Community Organizations

There are numerous Non Profit Organizations in Falkland, play a positive role in our residents’ daily lives by making a positive impact on their wellbeing and helping residents feel a sense of attachment to our town.  The goal of our  Community Organizations is to increase residents’ level of attachment to the community through culture, connection and engagement. 


Falkland and District Community Association

Established in 1929, The Community Association goals is to promote social interaction and economic development throughout the  area. They are responsible for the running the Falkland Stampede grounds, curling rink, Skating rink and Community Hall.

Falkland Elementary PAC

The School Parent Advisory Committee’s role is to provide advice and assistance to school administrators and educators relating to the Academic Achievement Plan, programs, activities, resources and services in order to help the school attain its goal of providing each child with the best education possible.

Falkland & District Sunday Morners Club

2948 Churchill Rd, PO Box 91

Falkland, BC V0E 1W0

Ph: 250.379.2751


Falkland Museum & Heritage Park

The park is 2 acres and features buildings and artifacts relevant to the area’s history. Explore the Hamer Cabin which is an actual 1800’s sod roofed pioneer cabin, the 1931 built Catholic church or the old Gypsum mine loading stations down by the railway tracks. 

Faith Mission Bible Camp & Retreat Centre

The Faith mission Bible camp and Retreat Centre is located just outside of Falkland BC.  Where they host Youth groups as well as family, children and adult retreats

Monte Lake Outdoor Life Club

MLOLC is a Registered Society that operates and maintains a local Gun Range for members in Monte Lake, Falkland and Westwold. It is located in Westwold BC.

Falkland Seniors Hall Branch #95

Falkland Seniors Branch #95 began in 1973 to advocate for our seniors rights, needs, and interests.

Falkland & District Community Church & Fellowship Society

In 1987, several churches together with community-minded citizens, agreed to build a non-denominational community church and fellowship society, to be a community facility.

1st Falkland Guiding Unit

SPARKS (5-6);BROWNIES (7-8); GUIDES (9-11);PATHFINDERS (12-14)