If you have unique and interesting items for sale, or hand-made crafts, please consider being a vendor at the 2019 Crestmont Christmas Market. For more information, please visit: http://crestmontcommunity.org/events-calendar/crestmont-christmas-market/
Thank you to those who took the time to come out to the Crestmont Community Association Annual General Meeting last night. It was a good crowd and there was lots of great discussion. Here is a link to the slide deck in case you missed the meeting or wanted to get a better look at all the small maps and drawings discussed in the development presentation.
Your new CCA board for 2019/2020 is:
Director / President: Al Del Degan
Director / Vice President: Chris Wolfe
Director / Treasurer: Paul Christensen
Director / Secretary: Megan Brayshaw
Director / HOA Liason: Paul Godard
Director: Scott Brayshaw
Director: Trevor Mahon
Director: Myron Wintonyk
Thank you also to all the dedicated board members that have made the Crestmont Community Association so great! I look forward to another year working with this group, and now with Myron on board it will be even better.
Al Del Degan
Just a reminder that tonight is the annual Crestmont Community Association Annual General Meeting. Please come and help elect our new board of directors for 2019/2020. There are positions available if you are interested in volunteering.
In addition to some snacks and refreshments, we have an evening planned full of great information for Crestmont community residents. Please join us and learn more about our organization, updates on all the development happening in and around Crestmont, and hear from one of our local kids who is attempting to put together a Crestmont Kids Council.
Parents of children 10 – 16, please invite your children along to the AGM and encourage them to join the Crestmont Kids’ Council.
Cut your tree into smaller pieces to put into your green cart. Make sure the lid can close.
If your green cart is full, tie extra branches (no more than four feet long) together with a natural fibre string or place them in paper yard waste bags. Set tied branches or yard waste bags at least one foot from the side of your green cart.
You can also bring your Christmas tree to a tree drop-off from December 26 to January 31.
7937 43 Ave N.W. (next to community recycling depot)
How to prepare your tree
• Remove all lights, ornaments, tinsel, string and tree stands.
• Do not wrap or bag your tree.
For landfill hours and program information, please visit calgary.ca/christmastree.
The Crestmont HOA wants your help! They are organizing a donation drop off to assist NECA AFS with their annual Adopt-a-Family program in Calgary. The hamper must be ready for delivery on December 14th. The HOA will accept items at the Crestmont Hall during office hours up until December 13th. For more information, check out the following poster or visit their website at: www.CrestmontHall.com
It’s finally here!!! The 2018 Market is full of exciting vendors who will be selling their beautiful products, many of them handmade crafts. We think this is going to be the best Crestmont Christmas Market EVER!!!
It all begins this Friday (November 16) at 4:00pm – 9:00pm and then again Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am – 4:00pm.
We have quite a bit of change-over so there will be a different collection of vendors for you to check out each day.
Here is a link to a photo album containing a selection of the many things that will be available for you to get all your Christmas Shopping done early this year.
Also, from 11am – 1pm on Saturday and Sunday we will have live seasonal music from Doug Taylor
Please stop by, we look forward to seeing you!
To get started go to https://maps.google.ca and zoom into an area and go to street view. Do that by dragging and dropping the little yellow stick man in the bottom right corner of your screen onto a street.
Once you are in street view mode, you can zoom out with your mouse wheel or by clicking the “minus” button in the bottom right of the screen.
In 3D view you can hold down the CMD/CTRL key and click and drag with your mouse to spin and tilt. If you do not hold the key down you can click and drag to scroll around and view the area.
THIS SUNDAY JUNE 24th 9:00am – 1:30pm
Hey Crestmont & Valley Ridge, it is that time of year again where we all get together and clean up our communities. This year, the Valley Ridge Community Association will be helping us put on the event so we welcome all the Valley Ridge residents as well.
This is a great opportunity for all of us to clean up our garages and yards and also help out by cleaning up the green spaces around our communities. We will have garbage bags, gloves and pick-up sticks available for everyone to use. Please grab your family and come down to help out. We live in beautiful communities and it is up to us all to keep them clean and tidy. For volunteers that help out we have lots of food, snacks and drinks to keep you fueled up, and for the families we have a scavenger hunt with prizes!!!
Just a few important details…
What we can take:
- Typical garbage
- Yard waste
What we CANNOT take:
- Propane and helium tanks
- Paint, fuels and chemicals
- Anything dangerous.
If you have any paint or chemicals you can take them to participating fire stations or landfill sites.
The Women In Need organization will be there to take items that are not ready for the garbage as well.
Please join us at the Crestmont Hall and please be careful and respectful to everyone!!!
Don’t miss Crestmont Neighbor Day – 2018!!
Join us on June 16th, 1pm – 3pm Rain or Shine to celebrate with your neighbors.
The location is the west end of the stormwater pond by the emergency access road at the bottom of the 500 block of Cresthaven Place.
Fun for the whole family:
- Live Music
- Fun & Games
- BBQ Lunch (Spolumbo’s)
- Balloon Twisting
- Community Guests: Deborah Drever, Ward Sutherland
You may wish to bring a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on.
For more photos from last year’s event, please see our Facebook page