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Ph: 403.748.4044        Fx: 403.748.3213
Email: info@townofbentley.ca

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Residents

Living in Bentley          Community Directory pdf


Bentley Care Centre

This is a long term care facility under the governing body of Alberta Health Services.  The facility has capacity for 15 permanent residents and 1 respite room. The Care Centre is located at 4834 - 52nd Avenue, 403-748-4115.

Bentley Cemetery

The Bentley Cemetery is located on the east side of Town, with access from 45th street or 40th Avenue.  The Cemetery is operated by a dedicated volunteer board. For more information, please contact Derek Dickau at 403-748-3977 or 403-748-4001. 

Bentley Medical Clinic

Bentley Medical Clinic is operated by Dr. Ron Smith.  The walk in clinic is housed at the Bentley Care Centre. You can reach them at 403-748-3688. Clinic Hours:      Wednesday 2:00 to 9:00 pm and Thursday 9:30 am - noon.

Chiropractor

The Bentley Chiropractic Health Centre, located at 4941 - 50 Avenue, has one chiropractor and one massage therapist. The practice was established in 1994. We have a holistic outlook toward better health and wellness and offer a relaxed but professional attitude in the clinic. Services include nutritional counselling, orthotics, relaxation, therapeutic, thai massage. We are open Monday to Friday. Our telephone number is 403-748-4441 or contact us at skidudoc@telusplanet.net.

Churches

  • Bentley Community Church (PAOC)
    4824 - 50 Street
    403- 748-3955 or 403-748-3676
                
  • Grace Lutheran Church
    10 kms. west of Bentley on Hwy. 12   403-748-4455)  
         
  • Seventh-Day Adventist Church
    4914 - 49 Avenue  403-748-3888
      
  • Woody Nook Christian Reformed Church
    Woody Nook Road, East on Hwy. 12   403-885-4427

Library

Bentley Municipal Library, located at 5014 - 49 Avenue, offers a wide array of reading material and computers for general public use. Contact them at 403-748-4626 or visit their web site.  Monthly activities also on back page of the Bentley Community Newsletter.        Current usage data  a busy little library!

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The Bentley Library Society, also sometimes referred to as the Friends of the Bentley Municipal Library, is a non-profit society started in August 2002.  It is made up of a group of volunteers whose aim is to promote, support, and help maintain the Bentley Municipal Library's facility, programs, and requests for assistance.  There is an Annual Meeting on or before May 1 of each year.  Membership is open to any person residing in and around the Bentley area.

Museum

museum.jpgThe Bentley Museum is housed in a 1924 farmhouse with an additional agricultural building. The exhibits depict the way of life experienced by the first settlers from 1898 down through the years. The collection is geographically based and displayed with a “touch and use” philosophy. Walking tours of historical Bentley are available. Ten historical plaques have been completed and more are on the way. 

Additional information can be found on the Alberta Museum Associations web site.

Pharmacy

The Bentley I.D.A. Pharmacy is staffed by two pharmacists and provide a twenty-four hour emergency service to the community. The Drugstore is located at 5018 - 50 Avenue. Their telephone number is 403-748-3820 or 403-748-3314, after hours.

Schools

schools.JPGBentley is part of the Wolf Creek School Division and offers ECS (3-4 years old), kindergarten and grades one through twelve.  You may contact them at 403-748-3770 or visit the website for more information. www.wolfcreek.ab.ca 

Bentley also uses the Enhanced Learning Module - for information click here.

Bentley information can found on the Schools Page.  All contact information, including emails for teachers can be accessed on the site. 

The Bentley Parent School Council is an active group that promotes working with the school community to provide a quality education in a caring environment for our students.  Meetings times and dates and can be accessed on the school website.

Meetings are open to anyone interested in the local school system and especially all parents/guardians of students from ECS through grade 12.

Stay and Play Groups

Community Services offers two play groups for families with children 0-6 years of age operating mid September through May in Bentley and the Summer Village of Gull Lake. Playgroup Information