The Bentley & District Agricultural Society became the umbrella under which three primary groups came together for a summer weekend of fun, food, education and celebration for the whole community. The original Certificate of Organization was granted in March 1974 by the Minister of Agriculture. The summer weekend of fun, eventually became the Bentley and District Agricultural Society Town and Country Fair and Rodeo. Read more on their website or Facebook page
Bentley Curling Club
Junior, adult, and senior leagues and bonspiels are active during the winter months on a 4-sheet artificial ice surface. The curling rink complex is also available for rent during the summer months for cabarets, etc. at very reasonable rates. Contact (403) 748-4303 for further information.
Bentley Community Van Society
Monthly shopping trips open to all residents of Bentley. There is no charge for the transportation, however donations are greatly appreciated. Read more on their Facebook page.
Bentley Medicine Lodge Ski Club
Approximately ten miles west of Bentley on Highway 12 is a natural snow ski hill. Lifts take visitors to the top of the beautiful Sunset Hills to truly appreciate the breath-taking beauty of the countryside. The Club offers reasonable rates and a family atmosphere where skiing and snow boarding are welcome. Contact (403) 748-2025 for further information.
For information regarding the figure skating program, contact the Skating Club on their Facebook page.
Blindman Valley Lions Club
We are a new Lion’s Club formed with treasured and experienced Lions. We chose the name BLINDMAN VALLEY LIONS as this encompasses both the area we want to serve as well as our membership. If YOU have ever wanted to contribute to your community, get involved with a truly great organization and make some new friends check us out. https://www.facebook.com/groups/2379330155706229
Although there is no golf course situated within the municipality, there are numerous courses within minutes of the Town of Bentley:
We acknowledge that we are meeting on Treaty 6 Territory and Home of Metis Nation Region 3, on land that is part of a historic agreement involving mutuality and respect. We recognize all the many First Nations, Metis, Inuit, and non-First Nations whose footsteps have marked these lands.