Ripley 4-H Curling Club - Alec and Sharon Martin; South Bruce Beef Club - Emily Gibson; Ripley Conservation Club - Anne MacInnes, Steve Hallam, Amy Hiscock; Ripley Horse Club - Irene Collings; Ripley Sheep Club - Anne MacInnes; Ripley Dairy Club – Murray Lotton
As Huron County's largest acute care hospital service AMGH offers 24 hour emergency, intensive care, obstetrical, general surgery and inpatient psychiatry services as well as many outpatient programs including community psychiatric, renal and dialysis and Telestroke.
The Alzheimer Society Grey-Bruce is affiliated with Alzheimer Society Ontario and Alzheimer Society Canada. As one of 30 chapters in Ontario, we support persons with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias and their caregivers in Grey and Bruce counties with an office located in the largest centre, Owen Sound.
Provides support and education to those with dementia and their families.
Events - Contact Brittany Williams:
Coffee Break – every September – offices, churches, individuals etc host a coffee break by donation.
For all other events please contact Brittany Williams at 1-800-561-5012.
Services are Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. (excluding January and February). Everyone welcome.
372 Hayes Lake Ave. Holyrood , ON N0G 2B0
Bluewater District School Board
Bluewater District School Board operates 41 elementary schools and 10 secondary schools in Bruce and Grey Counties. The Education Centre is located in Chesley.
Follow Bluewater District School Board on Twitter @BluewaterDSB
PO BOX 190 351 1st Avenue North Chesley , ON N0G1L0
Since 1910, cottagers at Bruce Beach have worked through their Association to protect and preserve the interests and environment of the unique community that is Bruce Beach. For more information contact Susan Davidson.
We are a non-profit corporation founded in 2012 and located at the east end of Park St. in Ripley. Our mission is to use the vehicle of agri-tourism to address the issues of food insecurity, sustainable agriculture, and the plight of the small family farm through education, hands on experience, and cultural events.
Community Living Kincardine & District (CLKD) is a not-for-profit organization providing support to people with developmental disabilities in the Municipalities of Kincardine and Huron-Kinloss. Contact CLKD by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-396-9434.
286 Lambton St. P. O. Box 9000 Kincardine , ON N2Z 2Z3
Crime Stoppers brings three segments of the community together (police, media, and the public) to help fight crime. The media releases information about unsolved crimes to raise public awareness. Tipsters provide information on crimes by calling the 1-800-222-8477 Anonymous Tips Line, or by submitting a secure Web Tip at www.crimestop-gb.org, or at www.tipsubmit.com. If an arrest results from the tip information given, the Tipster is eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.00. Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display and does not have *69 capability.
Offers a wide array of educational options including full and part-time studies, course upgrading, and a Continuous Learning Program which offers night courses in a variety of disciplines. Campus located in Owen Sound. Programs also available in Seaforth.
Girl Greatness Starts Here!
Have you considered Girl Guides as an extracurricular option for your daughter?
Girl Guides is a safe, all-girl environment that invites girls to challenge themselves, find their voice, meet new friends and make a difference in the world. Today’s Girl Guide program helps girls learn about global and cultural awareness, career exploration, science and technology and the arts.
Girls in Guiding meet weekly to have fun and participate in engaging activities. Through our wide range of programming, from enriching projects to discussions of important issues such as bullying, self-esteem and body image, Girl Guides helps girls develop the skills needed to confidently navigate their world.
We welcome girls ages 5-17!
For more information call 1-800-565-8111 or visit www.girlguides.ca
The HAWK Theatre Group is a non-profit community theatre group dedicated to showcasing local talent in quality theatre productions. Theatre goers look forward to the annual spring and Christmas productions which are performed in the Lucknow Town Hall. Please call Donald at 519-528-3019 or Maureen at 519-528-3242 for further information.
This grassroots initiative is likely a first in Ontario. Funded by the community and by individual patients, this clinic is geared for non OHIP user who traditionally have to travel well outside their community and pay varying fees (mostly significantly higher than OHIP fees) for basic primary care. Rebekah Peters is the Nurse Practitioner.
We are a diverse group who enjoy experiencing and learning about the natural world.
Meetings are held the 4th Tuesday monthly, September to November; February to June, at the Pine River United Church, corner of Highway 21 and the 4th Concession of Huron-Kinloss Township.
The program includes social time at 7:30 pm followed at 8:00 pm by discussion of outings and events and a guest speaker.
The club offers a full schedule of outdoor events, in every season, including various walks and hikes, winter and migratory bird watches, canoe/kayak cruise, tours of area orchards, gardens, farms and a yearly exploration of the Bruce Peninsula.
The club newsletter, Fringe Notes, highlights past events and future outings. Produced three times per year; fall, winter and spring, it is circulated electronically to members.
Membership is $20 person; under 18’s are free.
Christine Roberts, 519-395-5008
General Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of the month at 10:30 a.m. at the Point Clark Community Centre. Activities include monthly pot luck dinners, weekly games afternoon, shuffleboard, crafts & coffee, quilting and bus trips. Special Events such as the Brunch and Craft Show are posted on the Huron-Kinloss Events Calendar.
The Huron Township History Book Committee is publishing the next Reunion Book entitled “Families and Farms of Huron Township 2015”. As a community these books have been produced to coincide with our homecoming reunion. The book is a collectors item and it brings alive our rich history of rural families and the village of Ripley. We anticipate a book launch for the fall of 2014. There are a limited number for sale and they can be pre purchased. They will also be sold during the Ripley Reunion, summer of 2015.
The committee is welcoming new members. Meetings are the fourth Thursday of the month, 7pm at the Ripley Curling Club.
Secondardy contact is Joyce Osborne (519-395-3970)
Kids Help Phone is a Canadian and world leader known for our expertise and continuous innovation as Canada’s only 24/7 counselling and information service for young people. Since 1989, our trained, professional counsellors have been listening to kids, often when no one else can or will. We are always there – supporting young people wherever and whenever they need us most.
439 University Avenue Suite 300 Toronto , ON M5G 1Y8
Our Interdisciplinary Health Professionals (IHP's) accept self or community referrals as well as physician referrals to ensure that patients are getting the appropriate care they require. Members of the KFHT work in collaboration with the physicians to further provide comprehensive healthcare services. Access to the Kincardine Family Health Team is at no cost to the patient.
The Kincardine Nimrod Club was established in 1953 as a "Rod & Gun" club and has since evolved into a sporting firearms and archery club. The KNC is a non-profit and member operated club, incorporated in 1985. The Kincardine Nimrod Club exists to provide a safe environment to learn, practice, enjoy and compete in various firearms & archery sports. Visit www.kincardinenimrodclub.ca for more information.
2334 Huron/Kinloss Conc. #12 Kincardne , ON N2Z 0B3
The Kinloss Community Centre is non-profit and located on Hwy 9 at the west edge of Kinloss. This quaint community hall with air conditioning is a perfect location for birthdays, anniversaries and family gatherings. Rental rate is $60.
4303 Hwy 9 Kinloss , ON N0G 2H0
Kinloss Kairshea Womens Institute
The Kinloss Kairshea Women’s Institute meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month. Membership is open to all and the membership contact is Charlene McEwan 519-395-5423. Community involvement includes the Roots of Bruce program for children, the fall fairs, catering Lions Dinners and much more.
743 Statters Lake Ave. RR#1 Holyrood , ON N0G 2B0
Kinlough Pentecostal Church
Pastor Brian Williamson. Sunday service is at 11:00a.m.
18 Paxton Street Kinlough , ON N0G 2B0
Kinlough Presbyterian Church
Sunday services are at 11:30 a.m.
1235 Bruce Rd. 1 Lucknow , ON N0G 2H0
Knox Presbyterian Church
Services in 2017 start in April at 11:00a.m. Closed for the months of January, February and March. Services in 2018 will be at 9:30a.m.
15 Queen Street Ripley , ON N0G 2R0
Lucknow & District Horticultural Society
The Lucknow and District Horticultural Society meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Lucknow Town Hall. Our goal is to beautify the Village of Lucknow, including the gardens at the Sports Complex, Medical Centre, Waterworks Park, and 38 barrels on Campbell St. The membership fees are $5.00. Our many activities include garden tours, annual Flower Show and Tea, and guest speakers.
Lucknow Townhall 526 Campbell St. Lucknow , ON N0G 2H0
The Club meets the first and third Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. in the Kinsmen Club House on Hamilton St. The major fund raising events for the Kinsmen are Summerfest and Music in the Fields. For information on membership contact Bob Simpson at 519-955-7721.
The Lucknow 4-H Beef Club is for individuals aged 9 to 21 years. The first meeting of the season is usually mid-April, with a total of 6 meetings and an Achievement day at the Lucknow Fall Fair. The beef animal can be any breed, a market heifer or steer, or a breeding heifer. Contact Leader - Cathy Drennan.
LAWS is a group of volunteers which manages and operates the food booth at the Lucknow Arena. All funds raised are used for the benefit of winter sports activities. LAWS meets monthly between September and April.
662 Campbell St. P.O. Box 332 Lucknow , ON N0G 2H0
The Lucknow and District Chamber of Commerce is a driving force in promoting Lucknow and area as a place to do business or start a new business. It also helps existing businesses with grants, questions and concerns of infrastructure and township communication.
The air conditioned Community Centre is located just south of the Sports Complex, The Community Centre holds a permanent liquor license for functions up to 480 people. It has a meeting room for smaller functions, which can accommodate about 40 people, as well as a large kitchen.
Meetings are held at the clubhouse on Hamilton Street on the third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. The Kinettes support the Cystic Fibrosis charity, as well as being very involved in local community events. Its major fundraisers are Summerfest and Music in the Fields. For membership information contact Breanne Chapman at email@example.com.
The Club meets Tuesday and Thursday nights during the season, usually mid-May to the end of September, on Hamilton Street. You can try one game for free and then pay as you play or join as a member and be eligible to play in tournaments all over Ontario.
The Lucknow and District Lions Club is a community service group of men and women who give back to their community through charitable acts. Dinner meetings are held at the Lucknow Community Centre on the second and fourth Monday of every month, except July and August. New members are always welcome. The 2017 President is Lisa Haasnoot.
Lucknow Community Centre 694 Campbell St., PO Box 129 Lucknow , ON N0G 2H0
Doctor's Office open Monday-Thursday from 9:00a.m.-5:00p.m. Dr. Sleeth is at the office the first Friday of every month from 9:00a.m.-5:00p.m.
One Care provides a foot care clinic and blood clinic the third Tuesday of the month.
691 Havelock Lucknow , ON N0G 2H0
Lucknow Presbyterian Church
Sunday Service start time is 11:00a.m.
578 Havelock St. Box. 219 Lucknow , ON N0G 2H0
Lucknow Scouting Association
Lucknow is an active scouting community. Please call Jim Finnigan at 519-528-3104 for information concerning Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Venturer Scouts and Rover Crew.
"The Lucknow Scribblers" writers group in Lucknow took their name from the Gaelic scríbhneoir (Irish), or the Scottish sgrìobhadair, meaning writer to honour the area's Gaelic roots. The group meets every Tuesday evening from 6:30 – 8:00 PM at the Lucknow Library.
This group brings together writers from different walks of life to discuss their works and give creative feedback, encouragement, support and in the process become better writers. The Lucknow Scribblers are in the process of building a writing community that inspires many different genres of writing. They are reaching out to students, aspiring “scribblers” - young or old, experienced or even those that have forgotten which end of the pencil to use to come and be a part of a fun and supportive group. Drop into the Lucknow Library on a Tuesday evening (6:30 – 8:00 pm), and check them out. All you need is a sincere interest in writing. Contact email TheLucknowScribblers@gmail.com.
Mission Statement: Providing a positive environment to encourage and support writers of all levels and genres.
Lucknow Chapter of the Red Hat Ladies. We meet monthly to have dinners out, day's away, game nights, plays etc. Any Red Hatters visiting area can call Ruth for details and if they would like to visit with us.
Huron-Kinloss Lucknow , ON N0G 2H0
Lucknow Tourism Office
Promoting tourism in the South Bruce and North Huron County areas.
Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters - Zone H
With more than 100,000 members, subscribers and supporters, and 740 member clubs, the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) is the province's largest non-profit fish and wildlife conservation-based organization and the VOICE of anglers and hunters. OFAH Zone H extends along Lake Huron from Orillia in the north to Grand Bend in the south and includes the entire Bruce Peninsula. There are four meetings per year.
For more information, contact Zone H Secretary / Treasurer Wally Motz at 519-395-0320 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the Club is, as a co-operative, to create an environment for safe, convenient and timely access to and from the Pine River and Lake Huron. Visit the website at www.pineriverboatclub.on.ca for further details.
Mouth of Pine River Lake Huron Point Clark , ON N0G 2R0
The Pine River Watershed Initiative Network (PRWIN) is a group of volunteers and two part time employees active in finding concrete solutions to improve the watershed one idea at a time. Its vision is “Clean water and a healthy ecosystem within the Pine River Watershed”. Visit our website at www.pineriverwatershed.ca for more information or call 519-395-5538.
The Point Clark Beach Association was organized to serve as a common voice for the property owners of Point Clark. The Association was incorporated in 1946 as a nonprofit community group for the betterment of the members and the Community at large. For further information visit our website at www.pcba.ca.
Major renovations were completed in the spring of 2015 and the Lighthouse re-opened to the public in June 2015. The Lighthouse is open from Late June to Labour Day, 10:00am to 5:00pm daily. Open for groups by reservation (519-395-2909) in May and June. Admission and tours are available for a nominal fee.
For more information call 519-395-3735 or 519-395-2494 during seasonal open hours.
A one-room schoolhouse that became a Community Centre in the 1960s when the schools were centralized in Ripley. As well as holding community events, it is available for rent for private functions for $75. The hall holds up to 80 people.
788 Sideroad 5 south of Conc 12 Ripley , ON N0G 2R0
The Reid’s Corners Women’s Institute meets monthly on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Pine River United Church and membership is open to all. They are involved in community projects such as the Roots of Bruce Project, Bruce County Museum, quilting, food booth at Ripley Fall Fair, etc.
R. R. 1 Ripley , ON N0G 2R0
Provides comprehensive, personal Home & Health Care Services to individuals. Our goal is to give you up-to-date information, guidance and choices around support to help maintain safety and quality of life.
Items are collected before Christmas for families in need.
Call for more information Ripley , ON N0G 2R0
Ripley & District Junior Horticultural Club 'For Our Youth'
All youth ages 6 - 12 welcome to participate in fun activities at different locations. The Club meets every third Saturday from 10:00am to noon in February, May, June, July, August, September and November.
This active club meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m.; the location varies. Community involvement has included supporting the revitalization of Lewis Park, the Bruce Botanical Gardens, the CNIB. Events include Beef on a Bun at the Ripley Fall Fair, Midget LL Hockey Tournament and Ripley Winter Skating Carnival mid February. New members are welcome.
Youth aged 9–21 may be members of this community based club led by screened Volunteer Leaders. In the Ripley area there are livestock clubs including beef, dairy and sheep. For information contact Sharon Martin at email@example.com, call 519-395-4132, or visit www.4-hontario.ca.
The main event for the Ripley Agricultural Society is its annual Fall Fair, held on the last weekend of September. Festivities begin on Friday night, including the popular midway. For information about the Fall Fair and events visit www.ripleyfair.ca.
Satellite office for Dr. Knox,MD. and Dr.Shyu, Chiropractor.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Knox when he will be in Ripley, please call his Kincardine office at 519-396-6753.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Shyu when he will be in Ripley, please call his North York office at 416-439-1671.
18 Tain St
Ripley , ON N0G 2R0
18 Tain St Ripley , ON N0G 2R0
Ripley Business Community
Since its inception in 2002, the Ripley Business Community has been working hard to help beautify the downtown area of Ripley, promote existing businesses and attract new business. Membership includes businesses from the former Township of Huron and its Hub, Ripley. The members have worked enthusiastically to help provide beautiful flower baskets, trees, benches, banners and Christmas wreaths.
The Club at 99 Huron St. includes a full kitchen and it is available for rent. For information about membership, call Pat van den Hogen at 519-395-3401, or to rent the hall call Mark McBride at 519-395-4377.
* Ages 18mths – 6 yrs * Qualified & Caring E.C.E. Staff * Open 7:00am–6:00pm *
Half Day Early Learning Program or Full day Program Options * Subsidized Spaces Available * Nutritious & Healthy Snacks/ Lunch Provided * School Readiness-Academically Enriched Program * Small Group Settings
Daily Outdoor Activities * Involvement in Community Events/ Activities * Income Tax Receipts Provided. For more information or a tour contact us at 519-395-5570, Located at 18 Tain St. Ripley.
This Society is formed for persons interested in promoting education of horticultural activities, beautification of home and community gardens. Meetings are held usually on the third Wednesday of the month and are open to the public. Members maintain planters throughout the village; events include a flower show, participation in the Fall Fair, Christmas boughs and baking sale, and the Christmas Pot Luck. We are governed by the Ontario Horticultural Association. Membership is $12 per year. Call 519-395-5447 for more information.
The Ripley-Huron Skating Club is a not-for-profit club formed by the parents of Ripley and Huron-Kinloss Township and is managed by a volunteer executive. The purpose of the Club is to encourage the instruction, practice, enjoyment and advancement of its members in all aspects in accordance with the rules, policies and procedures of Skate Canada. Club membership is open to all.
Ripley-Huron Community Centre P.O. Box 267 Ripley , ON N0G 2R0
Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of the month. For information on rentals and membership, call the Branch at 519-528-2745.
The Branch now has wi-fi. Branch hours are as follows:
Monday 3:00p.m.-6:00p.m; Tuesday 3:00p.m.-6:00p.m. and 8:00p.m. - 11:00p.m; Wednesday 3:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. and 8:00p.m. - 11:00p.m; Thursday 3:00p.m. - 6:00p.m; Friday 3:00p.m. - midnight; Saturday 2:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.; Sunday 2:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.
Join our Facebook group, Lucknow Legion Br#309
Royal Canadian Legion Ripley Ladies Auxiliary Branch 440
The Ladies Auxiliary meets the first Thursday of the month at 8 p.m. at the Legion. Funds raised are put into community projects or the Veterans Well Fare fund. For membership details call Ann Finlayson at 519-395-4687.
The centre can carry out a variety of government services including Health Card transactions (renewals, red & white card replacements, new registrations etc). They also can carry out vehicle licence transactions; Ontario Photo Cards and Driver's License renewals, lost cards and address changes.
Church is located at the end of Concession 4 (at the bottom of the hill) along Pine River. Regular services at 9:30am Sundays. Holy Communion 1st, 3rd, 5th. Morning Prayer 2nd and 4th. Rector Rev. Rob Hiscox, 519-396-2127, 519-396-2185 (office).
403 Alice St. Point Clark, ON RR#1 Kincardine , ON N2Z 2X3
Telehealth Ontario is a free 24 hours 7 days a week, confidential telephone service you can call to get health advice or general health information from a Registered Nurse.
Based on the assessment, the Registered Nurse can:
• advise self care
• recommend a visit to a health practitioner or health service provider
• provide phone numbers of community resources nearest you (walk-in clinics, public health units, etc).
Service is provided in English and French with translation support for other languages. You do not need to provide your health insurance number. A call to Telehealth Ontario does not replace 911 - that's always the first number you should call in emergency situations.
We are a phone service only. For details see website. No physical address , ON CA
The Unifor Family Education Centre is a state-of-the-art facility located 2 minutes south of Port Elgin. It operates as a conference and education centre for labour and other organizations. Other organizations also use the Centre for their education and Conference needs.
Located in the Kincardine Arts Centre in downtown Kincardine, the Victoria Park Gallery and Gift Shop is a co-operative gallery featuring many talented local artists and artisans . Members work in a variety of mediums and include: oils, watercolour, acrylic, wood, glass, silk, photography, pottery, jewellery and mixed media.
Events include monthly guest artists and seasonal shows. Follow us on facebook at www.facebook.com/victoriaparkgallerykincardine to find out more and stay on top of Gallery events.
Are you caring for an adult with a long term health condition? The goal of VON’s Caregiver Support Circle is to support informal caregivers throughout Grey-Bruce by providing resources and education, individual and group support and community resources to help you.
VON’s Supportive Care volunteers are special people who offer social and emotional support to individuals and families living with a life-limiting or life-threatening illness in Grey-Bruce. Support is available in a client’s home, long term care home, hospital or residential hospice (Owen Sound).
Bereavement Support Group sessions are offered at different times of the year in various places in Grey Bruce. This is an opportunity to share feelings or just to listen and not be alone.
For more information on any of these programs, please call 1-866-212-6413.
Offers Employment Ontario & Government of Canada funded job programs, for Employers and Job Seekers, throughout all of Bruce County.
Services Include: Resume writing, Various Employment/job search related workshops, re-training opportunities with Second Career Program, Youth Job Connection Program for youth between 15-29 not in school and unemployed and Canada-Ontario Job Grant Program for employers training costs.
Locations in Wiarton, Walkerton, Port Elgin, Kincardine. Southampton, Tobermory and Lion's Head by request.
200 McNab St, Suite 200 Box 730 Walkerton , ON N0G 2V0
Who Are We?
The Grey Bruce ‘We CARE’ Project is an initiative of community agencies and school boards who recognize the importance of working together toward the common goal of increasing and enhancing community capacity and mobilization around the promotion of youth mental health and prevention of youth suicide.
Our vision is that all members of the Grey Bruce community will make a commitment to…
CONNECT with youth and reassure them you are always there.
ASK youth to share what is happening in the lives and listen without judging
REACH out to the youth and ask them what they need
ENGAGE and encourage youth and ask them what they need
This page is always being updated to keep our information current. If you have a community organization you would like to let the public know about, or if you see information that is now obsolete, please contact us.