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Greenline Public Info Session

January 12th, 2015



When: 2015 January 20 3:00 PM-8:00 PM


Where: Fort Calgary


Overall Objectives:


  • Drop in style Public Information Sessions (one in each of the three project areas) open to all interested members of the public
  • Present introductory information to the public covering the following topics:


  • Public Engagement:  What was heard in previous engagement & how has input been used to inform the current Preliminary Engineering & TOD Studies?   What are the aims of the upcoming engagement, & how people can participate
  • Preliminary Engineering:  What is the focus of this project, including the approved alignment & suggested alternatives in three areas;  staging BRT to LRT; baseline info about BRT & Low Floor Vehicles;  maps to show station areas and what are the parameters of the urban design for those areas;
  • Transit Oriented Development:  What are the parameters of the TOD study; define “transit villages” & provide some examples
  • Public Art: How the public art process will work for this project
  • Collect initial comments about issues & concerns for all aspects of this project
  • Solicit participation for future engagement activities, i.e. workshops and charettes




Other Venues and Dates


January 21, 2015: Cranston Community Centre – 11 Cranarch Road Southeast


January 22, 2015: Glenmore Inn – 2720 Glenmore Trail SE


Ramsay vs Inglewood Shinny

February 5th, 2014

Shinny! We’re playing against Inglewood on Saturday February 8 at the Inglewood Rink.

  • Kids 1pm
  • Adults 2pm

All ages welcome. Show up and join in!

Inglewood Winter Festival

Kit and Kaboodle Circus Starts Tomorrow (Wed May 8)

May 7th, 2013

Kit & Kaboodle Circus is a community based music and circus performance featuring original music, magicians, dancers, clowns, light spinners, acrobats, comedians, hoopers, story-tellers, and more!

The show follows the adventures of Independence, Rupert & Stilletta stepping in and out of a magical box that reflects their true selves. Circus-loving grown ups and quirky-awesome families will love it!


7:30PM Wednesday May 8, 2013 (Pay What You Can – door sales only!)
7:30PM Thursday May 9, 2013
7:30PM Friday May 10, 2013
2:00PM Saturday May 11, 2013
7:30PM Saturday May 11, 2013
3:00PM Sunday May 12, 2013

Tickets and details at

Jane’s Walk in Inglewood on Saturday May 4

April 18th, 2013

Andree Iffrig sends the following invitation:

Join us for a Jane’s Walk in Inglewood on Sat. May 4 from 10 am to noon.

Our theme is “What if we told stories about building community and everybody came?”

The walk will visit some of the places in Inglewood where history on the urban design front is being made by ordinary citizens doing extraordinary things to protect and preserve the diverse socio-economic character, history and environmental wellbeing of the ‘hood. Expect to hear some stories!

Meeting spot: 10 am at the Esker Foundation, 1011 9 Ave SE, Calgary. We’ll meet outside if the weather is fine, inside the lobby if it’s cold or rainy. Bite Groceteria is supplying hot coffee and tea to fortify everyone for the walk through the ‘hood.

Teen Group in Inglewood and Ramsay

February 28th, 2013

We received this note from Inglewood’s Cheryl Myers:

A few Inglewood residents got together to discuss a Teen Club. The idea is Inglewood and Ramsay teens have a night at the Skate Shack designated just for teens. It would be open for anyone living in either of these communities that are in grades 7 to grade 12. We spoke with the Inglewood Board of Directors and Hall Manager who got behind this idea, and will make space and some funds (OK the word funds might be stretching it) available for this club on Saturday nights.


Back in the 1990’s there was a really active group of teens in Inglewood. Dave Marshall and Bob Coburn were just two of the adults that helped to make this happen. During this time the teens ran the concession at the shack as a way to fund their group and did talent nights and bottle drives to help raise funds. Another… tradition in Inglewood was Monica Reid’s work in having the youth support the haunted house event at the Halloween Party.


So before we go any further, we need to talk with you guys, “The Teens”. There is no sense in a bunch of adults thinking this is a great idea if the teens don’t. As well, it isn’t an adult night, it will be a teen night, so we need teens to help build and develop what this club will be. The idea is that the Teen Club will be a year round event, not just when the ice is on.


If you are in grades 7 to grade 12, living in Inglewood or Ramsay, then please join us on Saturday March 2 at 7 pm at the Inglewood Skate Shack to share your ideas and suggestions that will shape the Teen Club and make it yours!


If you need more incentive, we will have free pizza and pop.


If you have questions, please call Suzanne 403.265.4655 or Cheryl 403.208.8397

(CANCELLED) Inglewood vs Ramsay Shinny Game on Sunday March 3 at the Inglewood Rink

February 25th, 2013


The puck drop is set for the annual Inglewood vs Ramsay Shinny Game!

Sunday March 3 at the Inglewood Outdoor Rink

Kids will play at 1pm.

Adults will play at 2pm.

Parents, please email if your child will be out to play for Ramsay. They will require skates, helmet and a stick (and hockey gloves are recommended). We have a number of skates and helmets to lend but the sticks and gloves are limited.

Adults, please email if you’re available Sunday. It’s always a great afternoon! Spread the word with your Ramsay neighbours and get them out to play!

Bleak Midwinter Festival – Jan 19 and Feb 23

January 7th, 2013

Bleak Midwinter Festival 2013

From Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis:

Happy New Year!


Now that 2013 is upon us, and there are many bleak midwinter nights still ahead, it’s time to announce the dates for the Inglewood Bleak Midwinter Festival.


This year we are doing two shows. On January 19th, Inglewood’s own Dedicated Animation Fiend, Nik Thierry will curate the Kids’ Program (it’s fun for adults too) and, just to shake things up a bit, on February 23rd we’ll be staging our first ever Variety Show which will feature a combination of films and LIVE entertainment. Details coming soon!


As usual, both shows will be at the Lantern Church and and all proceeds will go to charity (TBA).


Best wishes,


Wendy & Amanda


Calgary Folk Festival Hall Unleashed on January 26

January 7th, 2013

From the Calgary Folk Festival:

The Calgary Folk Music Festival welcomes 2013 with a bang: the grand opening of Festival Hall on January 26, 2013 in the heart of Inglewood, 1215 10 Ave. SE. From 2:00 – 11:00 pm, we toast this new arts, performance and music space with live music and DJs on three floors.


After having to continually move the Festival’s office, we heeded the call to keep the Festival vibe going year-round and provide a quality, accessible venue that enhances Calgary’s arts community. Eight years in the making, Festival Hall now acts as the Calgary Folk Music Festival’s brand-new home for our staff and 1600 volunteers. It is a state-of-the-art multi-media, 180-seat flexible performance space that will host local, Canadian and international artists from a wide array of artistic disciplines. Designed by award-winning Vancouver-based Peter Cardew Architects, Festival Hall includes geo-thermal passive heating and cooling systems, reclaimed materials and significant, creative architectural details, such as the timbered ceiling.


Festival Hall Unleashed is a free-of-charge, grassroots, community celebration using the annual Calgary Folk Music Festival at Prince’s Island Park as our model with our unique collaborative sessions as the festivities’ centerpiece. The sessions – curated by local artists Lorrie Matheson, Paul van Kampen, Kenna Burima & Steve Fletcher, Allen Baekeland, and Brent Cooper – will operate consecutively through the day. There, over 35 of Calgary’s finest roots, folk, indie and blues artists will share songs and stories. CJSW, CKUA, CJSW and up!97.7 FM DJs will create a chill lounge atmosphere in the upstairs offices. In conjunction with the Festival’s 33 1/3 anniversary, they’ll spin old school: 33 1/3 records from theirs and the audiences’ collections. Food trucks sustain the audience while the artists’ music fills their ears.


Festival Hall Unleashed will be a veritable festival-in-a-box for all Calgarians to celebrate the opening of this one-of-a-kind new performance space.


For the full artist list and schedules, visit or call 403-233-0904.

Lantern Playgroup Open House on Tuesday November 6

October 18th, 2012

Rosalia Nastasi sends the following invite for the Lantern Playgroup open house on November 6th.

The Lantern Playgroup is an Inglewood and Ramsay community playgroup for kids aged 0-4 and their parents/caretakers.

The group gathers on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 am to noon in the Lantern Communtiy Church. which is located at 1401 10th ave S.E.

The Lantern Playgroup is a free parent run group. The space is graciously donated by the Church but no church membership required. It is a great place to socialize and meet other young families in the neighbourhood.

We welcome you to meet us and learn more about the Playgroup at our Open House on Tues Nov 6th.

The Open House will run from 9:30 to Noon and coffee, goodies and conversation will be provided.

New Street Spoken Word Safari, This Wednesday (Aug 15) at 7pm

August 13th, 2012

find it Calgary sends the following invitation:

When: Wednesday August 15, 7:00pm 

Where: Meet at St. Vincent’s Church in Inglewood (1405 – 8th Avenue SE).

At this one-of-a-kind spoken word event, rock star poets including Calgary’s poet laureate Kris Demeanor will share their unique interpretations of one of Calgary’s best-kept secrets: Inglewood’s New Street.

The safari will lead you to secret locations along the street, past homes that are part of the lane’s eclectic charm.

Tickets are $10 and will be available at the event.

You can also purchase tickets ahead of time at ReworksDouble Elle Bakery,or Gravity.

If you can’t make it down to one of our ticket locations, contact us so we can put tickets aside for you.

But everyone’s invited to the last stop on the safari!

Join the tour at Inglewood’sNellie Breen Park at about 9 PM, and enjoy an evening’s entertainment by the New Street Band.

Food trucks (Jelly Modern Doughnuts and JoJo’s BBQ) will be on hand to provide tasty snacks.

Don’t miss it!

We look forward to seeing you there!