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Crescent Heights Community VILLAGE DAYS (June 1- July 1) celebrates the people and places in our community, encouraging residents to build community connections and to build the cultural identity of our neighbourhood. Events, gatherings, activities and creative projects are all organized by residents, businesses, and organizations based in Crescent Heights, Calgary. A full list of programming can be found

Organize an event, gathering, activity or creative project, and submit it to our calendar. Watch out for pop-up events around the street corner and in unexpected places, and check out the cool places in our community. It’s all right here in Crescent Heights!


COVID-19 has impacted all of us. This year the Crescent Heights Community VILLAGE DAYS will take the form of digital events, public art and small gatherings around the community. Please note that all resident-lead events must comply with the Government of Alberta COVID-19 restrictions. This means:

  • more than 15 people are not allowed in one indoor location
  • more than 50 people are not allowed in one outdoor location
  • All gatherings under these limits must occur in a space that allows for mandated physical distancing of at least 2 metres from each other.

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Call to Crescent Heights Musicians for Curbside Concerts

APPLY BY JUNE 10, 2020

The Crescent Heights Community Association (CHCA) would like to support 5 curbside concerts for Crescent Heights residents!  Through the generous support of the City of Calgary’s Ward Community Event fund, we will be able to give a $200 honorarium to five musicians or musical groups for a curbside concert.  The musician (or at least one musician in a group) must live in Crescent Heights.  In addition, we will encourage residents to leave a tip and would also like to broadcast the concert through Facebook Live so that more people in the community can enjoy the experience.  Musicians must be able to provide their own equipment and be able to set up somewhere in Crescent Heights.  Musicians will be paired with residents in Crescent Heights who have applied for a curbside concert for their block through a separate application process.