Join us for a festive Saturday on December 2nd, from 9 am to 12 pm, at the community hall, where we have a delightful pancake breakfast, hayrides, and a special visit from Santa.
This year, “The Giving Tree” initiative is thrilled to partner with Mamas for Mamas, a remarkable charity that supports Calgary families in need.
Support Mamas for Mamas by either bringing an item to the Santa Breakfast or selecting an ornament from The Giving Tree at the event and dropping it off later. Accepted items include
Canned or Dry Goods
Indulge your sweet tooth and back a great cause by contributing to our bake sale, a part of “The Giving Tree” initiative for Mamas for Mamas. To contribute baked goods, please contact email@example.com or call Samantha Nicastro at 403-619-5149. Drop off your baked goods on December 1st between 4 – 8 pm at the community hall, and kindly provide a list of ingredients with your contribution.
This year, we kindly ask attendees to register in advance. The event is free for current members and children under 12, and $10 for non-members.
We rely on community support, so if you can spare some time, please consider signing up for a volunteer shift.
Join us for another evening of brain-teasing fun at our Quiz Night on November 24 Doors open at 7:00 PM and Quiz Night begins at 7:30 PM! Gather your friends, family, or neighbours and form a team of up to 6 people for an unforgettable night of trivia excitement.
The event will feature a cash bar, so you can sip on your favorite beverages as you strategize and compete.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to test your knowledge, bond with your team, and make memories that will last a lifetime. Grab your friends and reserve your spot for Quiz Night on November 24th. We can’t wait to see who will emerge as the ultimate trivia champions!
Parking lot, Winston Heights-Mountview Community Centre, 520-27 Ave NE
Winston Heights-Mountview’s COMMUNITY CLEANUP, in partnership with the City of Calgary Waste & Recycling Services and Community Strategies, is back! Do some deep fall cleaning, help reduce waste in our landfills and support community organizations with recyclable donations. The event is FREE and everyone is welcome to participate.
Volunteers Needed! 24 volunteers are needed to ensure this event’s success. If you can help on Sept 16 for 3 hours, please sign up. It’s a great way to spend a few hours working outdoor with your neighbours. Volunteers will not be asked to lift more than they are able. We have a few spots for volunteers with physical limitations.
New This Year! We hope to help up to 10 community residents who may be seniors, physically challenged, without a vehicle or just unable to get stuff to the hall by picking up items from their houses. For this, we need one volunteer with a truck. All items must be at ground level and no pianos will be picked up. If you would like a pickup on Sept 16, call Suzanne at 403-276-5474.
The City of Calgary has made two important changes since the last time we held this event. IT WILL NO LONGER ACCEPT ORGANICS AND RECYCABLES. It recommends that all recyclables which don’t fit into our blue bins be taken to the 16 th Ave. Depot (across the road from the Fanning Centre). Organics which don’t fit into our green bins are to be taken to a landfill.
Below are our vendors and a list of ACCEPTED and NOT ACCEPTED items.
PLEASE REVIEW BEFORE ARRIVING AT THE HALL.
City of Calgary Waste & Recycling Services and Community Strategies – GARBAGE
The Winston Heights-Mountview Community Association is excited to announce we were awarded the “Energizing Spaces Powered by Enmax” grant!
An “Energy Star” certified upright freezer for our commercial kitchen and refrigerator with freezer for the West Hall are welcome additions. Not only will these new appliances serve our community events, they’ll also be welcomed by renters of the hall.
Neighbour Day is just around the corner! Come out for some BBQ, roving performers and Butterfield Acres Petting Zoo. The Calgary Police Service will be joining us too and will have a bicycle obstacle course set up, so make sure the kiddos bring their bikes! It’s sure to be a fun afternoon for the whole family! Volunteers are always needed! If you’d like to join the organizing committee, please contact James at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are thrilled to announce we are back to an in person AGM! Join your neighbours as we elect a new Board for the 2023/24 year while enjoying some wine and cheese. All are welcome, but membership must be current to vote. Please visit winstonheights.ca to renew or sign up for your membership.
We are excited to announce we have officially transitioned our memberships to Communal: Community Management Software where you can now actively manage your account and sign-up for automatic renewals.
Current members, an account was created in reference to your email address. You’ll need to follow the instructions below to reset your password. Once you’re in, we encourage you to update your profile for future communications:
Urban Forestry recognizes an immediate need to increase tree canopy on private land within our city. We have seen canopy loss on private land over the past 10 years. In efforts to support this direction, this year there will be 2000 trees given away to residential homes within the City of Calgary city limits.
Seniors, families with children under 18, and Albertans on core support programs can get $600 to help with rising cost of living.
As part of the affordability Action Plan, millions of Albertans struggling with inflation and the high cost of living can apply for the Affordability Payment Program until June 30, 2023.
Families with household incomes under $180,000 can apply for $600 per child under 18.
Seniors who have household incomes under $180,000 and do not receive the Alberta Seniors Benefit can apply for $600 per person.
Anyone receiving monthly benefits through AISH, Income Support, Alberta Seniors Benefit or services through Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) will automatically get their personal $600 payment, but will need to apply for additional payments if they have kids under 18.
Federal benefit recipients (Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security) can still apply if they do not receive the provincial Alberta Seniors Benefit.
The WHMCA is excited to announce we are now working with Communal: Community Management Software. This transition will be taking place over the coming weeks. Residents and non-residents will be able to sign up for new membership and actively manage their membership accounts including automatic renewals.
Our current membership year ends on March 31st, so we’ll be launching the new software next month. Please stay tuned to the next newsletter and website for more details!