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Munro Park – Visioning Event! REMINDER for meeting dates

February 7, 2014

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The City of Calgary is giving Winston Heights/Mountview the opportunity to provide input into how we would like Munro Park to look and function in the future. Beginning with an initial “visioning” session on Feb. 19, residents can share their dreams of what the park could look like, their concerns about current park issues that could be addressed in a new plan, and their desires for amenities in the park.  The design firm, IBI Group, will facilitate the visioning process and use the ideas collected to create some possible park plans.

On April 16, they will showcase those plans at an Open House. There, residents can review the conceptual plans and provide more input and direction to the consulting team. In May, IBI Group will use the guidance from the Open House to develop and present a Master Plan for Munro Park. This document will guide the City and the Community Association for future developments to the Park.

If you are interested in unlocking the potential of this large park on the south and west edge of our community, please come out to share your ideas. All events will be held at Winston Heights Community Hall, starting at 7 p.m.

Feb 19                Visioning Session

April 16              Open House to review Conceptual Plans

May 14              Master Plan Presentation

Christmas Craft Sale and Santa Breakfast

November 19, 2013

DSC_0033Please join us for the Christmas Craft Sale and Santa Breakfast on Saturday, December 14th. Breakfast will be served from 9:30 am to 11:00 am with Santa arriving to hand out treats to the children at 11:00 am. We will have musical entertainment by Mr. Miller, an awesome children’s entertainer, as well as the Barberrellas, and amazing female Barber Quartet, for all to enjoy as well as an amazing craft project for the children to participate in, created by a very talented local artist, Yvette Dubois.

Craft Fair Tables will be open from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm with a wide variety of vendors from homemade jellys and jams to crocheted products to children’s tutu’s, Scentsy, Epicure, Usborne Books, Stained Glass Artworks, original paintings, and much, much more. Get your Christmas shopping done early, and avoid the malls!!

Breakfast has been made available by the generous donations of Community Natural Foods and Planet Organic’s North Store. Thanks so much to these generous donors for their participation in our event.

The breakfast is free to all Winston Heights-Mountview Community Association Members, and at at cost of $4 for non-members. Memberships will be available for purchase at the doors for a cost of $10 per family. And each membership sold will come with a $5.00 coupon for Planet Organic.

A bake table will also be raising funds for community initiatives. If you are interested in donating baking, please drop it off to the hall between 12pm – 3pm on Friday, December 13 or between 9am – 9:30am on Saturday, December 14th. If you have any questions, please contact Mary-Beth at

WHMCA Community Garden Get-Together

September 20, 2013

Join us for an information session and open house Sunday September 29 at 2:00 p.m.

Learn about our plans for the Community Garden and share our excitement in the progress we have made so far. This is also a chance for you to express your ideas, thoughts and comments on the garden. You will have an opportunity to meet the committee, tour the garden sight, hear how the project will benefit the community and find out how you can lend support to the project.

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Community Recycling Day and BBQ

August 27, 2013


On behalf  of the Winston Heights-Mountview Community Association and the City of Calgary Animal and By-law Services/Waste and Recycling Services, we invite all Winston Heights-Mountview community members to attend  the:

Community Recycling Day and BBQ!

When:  Saturday, September 14, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Where:  Winston Heights-Mountview Community Hall Parking Lot, 520 27 Avenue N.E.

Cost:   Free for Winston Heights-Mountview Community Association members – memberships available on site for $10

                       BBQ $3 for everyone

For more information, or if you would like to volunteer, contact Lenore at 403.276.3798 or


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Piano Rodeo – A Fourth Of Nature

July 6, 2013

Saturday, July 6

3pm – Piano Round-up and High Tea
4pm – Rodeo and Parade
5pm – Backyard BBQ, croquet, music sing-a-long
9pm – Outdoor movie

Head over to Annie and Noah’s backyard this Saturday, July 6 at 633 – 21 Avenue NE to see a piano lassoed and paraded through the community.  After the parade, return to Annie and Noah’s for a BBQ, sing-a-long and outdoor movie!  You should bring:  songs and musical instruments, a hat and/or costume, your own cup, plate and utensils, your own drinks (lemonade will be provided), food for a BBQ and potluck and don’t forget a lawn chair!

For more information about the Piano Rodeo, email or call 403.607.2171.


Pre-Stampede Friends and Neighbours BBQ

June 4, 2013

*we will be accepting donations in the form of non-perishable food, toiletries and clothing at this event.  All donations will be given to the temporary homeless shelter, set up North of our neighbourhood on Edmonton Trail, in response to Calgary floods.*


Strap on your cowboy boots and cowboy hat and join your Winston Heights-Mountview neighbours for the Pre-Stampede Friends and Neighbours BBQ. There will be live music, face painters and balloon artists.  Butterfield Acres will be present with a mini-farm for kids to interact with animals and Pedal Heads will be present to do a fun obstacle course and a stampede-style bike parade!

Kids who would like to participate in the parade should bring their decorated bikes to the Community Hall by noon. There will be decoration supplies at the Hall for last minute additions to bike-floats.

When:    Saturday, June 22, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Where:   520 27 Avenue NE, Community Hall

Food:     Hamburgers, hotdogs and drinks

Cost:     This event is FREE!

This is a rain or shine event. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to volunteer for this event, please contact Mary-Beth Walsh by phone (403) 209-1691 or email


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Parenting Course: The Vital Connection

April 11, 2013

Attachment Parents’ Village Calgary presents: “Power To Parent: The Vital Connection,” the first of a three-part series of courses from Gordon Neufelds’ work “The Power To Parent.”

Topics include:

  • How attachment is meant to develop and stay intact for life
  • Dealing with resistance and oppositional behaviours
  • The roots of aggression
  • Addressing separation problems and anxieties
  • Raising children who are capable of deep and fulfilling relationships
  • Attachment – safe discipline
  • Viewing the challenges of ADHD, Autism, and ODD in a new light
  • Insights into separated and blended families

This course will be facilitated by Lorraine Beaudry, a parent and teacher who is certified to present and interpret video courses produced by Dr. Neufeld.

When:  April 26 – June 21, 2013 (eight Friday evenings excluding May 17), 7-9pm

Where:  Winston Heights – Mountview Community Hall, 520 27 Avenue NE

Cost:  Limited amount of tickets at $80 (April 15), Regular Price $100

To register: Please send electronic payments to

Questions about this course:  Contact Mary Beth at 403-209-1691

For more information about Dr. Neufeld or his developmental approach, visit:

For more information about Attachment Parents’ Village Calgary, visit:

“This course is the foundation of the Power to Parent Series.  Children are meant to be raised in the context of their attachments to adults responsible and nothing will work right unless this context is cultivated and preserved.” ~The Neufeld Institute


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Winter Festival

February 7, 2013

Fun for the entire family during family day weekend.

Sunday February 17, 1 pm – 5 pm

The Community Hall Rink, 520 27 Avenue N.E.

All Winston Heights-Mountview residents, family and friends welcome!

Enjoy skating, shinny hockey, snow games and your chance to win prizes.
















Don’t forget your appetite!

We will be serving hotdogs, hamburgers and hot chocolate to keep everyone warm.


Happy Holidays and Merry New Year. Let’s Skate!

December 25, 2012

Ice Rinks Now Open!

Bring out your skates!  Haul out your hockey equipment!  It’s time to enjoy the best of winter!

The central ice rink and the skating oval at the WHMCA community hall are now open!  Not only that, the Adopt-A-Rink in the park on Marsden Road is open also!  Both rinks are available for free skating any time of day.  Hockey can also be played on the central ice rink at the community hall.  Both rinks will be lit for use in the evenings until 10:30 pm.

The central ice rink at the community hall has been reserved for the following activities each week starting in January:

Mondays – 6 – 9 pm Brownies
Tuesdays – 6 – 9 pm Grassroots Hockey

Fridays – 3 – 6 pm Girls Ringette

Saturdays – 1 – 3 pm Free Skate For All (non-hockey)

The oval will still be open for skating at these times.

Please be aware that the rinks will be closed on occasion to permit flooding of the ice, and also to clear snow.  When necessary, parts of the rinks may be roped off with orange pylons if there are problems with the ice.

Many thanks are due to Stacy Nephin and his team for getting the community hall rinks up and running this year.  Thanks also to Craig Baskett for setting up and maintaining the Marsden Road Adopt-A-Rink.  We will post a full list of people to thank shortly.

Santa Claus Breakfast and Christmas Craft & Bake Sale

November 22, 2012

Saturday, December 8th, 2012

9:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Winston Heights-Mountview Community Hall

520 – 27 Ave N.E.

 Breakfast starts at 9:30 a.m. – Santa visits at 11 a.m.

Breakfast FREE for Winston Heights-Mountview Community members

 $4 for non-members


 Lunch Available 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.  –  $4

 Craft & Bake Sale 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Avoid the malls – shop at over 25 craft tables

 Free Christmas crafting and activities table for the kids

All welcome – Come and join the Fun!

 Non-perishable food items for the Food Bank are welcome!

For information call Lenore at 403-276-3798