Community Contact List
Extensive list of Clubs and Associations in Yellowknife.
Yellowknife Association for Community Living
The Yellowknife Association for Community Living is a non-profit organization that supports families, children, youth, and adults with intellectual disabilities so that they are included and contribute to community life in the Northwest Territories.
Yellowknife Business and Professional Women's Association.
We exist to promote the interests of Yellowknife business and professional women, to work toward the advancement of women in business, professionals, industry and government and to enable society to make the best use of the talents of its members.
Yellowknife Guild of Arts & Crafts
When the Yellowknife Guild of Crafts first began, women joined because they were new in town or because they needed to share their art with others, or because it offered an excuse to get out of the house once a month to socialize. The reasons people join today are not much different. "The Guild" is as important now in this city of 18,000 as it was when Yellowknife was a conglomeration of mining camps with only 3,000 people.
Yellowknife Multisport Club
The Yellowknife Multisport Club promotes fitness in our community through fun events. We organize and promote running, mountain bike and multisport events.
Yellowknife Polar Bear Swim Club
Welcome to the wonderfull world of competitive swimming. Incorporated in 1975, the Yellowknife Polar Bear Swim Club (YKPBSC) provides young people in Yellowknife with an opportunity to participate in the exciting world of competitive swimming from the beginner to advanced levels.
Yellowknife Quilters Guild
The Yellowknife Quilters are a very active and progressive group of quilters who range from traditional quilters all the way up to fabric artists.
Yellowknife Search and Rescue
Yellowknife Search and Rescue (YKSAR) is a membership association comprised of un-paid volunteers - all active or interested in search and rescue, disaster aid, emergency medicine and awareness education. We are actively working towards the development of improved coordination and communications among federal, provincial, local and other volunteer groups.
NWT Squash Racquet Association
NWTSRA would like to expand the game of squash in as many northern communities as possible and to make squash available to any youth who wishes to participate.
Rotary Club of Yellowknife
The Rotary Club of Yellowknife is always looking for interesting guest speakers. If you or your group would like to speak at one of our lunch meetings, please visit our website.
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