• annually presents a series of concerts plus sponsors art exhibits through the year.

Marilyn Kennedy

  • Local Artist

Bookenders - The Luseland Bookclub

- We are a group of ten women who meet several times a year to discuss various works of fiction.
- Our meetings are held the second Tuesday of every other month starting in October through June.
- Visit the Luseland Library for a complete reading list.
- We offer a guest membership.

Luseland Communities in Bloom

  • coordinates efforts to beautify our community.
  • Congratulations Luseland and area for obtaining four blooms in the Communities in Bloom program for 2003.
  • October 2004 -The results are in and the community of Luseland has been awarded 4 Blooms this year. The report included comments such as; " The maintenance on the landscape areas along Grand Ave. and planters is excellent. CONGRATULATIONS!" "The planting bed in front of the school is looking great.", "Clean back alleys, no garbage at lagoon, or parks.", ('The cemetery was very neat and tidy.", "The trees and grass in the elevator area were well maintained.", "Town staff are knowledgeable regarding town water and waste management.", "Good job with the new recycling programs.", " Your web site shows innovation and the fact that Luseland is keeping up with the times. CONGRATULATIONS!" The judges included suggestions of trees for the boulevard and street succession plantings. The committee has made the planting of trees a priority. Every member of our community deserves a thank you for the time and effort they put into keeping our town looking its best, not just on judging day, but every day of the year .
    • August 2006

    We are often asked...Did the judges like our town? The Communities in Bloom judges loved our town, but the marks won't be in until October. They had judged Luseland three years ago and were very interested in the improvements in the past three years. They took special note of the new town sign, the historical walking tour, and the additions to the outdoor classroom at the school. They also were interested in seeing the Prairie Park as it is something they only see in Luseland. The judging covers all areas of main street to back alleys, and the museum to the trout pond. They were very impressed with our well maintained cemetery and they felt our recycling program set an example for other communities of the same size to strive for. To quote the judges, ''You are competing only against yourselves, with success being marked by an improvement in our marks over other years." So we look forward to the report, as well as our mark. "

Pothole Productions

  • A community theatre group for adults 18 yrs & up, who produce and stage a live theatre production in the spring.

Prairie Sunset Embroiderers Guild

  • Meeting times - 2nd & 4th Monday of the month - 10:00 am - 3:00 pm, October - April.
  • Place: United Church Hall
  • All types of needlework

Contact: Shirley Chenier at (306) 372-4498


Luseland Garden Club

  • a group of avid gardeners who meet monthly to share gardening success and ideas, and hold seminars to promote landscaping. They also maintain the main street flower bed.
  • We meet the first Tuesday of the month at 10:00 a.m. in the United Church Hall .

Luseland Library Board

Luseland Despatch

  • the local monthly news publication, organized by a group of volunteers
  • the best way to find out what is happening this month in Luseland

Contact Prairie Impressions (Ashley & Lexie) Phone: 372-4404 -Fax: 372-4982 - Email:

Luseland Despatch, P.O. Box 61, LUSELAND, SK S0L 2A0

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Luseland District Museum

  • Our Museum is open Saturdays, May 1st - Oct. 15 from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm and other times by request. Wheelchair access
  • Our meetings are held the 1st Thursday of the month, April to Oct. @7:30 in the museum. New members are always welcome.
  • Attractions: Snow plane, early telephone switchboard, historical archives, nature section , Artifacts relating to early development of our district & province.

Contact: Val Finley - 372-4258

Prairie Sunset Music Festival Committee

  • the festival which includes band, vocal violin, guitar and piano is held in Luseland every three years.

Luseland Millennium Prairie Park

  • this group maintains the plot of native prairie in the canter of town, and updates information signage and the kiosk.

Luseland Quilter's Bee

  • avid quilters who meet every other Wednesday in the United Church hall. We go from 9:30 am - 4:00 pm.
  • Everyone Welcome.

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Adult Volleyball

  • Recreational adult volleyball is held at the school gym on Sundays from 7:00-9:00 p.m..
  • Cost is $3/night to play or $20.00 for the year.
  • Conact Karen Meier at 372-4520 or Phyllis German at 372-4526 for more information.


Luseland Curling Club

  • Operates a two sheets of artificial ice.
  • Leagues for every age
  • Men's Bonspiel - 2nd full week of January

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Luseland Skating Club

  • Provides Can-Skate, Skills and Stars program.
  • Ages 3 and Up
  • Professional Coaching

Anyone interested in enrolling their children for skating lessons contact Deanne Campbell @ 372-4806 or twilla Heintz @ 372-4545

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Luseland Multiple 4-H Club

Runs from September - June

General Leader - Vanessa Thrun

  • Exploring 4-H

Leaders: Stacey Thrun, (306) 358-4919 - Charleen Woodward (306) 372-4645

  • Dog Project

Leaders: Brad Magnus (306) 372-4575 - Shannon Cuthbert (306) 372 4437

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Bell Acres Golf & Country Club

features a beautiful 9-hole sand green course, on the outskirts of town.

Luseland/Dodsland Mallard Hockey Association


Luseland Minor Hockey Association

  • Teams represented from initiation to Senior level ages 4 and up.
  • Each team has their own practice time and game times

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Luseland Minor Ball

Click here to take you to the Luseland Minor Ball Website

  • We organize teams ranging from (Kindergarten) T-ball to Midget (19 yrs. old) for both boys and girls.


Luseland Wildlife Federation

  • Meetings are the 1st Tuesday of the month - September - June at 8:00 p.m. in the Luseland Legion Hall.
  • Annual Wildlife Supper held in January.

Contact: Brian honeker- (306) 372-4283



Canada Day Committee

  • organize a full slate of events for the July 1st holiday, providing fun for all ages

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Girl Guides of Canada.

  • the Luseland Guiding family includes solid year round programming for Sparks - Kindergaren & Grade 1, Brownies -Grade 2 & 3, and Guides - Grade 4,5,6.
  • Registration for the whole year is $115.00. For more information call Jean halliday - 372-4869

Luseland Theatre Inc. Click here for movies

  • an organization that runs the local theatre.

Legion Hall - Royal Canadian Legion Branch #146

  • Meetings are held the Second Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m.
  • Hall rental $75.00. Contact Brian Honeker 372-4283

Luseland Pioneer Club

  • organization for Seniors.
  • Provide many community services as well as a place for seniors to congregate and enjoy a game of cards and socialize.
  • The monthly Wellness Clinic is held here, with members doing the phoning and organizing. The Health Regiondoes thier Flu Vaccinations here, wth set up help from the volunteers.
  • Hold monthly potluck suppers and birthday parties are held
  • The Club can be rented for private functions, teas or other events. To rent call Lawrence Meier at 306-372-7693
  • Second Wednesday of every monthly Potluck supper

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Luseland Youth Group

Luseland Youth Group... what's that? click here to find out what's been happening:

Watch for fundraisers happening throughout the year!!

-Questions, comments or suggestions of future youth fundraisers & events, please contact: Kurt Anderson (372-4131) or Marilyn Kirk (372-4544).



Luseland Alliance Church

  • Worship Service - 11:00 a.m.

Contact: Pastor


  • Contact person: David Mellecke - 372-4217 or 372-4980
  • Sunday Services at 10:30 a.m.
  • Sunday School is at 9:30 a.m. each week during the winter months

St John's United Church

  • United Church Women - women's group, meet monthly.
  • To rent United Church Hall, Call Barb Klingler@ 372-4913

Superb Mennonite Church

  • church is 20 miles south of Luseland,
  • Sunday School - 10:00 am
  • Worship Service 11:00 am

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Jehovah's Witnesses

You are invited to a weekly program of Bible discussions.

Bible Discourse and Watchtower Study -talk and discussion on how the Bible relates to our times and how to apply its guidance in our lives

Congregation Bible Study, Theocratic Misistry School, and Service Meeting - Study of Bible topids and a progressive training course on how to teach the Bible.
SUNDAY - 10:00 a.m.
TUESDAY - 7:30 p..
300 Chipman St., Luseland, SK. S0L 2A0



Luseland Volunteer Fire Department

  • Meetings are the second Wednesday of the month.



Legion Park

Beautiful park with mature trees, a full block in size, in the centre of town. Also in the Legion park is the Swimming pool and playground.

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Luseland Millennium Prairie Park

  • a unique park dedicated to preserving a plot of native prairie located in the centre of Luseland. The Park includes an interpretive Kiosk and plant identification markers for dozens of native plants.

Luseland Fair Grounds

  • large well treed area, with concession booth, two open air buildings, two ball diamonds and ample area for other activities.

Luseland Memorial Arena

  • a character indoor skating and curling rink with artificial ice.

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Luseland Swimming Pool

excellent outdoor pool with 1 operating diving boards. Fully staffed all summer.

Luseland Homecoming Hall

Community hall with full kitchen facilities, bar, stage and dressing rooms.

The following are the Hall rental prices:
Just Floor (without Kitchen) $250.00, with Bar - 100.00 (pop machine extra), with Kitchen - $100 = Total for everything = $450.00
If needed for second day - $100
Damage Deposit of $500
To book the hall phone the Town Office at 372-4218

Policy and more information on renting

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Cross Country Ski Trails

  • several miles of groomed trails, west of town. (subject to weather).

Trout Ponds

  • Two ponds, one with a scenic view of Bell Acres Golf Course, fully stocked with rainbow trout.


  • Fully Staffed K-12 Schoo

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Luseland Housing

  • The Luseland Housing Authority consists of a combination of 20 houses, apartments and duplexes available for rent.
  • There are 14 senior units. Ten of these are one bedroom duplexes equipped with washer and dryer and four are two bedroom apartments located in Golden Lodge where there is a common lounge and laundry facilities.
  • Six, three bedroom family houses are managed by the Luseland Housing authority.
  • Rent for all units is approximately 30% of the tenant(s) gross monthly income with a maximum rent of $925 for a two bedroom suite and $860 for one bedroom units and $1040for a family house. Water, sewer and gas are provided free of charge for those living in senior housing. Plus, as an added bonus sidewalks are kept clear in the winter and the lawns are mowed in the summer at the senior residences..

It is senior living at its finest.

For more information contact Karen Mitzel, Manager at (306) 372-4390...

Community Organizations

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Luseland Figure Skating Club
Luseland Garden Club
Luseland Library Board
Luseland Mallard Hockey Association
Legion Park Superb Mennonite Church
Luseland Minor Ball
Luseland Airport Luseland Minor Hockey Association  
Luseland Alliance Church Luseland Multiple 4-H Club  
Luseland Arts Council Luseland Pioneer Club  
 Luseland Bible Camp Luseland Quilter's Bee  
Luseland Communities in Bloom Luseland School
Luseland Community Ensemble Luseland Swimming Pool  
Luseland Curling Club Luseland Theatre Inc  
Luseland Despatch Luseland Tumbleweeds Square Dance Club  
Luseland District Museum    
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