Togo is a small village busting with very successful businesses! Listed are the current businesses and facilities, along with their products and services. Visit this page often, for there are many more business opportunities in store for Togo!
Togo Community Hall
As of October 1, 2007, the rent for the Togo Community Hall is as follows: $150 for each floor per 24 hours or $75 per floor for a 4 hour event, ie funeral, anniversary, etc. A damage deposit equal to the rent, plus payment of the rent is required at least 24 hours in advance. The damage deposit will be returned once the hall condition has been reviewed and accepted by the Village Maintenance Foreman. Bookings for the Togo Community Hall can be made through the Village Office.
Village of Togo
Bookings for the Community Hall can be made through the Village office.
Togo Centennial Arena
The Togo Centennial Arena is fully equipped with a skating rink, curling rink, kitchen, viewing and eating areas, and 3 dressing rooms.
The Skating Schedule is based on events and club bookings.
Skating Fees are as follows:
Individual: $4 per person, per sport. (Skating/Shinny)
Season Pass: $40 per person, per sport. (Skating/Shinny)
Family Pass: $75 per family, per sport. (Skating/Shinny)
The Skating Ice is available to rent. Contact the Village Office for details.
The Rink Kitchen is owned by the Village of Togo. The operation of the kitchen is put up for tender each year, with not necessarily the highest bidder winning. The successor is then responsible for the operation of the kitchen during regular hours. The Arena facilities can be rented out to the general public. Please inquire at the Village office for Terms & Conditions.
The Togo Figure Skating is a group that uses the Skating Arena for the majority of the winter season. From December to March they meet twice a week to practice and prepare for their annual skating carnival. Always with a different theme, this is their showcase event where the kids are able to show off their awesome talents and ‘tricks’ that they have learned over the course of the season! Please contact the club president, Amanda Burback (306) 597-2115.
The Village of Togo’s landfill does have a compost site. Village citizens can take the compost materials from gardens, yards, and kitchens out to the site themselves, or if it is in a separate, neat pile located near their garbage pick-up site, it will be picked up during regular garbage pick-up.
In Good Taste Foods and In Good Taste Tent & Event Rentals
Rentals http://ingoodtastefoods.ca http://www.ingoodtasterentals.ca/
“In Good Taste Food Service started in 1995 with a vision of creating quality food products. We believed that there were people across the Canadian prairies who wanted quality products with home baked flavour and goodness, and we were right! We looked to our prairie roots for ideas and inspiration, knowing that families had brought recipes from all over the world to our towns and farms. For more than a century those recipes had been handed down, included in community cookbooks, and lovingly prepared by generation after generation. We were and are committed to creating products that reflect our family kitchen traditions. For us, the greatest honour is to hear the comment, ‘It tastes homemade.’ It’s that traditional flavour and quality that keeps our customers coming back.
“In Good Taste Food Service provides a variety of products for groups and organizations wishing to raise money for their club or cause. Our fund-raising program allows you to sell high quality popular bars of many kinds, mealtime items, appetizers, spices and seasonings, cookie dough, and baked goods. We also provide a selection of products to the wholesale and food service industry. Visit with us at one of the many shows and we attend across the prairies, and sample our goodies.”
Ron Andrews is also a master carpenter. He has been creating wood items, from picnic tables to chuck wagon seats, that can be found all over Togo. Check it out! ronscreationstogosk.blogspot.com
Silver Thread Community Centre
The Silver Thread Community Centre is the hub of communication and the heart of Togo. The Silver Thread was originally named Silver Threads Drop In, changing to the Community Centre in order to welcome people of all ages. The Togo Postal Outlet is conveniently located at the Silver Thread, with full services. Hours of operation are as follows – Summer Hours: Monday to Friday: 8 am to 7 pm (grill is off at 6:30pm); Saturday and Sunday: 8am to 12am for breakfast. – Winter Hours: Monday to Friday: 8 am to 4 pm; Saturday and Sunday: 8am to 12am for breakfast.
All important services like banking, groceries, hardware, healthcare and much more are all available within a short commute form Togo.
The Empress Hotel is owned and operated locally! Quench your thirst and satisfy your hunger in this hometown pub! Stop by and enjoy the atmosphere!
Communities near Togo include:
Kamsack, Saskatchewan www.kamsack.ca
Roblin, Manitoba www.roblinmanitoba.com
Yorkton, Saskatchewan www.city.yorkton.sk.ca
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