2006 specifically to ensure that the Bell Barn, in imminent danger of total collapse, would be saved and rebuilt to its original design. The board includes members from across Canada and the United States. Monthly meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday in the loft of the reconstructed Bell Barn during the summer, and in the RM of Indian Head Council Chamber during colder weather.
If you would like to join the Board, become an advisor, or provide a Tax Deductible donation please contact their Secretary or visit the Bell Barn Society website for more information.
The Indian Head Communities in Bloom Committee (CIB) have been active since 2005 competing annually in Communities in Bloom a Canadian beautification program that provides information, education and recognition by awarding Bloom Ratings for achievement in floral displays, landscapes, turf and groundcover, urban forestry, community involvement, heritage conservation, environmental awareness and tidiness.
The CIB committee has been fortunate to have many partnerships and years of cooperation with the citizens of Indian Head. Completed projects include: the Walker Memorial, Grad Park, Leo's Place and the Bell Memorial on Grande Avenue. The Veteran's Rose garden, Healing Garden and Royal Bank of Canada Flower Bed are examples of successful community partnerships. As gardeners go, the CIB committee has many 'growing' ideas for the future!
CIB's Drought Friendly Planting Brochure
Established to support CIB efforts this fund is accepted through the Town office and managed by CIB directors for public property projects. Your gift to The Fund is considered an expression of gratitude to the community and benefits present and future generations.
Individuals, families, organizations, service clubs, businesses or corporations can participate in CIB activities through the Endowment Fund by presenting a:
- One time gift or pledge of money
- Multi-year pledge
- Gift in memory of a relative or friend
- Bequest in a will
- Gift of life insurance by naming the Fund as a beneficiary or to commemorate a special event or anniversary.
For information or options on how the Fund is dispersed and potential tax benefits please contact CIB.
Continued success depends on active volunteers and your donations. No gift of time or funding is too small.
Send your Tax Deductible donations to Communities in Bloom Endowment Fund at:
Town of Indian Head, c/o Communities in Bloom
Box 460, Indian Head SK S0G 2K0
For more information about the committee, volunteering or donations please contact Gwen Johner 695-2654.
The CDC is an ad hoc committee mandated by Town Council to promote, expand and enhance the Town of Indian Head. Specific areas of focus include: community development, economic development, recreation and tourism. The CDC meets the first Thursday of every month.
The Flatland Cruisers began in 2006 with a small group of automotive enthusiasts based in the Indian Head and Qu'Appelle area. Today we are 26 members strong including several people from Manitoba and Alberta.
The Flatland Cruisers hold an annual Show and Shine every year on Grand Avenue. It is free to the public and attracts over 100 specialty vehicles from across the prairies. Our group stresses that all types of vehicles are welcome. We are a social group, attending numerouse automotive shows and funtions put on by other clubs and organizations.
The Flatland Cruiseres is a not for profit group and look to support our community organizations. We have been priviledged to work with great local projects such as Forever Friends of Hope, Autism Resource Centre, Indian Head Museum Society and Indian Head Broncs High School Football.
The Flatland Cruisers have now established an annual bursary to a graduation Indian Head High School student entering an apprenticeship or secondary education in the automotive, mechanical, autobody, heavy mechanics, ag equipments or motorized recreational fields.
Are you interested in being a Flatland Cruiser member? If you would like to be a part of a great organization, would like to meet new people, and would like to support your community in a fun and innovative way, visit our website www.flatlandcruisers.com for our current contact information.
As a senior’s non-profit club, our aim is to provide a safe, fully accessible to all, meeting place where folk’s can gather to socialize, learn new things, feel respected and included with peers. We promote physical and mental well being and encourage interaction with our whole community. We do not exclude anyone from attending our events or activities and age is truly just a number! Our facility is also used by the community at large for private or public events such as weddings, anniversary and birthday celebrations, meetings, craft sales, annual flu clinics and so much more. Contact Janice Gooding (306) 537-0590 or visit http://ihheritage.com/index.html for more information.
IHARF is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote profitable and sustainable agriculture by facilitating research and technology transfer activities for the benefit of its members and the agricultural community at large.
The Indian Head Elks are a non-profit organization that is part of the Benevolent Protective Order Elks of Canada. We maintain the Elks Kiddies Park and sponsor the Indian Head Boy Scouts. We also support various other groups as needed in Indian Head.
The Indian Head & District Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to rural economic development, business & organization support and community development. Business memberships are $100 and non-profit memberships are $25.00.
We are a non profit branch. We fundraise and donate to the Sask Wildlife Federation and some local groups. We operate a gun range south of Indian Head. Memberships available by contacting the above number.
The Foundation raises funds to donate to the Town of Indian Head for use specifically to purchase equipment, provide facility upgrades and pay for occasional staff training and development at the Indian Head Union Hospital and/or the Indian Head Emergency Medical Services.
A tradition for over 100 years, providing emergency services to Indian Head and District. Members of the community who volunteer are provided training and on call remuneration. Volunteer to join a modern well equipped Fire Department!
We were instituted in 1886 by the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan. The Lodge is funded by its membership. It helps sponsor a Masonic Youth Leadership Camp in Wakaw, SK. The Lodge supports the Mainline Music Festival and presents an annual Citizenship Award to a worthy Gr. 12 student.
The Indian Head Regional Library is located in the same building as the Town Office, at 419 Grand Avenue.
The Library, has several thousand books on its shelves and can order thousands more through the Provincial library system. Library cards are free, but you will require a valid library card to borrow books, videos, music CDs and magazines from the library.
The library features:
- Internet access and word processing software
- Access to databases
- Access to other Provincial Libraries
- Adult Book Club
- A rotating book selection
- Audio books
- Free Children's and adult programs, year round
- Outreach for in-home seniors
- Inter-library loans
Hours of operation are:
Tuesday – 10:00 a.m to 2:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday - 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday – 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday – 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
For more information contact the library at (306) 695-3922 or visit out the South East Library website.
The Indian Head Royal Purple is a member of Lodge of the Royal Purple Canada, a National Charitable Organization. We support our community and our national charity, the Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children.
Indian Head School of Dance offers a variety of dance for all ages. Our studio offers professional lessons in ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, acrodance, strength & technique, a combination classes are available. Our studio is situated in the Hayes Haven gymnasium located at 110 Howard Street in Indian Head, SK. Classes take place Thursday and Friday evenings. Please visit our website for more information www.indianheadschoolofdance.ca
Although you see many Shriners in parades having fun, their main objective is Burn Prevention and assisting children with disabilities in the Shriners Hospitals. The Indian Head Shriners hold an annual “Rose Day” in June to assist two local youths to the Montreal Shrine Hospital.
The Indian Head Stage Left Players uses local talent creating entertaining theatre for the community. They are always looking for talented and interested volunteers.
Indian Head Theatre & Community Arts Inc. is a local group who recently purchased the old Indian Head Opera House and re-opened it as the Grand Theatre. We are continuing to revitalize the Theatre with the hopes of turning it into a cultural centre while continuing to run the movie theatre.
Little Castle Childcare Centre is a non-profit organization operated by a Director who is overseen by a volunteer board of directors. Little Castle Childcare Centre provides quality childcare and early childhood education to children 18 months to 12 years and offer a before and after school program for grades 1 and up.
The Metis Nation-Saskatchewan represents Metis citizens living in Saskatchewan. As such, the MN-S strives for the political, legal and constitutional recognition and guarantee of the rights of its People, including the right to a land and resource base, self-government and self-government institutions. For more information contact (306) 695-3425.
The Saskatchewan Voice of People with Disabilities (SVOPD) is a consumer directed organization that actively promotes full participation in society for people with disabilities. The SVOPD provides information and support for individuals, other agencies and governments and has been successful in lobbying for change for people with disabilities. For more information call (306) 695-3111 or visit the website here: http://saskvoice.com/.