Wherever possible a link to the organization’s website has been provided. Note: These links will take you out of the Morden website.
Back 40 Folk Festival
See website for details
Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Morden/Winkler
Office: 379 Stephen Street, Morden / 254 Main Street, Winkler
Mailing: Box 450, Winkler, R6W 4A6
Tel: 204-325-9707 Fax: 204-325-6308
Email: Michael Penner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Boundary Trails Health Auxilliary – Morden Chapter
149 – 10th Street, Morden, MB, R6M 1E6
Contact: Margaret-Ann Popplestone Email
Corn & Apple Festival
200 – 379 Stephen Street
Morden, Manitoba. R6M 1V1
Telephone: 204-823-CORN (2676)
Festival of the Arts
Box 493, Morden, Manitoba, R6M 1A5
See website for more details
Morden Christmas Cheer
The Christmas Cheer Board is a group of volunteers who deliver hampers of food & gifts to families & individuals who need a bit of help during the Christmas season. The Board raises funds and solicits donations of food & supplies that are used to fill the hampers.Website – Morden Christmas Cheer
Email – email@example.com
Phone – 204-823-4444 (phone is only active during December) Morden
Community Thrift Shop
220 North Railway St
Proceeds from the thrift store go to support community projects and organizations. The thrift store can always use volunteers! Stop by the store for a volunteer application.
Morden & District Chamber of Commerce
100 – 379 Stephen Street, Morden, MB, R6M 1V1
Morden & District Lions Club
The Lions Club is a community service organization that contributes to the well being of a wide variety causes in and around Morden. The primary focus of the Lions is to aid in vision related efforts but also assists in areas of hearing, civic pride and personal mobility aids. The Club meets on the first & third Monday of the month at 7:00pm at the Access Event CentreWebsite: http://www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/mordenmb/index.php
Morden & District Horticultural Society
514 Stephen Street, Morden
Join us for education, fun and new ideas.
Email: Nancy Penner
Morden Area Foundation
100 – 379 Stephen Street, Morden, MB, R6M 1V1
Morden Elks Lodge
166 Pembina Drive, Morden, MB. R6M 1H3
Henry J. Penner
Morden Historical Society
Morden Youth For Christ Drop In Centre (THE WAREHOUSE)
809 Stephen Street, Morden, MB, R6M 1G2 –
John Rempel – Executive Director
Phone: 204-822-8085 M.S. Society – Morden Office
101 – 400 Stephen Street, Morden, MB
Pembina Hills Arts Centre
352 Stephen Street, Morden, MB,
Phone: 204-822-6026 Pembina Valley Bible Camp
R.R. 1, Darlingford
Pembina Valley Humane Society Inc.
462 Jefferson Street, Box 414, Morden, MB, R6M 1A5
Pembina Valley Linux User Group
This is a not-for-profit group. Group membership is totally free, and open to anyone in the Pembina Valley that is interested in using Linux and free open source software as an alternative computer operating system !
Poor Theatre Company
C/O Jeremy Rampton – 4 Frances Drive, Morden, MB., R6M 1R6
Contacts: Gerald Pauls 204-822-5399; Tiffany Tilley 204-822-4609;
Jeremy Rampton 204-822-5627; Reid Sloan 204-822-4604
Royal Canadian Legion – Branch #11
285 North Railway St. Morden, MB
Phone: 204-822-4122 Scouts Canada – Morden Contact (Beavers, Cubs & Scouts)
Mr. L. Lovatt – 204-822-3557
Thornhurst Community Options Inc.
Contact: Managing Director – Laraine Hunt
Cell: 204-823-0743 Tel: 204-822-3392 Fax: 204-822-6721
Thornhurst Community Options is a privately-owned agency providing support to adults living with mental disabilities. They are solely funded by the Province of Manitoba, Family Services and Housing, Adult Services and Community Living.
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) – Chapter #2059
Meetings held every Tuesday at South Central Regional Library (514 Stephen Street, Morden, MB) from 4:45-6:00 p.m.
All are welcome to attend.
Phone: (204) 822-5686
Email: Linda Kirk
United Way of Morden and District
114 Nelson St. , Morden, MB, R6M 1S6
WESTMAN JEEP ASSOCIATION – Morden & Area District 4 “B Patrol”
“The WJA is a small, family orientated, community minded, and environmentally conscious group of Jeep owners who are interested in changing the stereotype image of Four Wheel Drive enthusiasts. We welcome new Jeep owners to join our ranks and learn the ins and outs of using their Jeep for what it was built in a safe and controlled environment. Likewise long time Jeepers are welcome to share their skills and experience. Our Members’ experience ranges from extensive to minimal likewise our collection of Jeeps range from stock to purpose built and practically every model of Jeep from 1980’s to present. Come stop by and meet the crew at our monthly meet & greet at Dairy Queen in Morden on the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm, or call Ed D4 “B” Patrol Leader at 823-1121. You can also log onto our website forums and meet the crew from across western Manitoba!”
Contact: Ed Friesen – D4 “B” Patrol Leader – Westman Jeep Association