Ruckus at the Rink STEAK NIGHT – Friday March 2, 2018
COMMUNITY RINK FUNDRAISER
Mark the date, Friday March 2, on your calendar for the upcoming Steak Night fundraiser – a very important fundraiser for the community, with all proceeds going toward rebuilding the outdoor rink (located just north of Henry Kelsey School at 16 Valens Drive).
DATE: Friday, March 2
TIME: 6 – 9 pm
LOCATION: Mulberry’s Restaurant 124 3rd Ave N
CONTACT organizer Janet Jackson for tickets and more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
TICKETS are only $25 (children’s menu also available)
Tell your friends, family, co-workers and neighbours about the Steak Night
Thank you for supporting the community rink!
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!
DATE: Saturday, January 20 at 10 AM – 4 PM
LOCATION: The outdoor rink on the north side of Henry Kelsey School, 16 Valens Drive
It’s our annual Hockey Day! Come down to the rink and shoot the puck around. Hot chocolate and cookies at the concession to support the rink rebuilding fund. All ages welcome!
DATE: Tuesday, January 16 at 7 PM – 9 PM
LOCATION: Mayfair Community School, 510 34th Street West
This 2 hour session describes the journey to become a gang member, often beginning in early childhood or even prior to birth. Poverty, racism, abandonment, and various forms of dysfunction and abuse lead young people into a life which promises acceptance and fulfillment, but which in fact is addictive, criminal, and controlled by others. Our society seems unable to reclaim these alienated and troubled youth. In this presentation, the Medicine Wheel is the holistic model used in the beginning of a journey of healing. Stan Tu’Inukuafe will talk about the history of youth without belonging, as well as the needs and processes in a journey of recovery and rehabilitation.
During the second and third part of the presentation, STR8-UP members (all recovering gang members) will share their criminal and incarceration experiences and will focus on their self-empowerment and rehabilitation in achieving a healthy transformation. Open exchange and discussion with the audience will close the session.
SPONSORED BY: Hudson Bay Park/Mayfair/Kelsey Woodlawn, Westmount, and Caswell Hill Community Association. All welcome. Donations will be graciously accepted, but are not required.
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
Saturday, May 2nd from 10am – Noon
Community Clean-Up to Welcome Spring!
(meet at 9:45am to sign in at A.H. Browne Park, 37th St. W. between Avenues D and F)
The 2nd Annual Community Clean-Up will take place in A.H. Browne Park and surround-ing streets. The Hudson Bay Park/Mayfair/Kelsey-Woodlawn Community Association is organizing another come-on-your-own or come-as-a-group, all-ages, family-friendly clean-up to welcome Spring and enjoy getting some fresh air and exercise. Garbage bags will be provided, but please bring your own gloves.
A light lunch will be provided to volunteers and water will be available. The bathrooms will be open just before the clean-up, then closed during the clean-up, and opened again during lunch. The park has a beautiful playground, so bring your family and hang out for a bit. Meet at the A.H. Browne Park playground equipment around 9:45 to sign in and get your garbage bags. We also have “Community Volunteers” shirts that you can borrow to wear during the clean-up; the community event shirts are red, so feel free to wear your own red shirt if you like.
Note: Children’s wagons are great for helping to carry garbage bags and the kids can ride along or help pull the wagon.
Hope to see you on May 2nd – thank you for helping the community welcome Spring!
2nd Annual 33rd Street Fair!
What a fantastic day for Mayfair and for everyone who joined in the fun at the street fair! Thank you to the organizers for making this special community event happen and for showing the great energy in the neighbourhood.
The 2nd annual street fair was brought to you by 33rd Street West’s very own Better Off Duds, Owl & Crate, and Back to Coffee Beans/S’toon Antiques and Brass Shop.
Just a few of the friendly faces from today!
TODAY, SATURDAY the 13th from 10am – 4pm!
Brought to you by 33rd Street West’s very own Better Off Duds, Owl and Crate, and Back to Coffee Beans/S’toon Antiques and Brass Shop
Please join us for the 2nd Annual 33rd St. W. Street Fair! Saturday, September 13th from 10am-4pm.
Avenue D to Avenue F on 33rd Street West will be CLOSED TO TRAFFIC so we can celebrate in true neighbourhood style!
We’re starting the day with a marching parade so bring your instruments & noisemakers and meet after 9:30am in the courtyard of the 33rd St Market (see map below with red star, on the north side of 33rd St. W. next to Reflexology by Jessica and Back to Coffee Beans) to learn a simple drum rhythm to play while we march up and down the street.
Buskers and vendors are invited to set up at no charge ~ please contact Nicola at Better Off Duds(306) 979-3837 to secure your spot. We’re encouraging sellers of handmade, recycled, vintage, and re-purposed items to join us. Bring your perennials for swapping! Bring your garden abundance for sharing in the spirit of Food is Free: http://foodisfreeproject.org/
We’ll have Spring Roll Restaurant rockin’ some specials, Tempest’s Gourmet Grub set up at the 33rd St Market, and Pick-Nics Catering will be dishing up some deliciousness from 11:30-1:30! Come HUNGRY!
Find event information on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/288234838049008/
Come spend the day with us and enjoy a real neighbourhood party.
(In the unfortunate event of severe weather the event will be cancelled.)