Category Archives: Events

Community Winter Snowflake Art Project


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!


Community Tobogganing Day!

Where? At the hill in Pierre Radisson Park (McMillan Avenue)
When? Saturday, December 17 from 1 – 3 pm
* Bring your sled, drink some hot cocoa and warm up by the fire! *
NOTE: If there is not enough snow OR it’s too cold (below – 25 C with the wind chill), the event will be held on Saturday, January 7 from 1 – 3 pm.

Community Garage Sale Weekend and Curbside Swap!

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:
Kitchen utensils
Building material
Computers and electronics
Yard and garden equipment
Usable paint
Sporting goods
Musical instruments
Plants, potted trees, etc.
Other durable goods

Unacceptable items:
Garbage or recyclables
Chemicals of any kind
Weapons of any kind
Food items
Dangerous/illegal items
Car/booster seats
Baby gates and walkers

Welcome Spring – Community Clean-Up May 2nd!

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.
 You can contact Suzanne at with any questions.
 Hope to see you on May 2nd – thank you for helping the community welcome Spring!
Community Clean-Up May 2014
Community Clean-Up May 2014


Fun at the 2nd Annual Street Fair

IMG_00902nd 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!


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2nd Annual Street Fair!

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:

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:

Come spend the day with us and enjoy a real neighbourhood party.

(In the unfortunate event of severe weather the event will be cancelled.)

A Great Day for the Community BBQ and AGM

Thank you to everyone who helped make our community BBQ and Annual General Meeting (AGM) a fun day for all!

It was so nice to see new faces along with familiar ones at the BBQ/AGM today.  We could not have asked for better weather!  Thank you so much to the fantastic youth group for setting up the soccer cage, and to Deanna and Jasmine with the giant Jenga game and other fun stuff from Mayfair Library.  Also thanks to Evan for taking care of the bouncy castle, and Elden for all your help at the BBQ with Bob.

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We also want to give a warm welcome to newcomers Tara, Eric, Rachelle, Raelene, and Diane.  They have volunteered to help with the community newsletter, soccer, the secretary position, and in a member-at-large capacity.  Along with new additions to the community association, member Anna Cole has moved up to President, Janet Jackson is Rink Coordinator, and Robert Rudachyk and Dave Newton have moved to a Member at Large position.  We’re happy that our other members are staying with us for another year, and you can read the list of volunteers here:

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We still need a volunteer for Website Coordinator (simply keep this community website updated with current community-related news), so please contact us if you can help:

We’re looking forward to a new year, with the first community association meeting being held on Wednesday, September 24th at 7pm, Ecole Henry Kelsey (in the staff room) at 16 Valens Drive.  Open to any residents in the Hudson Bay Park, Mayfair and Kelsey-Woodlawn neighbourhoods.

Please join us at one of our monthly meetings, and contact us any time if you’d like more information on community programs and events, as well as community volunteer opportunities in your neighbourhood.

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Thank you to all *Community Clean Up* Volunteers!

A big thank you to everyone who joined the Community Clean Up today in A.H. Browne Park! We had a fantastic turnout and were able to clean up the park and surrounding streets and alleys. The clean up was followed by lunch in the park while the kids had fun blowing bubbles and playing in the playground.


It was great to see familiar faces and meet new ones, and we hope to see you all out again next year!



Community Spring Clean Up on Saturday

Please join us for our 1st Community Clean Up – all residents welcome to come out!

What – Community Clean Up

When – Saturday, May 24th at 10 a.m. – noon  (arrive shortly before 10 a.m.)

Where – meet at AH Browne Park In Mayfair near the playground area just before 10 a.m.   We will clean the park and nearby streets and alleys.

Who: This is a family-friendly event, and any residents from Hudson Bay Park, Mayfair, and Kelsey-Woodlawn are welcome. Community Association members will be out organizing the clean up and lunch in the park.

Garbage bags will be supplied by Meewasin Valley Authority (MVA); there are regular bags for adults and small bags for children to carry. We will also have bags for recyclable garbage.

Residents who participate in the 10a.m. – noon clean up will have a chance to receive coupons and be entered in a Meewasin Valley Clean Up draw for a prize.

Please bring your own gloves (I’ll have extra gloves if anyone needs them). I’ll also have public health sharps containers for anyone who would like one.

** Participants are welcome to stay for a pizza lunch following the clean up – We look forward to seeing you and having a little fun on the 24th! **