Holiday Lunch Party – Sunday December 16th

Join us in celebrating the holidays with a Holiday Lunch! Starting at noon, enjoy a hot catered lunch, with crafting activities for the kids, and live music by Das Corzones afterwards.  We will be collecting warm clothing and accessories for the Drop in Centre, and non-perishable food for the food bank.

Holiday Party 2018 web

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Age-Friendly Calgary Presentation – Thursday Sept 27, 7:15pm – 9:00pm

Age Calgary

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
3. Housing
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 You can also subscribe to our Age-Friendly Calgary newsletter at to receive regular updates.

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Annual General Meeting – Wed October 10

Dear Capitol Hill Residents and CHCA Members,

The Capitol Hill Community Association’s Annual General Meeting is coming up on Wednesday, October 10. Our mission is to connect and engage residents through programs and services, fostering a sense of belonging. We also have the responsibility to care for and plan for the use of our Community Centre, and Capitol Hill Park. The association serves as a conduit to City Hall and other agencies as the voice for our residents, and we need to know what Capitol Hill residents are thinking!

Over the past year, the association has engaged on all of the below topics. If you care about how any of these issues are handled, you should attend the AGM and consider further involvement with the association:

  • Enhancements to the Community Centre including new flooring in the Lounge, replacement of coolers and refrigerator with energy efficient appliances, and expansion to the Community Gardens.
  • Community Events like the Pumpkin Carving Party, Holiday Party, Snowman making competition, Easter Egg Hunt, Mom’s Night Out, Community Cleanup, Neighbourday Party & Business Fair, Stand up Comedy Night, and Monthly Community Pub nights.
  • Programming such as Child Safe courses and Native Bee workshop
  • Developments, densification, and zoning in the community
If you have questions about any of the above topics, please get in contact with the Board. All of our contact info is located at the bottom of the newsletter.

Capitol Hill has a great record of being a progressive and safe neighbourhood to live and develop friendships. Our demographics are diverse, and the AGM is where you can make connections, share ideas, learn more about the association, and get involved.

We are looking to grow the Board to be able to increase our ability to broaden the reach of the programs, events, and services offered to the community, as well as to include different perspectives as we move forward in planning for the future of the Community Association. If you would like to join a group of enthusiastic neighbours to create a vibrant Community Association, ensure that you’re membership is up to date so that you may join the board at the AGM. You can also browse the descriptions of the Board Positions to see where your skills would fit.

Lastly, we would all love to meet you and to build new friendships here in Capitol Hill.


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Community Recycling Day – Sat Sept 29

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!

community cleanup

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Community BBQ & Volunteer Awards – Friday September 21

Join us for a free neighbourhood BBQ and to acknowledge some amazing volunteers in our community.  All welcome!

Volunteer awards

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Native Bee Workshop – Thursday May 17

Learn about native bees, which plants support them, and build your own bumble bee nesting box to take home!

Register online.

bee workshop


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Child Safe Courses

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.

alcohol awareness

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