Schomberg Village Association

Local Links

There are a wide variety of groups in the area. Check out these links for more information.

Arts Society King
Arts Society King (ASK) is dedicated to celebrating the Arts, Heritage & Nature in King Township. ASK presents month-long the Arts Society King Festival in June and July, and partners with other local groups throughout the year to make King a vibrant place to live.

Cold Creek Conservation Area
Cold Creek Conservation Area is located is located 3.5 Km north of the King Road on the 11th Concession and south of the 16th Sideroad Township of King. Visit anytime to enjoy 6.5km marked nature trail complete with informational signage.

The Dufferin Marsh Nature Connection
The Dufferin Marsh is a small wetland located on the east side of Main St. The Marsh has flourished over the years, despite adjacent development, and is currently undergoing a process of environmental renewal.

Schomberg Agricultural Fair
The Schomberg Agricultural Society is a venerable institution in King Township. In May 2014, the Agricultural Board presented the 164th Annual Schomberg Agricultural Fair.

Schomberg Community Farm
Located on 6 acres in Schomberg, "The Farm" is becoming a destination for anyone interested in healthy local food.

Schomberg Horticultural Society
The Schomberg Horticultural Society is responsible for (among other things) the creation and maintenance of the entrance garden at Main St, and Highway 27.

Schomberg Lions Club
The Schomberg Lions Club has been in existence since 1947, and throughout all that time has been dedicated to supporting local groups and causes.

Concerned Citizens of King Township
The Concerned Citizens of King Township exists to create opportunities for members of the community to foster and support actions that maintain the rural character of the Township and protect its environment.

Schomberg Red Wings
The Schomberg Minor Hockey Association (SMHA) was formed in 1961 as a way to provide organized hockey for all of the youth in the Schomberg and surrounding areas. The Association is headquartered at the Trisan Centre.

The Schomberg Skating Club
The Schomberg Skating Club is a non-profit organization, run under the auspices of Skate Canada. The Club has supported and promoted the involvement and training of skaters from Schomberg and area for over 35 years. The Club offers a variety of programs, including lessons for beginner skaters of all ages to training for advanced competitive skaters.

King United Soccer Club
Welcome to King United Soccer Club - United We Play! The King United Soccer Club (KUSC) is the union of King City Youth Soccer Club and Schomberg Soccer Club. KUSC is a community-based, not-for-profit organization, established and operated by volunteers to provide children and adolescents in the King City and Schomberg area the opportunity to learn about the game of soccer, enhance their soccer skills and abilities, and to have fun playing this wonderful game.

Schomberg Village Street Gallery
The Schomberg Village Street Gallery is an outdoor, juried exhibition and sale of quality fine art, held in the historic village of Schomberg, Ontario. Admission is free to the public.

King Chamber of Commerce
The successor to the Schomberg Chamber of Commerce, the website for the amalgamated chambers of King City, Nobleton and Schomberg (known as the King Chamber of Commerce) can be found here.

King Township
The home page for the Township of King.

King Township Baseball Association
The KTBA is comprised of volunteer executive members and coaches who offer House League, Select and Rep competition from the ages of four through nine.

King Township Library
King Township has a number of Library branches. There is one at the south end of Main Street in Schomberg.

King Township Museum and Historical Society
The King Township Museum has a history spanning almost a quarter of a century. Its formation is a result of the committment and dedication of a few local residents determined to preserve and celebrate the Township’s heritage through the creation of a community museum.