A reminder that we’re holding a spring community meeting to update the community, and watch a 30 minute documentary on community-building in Calgary.
7:00-7:45 Community update
7:45-8:15 Our City Our Soul: Five Neighbourhood Stories (Documentary)
8:15-9:00 Social time and Networking
Snacks, juice and water are provided.
Cash Bar for wine and beer.
ARC Lounge – April 18
Calgary Aging in Place Cooperative (CAIP)
presents a FREE session:
You are invited to an interactive, educational session offering
proven methods to prevent falls & injury.
Techniques will be demonstrated & you get to try them yourself.
- You can instantly reduce your chance of falling by up to 70%
- Techniques to reduce other injuries
- Guidance on better body positioning, posture and movement
Ian McCabe CHSC, has been presenting injury preventative strategies for more than 15 years.
No need to register; it’s a drop-in session.
For more information, contact Ian
Supported by the Acadia Strong Neighbourhood Initiative and Acadia Community Association
Personal Injury Prevention for Seniors
Happy New Year! We hope you all enjoyed your holiday season and welcome you into an amazing 2018!
The first edition of Hello Acadia for 2018 is now out!
- Crokicurl Grand Opening Jan 13
- January Social Jan 13
- Winter Carnival Feb 17
- Message from Ward 11 City Councillor Farkas
- Message from Calgary-Acadia MLA Payne
The parking lot at 430 Acadia Dr SW is being turned into an outdoor living room on August 19, 2017, from 10AM-4PM – coinciding with the Parade of Garage Sales!
Featuring new, designed-for-Acadia furniture, espresso, a pop-up bookstore, bocce ball, ping pong, board games, arts & crafts, complimentary snacks, and simple traffic calming along Acadia Drive.
This project is made possible by the Alberta Traffic Safety Fund, co-ordinated by Sustainable Calgary and the Acadia Community Association, and developed by local volunteers, the Art and Garden Society, O2 Planning + Design, the bench project, Kilometre Design, the City of Calgary, Arusha, and n+1 design.
Learn more on site about how and why we’re there! Check out this blog on how the site was selected.
Contact Celia Lee if you would like to volunteer. We could use a few more hands for set-up and back-up during the event, and can accommodate your schedules. Thank you in advance!
We hope to see you soon!
Acadia Pop Rocks
The summer edition of Hello Acadia is out & available for download.
• Acadia Stampede BBQ – July 13 – 4-7pm
• Acadia Clean-up Review
• Parade of Garage Sales – Aug 19
• Park ‘n’ Play Programs
• Stay ‘n’ Play Programs
• Message from MLA Brandy Payne
• Message from Councillor Gian-Carlo Carra
At the ARC from 9am – 2pm.
• Paper Shredding
• Electronics Recycling
• Car Batteries
• Reusables table
See poster for full details!
Hello Acadia – May is online!
Everyone had a great time at the Acadia Community Winter Carnival yesterday! It’s one of the community events that’s led Acadia being named 4th best neighbourhood by Avenue Magazine Survey in 2016. The year before, Avenue’s Best Neighbourhoods Survey put us in the third spot!
Avenue’s Best Neighbourhoods
I encourage you to take 5 minutes to take their survey. Do it now, there’s only a few more days to share your thoughts on your awesome community!
Remember all the great things your community has to offer when filling out the survey. Acadia is well situated in the city with easy access to downtown and onto many arterial road choices if you’re exploring outside the community. We boast green space, many school choices, diverse places of worship. With the Acadia Recreation Complex, Acadia Aquatic & Fitness Centre & Osten & Victor Alberta Tennis Centre, we’re a hub for active living! Our active Community Association is often recognized for it’s engagement. Our community offers a number of housing choices, which attracts all the benefits of having people from all ages, wages and stages of life sharing a space.
Avenue’s Best Neighbourhoods
Hello Acadia – February is online!
- Acadia Community Winter Carnival!
- Volunteers Needed
- Calgary Awards
- Ward 9 Cllr. Gian-Carlo Carra message
- Calgary-Acadia MLA Brandy Payne message
- Acadia Community Garden & Art Society update
Hello Acadia February
Our AGM is tonight!
Acadia Community Association Annual General Meeting
Residents must purchase their annual memberships at least 30 days in advance (Aug 30 cut-off) of the AGM in order to vote. But you can still come and buy your membership tonight. Also, the ACA has a few vacant board positions that could be filled at the AGM.
Memberships can be purchased directly at the ARC (cost is $10 for charter renewal, $15 for single membership, and $25 for family & non-residents).
With membership comes many benefits, including discounts at the ARC and several local businesses. The ARC is home to many great programs that help make Acadia a wonderful place to live.
Support your community!
See below for details!