Alberta Transportation, Mountain View Partners, and KGL Constructors will be hosting public information sessions on February 26 and 27 to provide an update on the 2018 construction season for the Southwest Calgary Ring Road (SWCRR). Display materials will feature information on the road alignment, highlight key construction activities, outline areas that may qualify for noise mitigation, and identify upcoming traffic impacts.
The City of Calgary will also be in attendance to provide details on its projects connecting to the SWCRR. This includes:
- Widening of Glenmore Trail, including improvements at Crowchild Trail and the 54 Avenue pedestrian bridge
- Extension of 90 Avenue
- Extension of Southland Drive
- Widening of Anderson Road
The sessions are drop-in events on February 26th and 27th, between 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
Join us for Santa in Discovery Ridge & Carols in the Ridge on Sunday, December 17th
Santa in Discovery Ridge will take place from 3-5 p.m. at Heart + Mind Yoga
This free, all-ages event will have you feeling festive in no time. Chat with your neighbours while you nibble a cookie, sip a festive beverage, make a craft, listen to some holiday tunes and get your photo taken with the big man himself.
We will be collecting new, unwrapped toys for the Calgary Firefighter’s Association and donations for the Calgary Foodbank. THIS EVENT IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE DRCA, HOSTED BY HEART + MIND YOGA.
Carols in the Ridge will follow from 6-7 p.m.
Bring your family, meet your neighbours & invite your friends. Grab a cup of hot cocoa and join in the merrymaking round a cracking fire at our new recreation facility.
Family Friendly Holiday Special at JAVINO. Dine in or Grab & Go for $6 or $10.
What: Music in the Park
When: Saturday September 9 – 3:00pm -7:00pm
Where: Green space in front of the DR Recreational Facility
Why: To reconnect with neighbours and enjoy some GREAT music
Brought to you by the DRCA with title sponsor RE/MAX Realtor David Pellettier, and supported by MLA Mike Ellis.
Music in the Park couldn’t happen without the efforts of many people. Please help us in thanking Craig Johnson at Time Music (formerly of Cornerstone Square, and currently located in West Springs Village), DRCA board members, Michelle Williams, Ben Lee, and Joanne Baker, community member Trish Kawka, plus the dozens of volunteers who are making the event possible (BTW – we are still in need of a few more! – contact email@example.com
if you can help!)The event is free
to enjoy for all, but the DRCA will be accepting cash
donations that will be directed to The Inglewood Arts & Music School. This not for profit organization runs out of the Lantern Community Church in Inglewood. They offer private music lessons, children’s choir, and art classes. Their main objective is to offer affordable lessons in Music and Arts to low income families in their community who otherwise would not have an opportunity to participate. All denominations will be collected – thank you in advance for your generosity.
The DRCA is entering the world of technology and all food and drink tickets are available for purchase by cash and CREDIT CARD!!! We hope you enjoy the event responsibly.
This years Music in the Park will feature:
The Razzama Jazz Big Band
Mike Mackenzie Band
Backroad Traveler Band
Check out this link to learn more about another one of the great bands!
Enjoy the long weekend, and we’ll see you at Music in the Park!