Blackfoot Family Lodge Society mission statementExtended to March 31, 2020. The art exhibition, The Blackfoot Story: Indigenous artists telling their story in vivid portrayals that speak directly to the heart in a 500-year timeline. Located in the Blackfoot Gallery. We invite you to book a tour at (403) 894-7962 or drop by any Friday morning at 10 am for a guided tour.

Thank you to Blackfoot Lodge supporters:

Lorne Pavan and LaFarge Canada for the creation and maintenance of the beautiful GreeneSpace;

Kirsten Hironaka and Earthlings Inc for the amazing design and the City of Lethbridge for their coordination and support.


Programs offered by the Blackfoot Family Lodge Grandma's Lodge: a communal living haven, 12 family and single rooms available for monthly rental with a bonus Residential Program: honing homemaking skills, engaging in meaningul daily activities and developing support systems just as you would at Grandma's.

Aunties' Lodge: discussion groups open to the public on all things Blackfoot - language, history, ceremonial protocols, traditional social organization, arts, crafts - information that you would generally get from your Aunts. Check Calendar.

Napi's Lodge: still percolating


Donate to the Blackfoot Family Lodge SocietyThe Blackfoot Family Lodge is a non-profit charitable organization that relies on financial donations to support our programs and assist our residents.  Please contact us at (403) 329-6506 or (403) 894-7962 to donate to the Society. 

Thank you to our supporters: 

- Tori Leavitt & Second Nature Tree Care  for preventing a tragedy at the Blackfoot Family Residence by removing three humongous dead trees leaning into the west side of the two story house

- Otillia Harlos for the much appreciated knitted toques

- Southminister United Church and Rev. James for new fridges. "This weekend, Rev. James and a team from Southminster moved thirteen fridges into individual rooms at the Blackfoot Lodge, Lethbridge. It was such a beautiful day and we all felt so blessed to be a blessing to others. Thank you to all those who played a part in making this donation possible!"


To provide culturally appropriate interim and transitional housing to Indigenous women, families in Lethbridge.


The Blackfoot Family Lodge Society plays a critical role in helping Indigenous women who need help adjusting to an urban setting. Established in 1993, the Blackfoot Family Lodge Society was born out of an identified need for transition accommodation for Indigenous women and has since been embodied as an umbrella organization for a tetrad of programs and services.