Bassano, Alberta T0J 0B0

FCSS Upcoming Programs

Personal Self Defense Training 

Saturday October 14th

Register today!

Personal Safety is important for everyone. Having boundaries, awareness of your surroundings, recognizing signs of danger, self-defense strategies and listening to your intuition are all skills that can cultivated. Personal crimes can happen to anyone, you can develop a Safety Plan for yourself and your loved ones, which can help you prepare and avoid these situations before they occur.
The Safe Communities program is giving age-appropriate skills and knowledge to help protect individuals, through the development of situational awareness to recognize dangerous situations. Physical skills to ward off a potential attacker and the confidence to set clear boundaries enabling you to trust your intuition. All of these tools can help to ensure we are prepared to enter the world knowing what possible danger there may be and the confidence to handle them.

Registration Form

Sing out on Fire Safety with
Mary Lambert

Join us October 6th at 10am in Bassano Community Hall to learn all about Fire prevention with Mary and the Bassano Volunteer Fire Department. 
Mary has created 11 original songs to provide education on key fire safety and prevention  topics.

Educational and entertaining for the whole family. Free performance.

Contact Amanda Barron at (403)641-3788 for more details.

Join us October 31st 

Our annual Trunk or Treat is taking place October 31st in Homecoming Campground. Thanks to our generous sponsors this years Halloween Spooktacular is even BIGGER and BETTER!

Hotdog dinner from 5- 6:30
Jory John’s The good the bad and the Spooky story at 5:30
Smores, Hot Chocolate, Spooky Movements Pathway and TREATS!

Community members and businesses are invited to decorate their trunks and join in this fun way to distribute your treats  this Halloween

Trunk or Treat provides a safe, friendly and inclusive way to create a little magic this Halloween!.

Christmas is on the way!!

Each year Bassano FCSS helps facilitate the Christmas Hamper program. Community members in need can apply to recieve a hamper and be added to the Angel Tree.

The Christmas Hamper and Angel Tree programs are provided in  thanks to the donations from the community. Food drives, and donations allow us the ability to provide the gifts of Christmas to upwards of 25 families yearly. The Angel Tree is an opportunity for those wanting to share a gift anonymously can pick a name from the tree at the Connect First Credit Union purchase and wrap a gift and return it to the bank with the angel recipient tag attached.

If you are in need of some support this Christmas please see the application below. 

Christmas Hamper Application