Lions Club Members strive to make a difference in their local community as well as in communities worldwide. Their volunteer efforts go beyond the support of vision care, hearing loss, diabetes prevention, to addressing unmet health and education needs worldwide.
Times: Every Second and Fourth Monday of the month at 7:00 pm (September to June)
A group dedicated to sharing insights into the business of video production, knowledge of the industry, and tips and tricks of the trade while promoting a spirit of collaboration. Join industry professionals with experience in corporate, broadcast, film and private video production to learn, share and network. Test out some of the latest video equipment from sponsors; learn from business and industry experts, and share experiences that will help grow your success. Membership is open to all levels of experience and guests are welcome.
Times: The first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm (September through June)
The Loyal Orange Association in Canada is a Fraternal group that provides a democratic forum of action for like-minded Protestant men and women who, concerned about their Faith and Heritage, wish to preserve, maintain, and promote this great institution and principles of democracy upon which all Canadians may enjoy equal rights under the law
Times: Every last Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm
Contact: Richard Heatherington -email@example.com
Knitting is a lost art that is making a comeback. It is great for both creative expression and therapeutic stress relief. After the success of the Learn to Knit class we are offering Intermediate Knitting class. For participants age 16+. Have you mastered casting on, knit stitch, purl stitch and casting off? Want to kick your skills up a notch and move up to being an intermediate knitter? This is a fun evening out full of knitting, laughing and socializing. Come join the fun!
Participants need to provide their own yarn and needles. Materials depend on the project selected. Please see pictures below.
Program will be led by Carolyn Joels who has been knitting for 56 years and loves to share this craft with all people. Carolyn designed many knitting patterns for Chatelaine magazine and Country Handcrafts magazine. Her original knitwear has won many ribbons at the Calgary Stampede handcrafts competition and the High River Country Fair, Millarville Country Fair and Heritage Park Harvest Fair. Carolyn has offered knitting classes since 1979 and she recently started offering knitting classes at several community associations around Calgary.
Times: 4 week session on Tuesdays 7PM-9PM ; April 16- May 7; in Heritage Room
Cost: $50 for RCA members; $60 for non-members
Spaces are limited, so register early!
MITTS: US 8 (5mm) needles
DISHCLOTH: US 8 (5mm) needles
DOG COAT: US 8 (5mm) needles
SLIPPERS: Slipper and craft yarn + US 8 (5mm) needles
Mission Hill began meeting at the Riverbend Community Centre in November 2015. Mission Hill Church desires to build a gospel-centered community that shines a spotlight on Jesus in order that more people within our city may come to know Jesus and follow Jesus Christ. We desire that our communities may experience the love and joy of a healthy/vibrant church within their neighborhood .
Times: Every Sunday at 10 am
Dress casual and feel free to bring a coffee, or fill up with the complimentary coffee brewed that morning. We enjoy having our families together for the first 15 minutes of the service before we dismiss our children (ages 3-10) to enjoy the kid's ministry. We aim to dismiss by 11:05 am, and you're always welcome to stay back and visit.
Toastmasters International is a world leader in communication and leadership development with over 345,000 memberships and 15,900 clubs in 142 countries. From prepared speeches to impromptu speaking, Rivertown Criers helps members to develop and grow in a friendly and supportive environment.
Times: 1st and 3rd Monday of the month 7 pm-9 pm
Contact: via website