Welcome to Our Club

Canadian Indonesian Social Club is a place to engage social and multi-cultural activities among its members. It is a friendly and fun place for you to experience!

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CISC Bowling Fun [February 1st, 2020]



CISC Children Christmas Party [December 21st, 2019 ]



CISC Participated in YYC Dance Community Concert [November 23rd, 2019 ]


Thank You for Volunteering at CISC Events!



Thank You for Generosity of Our Sponsors for Cultural-Night-2019





Mother's Day Painting (11th-05-19)

Easter Fun Party (20th-04-19)

Fashion Show & Food Bazaar (24th-03-19)

CISC Children Christmas Party (15-12-2018)

MC Hockey Night (1st-March-2019)

Palu Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster
Thank You for Your Donation!
CISC Volunteers Appreciation Brunch [November 18th, 2018]


We build closer cooperation among members and the general public

We're also introducing Indonesian culture through events all members will enjoy.


Meet New Friends

We are welcoming new members, including newcomers to Canada.

Join the Community

We work with other associations in organizing events. We are building our community!

Enjoy the Activities

You can enjoy a lot of fun events including various recreational sporting activities.

  • Canadian Indonesian Social Club will host a series of wonderful events this year. Mark your calendar! You don't want to miss out the following wonderful events at our beloved club.

  • We host events and working with other associations in organizing events. Here are some activities that we did in the past:

    • Free Easter Party (April)
    • Free Stampede Breakfast & Activities (July)
    • Indonesian Day potluck picnic (August)
    • Free dinner at our yearly AGM (December)
    • Discounted rates for sporting events, some include memberships
    • Monthly Warung Sabtu (Saturday Food Fair) Gathering
    • Attendance to Pasar Malam (Night Market)
    • Opportunity to learn and take part in Indonesian dance
    • Access to CISC Facebook Group and CISC webpage
    • Community Information
    • Use our facebook page to promote members own business
    • Being part of other Community events
    • Volunteering opportunities
    • Meeting & making new friends
    • Experiencing the taste of Indonesian food and culture
    Find out more about our past events Here.
  • Position Name Email*
    President Julia Sugityo President @ cisc . org
    Vice President Alam Sjahmanul VicePresident @ cisc . org
    Treasurer Cindy Halim Treasurer @ cisc . org
    Secretary Arman Sunaryo Secretary @ cisc . org
    Member Welfare Arys Wijaya MemberWelfare @ cisc . org
    Cultural Director Herlinda Lanto Cultural @ cisc . org
    Cultural Committee Michael Karmeileopardus Cultural @ cisc . org
    Funding Director Alam Sjahmanul Funding @ cisc . org
    Membership Director Femmy R Aritonang Membership @ cisc . org
    Communication Director Agus KusumaCommunication @ cisc . org
    Social Director Rudy Tan Social @ cisc . org
    Social Committee Christina Kusuma Social @ cisc . org
    Sport Director Debbie Chou Sports @ cisc . org
    Sport Director II Kamiel Fransisco Sports @ cisc . org
    Trustee Wendy Huang Trustee @ cisc . org

    *) Note: Email addresses are spaced to reduce unsolicited emails or spams.


"Canadian Indonesian Social Club is a wonderful community to join. You won't be disappointed."

Julia Sugityo - The President

Who We Are

Who are our members?
Our members consist primarily of self-employed and professionals working in all sectors of the Canadian economy. Our members work for multinationals, government-linked companies, small and medium enterprises, in the banking, finance, information technology, and engineering fields. In fact you can now find our members in any kind of business here and some of our members are now retired. Most of our members are here in Calgay and Southern Alberta but also can be found in other cities in Canada and around the world

What is our history?
The Canadian Indonesian Social Club were founded by Canadians of Dutch and Indonesian decent living in Calgary and became a formally registered non-profit association in Canada on February 28, 1983. These 10 men and women helped local Calgarians understand more about the Indonesian culture and enjoy fun times together. Currently, a team of 12 volunteers manages the organization. In short, we have fun and end up creating friendships along the way. Read More