Community Groups


We are excited to announce a special new resource to support Alberta’s not-for-profit sector.

Introducing Michele Aasgard

AUMA recognizes that not-for-profits are a vital part of the fabric of our communities. Accordingly, we are delighted to welcome Michele Aasgard to the newly created role of Director of Client Development, Not-for-profit. Michele brings a commitment to AUMA’s important not-for-profit Associate members, supporting their ongoing development as vibrant contributors to the communal good.

Prior to starting at AUMA in March, Michele spent 16 years as Executive Director of the Alberta Community and Cooperative Association. Her rich experience in and extensive knowledge of not-for-profits ensures AUMA is best positioned to meet your community’s needs and expectations.


How Michele Can Help Not-for-Profits

All our members are important to us, regardless of the sector they work in. Michele’s collaborative efforts will assist AUMA in creating a resource hub to help not-for-profits build a stronger community. Furthermore, Michele will help AUMA develop inexpensive flexible business services meeting their unique needs, such as tailored employee benefits products that may otherwise be unobtainable or cost prohibitive.

Last week we announced the not-for-profit Board Development Program in partnership with the Government of Alberta. This is a free educational opportunity delivered by board governance experts.

Please watch for new information, services, and opportunities to collaborate with Michele. When you forward this e-mail to your local organizations, you will be helping your community thrive. We invite you to visit our special new not-for-profits webpage at

You can contact Michele at or by calling her direct at 780.989.7403. She would love to hear from you!

Additionally, please follow AUMA on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, and subscribe to our weekly Digest newsletter for updates.

Yours truly,

Dan Rude | Chief Executive Officer

D: 780.431.4535 | C: 780.951.3344 | E: 

Alberta Municipal Place | 300-8616 51 Ave Edmonton, AB T6E 6E6

Toll Free: 310-AUMA | 877-421-6644 |   


Onoway and District Historical Guild/Onoway Museum/Onoway Heritage Center


To maintain and operate the Onoway Museum and Onoway Heritage Centre located in the Old Brick School. To record and preserve the history of Onoway and area through collection and exhibition of artifacts relating to local history, identifying and signing historical sites, and recording and publishing histories of the area.  To provide a community meeting facility where organizations and groups can meet in a classroom or gym for a regular or single-event basis.
Onoway Museum
Open:  May - August 31

Monday - Friday 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

September - April - Tuesdays 10:00 am - 3:00 am

September - June  A personal or group visit can be arranged by phoning

780-967-5263 or 780-967-2338

or by emailing

Gym and classrooms available for rent.

Street Address:    4708 Lac Ste. Anne Trail North       Facility Phone:     780- 967-1015
Mailing Address:  Box 1368, Onoway, Alberta T0E 1V0

Contact:      Terry Slemko, Past President           Phone:         780-967-5263

Contact:      Hazel Bourke, President                  Phone:        780-967-2338

Contact:      Brian Turnbull, Vice President          Phone:        780-967-2336


The 2010 PathFinders Book (a history of Onoway and Rich Valley) is now available on the Onoway and  District Historical Guild website.



Onoway Community Hall Rental available.
Contact:  Christine for Bookings          Phone:    780-691-0772


Hours: Tuesday 1:30pm-7:30pm, 
Wednesday/Friday 10:30am-4:30pm, Saturday 10:30am-2:30pm

Closed on Saturday's of Long Weekends.

Street Address:   4708 Lac Ste Anne Trail North in the Onoway Heritage Centre  

Mailing Address:  Box 484, Onoway, Alberta T0E 1V0 

Contact:    Kelly Huxley, Librarian   

 Phone    967-2445  Fax:  1-888-467-1389  Email:

Onoway Public Library Website



The Legion is open to the public:  

Wednesdays 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. for "Games"
(pool, shuffleboard, darts, cards, etc.) - during June, July & August

September to May, Tuesday is drop in for darts at the cost of $3.00. 

Wednesday is drop in pool for $5.00.

Fridays 3:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Friday night family friendly dinners start at 5:30 p.m.

The Legion have meat draws, Nevadas & Chase the Queen 50/50.

Check the Lac Ste Anne Bulletin for weekly menus.

Check out our Facebook Page

Legion #132 Facebook


Street Address:   4808 50th Street, Onoway

Contact:    Ted/Donna Latimer        

Phone:      780-967-4980

Onoway & District Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce Facebook page


Chamber of Commerce Website

Onoway Chamber