Our local school has small class size, the latest technology, and it’s walkable from most of Montgomery. Before and after school care, the summit kids program, and full-day kindergarden make a great school even better. For more information click here.
The City of Calgary is holding two open houses for communities near the proposed Trinity-Paskapoo commercial and residential development, just east of COP. For more information about the development click on the picture to the right. For details of the open houses, see the picture below or click here.
If you helped with flood relief efforts in Bowness last June, this party is for YOU! Come to Bow Crescent, June 21, 2014, between 1-6pm. The street party will take place from the John Hextall Bridge to Hexter’s Pub and there will be celebrations to honour all the amazing volunteers. There will be music, children’s area, food trucks and entertainment. Wear your rubber boots rain or shine! Even if you couldn’t help out in Bowness, you might enjoy hearing the music and meeting our neighbours across the river.
The Calgary Police Service is leading a mock “missing child” training exercise on June 22 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. using a portion of the University of Calgary main campus. The training will involve more than 80 police officers and searchers from various organizations, including the Calgary Search and Rescue Association (CALSARA), the University of Calgary (Campus Security, Risk Management and University Relations), Calgary Transit, and Foothills and Cochrane Search and Rescue.
We’re all anxious to get out there and start enjoying the warmer weather. The Calgary Fire Department has issued a warning about the Bow River, however, which is NOT back to normal after last year’s flood. Check out the story in the Calgary Herald by clicking here before you grab your raft or tube.