At A Glance Upcoming Events

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You can email questions to president@cambrianheightscommunity.com or call (403) 284-1175.

Upcoming Events at Cambrian Heights Hall

January 27 Winter Polar Party 11-4pm Ice Rink – Hall
February 10 Pub/Game Night Hall
February 24 Rustic Sign Painting Hall

 

If you have an interest, hobby or sport you would like to share with others, please contact any of the Directors on the Association Board and we would be happy to help make it happen. The Hall is available most weekday evenings and is free for our community activities.

Polar Party 2018 Toonie Winter Carnival

Polar Party 2018

Bring those shiny new skates or borrow a pair from the Skate Shack and celebrate winter with your friends!  The skate shack has a huge selection of sizes for anyone interested.  We will have a fire pit to keep us warm (don’t forget to bring your own chairs), and the famous hot chocolate bar is back! Family skating is sponsored by the Cambrian Heights Community Association.

There will also be tons of fun at the Toonie Winter Carnival sponsored by the Cambrian Heights Parents Association!

  • Games and prizes!
  • Bake Sale
  • Chilli Cook Off – $2 a taste, Bring your Best Chili Recipe!
  • 3 on 3 shinny tournament – $2 entry fee, Teams: one adult, 2 kids

To register for shinny and Chilli cook-off, contact: jessdemars@hotmail.com

Bring your neighbours, good humour and warm coats and enjoy a day of winter fun.

Saturday, January 27, 2018, from 11 – 4 pm

Outdoor Ice Rink – 600 Northmount Dr, NW

Call for Volunteers:

We are looking for a few people to help at the Polar Party. Lead some activities or games, man the hot chocolate bar or tend to the fire pits! Any help is appreciated. Please email jessdemars@hotmail.com to lend a hand.

Lego Contest was fun for everyone big and small

Thanks to Nancy Else the first CHCA sponsored Lego Contest was a very good success with entries for all category ages. Many visitors stopped by and participation should increase next year as the word spreads of this entertaining event. The pictures below were snapped at the awards announcement and highlight just a few of the exhibits. More pictures will be added as they are received.

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Rustic Sign Painting Has Been Postponed

This event has been postponed to 2018 due to not meeting minimum registration.

Watch for updates in 2018!

Chancellor Way Block Party

Chancellor Way Block Party – Neighbour Day – June 17, 2017
Sponsored by John Griffin and Rosalva Ortega with Financial Assistance from CHCA

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Successful 2017 Community CleanUp

Cambrian Heights Community Association and residents collected 11745 kg of garbage on June 18th, 2017. Thank you for keeping our community healthy, safe and vibrant!

Another Successful Polar Party 2017

Bring those shiny new skates or borrow a pair from the Skate Shack and celebrate winter with your friends.  The skate shack has a huge selection of sizes for anyone interested.  We will have a fire pit to keep us warm, hot chocolate bar and cookies for energy and skating fun and games.  This is a free event sponsored by the Community Association; one of the many ways in which our casino money goes back into the community.   So bring your neighbours, good humour and warm coats and enjoy a day of winter fun.

Saturday, January 28, 2017, from 1 – 4 pm

Outdoor Ice Rink – 600 Northmount Dr, NW

**Free Event**

Join us as we wrap up a month of winter fun!

  • Skate Shack – free skate and helmet rentals
  • Ice Bowling
  • Hot Chocolate Bar and Cookies
  • Fire Pit – bring your own chairs and blankets

POLAR PARTY SUCCESS!

Saturday’s Polar Party was another record success with 80 – 100 attendees of all ages. This is the third year of this winter outdoor festival supported by community volunteers and City of Calgary employees. While experiencing very warm weather and chinook winds the ice rinks held up for skaters. Games kept the young participants busy in the snow as did the hot chocolate bar, cakes and cookies. Free skates were provided and children chose to play hockey on the ice or street hockey in the parking lot. Thanks for all who attended this community event.

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Open House November 2016

Presentation on Community Issues & Directions for 2016-17

City Planning Issues – Northmount Drive, Development Permits, Secondary Suites, Centre Street LRT

Informal Discussion with Directors

Thursday, November 17
Community Hall
7:30 – 9:30

Community 60th Anniversary Celebration

On September 16 the Cambrian Heights Community celebrated the 60th anniversary of the community’s first houses being built in 1956. The celebration featured games for the children, a picnic buffet lunch, free period photo’s, a historic community display and both period music and artifacts. A highlight was the attendance of our Ward 7 Councilwomen Druh Farrell who presented the Community with a 60th Anniversary commemorative plaque. A surprise visit by Mayor Naheed Nenshi was well received by all as he made his way through the crowd initiating conversations and allowing many pictures to be taken. Both guests made a short speech which was much appreciated by all especially the many original residents of the community who attended the event.

Many thanks go out to our Social Director Jodi Dixon and her volunteer committee for this very successful and well-attended event. 

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Another Successful Stampede Breakfast 2016

Once again the Stampede Breakfast was a grade success feeding over 300 with great food and community friendship. Despite the threatening weather and a torn up Northmount Drive we enjoyed generally quiet skies and the warmth of the Community Hall while the volunteers cooked up great pancakes and sausages out doors.

Once again I would like to thank all the volunteers and those that joined in for another successful community event. 

Next up our 60th Anniversary Picnic September 17th.

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