Clubs and Groups
Whatever your interest - Outlook has something for everyone!
Contact the Town Office at (306) 867-8663 to have your listing added to this site.
Arts & Culture:
Outlook & District Arts Council
As a member of the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC) touring exhibitions as well as local art are featured at the Gallery of Outlook. The Gallery of Outlook is in the Town Office Building at 400 Saskatchewan Avenue W. Watch for information on the various upcoming shows. For further information contact: Suzanne Hebert at (307) 867-8400 or email@example.com.
Outlook's own very busy theatre group provides entertainment at least twice a year. If you are interested in joining contact Maureen Weiterman at (306) 867-9853 or visit our Facebook Page at: Equinox Theatre Outlook or check out Instagram at equinoxtheatreoutlook.
Outlook School of Dance
Vibrant and young School of Dance offering many disciplines of dance including Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Lyrical Hip Hop, and Mordern. For more information please visit our Facebook Page at: Outlook School of Dance or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Outlook & District Chamber of Commerce
The Outlook and District Chamber of Commerce is an organization to promote all businesses in Outlook and provide a networking opportunity for those business owners. They meet on the 1st Thursday of every month at 12:00 Noon in the Remax Shoreline Realty Boardroom (downstairs) at 305 Saskatchewan Avenue W. Their slogan is "Locally Minded - Locally Supported" and they work with other groups in the community to help make Outlook a better place to live, work and do business. Email the Chamber at: email@example.com or visit their website
Outlook Toastmasters Club
The Outlook Toastmasters Club is a member of Toastmasters International whose club mission is to provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth. Meetings are at normally every second wednesday (depending on work schedules) at 12:00 Noon in the Saskatchewan Agriculture Boardroom at the West entrance to the Town Office Building at 400 Saskatchewan Avenue W. If you are interested, please contact Joel Peru at (306) 867-5528
T.O.P.S.(Take Off Pounds Sensibly)
TOPS is a not-for-profit weight loss program that meets at 5:30 p.m. on Thursdays at the Outlook High School Staff Room at 505 Franklin Street. For more information Contact: Helen Robinson at (306) 867-3238.
Walk This Way
Safe indoor walking and exercises at the Outlook Civic Centre at 520 Semple Street on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. Classes are led by Stephanie Fusnik, a certified Exercise Therapist. For more information Contact Cathy at (306) 867-2672 Ext. 2208
Outlook and District Heritage Centre
The Heritage Centre on Railway Avenue W is set up as a recreation and meeting area for seniors 50+. They offer Bridge, Pool, Games, Shuffling, Cribbage and Horseshoe/Washer Toss during the week and are always looking for new members. Check the Events Calendar on the Homepage of this website for information. To join the Heritage Centre Contact Leo Whyte (President) at (306) 867-9688 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Hall Rentals contact either Jean at (306) 867-9755 or Leo at (306) 867-9688.
Service Groups and Clubs:
Outlook Fire Department
The Outlook Fire Department (OFD) operates out of the Town of Outlook from the hall located at the intersection of McKenzie St and Saskatchewan Ave.
The OFD consists of 20 volunteer members from the community. Our members have varying degrees of training and experience in many different aspects of fire and rescue disciplines.
The OFD responds to, but not limited to, structure fires, grass/wild-fires, motor vehicle collisions/accidents as well as medical calls when requested.
We serve the community, surrounding areas and have mutual aid agreements with other fire departments in the area.
The OFDs fleet includes a town fire engine, rural fire engine, aerial/ladder truck, rescue van as well as a fast response vehicle. Training is ongoing, whether it is in house, private contractors or the Saskatchewan Volunteer Fire Fighters Association.
Our meetings/practices are the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month.
Visit their Facebook page for more information.
Outlook Kinsmen Club
The Kinsmen Group of Outlook is a group of community minded people that enjoy socializing and volunteering.
Our Motto: "Serving the Communities Greatest Need"
Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays each month at the Outlook Civic Centre.
2020-2021 President: Don Hurd 306-867-3142, email@example.com, or message the Facebook page.
Please visit our Facebook page for more information.
Open to new members at any time!
Knights of Columbus
Catholic Men's Organization serving the Outlook and District Catholic church community.
Contact: Dave Alm at (306) 867-9418 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 262
The Outlook Legion is a service organization that exists to support Veterans and the local community, including our youth. Regular Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the Third Wednesday of each month (except July and August) in the Legion Hall (Bratton Room) on Thomson Street. Anyone who is a Canadian citizen is invited to join this active service group.
Bingo Nights are Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and the Friday Night Socials (including the Chase the Ace Lottery) are held most Fridays throughout the year. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and feature food, popcorn, games (pool, darts, chess, crokinole, etc.) and a flat screem TV for sporting events. Beverages (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are available.
For more information contact Lyall Campbell (President) at (306) 867-8273.
For Hall Rentals contact Variety Place at (306) 867-9363.
Fundraising efforts support the Veterans Memorial Project which, by summer 2017 will have placed permanant markers on the graves of over 100 veterans buried in eight local cemetaries.
Meetings are the 1st Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Heritage Centre on Railway Avenue W. There are NO MEETINGS in January, February, July or August. Catering Services for community events are available. For more information Contact: Lila King at (306) 867-9325 or Marion Paradis at (306) 867-8019.
The 1st Outlook Scouts are a community organization which strives to provide a fun experience for the youth in the program. For more information or to join, Contact: Dave Alm at (306) 867-9418 or email: email@example.com
Outlook & District Playschool
The Outlook & District Playschool offers programming for 3 and 4 year old children providing a fun, learning environment. Please visit our website.
Riverview Golf Course
Located in the Outlook & District Regional Park, Riverview Golf Club boasts a beautiful 9 hole golf course tucked into the South Saskatchewan Riverbanks. Become a member today! Website
All ages are welcome to come and try out! If you are under 14 you must be supervised by an adult. You must be a Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation Member. For more information Contact: Hank Halseth at (306) 867-8392
Another great thing about Outlook is the beautifully treed hiking trails! If you enjoy nature or just enjoying getting some exercise, you must check out these walking trails which give you the best view of the river! Our hiking trails are a member of "The Great Trail" and weave through the riverside.
This four lane bowling alley is a great idea for a night out. This facility is located in the Jim Kook Recreation Complex.
Contact the Outlook Rec Office to book 306-867-9555
Outlook Sports Grounds
Outlook is home to 5 Shale Baseball/Softball Diamonds that would be perfect for hosting any tournament. Located behind the Jim Kook Recreation Complex these ball diamonds are in a prime location! For more information call the Recreation Office at 867-9555.
Sask River Tae Kwon Do
This group meets Wednesday Nights at 7:00 p.m. at the Outlook Elementary School at 515 Franklin Street, You are welcome to join anytime of the year. For more information Contact: Bill & Jean King at (306) 867-9419 or Darryl Turley at (306) 493-2747 or Brent Rafoss at (306) 856-2300
Outlook Senior Ice Hawks Hockey
Outlook is home to the Outlook Icehawks, a senior mens hockey team. The Icehawks keep the rink busy every winter with games on the weekends in the Sask Valley Senior Hockey League. For more information Contact: Royce Taylor - Manager at (306) 867-8235 or (306) 867-9444.
The Outlook Gymnastics Club offers a recreational program for preschool to advanced youth athletes. Classes run for two 10 Week sessions, September to December and January to March. We also offer a competitive program for youth ages 7 and up. For more information Contact: Conny Behenna at (306) 831-9285, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Facebook page at Outlook Gymnastics.
Outlook Curling Club
What a fun way to exercise! All ages and curling levels are welcomed! Whether you are a beginner or if you have curled all of your life, give this sport a try and see for yourself why it is such a popular sport! For more information Contact: Kirk Pederson at email@example.com
Curling Club Events
Outlook Minor Sports
OMS offers all ages of softball, baseball and hockey. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outlook Soccer Association
The aim of the Outlook Soccer Association is to promote healthy physical activity and to teach kids not only skills, but the important aspects of teamwork. For more information visit our Facebook Page at Outlook Soccer Association.
Outlook Skating Club
This is a Learn-To-Skate program that features levels 1-6 and then moves on to figure skating skills. The programs offered are:
Pre CanSkate (learning to skate)- ages 3 and up
CanSkate (learning to skate, levels 1-6) - ages 3 and up
Star Skate (figure skating)
Power Skating - novice age and up
Synchronized Skating - level 3 and up
For more information contact us by email at: email@example.com, or visit our Facebook Page at Outlook Skating Club, or our website at https://www.outlookskatingclub.ca
Outlook Stock Car Association
We race one weekend per month from June to October. Our fall clinic is held in October and is considered the Provincial Dirt Track Finals. On average there are 40 cars for this event.
Outlook and District Wildlife Federation
Always welcoming new members. We meet every 2nd Wednesday of the month.
For more information Contact: Hank Halseth at (306) 867-8392.
$2 Drop-In Adult Volleyball
From October to February, come and play co-ed recreational volleyball on Tuesday evenings. No experience required. Just bring a water bottle and clean shoes. The start date and location will be in the Independant Booster in late September!