Service Clubs & Organizations
Volunteering to beautify the community. Volunteers are always welcome!
The Beausejour Lions Club has an over 60 year history of Lionism in the community. The Beausejour Lions own and manage Lion`s Lodge, which is an independent, low rental seniors housing facility.The Beausejour Lions dedicate their time on a volunteer basis to better the community. Their Motto is `We Serve.`
Promotes safe and organized snowmobiling. Many events and rides are held throughout the year. Everyone is welcome. We maintain two warm-up shelters and 110km of trails. Member of the Snoman (Snowmobilers of Manitoba)
We are a national network of volunteers which values French as an integral part of Canada and which is dedicated to the promotion and creation of French-second-language learning opportunities for young Canadians.
The Common Threads Quilt Group meets on scheduled Monday evenings at the St. James Anglican Church at 503 Park Avenue, in Beausejour, Manitoba for 7 PM – 9 PM.An old fashioned quilting bee meant getting together with neighbours and friends to create a quilt for a couple getting married or a new baby on the way. As a quilt was being made, bonds of friendship would be formed.Since September 2006 a group of ladies have been meeting to teach, learn and share their love of quilting with each other. Everyone is welcome regardless of age and skill level.The group was formed after several local ladies found that they had a common interest when attending the St. James Anglican Church Annual Quilt show. Our goal is to learn from each other and help anyone who wants to learn as well as just have some good old fashioned fun.If you wish to join us, or would like more information, please see our website or contact Melissa at (204) 268-3061 in the evenings only.
Snowcross held the first weekend of February, Ice oval races held the first weekend in March. Motocross scheduled in July and Double B Rodeo second weekend in Spetember. Grandstand, heated indoor washrooms, concession, beer gardens.
Rodeo is held the second weekend of September.
Includes rodeo, midway, cultural and children’s entertainment.
For more information visit us at:www.brokenheadag.ca
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