|Living in Cremona Alberta
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Cremona is a healthy, active and safe place to raise a family. The beauty of Alberta's west country is exactly what retired folks look for, a community full of activities, safety, and relaxation. If you have any questions about our schools, recreational facilities or activities in and around Cremona, please don't hesitate to Contact Administration.
The Cremona School is part of the Chinook's Edge School Division and includes Grades ECS through 12.
Mailing Address: General Delivery, Cremona AB T0M 0R0
Street Address: 206 3rd Street East
Principal: Joanna Harvey
Vice Principal: Scott MacDonald
School Enhancement Society: Denise Atter, Phone: 403-637-2339
Cremona has very nice recreational facilities, including a curling rink, hockey rink, and ball diamonds.
To see a complete list of sport and recreation organizations in Cremona, please click here.
Communities in Bloom
Cremona is new to the Communities in Bloom program, joining for the first time in 2014. The first impression of the judges was of a clean and tidy community, nestled just shy of the foothills of western Alberta. The community is in an "anything is possible" phase, and the judges commented that "the enthusiasm of the volunteers is evident all over the community", congratulating us on our engaging people, plants and pride to make our community bloom.
In 2014, the Village of Cremona was pleased to receive 3 blooms in the "Population 1-500 (Competitive)" category.
The Cremona Nature Trail is reclaimed CP rail line and features both natural wetlands and landscaped park areas. The Cremona Beautification Committee created the park near the nature trail and the flower beds along Railway Avenue. Anniversary park is located at the north end of the Village and is a beautiful and peaceful green space.
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Cremona Municipal Library
The Cremona Municipal Library was established in 1975. The first library was located in a very small room above the General Store. The library began with a collection of books donated from community members and a staff composed of local volunteers. The library later joined the Parkland Regional Library system, and in 1980 it became a Municipal Library. The library includes a Community Access Centre, which provides public internet and computer access.
Some services the library has offered are: Summer Reading Program, Book Club, Story Hour, interlibrary loans, The Alberta Library (TAL) cards, large print books, a digital audio reader for the print disabled, photocopier, and scanner.
Location: 205 1st Street East
Librarian: Sandra Herbert
Places of Worship