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:
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:
Automobile, cleaning, healthcare, and gardening chemicals
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.
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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.
Coming up on Sunday October 30th from noon to 4pm at the Crestmont Hall is the annual Crestmont Kids Halloween Party.
There will be snacks, games, activities, crafts, prizes and, of course, the costume contest.
We need volunteers so if you are able to help out with some of the events and activities, please email email@example.com to let us know. The more help we have, the better this event will be so please join us.
Have you ever thought it might be fun to try a sport or activity you’ve never tried before? Or maybe a sport you used to play, but haven’t in years? Do you want to be happier and healthier (and recognize that regular exercise is a great way to get there)? Maybe you feel anxious about going to a fitness facility, gym or arena? What if you could try out an activity or visit fitness facilities with other people who feel the same way you do? Not experts – just regular people who want to try out a new sport, or rediscover an old one. And what if all this fun was 100% FREE?
All Sport One City is an initiative of Sport Calgary in partnership with The City of Calgary to provide an opportunity for adults to come and discover one or two activities at various facilities throughout the city, absolutely free of charge. These activities will be taking place during the day or evenings of November 16 to 20 and all day Saturday, November 21, (RBC Sports Day in Canada).
Multi-sport facilities in Calgary are offering a wide variety of free introductory activities on Saturday, and numerous single sport facilities offering opportunities to try an activity Monday through Friday.
There are tons of activities, and you are certain to find something that appeals to you! Remember, all ages 20 and above are welcome, and there are many activities that will appeal as well to the 55+ crowd. (Some facilities even offer child care while you go play!) Go to AllSportOneCity.ca for a full list of activities and locations, and register to attend sessions in one easy step.
The possibilities are endless and we invite you to register for a few activities of your choice to be active during the week of November 16 to 21. Who knows? Maybe you will have so much fun you will want to keep coming back!
These information sessions are an opportunity for the public to view the proposal that Calgary Planning Commission (CPC) is recommending to Council and find out more information about the July 20, 2015 Public Hearing of Council.
Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015 Location: Irish Cultural Society in Bowness, 6452 35 Ave N.W. Time: Drop by any time between 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Date: Monday, June 29, 2015 Location: Calgary French and International School, 700 77 St. S.W. Time: Drop by any time between 6 to 8:30 p.m.
On June 4, CPC approved the Outline Plan (with conditions) and is recommending that City Council approve the Land Use Amendment and Policy Amendment, once the terms of a special development agreement between the applicant and The City can be reached.