Clubs and Churches

Renfrew offers a large variety of clubs as well as numerous churches for most every religion. Below is a detailed list of clubs and organizations followed by a church directory.

 

Clubs

Badminton Club 

Renfrew Armouries
115 Veterans Memorial
Renfrew, ON
Wardie Anderson
(t) 613-432-2210
(e) tturner_36@sympatico.ca

Adult - Competitive, Coed

 

Champlain Seniors
Marg Crozier
(t) 613-432-2560

Champlain Seniors Bingo every Wednesday 7 p.m. at the Air Force Wing.

 

Renfrew Seniors Club 51
The Recreational Centre
67 Argyle St
Renfrew, ON
Shirley Deacon
(t) 613-401-5329

Meets Tuesdays at 7:00pm.  Admission is $3.00.  Four hand euchre, 50/50 draw and light lunch available.  Anyone 50 yrs and up is welcome to join.  Membership is $5.00 per year.

 

Beavers/Cub and Scouts
Christie Freemark
(t) 613-433-8262
(i) www.scouts.ca

Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers seven challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada. Over 74,000 young people enjoy Scouts Canada’s programs, which are provided by 23,000 caring and dedicated volunteers. Scouts Canada’s national office is located in Ottawa. Scouts Canada is a not-for-profit organization (Charitable Registration No. 10776 1694 RR0028) and a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement.

 

Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation
P.O. Box 370
Renfrew, ON
(t) 1-866-883-2363
(f) 613-432-9491
(e) info@cemf.ca
(i) www.cemf.ca

CEMF provides scholarships to Canadian women studying engineering in programs accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.

 

Catholic Women's League
(O.L.F. Parish)

Pauline Hughes, President
(t) 613-432-8313
(f)613-432-6503

 

Coffee Break
Women’s community Bible study each Wednesday 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Hebron Christian Reformed Church, Albert Street. These Bible studies bring courage, hope and growth into your every day life, and many new friends. Little ones enjoy Storyhour with very enthusiastic young people. Nursery for infants.

 

Community Living Renfrew County South
326 Raglan St S
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-6763
(f) 613-432-9465
(e) commliving@clrcs.com
(i) www.clrcs.com

Proud Renfrew & Area Chamber of Commerce Member
Working with others to improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities.

 

Freemasons of Canada in Ontario
Renfrew Lodge No. 122

Apt. 17, 340 Raglan St. S,
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-4837

 

Heart & Stroke Foundation 
(t) 613-345-6183

 

Heritage Renfrew
National Library and Archives Canada Bldg
770 Gibbons Rd
Renfrew, Ontario

1 p.m to 3 p.m, Mondays and Wednesdays
heritagerenfrew@gmail.com

Heritage Renfrew which sponsors Renfrew Archives is a non-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to preserving, enhancing, recognizing and sharing the history and culture of Renfrew and area.

 

Jr. "B" Hockey League
Doug Miller
(t) 613-432-5137

 

Knights of Columbus
P.O. Box 863,
494 Raglan St S
Renfrew, ON
Brian Proux
(t) 613-432-3377
(i) www.kofc.org/un/en/index.html

The Knights was formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works.

 

LAFT Players (Theatre Group)
Karen Abbott
(t) 613-433-5795
(e) kkabbott@sympatico.ca

Proud Member of the Renfrew & Area Chamber of Commerce *

 

Lung Association of Renfrew County
2319 St. Laurent Blvd., Suite 500 (@Thurston Dr)
Ottawa, ON 
(t) 613-230-4200
(f) 613-230-5210
(e) ottawa@on.lung.ca
(i) www.on.lung.ca

The Lung Association assists, educates and empowers individuals living with or caring for others with lung disease. We do this through our many lung health programs and services that are available to people and healthcare providers across the province.

 

Ma-Te-Way Activity Centre
Ma-Te-Way Park
Ma-Te-Way Dr
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-3033

This facility is suitable for larger events such as community dances, wedding receptions, family reunions, retirement parties, Christmas parties, auctions, business meetings, trade shows and conventions. This facility is licensed and a bar service will be provided by the Town if required by the renter. As well, a kitchen is provided for caterers to set up for catered functions. Spacious parking is provided on a paved lot with easy access.

 

Municipal Aquatics Centre Committee
M Buxton
(t) 613-433-3134

 

Opeongo Bowlodrome Ltd.
233 Raglan St
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-6864

Proud Member of the Renfrew & Area Chamber of Commerce
5-pin Bowling alley in Renfrew. Seniors' bowling is available.

 

Ottawa Valley Tai Chi
Dan Graham
(t) 613-732-9689
(i) www.ottawavalleytaichi.ca

The Upper Ottawa Valley Tai Chi Club provides traditional Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan classes to beginners‚ intermediate and advanced learners.
The introduction of weapons such as the sword‚ fan (shown above) and staff add a different dimension to benefit your tai chi study. Not to mention FUN! Keeping your exercise routine fun and new will ensure your continued practice and in turn keep you strong and healthy.

 

Quilter's Guild
Mary Norman
(t) 613-432-8603

The Quilters Guild of Renfrew and Area meets 1 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday from September to June, Renfrew Recreation Centre. Beginners welcome.

 

Renfrew Area Horticultural Society
(i) www.gardenontario.org

 

Renfrew Art Guild
Diana Wakely
(t) 613-433-3635
(e) wakely@nrtco.net
(i) www.renfrewartguild.com

A diverse group of roughly 40 artists that work in all mediums from watercolour, pencil, oil, digital art to metal sculpture.  The members are from Renfrew, Braeside, Burnstown, Calabogie, Douglas, Golden Lake, Eganville, Arnprior and the Pontiac in Quebec. The Guild has held very successful art exhibitions in Renfrew and Calabogie.  The Calabogie show is now a well-established exhibition held the first weekend of October. We always welcome new members.  If you are interested please feel free to attend one of our meetings held the first Tuesday of each month at St. Andrew's Church, 291 Plaunt Street, Renfrew, ON

 

Renfrew & Area Seniors' Home Support  Inc.
180 Plaunt St S-Unit #3
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-7691
(e) moreinfo@seniorshomesupport.ca
(i) www.seniorshomesupport.ca

Proud Member of the Renfrew & Area Chamber of Commerce
Since 1987 our mission has been to assist seniors and adults with disabilities to remain as active as possible for as long as possible in the own homes and communities.  We do so by providing an array of practical services such as:  Transportation, Home Maintenance, Friendly Visiting, Telephone Security Checks, Meal Programs, and Intervention and Assistance. 

 

Renfrew & Area Chamber of Commerce
161 Raglan St. S
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-7015
(f) 613-432-7015
(e) info@renfrewareachamber.ca
(i) www.renfrewareachamber.ca

Information on businesses, tourism, coming events, services and economic development within the Town of Renfrew.

 

Renfrew & District Museum Society
P.O. Box 544, Arthur Ave
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-2129 June to September
(t) 613-432-7015 October to May
(e) museum@renfrewmuseum.ca
(i) www.renfrewmuseum.ca

Proud Member of the Renfrew & Area Chamber of Commerce
The Museum houses pioneer tools and machinery, a military section, a doll exhibit, as well as toys, Victorian clothing and household items

 

Renfrew Amateur Wrestling Club
P.O. Box 769
Renfrew, ON
Grant Lavallee
(t) 613-432-3138
(e) info@rawc.renfrew.on.ca
(i) www.rawc.renfrew.on.ca

The Renfrew Amateur Wrestling Club was established to promote, foster, and teach the sport of amateur Olympic-style wrestling and to provide the maximum opportunity for all members to participate. We strive to develop community spirit, and encourage sportsmanship and good fellowship amongst all participants to the betterment of their physical, mental and social well-being.

 

Renfrew Camera Club
Bill Campbell
(t) 613-432-7409

The Renfrew Camera Club meets Sept.- June on the 2nd and 4th Wed. of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Board Room

 

Renfrew Curling Club
195 Xavier St
Renfrew ON
(t) 613-432-5001
(f) 613-432-5001
(e) renfrewcurlingclub@bellnet.ca
(i) www.renfrewcurlingrink.ovca.com

Proud Member of the Renfrew & Area Chamber of Commerce
Not sure how you will like Curling? Check us out! By joining us for one of our Club Bonspiels. They are fun, non-competitive and a great way to enjoy your first try at the sport. One to one instruction can be offered prior to your first game and equipment can be supplied.

 

Renfrew Fair Board/Agricultural Society
Judy Dobec
(t) 613-432-5331
(e) contact@renfrewfair.com
(i) www.renfrewfair.com 

We are known as the,"The greatest fair in the Ottawa Valley since 1853." It is an exciting five days with ample amount of activities such as: Livestock Shows, Beef & Dairy Shows, Heavy & Light Horse Shows, 4-H & Interclubs, Swine & Lambs, Many More Livestock events, Exhibits, Art, Domestic Science, Women's Institute Displays, Floriculture, Fruit, Vegetables, Junior Classes, Needlework and so much more..

 

Renfrew Golf Club
1108 Golf Course Rd
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-2485 Ext 226
(t) 1-888-805-3739 Ext 226
(f) 613-432-8494
(i) www.renfrewgolf.com

This beautiful, friendly, yet challenging, course lies in one of the most scenic areas of the Ottawa Valley. There are many high viewpoints where you can view lush farmland, mature forests and the Bonnechere River watershed. Originally, a nine hole course created in 1929 on the old Peever farm, this course offers golfers of all levels fun, excitement and challenges.

 

Renfrew Industrial Commission
1 Innovation Dr.
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-5813
(f) 613-432-9042
(e) dave@redc.ca
(i) www.redc.ca

The Renfrew Industrial Commission (RIC) has been successfully developing industry and business while promoting Renfrew as a place to visit, live and do business for over 50 years. Its work is often carried out behind the scenes but through ongoing partnering with municipal leaders, planners and entrepreneurs and government, success is reflected in the ever changing face of the town.

An independent and self-supporting corporation, the Commission is governed by a board of directors  representative of the industrial and business sectors of the community.  Day to day operation and regional outreach is managed from the executive director’s office located at the Renfrew Innovation Centre located on the O’Brien Road business corridor and entrance to the town. The Commission has a longstanding mandate to attract new industry, employers and visitors  to the community, while supporting the economic platform for existing business and residential growth.

 

Renfrew Kinettes
Annete Miller
(t) 613-432-4100
(e) kinhq@kincanada.ca
(i)  www.kincanada.ca

Kin Canada is the nation's largest all-Canadian service club organization. More than 500 Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin clubs across the country work to better their communities, enhance the well-being of Canadians and improve the environment. Since its founding in 1920, Kin Canada clubs have donated more than $1 billion to Canadian causes and communities.

 

Renfrew Kinsmen Club
Richard Cloutier
(t) 613-433-9138
(e) kinhq@kincanada.ca
(i) www.kincanada.ca

Kin Canada is the nation's largest all-Canadian service club organization. More than 500 Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin clubs across the country work to better their communities, enhance the well-being of Canadians and improve the environment. Since its founding in 1920, Kin Canada clubs have donated more than $1 billion to Canadian causes and communities.

 

Renfrew Lionettes
P.O. Box 205
Renfrew, ON
(i)  www.lionsclubs.org

Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That's because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy. Our 46,000 clubs and 1.35 million members make us the world's largest service club organization.

 

Renfrew Lions Club Inc.
P.O. Box 205
Renfrew, Ontario  K7V 4A3
(i)  www.lionsclubs.org

Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That's because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy. Our 46,000 clubs and 1.35 million members make us the world's largest service club organization.

 

Renfrew Loyal Orange Lodge #1384
151 June Street N.
Renfrew, Ontario K7V 2K2
Norman Eady (613-432-4200)
Keith Clifford (613-646-2451)

Working together of the betterment of family, community & country.

 

Renfrew Pony Club
Renfrew, ON
(e) tuckere@bell.net
(i) www.canadianponyclub.org

The Canadian Pony Club is an organization run by volunteers for young people up to 25 years of age who are interested in riding, learning about, and/or caring for horses or ponies. We have about 3000 members in about 180 Branches from coast to coast in Canada. World wide, the Pony Club is in at least 20 other countries with over 100,000 members!

 

Rotary Club of Renfrew
318 Albert Street
Renfrew, Ontario  K7V 1V5
Mike Laverty
(t) 613-432-4981
(f) 613-432-7589
(e) info@renfrewrotary.on.ca
(i)  www.renfrewrotary.on.ca

Proud Renfrew & Area Chamber of Commerce Member The mission of The Rotary Foundation is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty. The Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation supported solely by voluntary contributions from Rotarians and friends of the Foundation who share its vision of a better world.

 

Renfrew Silver Seniors Club
Renfrew Legion
(t) 613-432-2582

Renfrew Silver Seniors darts every Monday at 1 p.m. at the Renfrew Legion.

 

Renfrew Tennis Club
Kathleen Wilson
(t) 613-433-3343
(e) theirv@canoemail.com
(i) www.imaginetennis.com/tennis-clubs/renfrewtennisclub

We are a friendly group of tennis enthusiasts that play at Renfrew Tennis Club in Renfrew. We have a full calendar of throughout the season. Contact our club secretary for a list of dates and venues.

 

Renfrew Toastmaster's Club
(t) 613-649-2950

Proud Member of the Renfrew & Area Chamber of Commerce
Renfrew Toastmaster's Club meets on Monday nights, September to June from 7:00 - 9:00   Contact Fran Watson at 649-2950 or visit webpage www.franwatson.ca/ToastmastersRenfrew.html

In keeping with the concept of a "Club", Toastmasters is not a course of study but an opportunity for members to self-pace and focus on those goals which are of importance to them. Every meeting each member will have at least one opportunity to voluntarily speak in public - that public being the club membership. These speaking opportunities vary from short prepared speeches, to impromptu speaking, to emceeing, to just introducing yourself, all in a very supportive environment.

 

Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron
164 Argyle St S
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-4863
(i) www.cadets.ca

OUR MISSION
To safely and efficiently implement the cadet training program in Central Region. Central Region covers the area from the Quebec/ Ontario border to Sault Ste. Marie (Ottawa area air cadet squadrons report to Eastern Region.) The region supports 271 sea, army and air cadet corps and squadrons involving over 15,000 cadets.

 

R.C.A.F. #433 Champlain Wing
164 Argyle St S
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-4485
(f) 613-432-4485
(e) 433wing@nrtco.net

 

Renfrew Legion, Branch 148
30 Raglan St S
Renfrew, ON
(t) 613-432-6450
(e) renfrew.legion@bellnet.ca

 

Sport Renfrew 
164 Argle St S
Renfrew, ON

Proud Member of the Renfrew & Area Chamber of Commerce
Sport Renfrew Bingo every Sunday in the AFAC Wing at 7 p.m. The jackpot is $1,000 on the first Sunday of each month, and $800 every other Sunday. Proceeds go back into the community.

 

St. John's Ambulance
470 O'Brien Rd
Renfrew, ON
(t)  613-433-3749
(t) 1-800-519-8117
(i) www.sja.ca

Centre for Training, First Aid, CPR, AED Training, Youth & Adult Programs,
Call for Medical First Response Service at Your Community Event

 

Tourist Information Bureau
190 Mask Rd. At O'Brien Rd.
Renfrew, Ontario  K7V 3Z2
(t) 613-432-9086

Located at the corner of O'Brien and Mask Roads. From Highway 17, take O'Brien exit to Renfrew. Just after you pass the Renfrew Inn on the right, there is a caboose on the left. The visitor centre is the little hut behind the caboose.

 

Upper Ottawa Valley Property Owners Association
President
Kevin MacWilliams -President
David Hollands - Treasurer 
(t) 613-735-6088
(e) bauto@nrtco.net
(i)  www.valleylandlords.ca

The Upper Ottawa Valley Property Owner's Association has 65 members throughout the Upper Ottawa Valley in communities from Arnprior to Deep River. THE UPPER OTTAWA VALLEY PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT BRINGS OWNERS TOGETHER TO SHARE EXPERIENCES AND INFORMATION OF A COMMON INTEREST

 

Victoria Hospital Auxiliary 
(t) 613-432-4851 Ext. 263
(i) www.renfrewhosp.com/rvh_auxiliary.php

 

White Water Snow Goer's Snowmobile Club
(e) whitewater@snowcountryscsa.ca 
(i) www.snowcountryscsa.ca

NOW COUNTRY OFSC DISTRICT 6 is dedicated to providing leadership and support to District 6 snowmobile clubs, to establish and maintain quality snowmobile trails throughout the region in conjunction with its member clubs and associates, that will be used in a safe and environmentally responsible manner to further promote the enjoyment of snowmobiling.

 

Yoga with Mary
Heartsong Yoga Studio

18 Renfrew Ave W
Renfrew, ON
(t) 439-7346
(e) elizabeth@heartsongyogapilates.ca
(i) www.heartsongyogapilates.ca

Pilates YOGA Well-Being
BODY * MIND * SPIRIT
"An Oasis of Energy, a Sanctuary of Calm...."

 


 

Renfrew Churches

St. Paul’s Anglican Church
96 Argyle St.
613-432-3062

Christian Reformed Church
431 Albert St.
613-432-7607

Calvary Penecostal Church
56 Wrangler
613-432-6785

Renfrew Presbyterian Church
460 Raglan St. S.
613-432-5452

Our Lady of Fatima Roman Catholic Church
100 Lisgar Ave. W.
613-432-8525

St. Francis Xavier Church
331 Plaunt St.
613-432-5825

Trinity St. Andrews United Church
291 Plaunt St. S.
613-432-2285

St. James Lutheran Church
66 Elgin St. E.
613-432-7607

 

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