Community Events

 Who:   Hinton Food Bank


 What:  Volunteers to help out with Food bank distubution and also special

             Roll volunteers.





Who:      Bridges

What:     Looking for volunteers for some events coming up from June 5th 

               to the 24th.

Where:   102-111 Government Road. Call 780-865-4464 ask for Brian.




Who:       Pats Catering

What:     Spaghetti ( Meat and Veg.) and Fish and Chips Dinner

Where:   Hinton Center

When:    Ever second Tuesday of the month, next one is the 30th of May.

Info:        All proceds go to Hinton Youth Center this month





 Who:    BRIDGES- Hinton's Mental Health Support Organization

What:    Free Community Lunches

When:   Tuesdays at noon

Where:  BRIDGES location 111 Government Road in the Hinton valley

 Info:     FREE Community hot lunches every Tuedays at noon                           

             BRIDGES located in the Hinton Valley. These lunches have been                

             sponsored by community members and are free to attend. Help                

             spread the word to anyone who may need a free hot meal and                    

             fellowship. More info is on the  BRIDGESHinton Facebook page



What:    Free Adult Tutoring

Where:  Hinton Employment and Learning Place

When:   By Appointment

Info:      Update your skills in reading, writing, math, computers, English as            

            a second language, upgrading or GED prep.     Contact 

            Stephanie for  more information: 780-865-1686                                                                                                                                                      


 What:     Free pool at the Hinton Legion

When:   Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays 

Where:  Hinton Legion 

Info:      It’s free. 8 ball, corner pocket.


What:   Hinton Army Cadets 

Where: Royal Canadian Legion in Hinton

When:  Wednesdays from 7 to 9pm

Info:     Join the Army Cadets – a non-profit organization for youth between            

            the ages of 12 and 18. Develop your skills in leadership,                            

            citizenship and teamwork.   Cadets participate in weekend                            

            exercises, sports evenings, and marksmanship days.  Cadets will                

            have an opportunity to go to summer training camps where cadets            

            can receive advanced training.


What:  Alberta of Prevention of Bullying Youth Committee contact info




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