Barons-Eureka-Warner Family & Community Support Services
|Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) is an 80/20 funding partnership between municipalities or Metis settlements, and the province, provided through the FCSS Act and Regulations.
FCSS offers counselling, family, Low German Mennonite (LGM) support, indigenous support, and outreach services to residents, free of charge.
|112 Kipp Street
Main Floor of Community Complex
Nobleford Agricultural Society
|The Nobleford Agricultural Society encourages improvement in agriculture, and in the quality of life of persons living in an agricultural community by developing programs and services based on the needs of the agricultural community.
|PO Box 154
Nobleford Area Museum Society
|The Nobleford Area Museum Society strives to collect, preserve, portray and research the cultural history of Nobleford and the surrounding district through history, with a focus on the Noble Blade.
|225 Milnes Street
Nobleford Community Complex Society
|The Nobleford Community Complex Society focuses on helping to operate the Nobleford Community Complex, while building partnerships and relationships with the Town and community members.
|Suite A, 112 Kipp Street
Nobleford Curling Club
|The Nobleford Curling Club works to maintian Nobleford's Curling rink and organizes teams and activities.
|112 Kipp Street
Nobleford Heritage Society
|The Nobleford Heritage Society arranges and organizes community events, encourages community involvement, and provides learning opportunities.
|PO Box 332
Nobleford Oldtimer's Association
|The Oldertimer's Association provides memberships to all those over 45 years of age. Members gather regularly for various activities such as crafts, coffee, and poor.
|152 King Street
Nobleford Parks & Recreation Society
|The Nobleford Parks & Recreation Society strives to provide capital and volunteers for parks and recreation for the citizens of Nobleford and area with the support of the Town.
|Suite 3, 112 Kipp Street
Nobleford Parent Association
|The Nobleford Parent Association provides the students at Noble Central School with extra funds to assist in affordability and creating more opportunities in many areas, such as field trips to science centers, extra-curricular activities, and other various camps and projects.
|PO Box 145