THE BEST PLACE FOR NEIGHBOURS TO CONNECT!
Saturday, June 15th from 9 AM to 12 PM at 22 Street / 27 Avenue SW
Open to all
It’s time for our 10th annual Paint the Pavement Event! Mark your calendars and come on out and help us paint our neighbourhood SAFE!! Our paints are water based and our design, as always, is all-ages-friendly!!
Thursday, June 20th, starting at 6:30 PM at the Community Hall
Open to all
We will have guest speakers and will also provide an update on the latest and greatest in the community. The results of the community survey will also be presented, which is intended to guide the community association’s activities for 2019 and beyond. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided. We look forward to seeing you there and stay tuned for more information!
Every Saturday in May and June at the Richmond School Pitches and Killarney dry pond field
Wrap up party on June 29th
The Teams are ready, the coaches identified, and we're about ready to go! Thanks Graham and Laura for organizing everyone!
Timbits is a parented program for 3 to 8 year olds who want to learn soccer basics, have fun and meet new friends. The program runs once a week on Saturday mornings - 10 am to 11 am in May and June. Each session lasts 1 hour. The playing fields are the Killarney Dry Pond (2828 28 St SW) and the Richmond School pitches.
The cost is $40 per child for members of the Richmond Knob Hill Community Association, Killarney Glengarry Community Association, Bankview, and Currie Barracks/Rutland Park, $60 for non-members.
Please note that registration for 2019 is now closed. We look forward to another great season!
2019 ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND AND SPLASH PARK
Saturday, June 22nd, 1 pm to 4 pm at the Community Association Grounds (If there is rain, it will be in the hall)
Open to All
Let your kids imaginations soar in this space for kids to rediscover play. This City of Calgary organized event will be held outside if the weather is good or inside if we get our usual June rains! Come join us at the community association grounds for a fun afternoon of unstructured play!
The Calgary Fire Department will also be hosting a splash park on the same day! The Calgary Fire Department (CFD) had the creative idea to use existing fire hydrants to bring pop-up spray parks to neighbourhoods. As part of the fun, Calgary Fire Department staff take a moment to discuss fire safety with participants.
Every Tuesday from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm (beginners) and Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30 pm (Improvers) and 7:30 to 8:30 pm (Intermediate), Re-starting Sept. 10th
Registration: Contact Diane: (403) 470-9868 - Drop-ins $12/ person
Want to learn how to line dance? Or do you know how already?
For more info contact Diane at 403-470-9868 or visit the website at www.linedancestampede.com and learn about the instructor, sessions, payment, drop-ins and more.
Hope to see you on the dance floor!
Every Monday from 7 pm to 8 pm, Starting on July 8th, Session Runs in July and August
Registration: Sign up on Meetup Group
Summer teaser of slow mindful Yoga.
May 29 to June 12
FREE for all, make sure to sign your children's waiver before you send them to the rink register
Skate park will be up and open to the public free of charge. It will be located in the Richmond community boarded skate rink.
Mon - Fri 3:00 - 7:00 pm Sat/Sun 10:00 - 6:00 pm
Scooters welcome! (No bikes please). Some free lessons and general assistance is available this year on a drop-in basis. Waivers must be signed and only limited equipment is available so please bring your own if you have some. Helmets will be mandatory. Wrist guards, elbow pads, and knee pads are recommended. Have fun and play safe!
Weekdays during the Last Week of June to the Last Week of August
Encourage a healthy, active lifestyle for your children by enrolling them in the Pedalheads fun and exciting bike and sports camps! Since 1995, Pedalheads have been teaching kids to go from training wheels to trails by combining exciting lesson plans with amazing instructors and small class ratios. Pedalheads will be once again offering courses from the last week of June to the end of August at the Richmond/Knob Hill Community Association and will be offering both bike and sports programs. Go to www.pedalheads.com to learn more and sign up
July 15 to 19th, 6:00 to 7:00 pm (6-7 years) and 7:00 to 8:00 pm (8-9 years) at the Richmond Green Tennis Court
Due to the success of last year's program, we are really happy to announce that we are bringing back a tennis camp for community kids again this summer! Registration will be open in May and will close June 20th.
Richmond Knob Hill Community Association Grounds
Are you interested in growing your own food, learning about gardening, and rubbing shoulders with your fellow community members? Renew or book a gardening plot at the community association grounds by contacting the RKHCA community garden coordinators! Plot rentals are $25/season and renters must have a current RKHCA membership. Please note that renewals take priority over new requests and that plots will be assigned on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Contact the community garden coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Join us for another great gardening season in 2019!
Saturday, August 17 (Car Show 11 am to 3 pm, Trophies 3 to 4 pm; Richmond Knob Hill Community Association Grounds
Open to All
Join us for the annual car show at the Richmond Knob Hill Community Association grounds. Learn more here: https://calgarythunderbirdclub.com/. Photo credit Jerry Bowley
Every Thursday from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm from September 26th to December 5th
Registration: Sign up on the website
MiniPreneurs will experience the steps to successfully creating their own businesses. MiniPreneurs aged 7-9, 10-12, and 13-15 years old will build their own mini business from Idea generation, Branding, Marketing, Establishing a Target Market, Budgeting, Prototypes, to Sales and Service. Then they put their sales skills to the test at Market Day where they sell their products!
MiniPreneurs have an entrepreneurial mindset. They will learn to take initiative, solve problems, think critically, make decisions, interact with people confidently, and look for opportunities around them. Our MiniPreneurs will understand that making mistakes is an important part of learning. They will become more responsible with money as they learn its' value. Add best of all, our MiniPreneurs HAVE FUN!
See photos of MiniPreneurs in action and see what they say about the program at www.minipreneursyyc.com