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2022 Casino Volunteers Needed

CHCA is looking for a variety of volunteers to help at our Aug 9 and 10 2022 Casino at Cowboys. No experience necessary! Come out and meet your neighbors, recieve a complimentary meal and snacks and help CHCA raise needed funds.

Email president@crescentheightsyyc.ca to sign up now and if you have any questions.

Casino fundraising dollars constitute restricted funds for the community association: our prescribed Use of Proceeds is limited to specific expenditures, but these uses free up other financial resources to fund programs and initiatives, perhaps more important than ever as we emerge from the Covid-19 era.
Casino funds give us leverage and allow CHCA to support you and your family’s enjoyment of our community by: 

  • adding artwork to our streets and parks;
  • organizing programs at our community hall for children and seniors;
  • staging outdoor music concerts in our parks;
  • organizing stampede breakfast and other engagement events such as plant exchanges;
  • supporting our community garden;
  • investing in equipment for our outdoor rink maintenance; 
  • revitalizing our green spaces;
  • investing in our hall to improve its functionality and attractiveness to renters;
  • organizing the community and pathway and river clean-ups; and
  • investing in our website and information systems to improve community communication.

Sign Up HERE or email president@crescentheightsyyc.ca if you have any questions.

“Last Generation” Mini Galleries Launch Event Sat. March 12

Mini Galleries in Rotary Park welcome “Last Generation” in March-April

Opening Event Sat March 12, 12-2pm in Rotary Park

Get ready for deeper conversations about our planet, and some digital content to bring it alive.

The Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth (USAY) brings “Last Generation” to Rotary Park’s mini galleries in March and April.

“The theme of the artwork is Indigenous youth’s perspective on climate change,” says LeAnne Ireland, USDAY’s executive director. “The works are created by Indigenous youth and will showcase a diversity of perspectives on climate change, from traditional ways of the healing the earth, to people fleeing the planet in hopes of survival, to apocalyptic views of the earth taking over.”

The pieces may have a ‘darker’ idea of the what the earth might look to provoke conversations about climate change, and how we might all work together to save our planet.

“Indigenous people often view themselves as stewards of the land,” says Ireland. “It’s important we lead conversations about climate change issues and bring about action through our voices.”

The mini-gallery installation will also be paired with USAY’s IndigiTRAILS app, allowing for digital content to be attached to each piece. USAY has a website that provides information about IndigiTRAILS, you can check it out: usay.ca/indigitrails – the app will be available to community members on March 12th.

Learn more about the artists

Mini Galleries Walking Tour Sat Feb 5th

As part of the Exposure Photography Festival, 20+ Albertan photographers, members of the Exposure Studio Collective, present In Conversation. This photography exhibition will be on display in the Crescent Heights Mini-Galleries in Rotary Park over January and February 2022. Each of the mini galleries will feature a photo-based conversation between a pair of photographers. To accommodate all voices in this group, the galleries will change over to a new set of photo conversations on February 5th. Exhibition 1 runs January 2nd to February 4th, and Exhibition 2 runs February 5th to 28th.

Walking tours of the exhibitions, with artists in attendance, will be held on Saturday, January 15th at 1 p.m. and Saturday February 5th at 1 p.m. Walking tours meet at gallery #1, adjacent to the parking lot on the SE corner of Centre St. N and 7th Ave. NE.

Outdoor and wheelchair accessible, Crescent Heights Mini-Galleries is supported by the Government of Canada’s Healthy Communities Initiative.

Check out the other exhibitions!

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In Conversation – Mini Galleries Opening

Saturday Jan 15th, 1pm in Rotary Park

As part of the Exposure Photography Festival, 20+ Albertan photographers, members of the Exposure Studio Collective, present In Conversation. This photography exhibition will be on display in the Crescent Heights Mini-Galleries in Rotary Park over January and February 2022. Each of the mini galleries will feature a photo-based conversation between a pair of photographers. To accommodate all voices in this group, the galleries will change over to a new set of photo conversations on February 5th. Exhibition 1 runs January 2nd to February 4th, and Exhibition 2 runs February 5th to 28th.

Walking tours of the exhibitions, with artists in attendance, will be held on Saturday, January 15th at 1 p.m. and Saturday February 5th at 1 p.m. Walking tours meet at gallery #1, adjacent to the parking lot on the SE corner of Centre St. N and 7th Ave. NE.

Outdoor and wheelchair accessible, Crescent Heights Mini-Galleries is supported by the Government of Canada’s Healthy Communities Initiative.

Exposure Festival comes to the Crescent Heights Mini Galleries Jan/Feb 2022

Kaitlan Moerman

As part of the Exposure Photography Festival, 20+ Albertan photographers, members of the Exposure Studio Collective, present In Conversation. This photography exhibition will be on display in the Crescent Heights Mini-Galleries in Rotary Park over January and February 2022. Each of the mini galleries will feature a photo-based conversation between a pair of photographers. To accommodate all voices in this group, the galleries will change over to a new set of photo conversations on February 5th. Exhibition 1 runs January 2nd to February 4th, and Exhibition 2 runs February 5th to 28th.

Walking tours of the exhibitions, with artists in attendance, will be held on Saturday, January 15th at 1 p.m. and Saturday February 5th at 1 p.m. Walking tours meet at gallery #1, adjacent to the parking lot on the SE corner of Centre St. N and 7th Ave. NE.

Outdoor and wheelchair accessible, Crescent Heights Mini-Galleries is supported by the Government of Canada’s Healthy Communities Initiative.