- Heritage Carleton Place
- Carleton Place is a vibrant, heritage-rich community located 30 minutes west of Ottawa (Highway 417 west to Highway 7 exit). The community‘s roots were planted by early settlers who emigrated from Ireland and Scotland to establish new lives. By employing their skills and trades, and using locally available materials, Carleton Place grew out of the rocky soil of Lanark County. Over the years, the hardy early community builders created beautiful stone churches, a stunning town hall, stately homes and commercial buildings. The passion and desire to construct these beautiful buildings remain an enduring testament to the tradesmen and architects of the time.
- Carleton Place & District Chamber of Commerce
- The Carleton Place & District Chamber of Commerce exists to support local business and to provide information and resources to the residents and visitors of our community. Our goal is to create an environment for business success by providing value and support to our members.
- Carleton Place Business Improvement Association
- The Carleton Place BIA promotes Downtown Carleton Place as a business and shopping area. Through the use of promotional activities such as special events, advertising, and beautification programs, the BIA aims to keep the area. foremost in the public’s mind as an attractive, pleasant place to shop, to be entertained, to work, and to live.
- Lanark County Genealogical Society
- After several years of groundwork, the Lanark County Archives is coming to life! This new organization will be dedicated to the preservation of the documents relating to the history of Lanark County.
- Ontario Early Years Centre of Lanark
- Ontario Early Years Centre of Lanark is a place where parents and caregivers can meet, get answers to questions, and get information about programs and services that are available for young children.
- United Way of Lanark County
- United Way is committed to building a strong and healthy community for all. The role of United Way is to match the resources of the community (the fundraising campaign) to those areas of greatest need. United Way agencies respond to health and social service issues in our community.
The United Way of Lanark County supports fifteen agencies that serve Lanark County and the Town of Smiths Falls.
- Carleton Place Hospital
- Carleton Place & District Memorial Hospital (CPDMH) was opened in 1955 to serve the residents of Carleton Place and surrounding communities. The Hospital was built as a memorial to the lives lost, and the veterans who served in World War I and II.
- Carleton Place Library
- Carleton Place Public Library - Your Electronic Library on the Web
- Carleton Place Youth Centre
- We hope to change the way our community looks upon its youth by organizing community events and showcasing poems, artwork, photographs done by youth from within our community and surrounding area.
- CP Library Blog - Tales From An Open Book
- Lanark County Commuter Co-ordinator
- A free forum for people within Lanark County to help synchronize their commuting needs. It has been designed to allow people to contact each one another without revealing personal information over the internet.
- Mississippi Mudds
- The Mississippi Mudds is a community theatre group that aims to expand the skills of its members while having fun and entertaining local audiences. Members have the opportunity to contribute or develop their skills in acting and singing, as well as the backstage and organizational aspects of community theatre.
The "Mudds" were founded over 30 years ago by Carleton Place resident, Jan Ferguson.
- Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum
Discover the history of the communities of Carleton Place and Beckwith and learn stories that will engage and inspire you. Built in 1872, the building which now houses the Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum was the former Town Hall and lock up, and later a public school. Adults and children alike will have fun exploring the exhibits and being introduced to local history makers.
- Carleton Place Canoe Club
- Carleton Place Canoe Club information site
- Carleton Place Curling Club
- The Carleton Place Curling Club was first formed in 1886 and has come through a history of transformations since then, until in 1994 we ended up at our present location at 120 Patterson Crescent (we are located 20 minutes west of Ottawa, Ont.) in the form of a modern four sheet rink with all the facilities for making and preserving excellent ice, as well as a large, well equipped lounge for after game playbacks, bonspiels and rentals. Please feel free to browse our site using the main categories on the left, or if you are in the area drop in to see us in person. If you require more information use the contacts link to find out who you should talk or email to.
- Carleton Place Girls Hockey Association
- The objective of the CPGHA is to foster and encourage girls hockey throughout the town of Carleton Place. The aims of the CPGHA are:
1) To provide girls and women of the town of Carleton Place and surrounding district with the opportunity to learn and play the game of hockey.
2) To ensure that each player, to the extent possible, will be able to participate in a hockey program suited to that player's skill and abilities.
3) To establish and maintain a variety of hockey programs (developmental, house league, and competitive) for all age groupings.
4) To encourage the participation of any and all interested persons and organizations wishing to volunteer their services in the administration and support of the CPGHA's affairs.
5) To foster and develop sportsmanship, team discipline, self-discipline, self-confidence, respect for others, and enjoyment through participation in hockey.
- Carleton Place Soccer Club
- Carleton Place Soccer Club Inc. was formed in 1975 with a total membership of 100. The club has grown exponentially, year over year, since it's inception. The 2001 outdoor season saw the clubs highest membership totals to date.
- Lions Club
- The Club has served the community since receiving its Charter in 1963.
- Mississippi Little League
- Mississippi Little League provides a full range of youth
baseball programs in the Carleton Place and Almonte area.
We are members of Ontario Little League District 8
the Ottawa Valley District.
- Mississippi Squares Dance Club
- Square dancing is friendship set to music!" Mississippi Squares is an active club for people who are looking for fun and fellowship. Newcomers are always welcome. The club's modern style of square dancing is popular worldwide. Club members are automatically members of the Eastern Ontario Square and Round Dance Association (EOSARDA). Regular dance night in Carleton Place for Beginner/Mainstream dancing is Tuesdays, with Plus Level dancing on Fridays.
- Carleton Place High School
- Objectives of Carleton Place High School
- To meet the intellectual needs of the school community through development of a positive attitude towards learning and culture.
- To challenge the different intellectual strengths and interests of each student and to foster the pursuit of excellence.
- To prepare students for the adult world by encouraging the development of initative, leadership and citizenship.
- To help meet the physical needs of the students through the maintenance of a comfortable and secure environment, through the opportunity to develop physical fitness, and through the promotion of good life-long habits.
- To foster a sense of self-worth within each student and increase a sense of identification within the school community.
- To meet the emotional needs of students through continued recognition of their contribution to the school and the community.
- École élémentaire catholique J.-L.-Couroux
- 10 Findlay Avenue Carleton Place, On K7C 4K1 Tel : 613-521-0607
- Notre Dame Catholic High School
- Notre Dame Catholic High School is located in Carleton Place, Ontario. We are part of the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario (www.cdsbeo.on.ca). NDCHS serves the communities of Carleton Place, Mississippi Mills, Beckwith Township and the surrounding areas.
Notre Dame students range from grades 7 to 12
- Carleton Place
- The Town of Carleton Place web site.
- Township of Beckwith
- We, the people of Beckwith Township, believe that our rural character and quality of life must be maintained in harmony with our growth and economic and social prosperity. Our mission is to ensure that within the Township, and within our greater community, this harmony is maintained.
- Community Portal (to Almonte, Ontario)
- ALMONTE IS A PEACEFUL and attractive community of some 4,400 people, located about 50 kilometres from Canada's capital, Ottawa.
Once a thriving textiles centre — known in its heyday as "North America's Manchester" — Almonte is now primarily a commuter town, with the majority of our citizens working in the city.
- Town of Mississippi Mills
- Noted for hospitality, the area includes more than ten bed and breakfast establishments, the hosts and hostesses of which are renowned for their ability to ensure you a happy and comfortable stay. Restaurants cater to all tastes and budgets. There are museums and historic sites, these being linked in the town of Almonte and the village of Pakenham by walking tours, and in the previously designated township of Ramsay, by a driving tour.