Capitol Hill Community Centre
1531 21 Avenue NW, Lounge (blue door)
Calgary has a plan to meet the needs of our aging population and become a better place to liveas we age? Learn more about the Seniors Age-Friendly Strategy, including who is involved, what has been accomplished so far, and what you can do to make your community more age-friendly.
We’ll discuss the 6 identified priority areas:
1. Access to Information and Services
2. Community Supports and Health
4. Elder Abuse prevention and Response
5. Participation and Inclusion
6. Transportation and Mobility
This is a free event and everyone is welcome to attend. See you then! For more information contact Angela Catenacci at (403) 476-7244 or
email@example.com. You can also subscribe to our Age-Friendly Calgary newsletter at calgary.ca/agefriendly to receive regular updates.
Have some items lying around that you no longer need? Bring them to the Community Centre to be recycled, or donated to the Women In Need Society!
Join us for a free neighbourhood BBQ and to acknowledge some amazing volunteers in our community. All welcome!
Learn about native bees, which plants support them, and build your own bumble bee nesting box to take home!
We’re bringing the popular courses from Child Safe Canada to the Community Centre! The Home Alone + First Aid course is tailored for youth 10 and up, including younger siblings grade 1+. The Street Smart course, geared towards children 6-12 teaches kids personal safety, what to do if you’re lost, introduces children to the “stranger” myth, and how to recognize tricks used by unsafe people to gain their trust. Register online, and reserve your spot today. Maximum 30 participants per course.
The Capitol Hill Community Association relies on its volunteers for fundraising, organizing social events, and improving our neighbourhood streets. The neighbour awards is to formally recognize the individuals for their hard-work, dedication, and generosity of time and energy. The awards are in line with the community association’s vision to create a connected, walkable place that is safe and welcoming.
WHO CAN BE NOMINATED?
All individuals who contribute any amount of time improving their neighbourhood or contributing to the community, and who you feel should be recognized.
HOW DO I NOMINATE?
Complete the Neighbour Award form below.