The SCA is excited to announce that we will be co-hosting a Canada 150 Celebration on the Hill with the communities of Coach Hill, Patterson, Springbank Hill and Signal Hill on Saturday, September 2, 2017. Read more about the announcement in the Calgary Herald article: Canada 150 We would love to see members of
Membership revenues help the SCA to function. All of the events that the SCA provides or oversees — many free of charge — are funded partially through membership revenue.
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It has come to our attention that poison food is being left in the ravine that runs between Apsen and new Strathcona. If you see anything suspicious, do not touch it, but call the CPS non-emergency line: 403 266-1234 right away.
Drop off is free for SCA CA members. For non-members, a fee will apply for paper shedding and car seat recycling. Items will be limited to one vehicle-load per family. Electronics Recycling Consumer Electronics (gaming consoles, iPods and mp3 players, stereo equipment etc) Desktop Computers (PC & Mac, monitors, parts, motherboards etc) Handheld devices
For information on the camp listed, click on the link. Bricks 4 Kidz/LEGO EV3 Mindstorms Robotics March 27 to 31, 9-4 pm Ages 8+ years Registration: www.bricks4kidz.com/calgary Kidz Inc March 27 to 31, 7am-6pm Ages 6-12 years Registration: http://www.calgarykidzinc.ca/registration.html Sportball March 27 to 31 Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri: 1-4pm Thursday: 1:30-4:30pm
Tribute to the Beatles! Doors Open at 6 pm. Cocktails 6-7pm. Buffet Dinner 7-8:15pm. Dancing 8:30-midnight. Bar Service ends at 11:15pm. Cash Bar. Scheduled Dates: March 18, April 29, June 10, September 30, October 21, November 25 and December 23 SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, April 29th – Grab your Western Boots for “Country
The term “dementia” is a collective term to describe a group of symptoms including memory loss challenges with thinking and decision-making, communication difficulties, changes in mood and behaviour significant enough to affect daily life. These symptoms can affect a person’s ability to perform daily activities. It is common for symptoms to be overlooked due to
Ten lessons for the absolute beginner covering basic vocabulary, opening suit and no trump bids and responses, scoring, leads, signals, slams, the finesse and basic play of the hand. Fridays from 9:30 to 11:30 am beginning February 10 to May 4 (no classes March 24, 31 or April 14) $90 + GST *Community Membership Required*
The City is planning to widen Bow Trail to four lanes between 85 Street S.W. and Old Banff Coach Road, as well as improving the intersection at Bow Trail and 85 Street S.W. These upgrades will provide for a better road network by accommodating existing and future traffic volumes in the area. Construction on the initial
An Accessible City Benefits Everyone
Including people that live with disabilities. Here you’ll find a variety of accessible City of Calgary services and programs to participate in your communities: calgary.ca/accessibility
Richard Pootmans February Newsletter
Property Tax Assessment Information On January 5, 2017, the City of Calgary mailed your 2017 property and business assessment notices. Please review it carefully to ensure your property details are accurate and the assessed value is a fair reflection of the value of your property as of July 1, 2016. Customer Review Period Information If
Registration Open for Springbank Outdoor Soccer
Registration is now open for Springbank Soccer Club’s 2017 outdoor season. The club runs both House and City league programs for kids born between 1999 and 2014. The House League operates programs in U4, U6, U8 and U10 age groups. (Children born between 2007-2014). Numbers permitting, boys and girls and each age group will play
The Avenue Best Neighbourhood Survey for 2017 Is Now Open
For the eighth consecutive year, Avenue magazine is asking Calgary residents to express their opinions in the Best Neighbourhoods Survey at AvenueCalgary.com/survey. The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and closes on February 28, 2017. Avenue awards the Best Neighbourhoods distinction based on a combination of survey responses and data analysis. “In the
Babysitting & Home Alone Courses
Canada Safety Council is offering Babysitting & Home Alone Courses. Dates: March 12 Home Alone ($40) 9-12pm, ages 10 years and up. Babysitting ($60) 9-2pm, ages 11 years and up. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 403-257-2422. Register at: www.babysittingcalgary.com