Banff Trail Community is looking for casino volunteers!
Our casino is the highest impact-per-hour contribution to community funds to use on community improvement projects. It’s also a fun way to meet and hang out with other involved community members!
If you can help, please sign up at:
The community centre is getting some care & maintenance over the summer. We are painting the exterior of the building weekdays. If you are renting space, we hope this will not impact your event. If you have any concerns, please contact Abi Harker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you lost something? We are cleaning out the community centre lost and found. Please check to see if any of these items are yours. (Click on image for larger version)
Anything not claimed by the end of July will be donated.
Contact email@example.com to arrange pick up if the hall is closed.
Looking for kids activities this summer?
Banff Trail Community will be host to two Byte Camp sessions!
Aug 13-17 will be Introduction to Coding
Aug 20-24 will be Claymation Movie Production
Camps run 9-4 PM.
More information and registration at www.bytecamp.ca
Outgrown your skates or have some old ones lying around? Banff Trail Community Association will take them! We are trying to gather skates of all sizes for those who may not have skates but would like to enjoy our new rink next winter.
Please drop them off at BTCA on Neighbor Day Sat – June 16th, 3-6 pm.
Global Partners Institute, an non profit student exchange program is seeking warm caring families to host male and female Japanese High School students attending William Aberhart High School in Calgary Alberta, starting in Sept 2018.
Local support is provided and families are paid a monthly stipend to offset costs of food and utilities. Families must be 2 or more related people and clear English must be spoken in the homes as these are English immersion students. Interested families can fill out an application at http://gpicanada.com/homestays/host-family-application/
Did you know that the Banff Trail Community is active on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram?
Click on the above links and follow us on social media to keep up to date on what’s happening in your community!
Hidden Story Productions is looking for some extras interested in playing shinny hockey at the Banff Trail Community rink for this Friday (Jan 5, 2018) from 11 am to 3 pm.
We’re filming a short Public Service Announcement (PSA) about needless idling. No acting or professional hockey skills required as all you have to do is have fun on the ice rink. We’re looking for a diversity of community to come out, so if you are able to come out for 11 am (awesome) or 1 pm (great too) then come out with your skates and sticks.
See you there.
Are you interested in expanding your indigenous knowledge? If so, please come to our free workshop hosted by the BTCA.
This workshop will touch on the current realities facing Indigenous communities, and increase awareness of the need for cultural support. The workshop will also explore how historical processes and policies continue to have an effect on Indigenous People, and provide ways participants can heal together.
Saturday, January 20th, 2018 from 11am to 2pm at the BTCA Hall
Presented by: Tim Fox, Director – Indigenous Relations, Calgary Foundation
RSVP to Hall Manager
Snacks and beverages available.
This Is My Neighbourhood postcards have been mailed out! Look for yours, and help us make Banff Trail even better! They can be dropped off at Weeds, Higher Ground, or the Community Hall. Go to calgary.ca/MyNeighbourhood for more info.