City Of Calgary Survey

The City of Calgary Community Social Worker for Highland Park is currently conducting a community assessment in order to learn more about how residents are involved in their community, challenges  they are experiencing and what services and supports are needed in the community. Your feedback would be greatly appreciated.  Should you wish to complete the survey, please follow this link: .  Note: You may remain anonymous.  Answers are collected by The City of Calgary directly.  Should you wish to have more information please contact Jennifer DiMarzo or 403-476-7295.

Big Night In!

Put on some sweatpants and join us:


You don’t need to dress up, hire a sitter, stay up late or brave the elements to take part in our biggest family fundraiser yet! You can simply write a cheque or make an online donation from the comfort of your living room. Our goal is to raise $10,000 from this initiative, which can be achieved by 100 families donating $100! An added incentive is that every donation of $100 or more is tax deductible—but we are more than happy to accept donations of ANY amount you see fit. Every dollar adds up!

a) Online: using a credit card or PayPal account. Visit, click the DONATE NOW BUTTON from the Community-Led Projects Page. Specify 'Highland Park Community' in the PayPal payment page where it asks the question “Which project are you supporting?”


b) By mail: mail in a completed donation form and cheque (donation form to be located at


c) By phone: Parks Foundation Calgary accounting department 



Please note: for donations of $100 or more, make sure you check the "share my address with the Parks Foundation" box in order to receive your tax receipt in the mail.


Spolumbo's Playground Fundraiser May 1 - 25

Spolumbo's is back!

Just in time for BBQ season, we have another Playground Fundraiser for you. Spolumbos sausages are in great demand and are awesome!! All of the sausage products come fresh, while the burger patties (chicken or beef) come frozen. It is recommended that you portion your sausages before freezing them.

All of Spolumbos sausages and patties contain NO: Gluten – MSG – Binders – Fillers – Preservatives – Eggs – Dairy – Nuts – Nitrates.

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There are 2 trays in each case, so half orders are available for all sausages. What's changed this year is that you can order a half case without coordinating with someone else. Please note - Burger patties and Chicken burger patties are excluded from ordering a half case.

Please contact Carolyn at to get your order form via email. Bring your completed order form in (only one per family) along with payment (cash or cheque made out to Highland Park Community Association) to Carolyn at the Highland Park Community Association. Carolyn can be reached at or 403.276.6969.

This fundraising campaign will run from May 1 - 25. Orders will be ready for pick up on Saturday, June 9 (between 10:30am - 11:00am at the Community Hall) Please note that you must pick up your sausages or have someone pick them up for you. We cannot store them at the community hall.

Questions may be directed to: 
Emma Taylor at 
or Carolyn Bergen at

Happy selling!!!

Coco Brooks Playground Fundraiser!!!


As you may know, the Highland Park Community is currently fundraising for a much-needed playground overhaul. Our first-ever Coco Brooks Fundraiser is running from March 12 to March 31. Orders will be ready for pick-up at noon on April 14 at the Community Hall.

If you’d like to support this campaign by ordering some delicious products, please visit: 

Enter the invitation code: latke-bren

Please enter the website as a “seller” and sign up. Once you get to the campaign page, you can add order, view products, and invite additional customers. This process is all online and you can pay by credit card/debit.

Once you’ve signed up for an account, you will have your own unique customer invitation code (click the Invite Customers button to find it) to give out to your friends/family. 


a) Online: using a credit card or PayPal account. Visit, click the DONATE NOW BUTTON from the Community-Led Projects Page. Specify 'Highland Park Community' in the PayPal payment page where it asks the question “Which project are you supporting?”

b) By mail: mail in a completed donation form and cheque.

c) By phone: Parks Foundation Calgary accounting department (403) 974-0751

Please note: for donations of $100 or more, make sure you check the "share my address with the Parks Foundation" box in order to receive your tax receipt in the mail.

Thanks for your continued support and happy fundraising!

Highland Park Food Conversations


Join Us for a conversation cafe about food security in Highland Park.
Free Dinner and childcare provided.

For more information or to register:
Jennifer DiMarzo
The City of Calgary


Thursday  January 18th from 5:30 - 8:30

Highland Park Community Association.
3716 2 Street NW


Monday  January 22th from 5:30 - 8:30

Centre Street Church
West Campus
4120 Centre Street NE

Community Dinner - January 24th at 6 PM

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Join us for our first session to talk about FOOD
When:  Tuesday, January 24th at 6:00pm
Where:  5600 Centre Street N.
Thorncliffe/Greenview Community Association

-Does the cost of food make it hard to meet all your needs?
-What are some tips and tricks to stretch your food budget?
-What are some resources to help when food is a challenge?
-Are there some creative solutions we can work on together to meet our food needs?

To reserve your spot, contact Jennifer DiMarzo Community Social Worker by January 18th.
Phone:  403-476-7295

*Childcare available if needed – let us know when you call


In this session we will talk about food including:
strategies to make your food budget go further
the community

This session is suitable for anyone – whether you are experiencing challenges around basic needs or not.  

40th AVE. Future LRT station Workshop - Please RSVP to attend


Centre Street Church West Campus
4120 Centre St. N.E. Calgary


To register for any or all of the days of this FREE event
which will be held at the Centre St Church West Campus, go to:

You can also provide your input online, whether you attend in person or not.
To provide feedback online, go to this link:

There will be a 4 day Transit Oriented Development (TOD) workshop taking place between October 17 and 22. This workshop is also known as a Design Charette. A charette is a multi-day, collaborative planning workshop led by a consultant team that brings together citizens, area business owners, developers, and policy makers to create a plan for the area surrounding the future LRT station that will be located at Centre St and 40 Ave N.

The intent is to create a plan for the station and the possibilities for development in the area around it that is feasible and that supports the community. You'll be able to contribute to building the future of your community -- both of the actual station and what type of buildings, businesses, and other infrastructure will surround it in future.

This is where community voices can be heard, and as per City Council's motion on July 5 in regards to the development of the golf course, we can "ensure coordination with the Green Line project."

Day 1 - Issues: Mon Oct 17 - 6:30 to 9:00 pm
Day 2 - Ideas: Tues Oct 18 - 6:30 to 9:00 pm (limited spots)
Day 3 - Concepts: Thur Oct 20 - 6:30 to 9:00 pm
Day 4 - Solutions: Sat Oct 22 - noon to 2:00 pm