The annual Crestmont Christmas Market is coming this November and we are now booking vendors. If you have hand-made items and crafts or a unique offering, please submit an application.
All applications will follow with an approval process. Once approved your table booking fees must be paid in full in order to secure your spot.
The dates are:
November 17th (6pm – 9pm), 18th (10am – 4pm) & 19th (10am – 4pm)
For more detailed information please visit the Crestmont Christmas Market page.
There are some time-lapse videos and photos of last year’s market on our dedicated Facebook Page.
Get excited kids of Crestmont, our annual Crestmont Kid’s Day event is coming up on September 10th from NOON to 3:00pm. The weather is going to be amazing so we are going to be back outside in the field behind the Crestmont Hall. This is definitely going to be the best Kid’s day event EVER!!!
There will be plenty of food, drinks, fun and games. We will have bouncy houses, mini-golf, music, balloon twisters, sno cones, treats and lots of games and activities.
Simon the safety bear and the Calgary Police will be there and we are also expecting a visit from the Calgary fire department with one of their fire trucks (if available of course).
There may even be some other special guests, we are just waiting for confirmation
Please check back here for the most up-to-date information
A special warm thank you to our sponsors:
- Ward Sutherland‘s Community Events Fund
- Qualico Communities
- The Federation of Calgary Communities: Activate YYC
- Sky-High Bouncers
- The City of Calgary – Calgary Neighbourhoods
We could not have done it without your generosity!
It is that time again where we clean out the cob webs and make our community clean and beautiful. Your Crestmont Community Association is having our annual Crestmont Cleanup Event on Sunday June 25 from 9am – 1:30pm.
There will be:
- 2 City of Calgary Garbage Trucks
- 1 Organic Waste Truck
- The Syrian Refugee Association will be collecting used bikes
- GEEP will provide Electronic Recycling
- Metals will also be collected
- Women In Need (WIN) will be taking usable items
We cannot accept:
- Car batteries
- Glass (e.g. window panes, glass table tops)
- Household appliances with Freon (e.g. refrigerators, freezers)
- Liquids (e.g. cooking oils)
- Rail way ties
- Sod or dirt
- Household hazardous waste including:
- Propane tanks
- Automobile, cleaning, healthcare, and gardening chemicals
The City of Calgary website has information on how to properly dispose of household hazardous waste materials
In addition we will have plenty of food and drinks as well as a scavenger hunt for the kids.
In addition to your own property, please grab your family and come down to help clean up the community. We will have gloves, pick-up sticks and garbage bags for you to walk through the community and pick up any debris that may have blown in from outside the neighbourhood. There are plenty of green spaces in Crestmont that we need to visit and tidy up.
Check back here for the most up-to-date information
Last year we had our first Neighbour Day block party and it was a huge success.
Join us on June 17th, 1pm – 3pm Rain or Shine to celebrate Canada and all things neighbourly. 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.
Thanks to generous donations from the following organizations, there will be live music, food, beverages, a bouncy house, along with fun & games galore.
You may wish to bring a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on.
Thank you to:
We need you to RSVP so we can be sure to have enough food and drinks for everyone. If you do not RSVP there is a chance that you may not be able to partake in the food & drink.
Coming up on May 27th is the annual VRCA & CCA Multi-Community Garage Sale. Please fill out the registration form to have your home added to the list.
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The homes that have registered and will be part of this event include:
|Address||Details on what you have for sale (optional)|
|104 Crestmont Drive SW||-children’s toys, clothes, kitchen items, home decor|
|11 Crestridge Hts SW||Home décor; household items|
|12418 Crestmont Blvd||Treadmill, playpens, kids high chairs, religious pictures framed, toys, house hold, miscellaneous|
|12418 Crestmont Blvd|
|12423 Crestmont Blvd. SW||GUC single mattress and box spring; patio table and chairs|
|139 Crestmont Drive SW||household items, power tools, hand tools, air compressors, propane heaters, ladders, clothing, outdoor furniture, office furniture, dvds, electronics, small appliances, etc.|
|146 Crestridge Way SW||sporting goods, household items, furniture|
|15 Crestridge Way SW||Children’s toys, household items|
|157 Crestridge way||Furniture, decorations, electronics|
|23 Crestridge Way SW||Household items, children’s toys, furniture, clothing, décor for children’s rooms, bikes|
|26 Cresthaven View SW||woodworking tools, Collectibles including Plastic Models and sports cards, Misc.|
|311 Cresthaven Place SW||Bike, tools, lamp, toys|
|34 Cresthaven View SW||TV’s, garage items, tools, household items, furniture and yard tools.|
|37 Cresthaven Way Sw|
|4 Crestridge Way S.W.||Household items|
|418 Cresthaven Place SW||home décor, antique furniture, hardwood dining room table, hardwood Chinese motif dining chairs, other|
|49 Cresthaven Rise S.W.||Snowboards, inline skates, sports cards, household goods, vases, shoes, décor, holiday, miscellaneous|
|50 Cresthaven Way SW||Furniture & appliances, home decor, childrens toys and games, collectibles, clothing, tools, etc…Little bit of everything…|
|62 Cresthaven Way SW||Household items, games, craft supplies, furniture, toys and craft supplies (rainbow loom, beading etc), Tween/xs clothing, children’s/adult books, dresser, bookshelf, kitchen items, house decorative items, electronics|
|64 Cresthaven Way SW||kitchen items, toys and games, children’s clothing, home décor, light fixtures, etc.|
|84 Crestmont Way SW||Golf & sports equipment & accessories, Wall Hangings, Pictures, Mirrors, Decorative Home Items, garden tools, electric snowblower, sports memorabilia (pictures), small furniture (Stools, lamps), automotive supplies / cleaning supplies|
|90 Crestbrook Hill SW||Large dog kennel, student desk with drawers, love seat, household items, books and more!|
|93 Cresthaven Way SW||Guitar amp, child’s bike, toys, books, etc.|
Please join us on Friday March 24th at 7:30pm for our Annual General Meeting. This past year was the most active and eventful in the history of the Crestmont Community Association. We held or participated in a record number of events (eight):
- Police Safety Chat
- CCA & VRCA Community Garage Sale
- CCA & HOA Neighbour Day Block Party
- Crestmont Cleanup
- Kid’s Day
- CCA & HOA Movie in the Park
- Kid’s Halloween Party
- Crestmont Christmas Market
In addition there was a significant amount of work accomplished on your behalf by the development committee.
Please consider throwing your hat in and volunteering for us this coming year. All board positions are always open at every year’s AGM. This year we are looking for a Secretary and a brand new position to be filled that we are calling “Event Coordinator”.
If you have ever wanted to give back and add some valuable board experience to your resume, please consider joining us on March 24th. For more information on being a board member, or just volunteering in general, please contact us. We look forward to another wonderful year and you are all a major part of our success.
Development Committee Presentation
At this year’s AGM you won’t want to miss the development committee‘s update. Did you know that there are several major development projects going on around Crestmont that directly impact you as a homeowner? We have updates and information on all of them.
We will also have snacks and plenty of information to share so please join us! Check back here as we get closer to the end of march for any updates.
Crestmont Kids Council
We invite Crestmont kids ages 13 – 17 to join the first ever Crestmont Kids Council (CKC). This is a great opportunity to learn new skills, get some great experience for your resume, and give back to your community while providing a voice for the youth in the community. Come to the AGM and throw your name it for the CKC.
Al Del Degan, CCA President