Here is a list of organizations in and around the Priddis area.
If you would like an additional link added to our page please contact us.
Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area
The Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area (ASCCA) is a 4,800 acre day-use, natural area. Located south west of Calgary off of Highway 22X, it was donated to the Province of Alberta by Ann and Sandy Cross in 1987. With over 20 km of scenic trails, it is open daily from 4:00 am - 11 pm, year round. We do not allow dogs, bikes or skiing. Visitors can sign in at a hiker kiosk which is located adjacent to the lower parking lot. Larger groups are asked to book ahead of time on our website. The ASCCA runs summer day-camps, school programs and community conservation learning events, such as our annual Star Night with the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC)”.
The Cross Conservation Area is dedicated to:
protecting habitat and providing space for native species of wildlife;
offering conservation education programs (particularly to youth) without jeopardizing wildlife and habitat, and
managing human use of the ASCCA through entry by registration only.
Bragg Creek Community Association
Visit the Bragg Creek Community Association website here. We thank all those Bragg Creek community members who enjoy and participate in Priddis events. We are pleased to share such a vibrant community with you.
Councillor Suzanne Oel
Suzanne Oel, Reeve and Divn. 4 Councillor, Foothills County, is very involved in Priddis and surrounding communities.
Foothills School Division
Young people in the area are fortunate to have access to excellent schools. Follow the link to the Foothills School Division here and find out what’s happening in our schools.
High Country Rural Crime Watch
High Country Rural Crime Watch Association (HCRCWA) Mission:
To safeguard people and property in all our rural communities through awareness, communications and education.
Awareness will be achieved through membership development, public meetings and support from local businesses. Communications will include an updated membership database fan-out information system for email and phone notifications, information sharing with local RCMP, website development for information flow and resource connections, public relations and use of print or other media. Education with respect to crime prevention resources will be shared.
Foothills County encompasses a diverse rural landscape in which leadership and planning support a strong agricultural heritage, vibrant communities, a balanced economy and the stewardship of natural capital for future generations.
Foothills County is a rural municipality located adjacent to and immediately south of the City of Calgary. The County covers approximately 3,600 square kilometres in area, located in the foothills of sunny southern Alberta. It surrounds the Towns of Okotoks, High River, Turner Valley and Black Diamond, the Village of Longview, and the Eden Valley Indian Reserve.
Millarville Horticultural Club
Millarville Horticultural Club was established in 1976 when a group of local gardeners decided to get together to discuss the joys and perils of gardening in the Foothills. The group has been going strong ever since. The club meets 9x a year, September through June. Members enjoy guest speakers, potluck dinners, a junior program, and garden tours, both local and to other Alberta locations. New members are always welcome!
To join or for more information, contact Sheila Virgo at:
Millarville Racetrack & Agricultural Society
There are many ways that Priddis and Millarville are connected. Not the least of which is the Priddis-Millarville Fair that takes place every August.
Mom & Tot Coffee Mornings
Parent and Tot Coffee Mornings meet at the Priddis Hall the 1st Friday of each month at 10:30 am.
We are looking for someone to coordinate the Parent and Tot Coffee Mornings. It is a very easy volunteer position for someone looking to get involved in the community-
- Work with the PCA to find a mutually agreeable day and time;
- Advertise the event through Facebook;
- Attend the meet-ups and bring along the activity bucket for the kids.
If you, or know of someone who may be interested, email
Priddis Early Learning Program (PELP)
Priddis Early Learning Program is full for the 2020-2021 school year
If you have any questions please contact our Program Director at
Fundraiser: Again this fall we are offering a great deal on labels from Mabel's Labels for your kids things. 20% of sales through the link below, come back to our community preschool.
The Priddis Early Learning Program is an outstanding preschool program that serves to prepare children for kindergarten. PELP offers both a 4-year old and 3-year old program.
Teacher: Lindsay Flynn
Director: Kate Berkan
Priddis Pony Club
Contact Debbie Bredin 403 931 0489 or
Barb Boulanger 403 254 6661
Priddis Panthers Hockey Association
Priddis Panther Hockey Association has been a part of the Priddis Community Association for many generations. The Panthers participate in the Foothills Pond Hockey League, consisting of teams from Priddis, Millarville, Black Diamond/Oilfields, Bragg Creek, Cochrane and Canmore. The league is based on values of fun, the love of playing hockey and fair play, with every child being given the opportunity to participate regardless of skill level. Games are held both indoors and outdoors as weather permits, typically running from mid-October to mid-March. Panther home games are played out of the Oilfields indoor and outdoor arenas in Black Diamond with practices held at the Priddis outdoor rink. There are four divisions consisting of:
Tyke (ages 5 – 7)
Atom (ages 8 – 10)
Pee Wee (ages 11 – 13)
Midget (ages 14 – 17)
Players are accepted from families that reside in the Priddis and Red Deer Lake communities, MD of Foothills residents and if there is still space available, from other families who wish to register. Registration is typically held at the Priddis Community Association Hall in the second week of September.
For more information, please contact the Priddis Panther Hockey Association President:
Kyle McGill at