CONGRATULATIONS to Felix C, winner of the random draw for this winter’s annual Snowflake Art Project!
* On behalf of the Hudson Bay Park / Mayfair / Kelsey-Woodlawn Community Association, a big thank you to Traycee Martens and the Travelodge Hotel for this year’s prize – the Community Association really appreciates your help in bringing cheer to our annual project.
* A big thank you to Mayfair Library for once again being the drop-off location for the snowflake art – we often hear that they are the best library staff in the city!
* Many thanks to the friendly staff at furnaceguys Home Heating & Cooling 411-33rd St. W for allowing us to use their windows for the snowflake display. We appreciate the community support!
Join us again next year for the Snowflake Art Project!
The recent annual Community Tobogganing Day was great fun – thank you to everyone for coming out to enjoy some winter fun.
A big thank you to Anna and Evan Cole for organizing the event this year, and to Dave Newton and Shaw for donating the hot chocolate – we really appreciate the community support!
It’s time for the Hudson Bay Park / Mayfair / Kelsey-Woodlawn Winter Snowflake Art Project for youth 2-16 years old! Your homemade snowflake will be displayed in the windows at furnaceguys Home Heating & Cooling (411-33rd St W) from mid December until January 6 (snowflake drop off location is Mayfair Library).
You can design your own paper snowflake at home and give it to staff at MAYFAIR LIBRARY from DECEMBER 5 – 18. Give library staff your name and phone number for the random draw happening on December 20 for a prize (not a contest so all youth have a chance). 1 entry per youth (you can make more than 1 snowflake, but 1 entry for the draw)
Or you can join Mayfair Library’s “Cards, Crafts and Chocolate” program on Friday, December 16 from 3:30 – 5:30 pm to make your snowflake. The library will provide all art supplies.
Have fun with your snowflake design and help bring winter cheer to the neighbourhood!
Our neighborhood’s community garage sale weekend is this coming Saturday and Sunday, May 9 & 10, 2015. We’re compiling a map of sales:
Printable Map Here
Google Map Here
Facebook Event Here
And then afterward, we invite you to leave your free goodies out for a Curbside Swap on Sunday May 10 from 3-8 p.m. This means you leave your unwanted but useful items out on your front lawn or driveway with a big “free” that makes it clear this stuff is up for grabs.
Facebook Event Here
Acceptable items include:
Computers and electronics
Yard and garden equipment
Plants, potted trees, etc.
Other durable goods
Garbage or recyclables
Chemicals of any kind
Weapons of any kind
Baby gates and walkers