The Town of Indian Head offers a high quality of life with a variety of educational, sport, recreational and cultural activities and opportunities.
For more information on available programs, groups and organizations contact the Community Development Office.
Charitable Donation Management
The town of Indian Head accepts charitable donations on behalf of recognized community projects, endowments or for unique improvements within the Town. Examples of current community driven projects that welcome your funding include the Arena Lift Project, the Cemetery restoration projects, Communities In Bloom and the Dixon Spray Park Project.
If you are interested in gifting any of these worthwhile community driven projects contact the Community Development Office.
Schools, Child Care and Programming for Children and Youth
The Town of Indian Head offers a complete program of childcare and child development related activities available to residents and their families.
Indian Head Little Castle Childcare Centre
Little Castle Childcare Centre is licensed for 56 spaces, ages 18 months to 12 years. Subsidy available for families who qualify. Little Castle is open from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday to Friday, all year. Little Castle provides quality child care services with activities based on early learning curriculum by trained Early Childhood Educators. Healthy meals are provided (breakfast, lunch, and two snacks).
Located: 801 Buxton St. (lower level)
Beyond the Bell Before and After School Program
The Indian Head Elementary School has a student complement of about 210. In addition to the regular curriculum, the school offers Core French, Band/Music, track and field, curling, swimming and skating. The creativity of our staff and students is evident throughout the school and community.
Please contact Indian Head Elementary at (306) 695–3939 for additional information. You can visit the school website to learn more.
Indian Head High School (IHHS) is a grade 7 - 12 facility serving about 230 students. In addition to the traditional academic classes, IHHS offers Home Economics, Industrial Arts, Art, and Wellness. Students can also study Calculus 30 and Law 30 via satellite through SCN and the correspondence school. A state of the art computer lab provides students with hands-on computer experience in Information Processing, Computer Science, Accounting and AutoCad. Students requiring program modification receive locally developed courses in English, Social Studies, and Science.
IHHS offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities to enrich school life, including badminton, golf, track, volleyball, basketball, SRC, band choir, SADD, drama, yearbook, and a year- round intramural program over the noon hour.
Please contact Indian Head High School at (306) 695–3929 for additional information. Visit the IHHS website to learn more.
Southeast Community College
The Southeast Regional College operates a District Campus Office in Indian Head's downtown core. The programs and services offered by the College include:
- Academic Development Programs (High School completion; Correspondence; General Education Development; Literacy; English as a Second Language)
- Post-Secondary Education (University of Regina; University of Saskatchewan; SIAST and Certified General Accountants Association - CGA)
- Skills Training (Agriculture; Business & Industry; Family/Community; Health & Wellness; Home Skills; Personal & Career)
- Career & Student Services (Career Counseling; Workshops; Contractual services)
Please contact Southeast Regional College by phone (306) 695-2228 or visit the College website to learn more.
Programming and Groups for Children and Youth
- Girl Guides, all units, sparks, brownies, pathfinders, rangers, meet Tuesdays. Contact (306) 695-2391.
- Boy Scouts, all units beavers, cub scouts, scouts, and rovers meet Tuesdays, 6:45 p.m., at the Memorial Hall. Contact (306) 660-7262.
- Indian Head School of Dance offers professional dance instruction for children and adults. Classes are offered September through April. The School can be reached at Box 312, Indian Head, SK., S0G 2K0.
Indian Head Public Library
The Indian Head Regional Library is located in the same building as the Town Office, at 419 Grand Avenue. The Library, has several thousand books on its shelves and can order thousands more through the Provincial library system. Library cards are free, but you will require a valid library card to borrow books, videos, music CDs and magazines from the library.
The library features:
- Internet access and word processing software
- Access to databases
- Access to other Provincial Libraries
- Adult Book Club
- A rotating book selection
- Audio books
- Free Children's and adult programs, year round
- Outreach for in-home seniors
- Inter-library loans
Hours of operation are: Tuesday – 12:00 p.m to 4:00 p.m., Wednesday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday – 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon, 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday – 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
For more information contact the library at (306) 695-3922 or check out the South East Library website.
Mini Bus Transportation
Town transportation is provided to anyone with limited mobility or access to and from the downtown area. The "Mini Bus" is available Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays & the first Wednesday of every month. Pickups are between 1:00 p.m. & 1:30 p.m., and the Bus can take you home anytime between 3:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. To book a pick-up time call the Town Office at 695-3344 before 11:00 a.m. on the day that you would like to be picked up.
The cost is $1.00 to be picked up and $1.00 for the ride home. The "Mini Bus" drivers are all local volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer driver, please contact the Town Office or call at 695-3344 for more information.
Indian Head Emergency Services
Indian Head Emergency Medical Services provides ambulance coverage to the communities of Indian Head, Sintaluta, Carry The Kettle First Nation, Candiac, Montmartre, Kendal, Odessa, Vibank, McLean, Qu'Appelle, and the District of Katepwa. It also serves the rural municipalities of Indian Head, Montmartre, Francis, North Qu'Appelle and South Qu'Appelle.
- IHEMS is an Advanced Life Support service with two ambulance units. Responding to 700 calls for help and logging 75,000 km's annually.
- IHEMS highly trained team consists of Intermediate Care Paramedics and Primary Care Paramedics.
For more information please contact the Indian Head EMS Association or call (306) 695-2191.
The Canada Post office located at 606 Dewdney Street (postal code S0G 2K0) offers a variety of postal services, including mail pickup. The office is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, and Saturday from 9:00 am to Noon.
Call (306) 695-2312 for more information or visit the Canada Post website.