ACFA is the association for French-Canadians in an all French ambiance. It offers its members and guests a central office, a rendez-vous and meeting centre for all association committees, the Community Radio station and and an internet centre for the general public. Association canadienne-française de la Régionale Plamondon-Lac La Biche(ACFA) French-Canadian Association. Office hours are Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Contact: 780-798-3896 email email@example.com and web site: www.acfa.ab.ca/plamondon
Camp 3 F Association
The Camp 3-F is an association that maintains an outdoor camp facility that is rented for community and family functions. Anyone wanting to book this facility please contact: PDCDS office at 780 798-3478 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit Facilities page for more information.
Catholic Women League
Ladies meet monthly for a spiritual program, business session, and fellowship. Our aim is to exemplify Christian values in our home and family life. We support many needy organizations. Contact: Alvine Ménard, President 780 798-3055
We operate a 3 sheet curling rink from November to March of each year . We have a Ladies League on Monday, an Open League on Tuesday, and a Junior League on Wednesday and Thursday.The junior league begins after Christmas and is focused on teaching young people to curl.
We host the following 4 bonspiels each year:
- Ladies Bonspiel 3rd weekend in January
- Junior Bonspiel 4th weekend in January
- Men's Skins Bonspiel 2nd weekend in February
- Modified Mixed Bonspiel 4th weekend in February
Everyone is welcome to join our Club. Contact: Shirley Michaud at 780 798-3307
Historical Chapelle Society
Knights of Columbus
Our Historical Chapelle, Plamondon’s first church built in 1911 was completely restored for its centennial and it has a quaint and comforting feel to it. This winter, join us for a non denominational candlelit mass, followed by carolling in a horse & sleigh bringing us to the Mini Parc Heritage Park for old fashioned kettle cooked popcorn, ginger cake with hot buttered rhum sauce, hot chocolate and mulled wine. Come and enjoy a relaxing evening of enchanted winter wonderland activities.
When: Exact date to be determined
Where: Hamlet of Plamondon, immediately East & South of the Catholic Church.
Contact: Carol Plamondon: 780-798-2262, Rose Ann Swanson: 780-798-3771 or Albert Menard: 780-798-3055
Meet every second week at 7:30 p.m. in the basement of the church. Contact: Bob Braund 780-798-3764
Exhibition games contact: Réal Ulliac @ 780 798-2263
Mighty Bucks Hockey Club
Senior Men's Hockey. We have weekly games and tournaments. Manager Réal Ulliac Contact: number 780 798-2263
Our Drop in Centre is located behind the Catholic Church on the main street. Members drop in regularly to socialize, play pool, shuffleboard, carpet bowling, and floor curling. A meal is served every Thursday at noon from October to May. The center is also used for funeral lunches and Family Health Clinics the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month when a public health nurse is available. The centre is also available for use by service groups. Contact: Dennis Ménard (President) 780-798-3239
Plamondon & District Agricultural Society
Our facility consists of an ice arena with mezzanine, kitchen, and foyer. We manage, operate and maintain the Plamondon & District Agriplex to support community events and activities. Programs & Services: minor hockey, men's hockey, scrimmages, public skating, tournaments, ringuette, Plamondon Youth Center, archery 3D Shoot, graduations, meetings, school Physical Education Programs, christmas parties etc. Contact: Bernard Ulliac, president, 780 798-3812 for schedule.
Plamondon & District Museum Society
Plamondon contains a lot of cultural history that is showcased in our small museum. The museum has plenty of artifacts, antique instruments, and much more. Open Tuesday - Saturday from 10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m. (June - August) The Plamondon & District Museum Society is now selling Plamondon's History Book "From Spruce Trees to Wheat Fields" Volume II for $25.00 available at the Museum.
Contact: Bonita Marchand 780 798-3193 or at home: 780-798-2125
Plamondon District Community Development Society
Our Mandate is:
- To serve, represent and act as a resource for all groups who wish to form part of the society and act as a facilitator for organizations with short term, or one time goals or projects.
- To support non-profit groups in the district that promote community development.
- To assist and represent groups that physically operate, and provide programs and services primarily within the physical boundaries of the district.
- To assist in coordinating community projects as requested and encourage a sense of community acting as a resource.
- To facilitate the process of prioritizing community projects and programs.
- To operate and maintain community facilities when appropriate and when requested, in the best interest of the community.
- To develop a broad range of community services that will provide opportunities and benefits for people of all ages and abilties.
- To develop community services and programs by enhancing, promoting supporting, and recognizing volunteers and volunteer efforts.
Plamondon Fire Department
Volunteer fire fighters provide structural and wild land fire suppression and vehicle extrication services. We have bi-weekly meetings and training. Meeting dates are Wednesdays 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Contact: Hal Pressling, Fire Chief Ph: 780 798-3911
Plamondon Hall Building Society
Construction of a new Community Centre for the Plamondon Region. Contact: PDCDS office @780-798-3478
Plamondon Minor Baseball
For kids 4 and up (depending on team numbers), kids can learn how to play baseball during the months of May and June. If you are interested in registering your children or helping out with coaching or organizing, please contact:
Sherry Chevigny @ 780-798-2709 or Lorrie Cloutier @ 780-798-2881
Plamondon Minor Hockey
Contact: Jennifer Gauthier 780 798-2700
Plamondon Outdoors Men's Club
The organization has an annual hornscoring night on the 2nd Saturday in January to display and score antlers. Trophies are awarded to the winners of various categories and all members who bring a set of antlers on that night, have their name entered in a draw for several door prizes. Membership fee is $20.00/year. Contact: Raymond Ménard @ 780 798-2188 or Kyle Gauthier @ 780 798-3188
Plamondon St. Isidore Parish Maintenance Society
St. Isidore Church, built in 1927 under the direction of Fr. Ovide Desroches and parishioners donating time and money for their church, has been renovated as of 2011. The Society is still active in their fund-raising efforts. The project took over a year to complete. Our Sunday services are at 11:00 am. Everyone is Welcome. Contact 780-798-3760
Plamondon Youth Center
The Plamondon Youth Center is run by the Plamondon and Wandering River Community Resource Society.
The Youth Center is located at the Plamondon Agriculture Centre (upstairs). The center is open after school from 3:30 p.m. to 7p.m. Youth workers provide programming and supervision for the youth. Youth 6 years old and over are welcome to attend. An annual family membership fee of $10.00 is requested.
The Society also runs an annual Youth Summer Camp during July and August.
For more information, you can call:
Plamondon Youth Center: 780-798-3284 or the Program Supervisor, Debbie Menard at 798-2188.
This is a support group to help members in their journey to lose weight, eat properly, learn good nutrition and exercise. Information/support members assist each other in learning healthy eating habits. International fees includes a subscription to a monthly TOPS magazine. TOPS is open to the public; male, female, and teens are welcome. New members welcome. Our meeting place is located in the old Plamondon District Community Development's office, located on 102 St. and 100 Old Trail. Meeting times are Wednesday at 8:30 am to 10:00 am. You may also visit the web site at www.tops.org. Fee is $25.00/year for International Organization $10.00/month for local chapter expenses. Contact: Cindy Plamondon 780 798-2282 or Millie at 780 623-3898
We are a non profit volunteer group that provides the opportunity for moms, dads or caregivers and their children ages 1 to 5 to meet together to socialize and have fun. Parents or caregivers have a chance to establish a support network of friends and a much needed weekly outing. Children are provided with a large indoor area to run around and play with toys, as well as the opportunity to develop their social skills. Everyone works together to make TOTS happen, as each member takes a turn in providing the weekly snack, helping to set-up and clean-up. TOTS is held at the Plamondon Community Hall. Fee is$ 20.00 per year or there is a $2.00 drop-in fee. Contact: Amanda Plamondon 780-798-3169
In the event that you wish to go for a walk and enjoy the local nature there is a paved walking trail approximatley 2 km in length.
Ladies' Volleyball League held at École Beauséjour from September to the Easter holidays every Thursday from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Contact: Donna St. Jean at 780 798-3810