Community Learning Network
The Community Learning Network provides leadership, support, and resources for 81 Community Adult Learning Councils across Alberta. We are governed by a Board of Directors and are supported by the Community Programs Branch of Alberta Advanced Education and Technology.
Centre for Family Literacy
The Centre for Family literacy is dedicated to helping families grow and prosper. Our programs, training and research help Alberta families achieve what they imagine - improved education, jobs and health.
Working to raise literacy Levels in the province, Literacy Alberta provides resources and information to researchers, practitioners, tutors, students and the general public.
Drumheller and District Further Education
250 Centre Street
Henday Association for Lifelong Learning
2, 4407 - 49 Street
Campus Alberta Central
Campus Alberta Central distance learning opportunities suit your life and your busy schedule, so wherever you are, you’re connected. And whenever you’re connected, you’re learning.
eCampusAlberta is your connection to more than 700 online courses and 60 programs offered by 16 Alberta post-secondary institutions, including provincially accredited certificates, diplomas and applied degrees.
It’s hard work building communities. KnowledgeConnector makes it easier. KnowledgeConnector is for people who work in the voluntary / non-profit sector who wish to gain leadership skills and access learning opportunities in their community.
The Business Link
The Business Link - Alberta's Business Information Service.
Other Useful Links
Golden Prairie Parent Link
Connecting parents/caregivers with children 0-6 years with free programs and services in the Drumheller, Hanna and Kneehill Regions.
Three Hills Arts Academy
The Three Hills Arts Academy Society is a non-profit community arts organization, with charity status. Serving Three Hills and surrounding area for fifteen years, our motto is "to create and grow together”.
Established in March 1981 under the Libraries Act of Alberta, Marigold Library System offers public library service to 220,274 residents in south-central Alberta:
423 Main Street