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Clean the Streets!

Help Us Clean up the Neighbourhood!

Can you help collect litter around the neighbourhood on May 1st and/or May 2nd? From 4th St NW, to Centre St, to Edmonton Trail, from 16th Ave to Memorial Drive, and everywhere in between – there is a lot of ground to cover to make our neighbourhood all clean. Garbage bags will be available from the Tigerstedt Flea Market at 918 Centre Street NE starting April 23. After you are done you may bring the litter home to put in your black bin or call 311.

Tag us at @chcayyc on Instagram or Facebook with a photo of you cleaning up and get a chance to win a $20 Gift Certificate to Sought & Found and an awesome CHCA t-shirt!


Unfortunately, the Crescent Heights Indigenous Walking Tours are cancelled. The Crescent Heights Community Association left Many Chief Tours out of a key planning decision for the Crescent Heights Indigenous Walking Tours and did not have a written agreement in place. We apologize for our mistake. We apologize to Many Chief Tours and those who were signed up for the tours for the missed opportunities that our mistake has caused. Our volunteers are learning from this mistake and will be introducing agreements with service providers going forward. Please note, Many Chief Tours provides other Indigenous Walking Tours in Calgary and we encourage you to visit  

Expressive Arts Workshop with Leslie!

Wednesdays in March, 6:30 pm – 8 pm, on Zoom!

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Join your neighbours in an interactive four-part art expression workshop – come for one night or all four!  This workshop is a fun, whimsical expressive art workshop focused on neighbourliness, belonging, and imagining what kind of neighbourhood you wish to live in. Expressive Art Facilitator, Leslie Ortlieb, will be supporting participants through this four-week activity focused on the theme of belonging. All you will need are common supplies found around your house (It’s time to use your imagination). We’ll be creating and using masks as the medium to express yourself. No experience needed, just a longing for creativity.

Leslie Ortlieb is from Blackbird Arts Healing Collective and she is a current Masters of Counselling Psychology student. Her skill of facilitation and passion for art needs to be experienced. 

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Winter Drawing Contest

Draw (or paint) a picture of your favourite thing about winter or a winter scene in Crescent Heights and send to by January 31st.  This is open to kids and adults of all ages (if child submission please include first name and age). 

We are pleased to announce that our new neighbour, Bambu YYC, will be displaying the drawings in their store window on Centre St in February (details coming soon). AND, all participants will be entered to win one of six $20 gift certificates! Thanks to the Crescent Heights Village BIA for making the connection and donating one of the gift certificates!

CHCA Annual Report