Community Groups & Associations

Important Contacts

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Find more information on the many community groups and organizations for Lillooet residents:


Lillooet Lions Club

"We Serve" is the motto of the Lions Club.  The Lions raise funds for community projects and strive to improve the lives of those who live in the Lillooet area. Regular meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month, 7 p.m. at the Legion. 737 Main st.

Contact: Pam Vilac
Phone: 250-256-7811


Lillooet Naturalist Society

Promoting the enjoyment of nature to naturalists and the public.



Lillooet Music Society

Promoting the enjoyment of a variety of music styles and tastes.

Contact:  Megan Loyer
Phone:  250-256-0614

Lillooet Regional Invasive Species Society (LRISS)

Stop the spread! Protect BC's natural spaces and reduce economic losses.

100 People Who Care Lillooet

100 People Who Care is a group of people who gather four times a year for a one-hour meeting, learn about local projects, and each donate a $100 to a project that the group selects. This group is hosted by the Lillooet Learning Communities Society.
Contact: Toby Mueller, Jacquie Rasmussen, Marianne Gagnon and Lisa Wadlegger
Phone : 250-256-0220
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Lillooet Agriculture and Food Society (LAFS)

LAFS is an independent non-profit society which was created in 2016 to implement the SLRD Area B, District of Lillooet & St'at'imc Agricultural Plan and advance agricultural economic development in the Lillooet area. Our mission is:

  • to enhance the agricultural viability of the region;
  • to promote awareness, education and research around
    local agriculture and food security;
  • to assist in localizing all aspects of the food system; and
  • to promote best management practices in agriculture. 

Contact: Marianne Gagnon
Phone: 250-256-6561
Website :

Lillooet District Historical Society

Promotes the preservation and communication of Lillooet's intriguing past.

President: Dr. John Brooks
Contact:  Sue Bell
Phone: 250-256-4308


Lillooet Friendship Centre Society

Offfers a variety of programs for the benefit of residents of Lillooet and surrounding First Nation Bands.

357 Main Street
Phone: 250-256-4146


BPO Elks No.467

A fraternal service club that works to support the local community and raise funds for children with vision impairments on a national level. Meet 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month, 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Hall, 640 Moha Rd. New members welcome!


Order of the Royal Purple

A fraternal service club that works to support the local community and raise funds for children with vision impairments on a national level. Meet 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month, 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Hall basement. New members welcome!

President:  Myrna Isackson
640 Moha Road
Phone: 250-256-7150


Lillooet Hospital Foundation

Fund raises to assist the Lillooet Hospital to purchase equipment to improve patient care.

Contact:  Taylor Ferron


Lillooet-Camelsfoot TV & Radio Association (Lillooet Radio 100.5 FM)

Operates Lillooet's very own radio station which broadcasts out of its studio at the Lillooet REC Center and Lillooet Secondary School.  This association is also responsible for the transmission of broadcast television stations to Lillooet and area.

415 Main Street


Lillooet Learning Communities Society and Lillooet Restorative Justice

Lillooet Learning Communities Society was established in 2002 in support of life long learning of individuals and community groups. We have a devoted cadre of volunteers. Our Constitution requires a Board of 50% St'at'imc members. We operate the Lillooet Restorative Justice Program, do education and support for FASD, developed a 'What if I get into Trouble' program of YCJA rights for youth, and developed a mentorship training program for volunteer youth mentors.

Contact: Meike Engelbrecht
Phone: 250-256-0683

Lillooet Chamber of Commerce

An organization of dedicated volunteer business operators who work to imporve the local economy of Lillooet.

Contact: Angela Bissat
Phone: 250-256-3578

For more information, see the Chamber of Commerce Letter to Lillooet Businesses.


Is a registered charitable society that is actively raising money to keep the Lillooet REC Center pool open and to raise awareness of the importance of our community`s swimming pool.

Legion Ladies Auxillary to the Royal Canadian Legion

Regular meetings are held the third Saturday of the month September to May, except December. Royal Canadian Branch #66 Hall, 737 Main st. at 2 p.m.

Contact: Barb Wiebe
Phone: 250-256-7340

Apricot Festival Committee

Contact: Carol Vanderwolf
Phone: 250-256-4437

Miyazaki House Society


Order of the Eastern Star

Meets 2nd Wednesday of every month, 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Hall, 173 Taylor Rd.

Contact: Eva Farquar
Phone: 250-256-4442

Lillooet Food Matters

Formed in 2008, LFM strives to promote and increase food security and cooperative organic food growing, to help prepare our community for changing times. We also hope to serve as a community network facilitating the development of sustainable agriculture in our area while incorporating traditional knowledge of survival on this land.

Contacts:  Andra Forney
                Angela Jean-Louis



Lillooet Seniors Club

(55+) Catholic Church Hall.

Contact: Roberta Martin
Phone: 250-256-4241

Lillooet Quilters Guild

Meet the last Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Legion. September - June, breaking for summer months.

Lillooet Rod & Gun Club

Meets the 1st Tuesday of every month, Room 201 at the REC centre, 6:30 p.m.

Phone: 250-256-0622

Buddhist Meditation Group

Meets on Mondays at 7:30 p.m. near Lytton.

Contact: Victor Stepan
Phone: 250-455-2232