10 Great Community Association Events in Calgary

Some of our favourite events at Calgary community halls.

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Wine Appreciation Nights

Marda Loop Communities Association

This monthly event invites guests into the MLCA Hall for wine and cheese tastings, with selections provided by professionals from Springbank Cheese and Highlander Wine. Admission is $25 and attendees can register in advance at mardaloop.com.

3130 16 St. S.W., 403-244-5411, mardaloop.com 

Book Club

Mount Pleasant Community Association

This club meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month (except December) to discuss moving reads and gripping tales over snacks in a casual, open atmosphere.

602 22 Ave. N.W., 403-282-1314, mpca.ca

 

Bow Valley Music Club

Strathcona, Christie & Aspen Community Association

The Strathcona Community Centre stage hosts touring Canadian and American folk and country artists every month (except during summer).

277 Strathcona Dr. S.W., 403-249-1138, scacalgary.ca

 

Calgary Young People’s Theatre

Riverbend Community Association

Riverbend’s community hall serves as the south location for Calgary Young People’s Theatre, an organization that offers summer drama camps and classes through the winter and fall for kids up to 17 years old.

19 Rivervalley Dr. S.E., 403-236-7270, riverbendcommunity.ca

 

Drum Circle

Inglewood Community Association

Every Friday night, people gather at the Inglewood Community Hall for a drum circle. All ages and experience levels are welcome and djembe drums are provided.

1740 24 Ave. S.E., 403-264-3835, icacalgary.com

 

Family Movie Night

Cranston Century Hall

If you’re looking to take the whole family out to see a movie, the Cranston Residents Association provides an affordable solution. The monthly screening costs just $5 per family – including admission, juice and popcorn – to see some of the newest family-friendly films.

11 Cranarch Rd. S.E., 403-781-6614, cranston-connect.com

 

Jazz Nights

Cliff Bungalow-Mission Community Association

The Jazz Under the Cliff performance series presents instrumental and vocal jazz musicians for the reasonable ticket price of $15 ($10 for students, seniors and CBMCA members).

2201 Cliff St. S.W., 403-245-6001, cliffbungalowmission.com

 

Laugh & Learn

Scenic Acres Community Association

SACA’s monthly Laugh & Learn sessions offer useful life lessons and tips for seniors on subjects such as buying insurance, selling your home or advance-care planning.

8825 Scurfield Dr. N.W., 403-547-9589, scenicacresca.ca

 

Sunday Flea Market

Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Association

This weekly market kicks off bright and early at 7 a.m. and is a great place to browse for quirky decor items, vintage clothing and other odds and ends.

1320 5 Ave. N.W., 403-283-0554, hillhurstsunnyside.org, hsca.ca

 

Salsa Dancing

Capitol Hill Community Association

Different types of salsa-dancing classes (Cuban salsa, bachata, casino rueda and kizomba) run most Tuesday and Thursday nights. Programs are offered for both beginners and intermediate dancers with options to sign up for full sessions or on a drop-in basis.

1531 21 Ave. N.W., 403-289-0859, capitolhillcommunity.ca 

 

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