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Your Community Association

The Mid-Sun Community Association offers a variety of recreational activities designed to enhance the quality of life for residents of Midnapore and Sundance, as well as others living in and around the south Calgary area. We offer fun and active programs for all members of the family. The CA Board acts as a liaison between residents, community stakeholders, and various levels of government, as well as being directly involved with infrastructure concerns in the two communities it represents. Please explore our website, where you’ll find information about our diverse programming, as well as upcoming special events and community affairs.

Summer Hours


Stampede Shut Down

stampede

Saturday July 16th, 2016 – 4:00pm- 7:00pm

Price: FREE  However, you can order beef on a bun, baked beans, coleslaw and a drink for $5.00 – This dinner option is only available by pre-order. All orders must be input by July 10th online and July 12th in house. 

Dinner will be served between 4pm and 5pm.

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Join us for our first ever Stampede Shutdown Party! Let’s celebrate the end of Stampede in style.

  • Live entertainment provided by COPPER JUNCTION
  • Children’s activities – bounce castle, hula hoops, chalk, bubbles and more!
  • Line dance lessons
  • Lawn games such as Giant Jenga and Lawn Darts
  • Snacks

COPPER JUNCTION

Joe and Carolyn Harley are long-time residents of Midnapore and are pleased to bring their high energy music to the Mid-Sun Stampede BBQ.With Craig West on fiddle and Robb Mann on guitar and mandolin COPPER JUNCTION gets toes tapping and people smiling!


Re-Tree YYC

The Parks department is launching a new tree planting initiative targeting 25 communities each year over the next three years.  These communities where chosen based on many factors, the main ones being storm damage, open canopy space and community interest.  This will be replacing the current NeighbourWoods program.  The plan is to ‘blitz’ communities by planting trees and providing the community with education activities.

How is this different from NeighbourWoods?

This program will not be asking residents to register their property for a tree, the tree locations will be pre chosen by Urban Forestry.  If a tree location is on the back of walk of a property, that home owner will be notified a minimum of two weeks before the tree is planted.  This program will also be planting in locations where dead City trees have been removed, as well as replacing storm damaged trees.

Click here for more details: www.calgary.ca/trees


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