Delta and its surrounding areas are brimming with exciting outdoor activities whether you like to be involved in the community or you need a break from civilization. There are many clubs and organizations in Delta that can keep you busy and involved. For instance, the Delta Community library hosts events year round for the community of all ages to get together. The Lions Clubs works year round to bring the community together through holiday activities and fundraisers. When the long-awaited summer rolls around summer leagues for your kids keep them from being fidgety and bored as they make new friends and have fun playing soccer or baseball. On the weekend, you can get away by going hiking, fishing, camping, boating, berry and mushroom picking, or birding. Here are some recreational activities to help you stay in touch with Alaska and your community. If you need help finding information on activities outside Alaska, we have a link for that as well.
The community center is open to senior citizens in Delta Junction. It is open on Mondays through Fridays from 10:30am-1pm.
Join the Delta Sportsman’s Association if you are interested in preserving and promoting hunting, shooting sports, and fishing,
For more information on how you can get involved, visit the website.
Here is the link. Make an account and then fill out the registration. It does not cost anything. Make sure that you check in online before you go hiking as well.
The Knitting Circle started in 2007 and has grown to a group of twenty-plus members. Everyone is welcome to knit or crochet, sip tea, and swap patterns and yarn.
For more information contact the Delta Community Library (895-4102) or visit them on Facebook.
“The Moose is about celebrating life together, serving those in need within our local community, supporting our children at Mooseheart and standing by our senior members at Moosehaven.”3
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Call 907-895-4415 for more information and open hours.
“4‑H is delivered by Cooperative Extension—a community of more than 100 public universities across the nation that provides experiences where young people learn by doing. Kids complete hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture and citizenship, in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. Kids experience 4‑H in every county and parish in the country—through in-school and after-school programs, school and community clubs and 4‑H camps.”
Contact Dani Markham at 907-322-8367