Crestmont Kids day was forced inside by mother nature, but that didn’t stop the fun. A special thanks to all who helped out with planning, setup and teardown of the event. Also thank you to Const. Damian Price, Const. Dylan Harris and Simon the Safety Bear. Thank you to the Al Azhar Shriners for their epic BBQ trailer to heat up our Spolumbos sausages and to the Calgary Fire Dept. for stopping by with their impressive trucks and firefighters that made the kids smile from ear to ear. Also a huge thank you to Qualico Communities for their generous donation that helped us make this day possible. Thank you to the City of Calgary who is alway such a great supporter and provided the mini-golf, giant Jenga blocks and other games. Finally, thank you to our members and guests for supporting the CCA and renewing your membership each year. Without your support it would be much more difficult for us to do what we do. Here are some photos from the day:
Mother Nature has sent us INSIDE the hall but that wont stop our fun.
This is the Crestmont Community Association’s biggest event and has been a HUGE success every year. This year we hope to make it the biggest and best ever!
There will be bouncy houses, games, food, clowns, contests, prizes and much more.
The Shriner’s will be there, Simon the Safety Bear will be there too.
If you would like to help out on event day, please email email@example.com
The Crestmont Community Association website is always the most up-to-date and contains the most accurate information so please have a look: http://www.CrestmontCommunity.org
A membership will also get you in free to the Crestmont Kids Halloween Party on October 30th.
We look forward to seeing you!
Here is a link to some photos from a previous Crestmont Kids Day
The Community Standards Bylaw promotes good neighbour relationships through regulation of neighbourhood nuisances like fire pit use, noise, weeds and grass, and untidy properties.
Over the past year, the City of Calgary has conducted a review of this bylaw to ensure that it continues to meet the needs of Calgarians. The review found that while most of the Community Standards Bylaw meets citizen needs and effectively addresses neighbourhood issues, there are some areas of the bylaw that can be improved.
A number of bylaw changes are being considered and we would like your feedback on these changes, you can find the survey here. Your input is greatly appreciated and it will be used to help make decisions on the proposed amendments to the Community Standards Bylaw that will be provided to Council later this year.
It is that time of year again on June 26th, 2016 (9am – 1:30pm) when all of Crestmont gets out to clean up their yards, garages, and basements and gathers up the debris and garbage to bring down to the Crestmont Hall where the City of Calgary has packer trucks waiting. GEEP will also have bins for electronics and the Crestmont Community Association will have food, coffee and snacks.
Make it a fun day for your family! We will have pick-up sticks, vests, gloves and garbage bags at the hall so you can take your family out into the neighbourhood green spaces to pick up garbage and debris that blow in from the wind.
This is a FREE event for everyone, although we encourage you to get or renew your Crestmont Community Association Membership if you have not already done so.
Items accepted include:
- furniture decor items
- yard waste & grass clippings
- materials from minor repair work
- general garbage
- mattresses (although we STRONGLY encourage you to recycle your used mattress instead!)
- household electronics
Items NOT accepted:
- chemical products or containers
- oil or oil filters
- car batteries
- propane tanks
We will also set up a free table for items that are still in good condition that you no longer wish to keep. Someone else in the community may be able to use it. It’s all about recycling items in a safe manner.
This is a family friendly event and a good way to teach our children the value of keeping all our spaces clean and to feel like they can contribute in a positive way by giving back to their community.
Please check back here for any updates / changes prior to June 26th.
On June 18th, the CCA with MLA Deborah Drever and the City of Calgary are throwing a community Block Party from 12pm – 3pm to celebrate Neighbour Day!
The party will be on the west side of the storm water pond at the end of the 500 block of Cresthaven Place (see map above). There will be Spolumbo’s Sausages and buns, drinks, prizes, games and fun for all ages. Just look for the big bouncy house and all the happy people enjoying the company of their neighbours.
Stay informed and visit our website for all the details and any last-minute changes.
We look forward to seeing everyone out for this wonderful event.