Clyde Clubs and Services
We are a volunteer based committee dedicated to improving and expanding our local Community Playground (Just east of the corner of 49th ST and 50th Ave.) In 2010 we removed the old playground equipment and installed 2 separate age-defined play areas, a rock wall and a set of swings. At the same time we installed a series of six outdoor fitness stations. In 2011 we erected a cedar gazebo with bench seating. We still have improvements we would like to see accomplished in the coming year. If you would like more information about our volunteer group, or would like to join us, please to not hesitate to call the Village office for more information at 1-780-348-35356
Clyde & District Agricultural Society
The Village of Clyde boasts a beautiful set of three ball diamonds, situated on the east part of town. Jointly owned and operated by the Village of Clyde and The Clyde and District Agricultural Society, all diamonds are fenced with shale infeilds and dugouts. The facilities also include a concessions booth, washrooms a large covered pole shed.
The grounds a used by Clyde minor Ball teams as well as the Clyde Adult Slow Pitch League. It is also rented out to other organizations for various functions, from Ball tournaments to reunions. The grounds were used for the 2013 Alberta Senior Games for two divisions of their slo-pitch provincial play-downs. For more information on availability or rental rates please call the Village of Clyde @ 780 348-5356 or Jim Rau at 780-348-5774.
The Clyde Curling Club leases from the The Clyde and District Agricultural Society a modern three sheet curling rink, situated on 53 Avenue and 49 Street Built in 1990 the rink has artificial ice and a bult in heat floor beneath the cement pad. The Curling Club has league curling from early November until late march. They also hold a mixed and mens bonspiel in February of each year. The upstairs lounge has a seating area of 100, and affords great viewing of all three sheets. It is also available for smaller parties, meetings, etc. at a very reasonable rate. In the summer the ice level is becoming more and more popular for holding weddings, reunions, parties, etc. because of its large capacity (approx 450) There is also a large area surrounding the curling complex that can be used for camping (no hookups). For more information please contact the Village of Clyde or any member of the Clyde Curling Club.
Local businesses can be listed on the Clyde Business Directory.