Re-connect with friends in the neighbourhood and find out what’s going on in our community! AGM begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Brevoort Park School library, with an ice cream social immediately following. Adults in attendance (Brevoort Park residents only) receive an entry for a chance to win one of three prizes for up to $50 towards BPCA indoor programs!
Information on registering for fall programs can be found on our website: http://brevoortpark.ca/registration/.
The intention of the current Executive community association members is to close the rink and program delivery until volunteers are found to assist with their offering: Rink Supervisor, Rink Maintenance, Soccer Coordinator, Basketball Coordinator
WHAT THIS MEANS
For any families who wish to play soccer or basketball:
– You will have to go outside the community to register.
– There will not be a guarantee that your child will have a team to play on or may not be able to play on teams with their friends.
– There may be increased cost.
For anyone who uses the skating rink in the park:
– There will be no ice put in this fall.
– You will have to travel to other communities or city facilities to use their rinks.
– The community risks losing their grant that provides for items such as rink lighting, replacement of boards, maintenance of snow removal equipment, etc.
There are some long-time Executive members who would like to step down from their roles or share/mentor others interested in taking their places. Therefore, if there is a position you would be willing to fill that is not listed as vacant, please let us know.
Information regarding all Executive positions is available here. The Executive meets one evening per month, usually for around 1.5 hours. Childcare is provided.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Update as of 22-Aug-2017: a volunteer has come forward for the Basketball Coordinator position.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
We are planning a community-wide garage sale for Saturday, May 13, 2017.
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12:30 – 4:00 p.m. Inside and outside activities include snowman building, snow painting, snowshoes, crafts, indoor bounce obstacle course and NEW THIS YEAR – KICKSLEDDING! Make a team, join a race!
BBQ (modest cost) from 12 noon – 4 p.m. Proceeds help fund events like this.
Join your neighbours for a visit and enjoy the last of winter! Free activities in the Brevoort School large gym and outside surrounding area. Saskatoon Public Library will host a storytime at 1:30 and 2:30 in the gym as well.
Sunday, October 2, 2016
12 noon to 3:30 p.m.
Rain or shine, inside and outside activities include bounce obstacle, bounce house and pumpkin bowling!
No need to cook lunch – join us for a low-cost BBQ (proceeds help fund this event)
This is always a fun event that our families look forward to each year. Don’t miss out on the fun!
(Check Facebook for updates – www.facebook.com/brevoortpark/)
Information on fall programs can be found on our website: http://brevoortpark.ca/programs/ The registration link is listed there.
Get back in the swing of things after enjoying summer, visit with neighbours, and find out what’s going on in the community at the BPCA Annual General Meeting.
Tuesday, Sept. 6, 6:30 p.m. in the Brevoort Park School library, with an ice cream social immediately following, then an (early) in-person registration of fall programs. Online registration opens the following day.
A listing of proposed fall programs can be found on our website: http://brevoortpark.ca/programs/
The Brevoort Park Community Garden began operating in May, 2015, with 28 plots, located on city property on the northwest corner of Arlington and Porter. Each plot measured 8 ½ x 17 feet and the registration fee was $25 for the season. The area is watered automatically five nights / week by city sprinklers. A tap was also provided.
Late in May, the garden was rototilled and community members held a pair of work bees to spread and dig in two truckloads of compost that was brought in. Planting commenced immediately thereafter. Garden members also provided a picnic table and a lockable bin for storing hoses and garden tools.
The enthusiasm of the first season’s members was inspiring, with all indicating that they want to take part again in 2016. Over the winter, 21 new people added their names to a waiting list for plots. An application for expansion of the garden to accommodate these requests was submitted to the City during the winter. It has been approved, doubling the size of the garden, admitting those on the waiting list and leaving additional plots open on a first-come-first-served basis. The registration fee will be the same as in 2015.
Dates for the first meeting of the season will soon be announced. The City and the garden committee will outline the boundaries for the expansion and a date will be set for the first rototilling of the season. The city will turn the water on shortly after that.
For more information, contacts are:
Sheila Marshall: firstname.lastname@example.org / (306) 373-3827
Rosemarie Blais: email@example.com / (306) 374-1823
Rod McLaren: firstname.lastname@example.org / (306) 230-1806