Service Clubs and Development Organizations
A.A. meets on Sunday evenings from 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm, at the Hampton United Church,Phone: (506)650-3114
24 Robb Ct (behind the Hampton Medical Centre).
Communities in Bloom
Communities in Bloom is a Canadian non-profit organization committed to fostering civic pride, environmental responsibility and beautification through community involvement and the challenge of a national program, with focus on enhancing green spaces in communities.Phone: (506)832-6102
Hampton has been a 5 Bloom community since competing nationally in 2004. In 2007, Hampton won the National Communities in Bloom competition. Congratulations to the Hampton Communities in Bloom committee and the residents of Hampton on this prestigious award.
The Communities in Bloom Committee is also a partner in the Hampton Community Garden, located at 451 Kennebecasis River Rd, directly across from St. Paul's Anglican Church.
Want to get involved?
Contact the Hampton Leisure Services Department
Hampton Community Garden
The Hampton Community Garden is a volunteer-run organization. It is project of the St. Paul's Anglican Church, in partnership with Hampton's Communities in Bloom committee. Our goal is to create an environment where people can work together, learn and share, and provide fresh, healthy food for themselves and the Hampton Food Basket.451 Kennebecasis River Rd., Hampton NB
This is an organic garden. Insecticides, pesticides, and chemical fertilizers are not permitted.
There is no fee for a garden plot. Donations are welcome and the recommended amount is $30 per family.
There is a limit of one plot per family. After May 1, remaining plots are available for those who want a second one.
Everyone is expected to help with the Food Basket plots, and the ongoing maintenance of the garden.
For more information:
Chris Rendell at 832-4660
Hampton Community Theatre
Contact: Jayne WilburPhone: (506)832-4141
The Corinthian Lodge #13 F&AM
The Corinthian Lodge #13 F&AM GL NB Masonic Hall is located at the corner of Everett and Church St.Phone: (506)832-5594
The Lodge meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. year round.
Ducks Unlimited is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of wetlands and associated upland habitats for waterfowl, other wildlife, and people.Phone: (506)763-3617
Contact: Doug Lee
Fundy Solid Waste Commission
Office Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:30am - 4:30pmPhone: Tel: (506) 738-1212 Fax: (506) 738-1207
Landfill Hours: Mon - Fri, 7:30am - 5:00pm ; Sat 8:00am - 12:00 noon
Closed New Year’s Day and Christmas Day
Girl Guides of CanadaPhone: Toll Free Number: 1-800-565-8111
Hammond River Angling Association
The Hammond River Angling Association is a non-profit, community-based, membership driven organization dedicated to the protection of the Hammond River Watershed. HRAA is also involved in Salmon Restoration Programs, Habitat restoration and Public Outreach. HRAA is an active conservation/community group. Volunteers assist with salmon programs, social activities and a wide variety of fundraising events. Membership is open to anyone in the general public who is interested in conservation issues10 Porter Rd Nauwigewauk, NB E5N 6X1
Phone: Phone: (506)832-1230 Fax: 506-832-2077
Hampton Alliance For Lifelong Learning (HALL)
The Hampton Alliance for Lifelong Learning (HALL) is a charitable community association dedicated to providing informational and educational resources and supports to parents and caregivers of young children (Pre-birth to 6) in Hampton and surrounding areas. We believe that parents and caregivers are the first and most influential teacher in a young child's life and should be supported and celebrated. HALL believes that all children in our community benefit when their families have access to the best quality resources, learning opportunities and environments available.978 Main St., Hampton
Contact: Kathy English
Phone: (506) 832-5665
Hampton Astronomy Club
Contact: Dave LeemanPhone: (506)832-3000
Hampton Community Club Inc.
The original constitution and by-laws, enacted in 1976 state:Phone: (506)832-5327
The principal aim of the Club shall be to operate as a non-profit, non-sectarian, non-political organization in such a way as to further the interest of the community in any way possible and to endeavour to keep it a desirable place in which to live, and to this end, special emphasis shall be directed towards the development of athletic and other wholesome recreational activities which will interest and benefit the children and youth of the area. In order to accomplish this aim, the Club may undertake any or all of the following activities:
a) the organization and administration of community athletic and recreational programs
b) the co-ordination of available facilities services and support for such programs
c) the acquisition and administration of land, buildings and other properties and equipment for the purpose of carrying out the Club’s programs
d) the construction of playgrounds and other facilities
e) the solicitation and collection of funds to support and maintain the Club’s activities
Today, these aims and activities continue to dictate the direction of the Board of Directors. For example, we support the operation of the Vivien Myles Fowler Community Library and encourage reading programs for children; we support the various Town’s playgrounds and play areas; we support the Community Pool and its various programs; we administer and disburse the Hampton PRO Kids funds and support fund raising endeavours for all of these worthwhile projects. We are a Registered Charitable organization as recognized under the Income Tax Act and accept donations to further our mandates as described above.
For more information contact Len Goobie, Club president
Hampton Food Basket
The Food Basket has been in operation since 1982 due your continuing generosity!
There is a need year round for donations, both monetary and financial.
To make a monetary donation, contact Chris at 333-3962, or simply mail to:
Hampton Food Basket
Unit 2 - 39 Tilley Street
Hampton, NB E5N 5B4
Make cheques payable to: Hampton Food Basket. Please note that income tax receipts are issued for all donations.
Non-perishable food donations are accepted every week at all local churches, or you can contact Chris at 333-3962 to arrange an alternative drop-off. Clients may receive food on the 3rd Thursday of every month in the St. Alphonsus Church basement, from 8:30 -11am.
Emergency contacts are:
Hampton Lions Club
The Hampton Lions Club Inc. is a service organization made up of civic-minded men and women, who volunteer their time and resources to help improve their community, and has been serving the greater Hampton area since 1985. We meet at the Hampton Legion on the first & third Wednesday of the month at 7 pm , except during the months of July & August.Mailing address is 31 Demille Ct. Unit #3, Hampton , NB E5N 5S6.
The major weekly fundraiser is the Tuesday Night Bingo at the Hampton Legion on Main St. Doors open at 5:30pm, with early games starting at 6:30 and regular games starting at 7pm. Our Bingo is now SMOKE FREE!
Contact: Dave Carr or Jim Simpkins
Phone: (506)832-7853 / (506)832-0914
Hampton P.R.O. Kids
Too many children in Hampton are watching from the sidelines. You can help put them in the game!
Who Can Apply?
All children and youth up to 18 years of age who are in need of financial assistance. Applications will be considered on a first come, first serve basis.
How to Apply - It's as Easy as 1, 2, 3
1. Choose a community-based program of interest. (Limit of one activity per season)
2. Complete the application form.
3. Return the completed form in person to the Town of Hampton’s Leisure Services office (808 Main Street) or by mail to:
P.R.O. Kids - Confidental
c/o Hampton Community Club
17 Centennial Road, Unit 1
Each application requires a reference. The application form describes a reference as someone who is familiar with the situation of the applicant and can verify that the applicant requires assistance from P.R.O. Kids. The reference should be an adult who knows the child, is not a family member, and who is active in community activities. Examples given are: teacher, coach, clergy, social worker, group leader, or co-worker. If the applicant has difficulty finding a reference, the P.R.O. Kids Manager can offer additional suggestions.
• Applications are processed in the order in which they are received.
• P.R.O. Kids allows children/youth to access one activity each season - Fall, Winter, Spring & Summer.
• The service is for children/youth who are not participating in other paid recreation programs.
• P.R.O. Kids does not assume responsibility for registering children in activities. The parent/guardian is responsible for registering directly with the identified partner organization once P.R.O. Kids has linked them. If a child is registered in an activity before being approved by P.R.O. Kids, the parent/guardian is responsible for covering any costs associated with that activity until the time of approval.
• P.R.O. Kids does not reimburse parents; payment will be arranged directly with the program offering the activity.
• The parent/guardian is responsible for ensuring that the child attends the program. If for some reason the child can no longer participate, the parent/guardian must contact P.R.O. Kids so another child can fill the space.
Hampton Rotary Club
The Rotary Club is an organization of business and professional leaders which provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and builds goodwill and peace in the world. Rotary is an opportunity for members to build lifelong friendships and experience the personal fulfillment of providing volunteer service to others.Phone: (506)832-5383
The Rotary motto is "Service Above Self". Members meet each Monday at the Senior's Resource Centre on DeMille Ct at 6pm, visitors are welcome.
Contact: Beverly Lyons
Hampton Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, and VenturesPhone: 1-888-SCOUTS-NOW (1-888-726-8876)
Hampton Sea Cadets
Hampton Sea Cadets meet Wednesdays from 6-9 pm at the Hampton Middle School (Use the Community Entrance)Phone: (506) 646-0814
If you are 12+, want to meet friends and try something new, then we have just the thing for you! By joining Sea Cadets, you are saying YES to fun activities and exciting challenges supervised by trained adult leaders - sailing, first aid, nautical activities, team sports, music, public speaking and leadership training, summer camps and international travel, military marching and parades.
Hampton Volunteer Fire Department
Contact: Fire Chief Roger Breau845 Main Street, Hampton NB E5N 8H1
Nauwigewauk Community ClubPhone: (506)832-5637
Nauwigewauk Community Play Group
The Nauwigewauk Community Playgroup meets every Wednesday morning from 9:30 - 11:30 at the Community Hall. All parents/caregivers and their children 5 and under are welcome.Phone: (506)832-2146
Pickwauket Lions Club
The Pickwauket Lions Club is active in community events, fund raising, and Lions activities throughout the District. Open to membership for youth, men, women, and couples, they meet twice monthly, on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month at 7pm at 250 Pickwauket Rd, Hampton.(Club Mailing Address) 50 Donlea Dr., Hampton NB E5N 5K3
Our Lions motto is..."WE SERVE".
Our major fundraiser is our monthly breakfast, which consists of bacon, egg, sausage, home fries, tea or coffee, and juice, and is held on the last Saturday of every month, 8am - 10am, $5/person, at 250 Pickwauket Rd.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch #281032 Main St., Hampton NB
Seniors Resource Centre
The Hampton Seniors Resource Centre is used for a variety of events and is run by a Board of Directors and volunteers. To become a member, yearly dues are only $10 per person. It is a handicap-accessible building, with a large fully-equipped kitchen, and is suitable for rental by the public. It can accomodate over 200 people.31 Demille Ct., Hampton NB
If you wish to rent the Centre for a special occasion, please call the phone number listed below, leave a message, and your call will be returned as soon as possible. At your request the Rotary Club of Hampton also provides bar services for functions at the Centre.
~Mondays 9:00am - Crafts & Quilting - If you would like to come and assist the ladies in quilting they would glady welcome you!
~Mondays 8:00pm - Hampton Hoedowners Square Dancing. If you square dance why don't you join us for an evening of fun? A light snack is served.
~Tuesdays 7:00pm - Weekly bridge game - join us!
~Wednesdays 7:30pm - The more relaxed card players play Auction 45's and complete the evening with light refreshments.
~Thursdays 9:30am - at the Woodworking Shop members will be creating woodworking projects of all sorts. Folks available for assistance with many projects.
~Thursdays 12:00noon - Come and enjoy a home cooked meal at the Senior's Lunch. Cost for members is $4 per person, $5 for non-members. The first Thursday of each month is Pot Luck.
For more info call Lawrence Furlong at 832-7555. If calling the office phone listed below, leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible.
Victim's Services Detachment
Contact: Len GoobiePhone: (506)832-5327
Welcome to the Neighbourhood! We have free information and gifts reserved for you, with absolutely no selling door-to-door. Our representative can be identified by the basket, the official badge or pin, and the community information that they bring. If you are new to the Hampton area, contact our local representative to get a visit.Phone: (506)832-4598
Contact: Ann Galloway