Fire up the fun with local live music and grilled farm fresh food!

September 22 marks the beginning of Fall; come celebrate the season with friends and neighbours over delicious food, music and fun. Too often we forget to take the time to enjoy the simple pleasure of enjoying the company of others. So walk over to the Hall to relax, lend a hand, or share your musical talent at our first ever Asado and Open Mic.

If you’re not familiar with the term asado, it is a gathering involving an open fire, fresh food and neighbours. People lend a hand in the preparation and grilling – a great way to get to know each other while creating a beautiful meal for all to share.

Our stage welcomes all musicians. No matter if you’re just learning the ukulele, or you’re a seasoned singer, or play in a garage band – feel free to share your passion with us.  There will be a sign-up sheet at the stage to play up to 4 songs at a time.  We’ll provide the basics so you can plug and play.

Fun and games in our community fields – bring your gear for a game of softball, enjoy the bouncy house (thanks Glenn), mini golf, or challenge your neighbour to a game of bocce or horseshoes.

Before the cooler temperatures have us behind closed doors again, come out and enjoy a gathering of friends and neighbours.

Asado and Open Mic

September 22, 2018
3 pm to 9 pm

Cambrian Heights Outdoor Fields

Free Admission

Tickets for Dinner:

$8 with 2018 membership / $10 non-member
Includes grilled meat and/or vegetables, corn tortillas or flatbread, salsa, sauces, fruit and non-alcoholic drink


Meet others while helping:

  • Asadores Pablo and Gray, need a few people to help with the grilling and kitchen prep – learn this traditional Latin American cooking method with no cooking experience required.
  • Jodi needs help with the Open Mic such as preparing the stage, sound system and welcoming the amazing talent.
  • We have everything we need for activities, now we need people to set up and keep an eye on the action.
  • If anyone enjoys beer or wine, we’d love volunteers to help with a beer garden.
  • We would like to keep ingredients as local as possible; we welcome any suggestions for sourcing, lamb, pork or vegetables for grilling.

Please contact Jodi or Pablo at or leave a message at 403-284-1175.


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