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Brian Keating

Great Big Nature with Brian Keating! The Dalhousie Community Association is proud to present: An Evening with Brian Keating on March 31, 2022. To book this amazing event, click the Event Brite link. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/great-big-nature-with-brian-keating-tickets-293185665217    

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Zumba is Back

Dalhousie Zumba DCA is offering ZUMBA classes beginning Feb 15 (depending on # of student registrations). Register now admin@dalhousiecalgary.ca or 403-286-2555. We will be having classes Tues & Thurs 2:30 – 3:30 pm. Drop in rate is $10.00. Our instructor…

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Annual General Meeting – Jan 25, 2022

The Dalhousie Community Association Annual General Meeting is Tuesday January 25, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. This year’s meeting will be virtual.  With the increasing COVID positivity rate, the Board believes it is prudent not to meet in person Everyone needs…

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Inn From The Cold Toy Drive

Dalhousie Community Centre will be accepting new toy donations for children 12 and under from November 12 to December 20, 2021.  Please keep all toy donations in their original packaging and unwrapped and drop off at the Dalhousie Community Centre. All…

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Veteran’s Food Drive

The Dalhousie Community Association is collecting non-perishable food items for the Veteran’s Food Bank in Calgary from November 15 to December 20, 2021. Please drop off donations at the Dalhousie Community Centre. The Veterans Food Bank of Calgary is a service provided by CALGARY VETERANS…

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Skating Rink Expansion is Complete

Thank you to all the incredible volunteers and their hard work. Last Sunday October 17, a group of volunteers expanded the pleasure rink behind the Dalhousie Community Centre. The extra space will mean more members of the community can skate…

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Dalhousie September Crime

Dalhousie Crime Activity was Unchanged in September 2021 The Dalhousie community experienced 9 crimes in September 2021, in comparison to 9 crimes the previous month, and 10 crimes in September one year ago. Dalhousie experiences an average of 11.7 crimes…

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