Category Archives: Programs

Fall 2017 Indoor Programs in your community

Fall 2017

Online registration will open Sunday, August 13th, 2017. We are using Event Smart for registration this season, and the programs offered can be viewed and registered for here:

https://hbpmkw.eventsmart.com/

You can pay online using Paypal on the Event Smart site when you register, pay at the 1st class, or print an invoice and mail us a cheque at

Hudson Bay Park|Mayfair|Kelsey-Woodlawn
Community Association
P.O Box 30020 RPO 32
Saskatoon, SK
S7L 7M6

Kids programs include an instructor, but parents must attend unless approved by the instructor to leave.
NOTE: No programs on school holidays.

Where this website disagrees with the Leisure Guide, this website is correct. We apologize for any inconsistencies, but printing deadlines require program submissions before details are confirmed.

Program Locations for Fall 2017 :

  • Ecole Henry Kelsey: 16 Valens Drive
  • Mayfair Community School: 510 34th Street West
  • St. Edward School: 1002 Avenue P North

If there are any programs you would like to teach that are not being run, please contact the Indoor Co-ordinator at HBPMKWindoor@gmail.com or any other member of the Community Association. We will offer as many programs as we have space and leaders.

Your Community Association wants to help all residents in the neighbourhood have the opportunity to take part in community programs. If you are not able to participate in a community association program because of the cost, we can help. Just ask about the “Cost as a barrier” program at registration, or choose that option in the Picatic event. If you have questions, please speak with any Community Association Executive member at registration or email HBPMKWinfo@gmail.com .

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Fall 2013 Presidents Message

As this summer has progressed, we have seen the community come together to enjoy its bounty. We saw Sum Theatre host the opening night of its production of Alice in A.H. Browne Park. We had hundreds of people come to the park to enjoy this event. Currently our Local Area Plan is on summer break but returned in August to work on traffic safety for our area.

We are also working on organizing community events to enjoy and are looking forward to our Annual General Meeting where we will elect next year’s board. I encourage all of you to come out and be active in these issues.

Neighbourhood safety is still a concern and I hope more of you will come out and join the local neighbourhood watch to ensure the safety and security of our families and businesses. As we work together to improve our neighbourhood, it improves all of our lives and makes this a better place that others will look at for settling their families.

One final thing I would like to mention is that we are an older neighbourhood with many older fruit trees. I hope if you have one of these in your yard you are able to enjoy its bounty, but if you are not able to harvest its fruit, please consider contacting Out Of Your Tree. This is a non-profit organization that gets volunteers to assist you to harvest your fruit. You get a share, the volunteer gets a share and a share goes to those in need. If you are interested in volunteering your time or if you have fruit that you will not be able to use, contact them at outofyourtreeinsaskatoon@gmail.com. Thank you and I hope this summer has been a very bountiful one for you.

Robert Rudachyk, president, Hudson Bay Park/Mayfair/Kelsey-Woodlawn Community Association