Seba Beach Farmers’ Market is proud to announce the addition of a 50/50 draw to the market. This year we will be giving back to multiple organizations around the community as we know we can do more. Thank you to everyone who plays and supports our new initiative.
(must be 18 yes of age to participate)–
** IF YOUR ORGANIZATION IS INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN THE 2024 SEASON PLEASE WATCH HERE FOR AN APPLICATION TO COME OUT AFTER MARCH 15, 2024
|June 3||Joanne Cook (1406109)|
|June 17||Teri Larson (1406291)|
|July 1||Zach Gylander (1406392)|
|July 15||Janice Yee (1406889)|
|July 22||Laura Castle (1406895)|
|July 29||Barb Klapstein (0457162)|
|August 5||Kaitlin Kingdon (0457732)|
|August 12||Michelle Foster (0457862)|
|August 19||Joanne Myrol (3273168)|
|September 2||Janet Assinger (3273432)|
OUR PARTNERS FOR 2023
June 3 – Wildwood Evansburg Entwistle Community Food Bank
The WEE (Wildwood Evansburg Entwistle) Community Food Bank, located in Entwistle,
is there to provide for families and individuals in need of healthy, nutritious foods. This
dedicated team of volunteers serve the area from Darwell to Niton Junction, from
Township Road 554 to Township Road 510. Those experiencing food insecurity for any
reason are asked to call 780-727-4043 on Tuesdays before 6:00 pm to arrange for
hamper pickup the following Wednesday. The volunteers affiliated with this
non-profit organization work tirelessly to collect and distribute healthy foods and to
support non-profit organizations within the local community. If it’s quality food you
need, give WEE a call!
June 17 – Pembina Playschool
July 1 – Seba Beach Museum
July 15 – The Pet Food Bank of Parkland County
The Pet Food Bank of Parkland County is a registered charity that provides pet food and items to low income families; First Nations communities; pet rescues and organizations that reach out for assistance. A spay-neuter program is a part of the charity encouraging people to get their pets fixed to eliminate litters that are unwanted, abandoned and often neglected. Most of the time rescues are full to overflowing and cannot take in nor care for the many animals found as strays or are surrendered. The SNIP program (Spay Neuter In Parkland) is available for low income families.
July 22 – Pembina Playschool
Pembina Playschool Association offers licensed affordable preschool programming at our location in Entwistle School. Our child centred, learning through play model supports children’s holistic development. We currently offer two class options: a Preschool class for children ages 3-5 on Tues/Thurs from 8:30-11:30, and a Nature Play class for children ages 4-6 on Wednesdays from 9-1. In alignment of our goals to support children and families in our communities, and we are currently exploring options to extend our child care offerings to include full day child care options with a focus on quality and affordability.
July 29 – Wabuman & District Seniors Centre
August 5 – Seba Beach Seniors Golden Age Club
August 12 – Seba Beach Pickleball & Tennis Association – SPATA
August 19 – Camp He Ho Ha
Camp Health, Hope & Happiness was opened in 1960 becoming the first summer camp in Alberta designed for children, youth, adults, and seniors with disabilities. At camp we make dreams come true for all participants while providing a safe and rewarding environment. We have designed our program to meet the needs and interests of our campers allowing them to participate in activities such as: climbing wall, low ropes course, swimming, basketball and much more. Camp is a unique place where Albertans with disabilities build friendships, increase their sense of independence and belonging, and experience a fun active lifestyle. We are a not-for-profit organization that is funded by the generous support of our community and donors. Without this support camp would not be possible for over 700 individuals each year.
September 2 – Seba Beach Pickleball & Tennis Association – SPATA