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A Big Thank You!

August 7, 2020

The community of Winston Heights-Mountview would like to extend our thanks to the young mission team from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  This team came out shovel and pickax in hand (3 times) and helped our community by weeding much of our Centennial garden.  It was so amazing to have their patience, strength, giving spirit and to hear their laughter as they shared stories and history.  Thank you.  Our community appreciates your help.
Here are a few pictures from the day.

Centennial Garden Volunteers

June 29, 2020

Our community hall, with it’s adjoining gardens and playground are the heart of our community and bring our families together to play and learn.  The centennial garden is the beautiful flower garden in front of our community hall and we are recruiting for our Centennial Garden Care Team.  This garden was designed and developed on the 100th anniversary of our community and is maintained by community volunteers.  Over the years there have been a few changes to improve the space and to lighten the workload.  We now have an installed sprinkler system and that has helped our plants to survive and thrive.   

This season we were impacted by the COVID-19 measures and were not able to clean up and weed the garden as we normally do.  There was a point where the dandelions outnumbered the plants and shrubs.  In the past month, we have been able to get out to clean up and it shows.  Quite a bit of the garden has been weeded thanks to a few volunteers who have stepped forward to join the care team.  We have also been gifted a few flowers for our plant pots.  We cannot say thank you enough to each and every one of you!!  We need additional care team volunteers to help make this garden an ongoing success.

Next steps; we are organizing an adopt a garden section program.  We need volunteers who can adopt a small piece of the garden to keep it weed-free.  By breaking the garden into smaller sections it will not be so overwhelming as you only have to focus on your area and you can count on your team members to do the same for theirs.  Each section would be about 7 feet by 3 feet (that’s about the size of one of the garden beds in our community garden).  You can take on a section yourself or together with a friend.  If you are looking for a smaller section, don’t hesitate, we welcome all helping hands.

Think of the section to be adopted as from one rock and another, from a rock to a tree, from rock to sidewalk…no matter how small we welcome you.

If interested please contact Marcia at

See you in the garden.

Reminder from the Garden

July 27, 2017

The community garden would like to welcome everyone to come visit and see how well our crops are progressing this year. We ask you not to pick from the individual beds, as there are signed tasting gardens, an herb spiral, and lots of fruit trees and bushes, including some giant rhubarb, from which guest are welcome to sample.
Also, please remember that lots of our trees and shrubs are still in their tender early years and need to be treated gently. 
Enjoy the garden!

Volunteer Opportunities

August 25, 2016

Volunteer Opportunities:

Committees and Groups to Join

Act III Neil
Activities & Events Kari
BookClub Kendra
Centennial Garden Linda
Community Garden Stephanie
Community Relations Karl and DJ
Facilities & Operations Don
Finance Don
Heritage Linda
Mom’s Night Out Christine
Munro Park Redevelopment Karl
Planning & Development Kris
Playgroup Sarah
Traffic Ian

As you can see, we do have a couple of vacant positions within these committees/groups and without the help of volunteers these committees/groups have difficulty functioning or even worse aren’t able to exist to function.  If you are interested in joining any of these committees/groups as the lead, or to assist with meetings and organizing of event or just to volunteer to assist at the time of the activity or event we would love to have you!  You can email directly with the above email address or send to:

Interested in Starting a New Club/Group

May 25, 2016


We’ve had several community members inquiring about shared interests and if anyone had a Club/Group organized. An example of an existing club is the Book Club, however there is the potential for many more!

If you’d like to start a club/group and get your information out there, let us know! Some ideas that have been put forward are, knitting, sewing, running and photography.

Let us know if you are interested in anything and we can help connect you!

Winter Garden Wonderland Bonfire – Tonight: Feb 6, 2016

February 6, 2016


Enjoy the Community Garden Year-Round!

Join us on tonight February 6 from 5:00 – 9:00pm (ish) for a Winter Garden Wonderland Bonfire in the WHM Community Garden. There will be skating, music, hot beverages, vegetarian chili and snacks, so bring your skates and lawn chairs and come enjoy the splendor of the garden as the firelight dances across the snow-covered beds!

This free event is open to the public, so bring the kids and come meet your neighbours.

Looking forward to seeing all of you  TONIGHT.

Last chance for Tickets!! Twilight in the Garden: An Evening of Cocktails and Canapés

July 21, 2015

Phase 2 of the Community Garden is almost complete. The beds, pathways, and perimeter plantings are all in place in the new south leg and a pergol frames the gathering spot. Just a few last minute projects to finish and we’ll be ready for the Grand Opening. Join us at the WHMCA Community Garden on August 12th at 7:00 p.m. for the celebration!

Tickets available until July 30, 2015


To purchase tickets you can email or follow this link to purchase them online:

Space is limited!