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Welcome to Togo


Togo is a small village busting with very successful businesses, facilities and attractions, and fundraising events. 

Togo Community Hall
Two floors with a wide open floor plan upstairs with small stage,and basement dining hall equipped with fully functional kitchen and bar.  Bookings for the Togo 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 three dressing rooms. The Skating Ice and the Curling Ice are available to rent. Contact the Village Office for details. The arena facilities can be rented by the  public. Please inquire at the Village office. Togo Figure Skating 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 at 306-597-2115. The Togo District Curling Club runs a week-long bonspiel each year on two sheets of natural ice in the Curling Arena.

Rolly Park
Our very own campground, located just off Highway 5 in the very center of Togo. It features a wide open layout with a full service bathroom and a pavilion that was built after our centennial year. The campground includes many beautiful flower beds, a number of picnic tables, fire pits, powered sites, on site fridges, all located beside the now village owned heritage building, the Anglican Church.

Play Park
In 2010, the Togo Centennial Committee purchased and installed our new playground equipment. A Little Tykes design, this new park added to our campground as it is conveniently located just next door. Equipped with a small shed full of sand toys, this park never gets dull!

The Parkland Togo Library
The Parkland Togo Library is open all year long on Monday and Thursday evenings, from 5 pm to 8 pm. The library is located in the small white building location to the immediate west of the arena.

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 in summer are Monday to Friday 8 am to 7 pm (grill is off at 6:30 pm); Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 12 noon for breakfast. Winter hours are Monday to Friday: 8 am to 4 pm; Saturday and Sunday: 8am to 12 noon for breakfast.

Empress Hotel
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.

Anglical Church
In 2013 the Anglican Church, an iconic building on Togo’s main street, held its last church service and was sold to the Village of Togo, with the intention to make it Togo’s first heritage building. Upon inspection, it was discovered that the roof is deteriorating to the point of visible water damage on the ceiling and one wall inside the church. The Togo Centennial Committee will partner with the village of Togo to pay for the repairs to the roof so the building can be maintained for years to come.

Fishing and hunting
Togo is located only five miles east of the Assiniboine River, and therefore very close to some great fishing. South of Togo about five miles you will find the Togo Bridge or South Bridge, a hot spot for all species known to the river. This area is well equipped with off shore fishing and a boat launch for those who like to venture out! It is also the site of the new and beautifully developed Sun Hills Resort.  http://www.sunhillsresort.com/ Directly west of Togo is the north side of the Assiniboine River, or what is locally known as the River Valley or Barrowman’s Bridge, another well-known area for off-shore fishing. Big game as well as walleye, pike, perch and trout of all kind can be found 
nearby.

Annual events

  • Togo Reunion Bonspiel in January
  • Togo Snowmobile Derby & IronDog Vintage Derby in February
  • Figure Skating Carnival in March
  • Texas Hold Em Poker Tournament in April
  • Togo Ladies Night in June
  • Walk in the Park in June, which is Parks and Recreation Month
  • Togo Fall Dance in October
  • Halloween Haunted House and Fun House in October
  • Remembrance Day Service in November
  • Community Christmas Party in December
  • Family Fun Nights, one night a month from May to September
  • Family Free Skates, one day a month from December to February


Weekly Events

  • Shinny, Fridays from 5 pm to 9 pm
  • General Skating, Thursdays from 5 pm to 8 pm
  • Figure skating lessons, Wednesdays and Saturdays
  • After School Program, Tuesdays and every second Fridays
  • Fitness Class, to be announced


For details and specific dates about these events, please visit the village web site.