Upcoming Events

ReTree Calgary YYC – Building Calgary tree by tree, Wed. Aug. 23, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

ReTree YYC Tree Education Programs

Mission was chosen by the City of Calgary as one of the 25 ReTree communities for 2017. The program’s goal is to work with citizens to encourage proper planting and maintenance of our urban forest on both public and private property. Anyone from the community is welcome to attend this series of free informational talks which will take place at the hall – 2201 Cliff Street SW. Please find event and registration information below.


Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 6:30 – 8 pm.

Building Calgary: Tree by Tree

register at http://bit.ly/2uojdD2


Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 6:30 – 8 pm

Pruning and Disease 101

register at http://bit.ly/2tjMEBw

free ‘Embrace Gardening’ event with Janet Melrose, Mon. Aug. 14 at 7 pm

At the Bankview Community Hall, 2418 – 17 St. SW. Munch and mingle from 6:30 pm, talk from 7 – 9. Donations welcome.

Historic Calgary Week – July 28 – August 7, 2017

Every year the Chinook Country Historical Society presents 70 walks, talks, family events, museum and community visits for the public to participate in for free (although some events require advance registration). Here are some historic tours happening in and around Cliff Bungalow – Mission:

  • Sunday, July 30 from 1-3 PM – Cemeteries of Mission walking tour – starts at the south end of Holy Cross Hospital
  • Tuesday, August 1, 6:30 – 8:30 PM – Written in Stone, the walking tour – starts at Memorial Park Library
  • Saturday, August 5, 1 – 2:30 PM – Elbow River walking tour – starts at the north end of Mission Bridge

A summary of Historic Calgary Week tours can be found here.

The full brochure can be downloaded here.

Join the Conversation: Supervised Consumption Services, July 10 – 19

In May 2017, Alberta Health Service submitted an application to the federal government, proposing to provide supervised consumption services at the Sheldon M. Chumir Health Centre. Formal letters of support have been received from the Calgary Chief of Police, Mayor Naheed Nenshi, Beltline Neighbours Association, and Councillor Evan Woolley. 

Responding to the rising toll of opioid-related death in our city is a top priority. Supervised consumption services are a place where people can use drugs in a monitored, hygienic environment to reduce harm from substance use while offering additional services such as counselling, social work, and opioid-dependency treatment.

All residents are encouraged to participate in this consultation. To register call 1-877-275-8830 or emailscs.calgary@albertahealthservices.ca 

 Consultation dates are as follows:

  • July 10, 5:30 – 8:30 PM.
  • July 13, 9:00 – 12:00 PM.
  • July 17, 5:00 – 8:00 PM.
  • July 19, 2:00 – 5:00 PM.

More public consultations may be added as required. Evidence shows that supervised consumption services save lives, improve health and do not increase drug use and criminal activity. The Calgary Coalition on Supervised Consumption Services received $260,000 to conduct a needs assessment and identify potential locations where additional supervised consumption services might be needed in Calgary.
You can read more about the consultation process atwww.stopODs.ca 

Potluck Picnic – Sunday, July 9, 2017, 5 pm

Potluck Picnic

Sunday, July 9, 5 pm

In the park adjacent to the community centre
2201 Cliff Street SW

Bring something to share
Bring a chair and/or a blanket
Bring a lawn game to play
Bring an instrument if you would like to jam

Special Activity – Free Yoga in the park at 4 pm
Weather permitting

This year’s potluck picnic is on Sunday, July 9. Note the start time is 5 pm so we can enjoy the outside (weather permitting). If it rains, we will be inside. There will be a free yoga class in the park at 4 pm, weather permitting. At the time of writing, we are not sure if the hall will be available at 4 pm for the yoga class to be inside if it rains. We will clarify this closer to the event.

We will be setting up at 4 pm. We would appreciate people coming to help set up.

Embrace Gardening on Wednesday, July 5, 7:00 pm at FCJ Centre, 219 – 19 Ave SW

Canada’s 150th Birthday celebration, Saturday, July 1, 2 – 3 pm

Meet your guides at the northeast corner of Mission Bridge at 2 pm on Canada Day for an hour of storytelling, music, and birthday cake as we move along the Historic Promenade that goes east along the Elbow River from 4th Street.

Daryl Kootenay will bring us First Nation drumbeats, and the Horizon Ridge band will also accompany us as local residents share their stories.

We are grateful to Canada Safeway, Savour French Café, First Calgary Financial and the Calgary Foundation for sponsoring this event.

Open House – Land Use Redesignation in 300 block of 25 Ave SW – Wednesday, June 28, 2017, 5 – 8 pm

Open House on the Proposed Land Use Redesignation

In the 300 Block of 25th Avenue SW

Wednesday, June 28

Time 5 pm to 8 pm

Cliff Bungalow – Mission Community Centre

2201 Cliff Street SW

This proposal would see the building height limit revised from the current 15 metres to 24 metres. This is the second time this proposal is coming forward.  During the last process, we held a community consultation which told us the vast majority of our residents opposed this proposal.  In the end, City Council did not approve that application.  This is a new application for the same proposal and a new process.  As part of this process, the City of Calgary is hosting an open house at our community centre.  We urge you to attend and voice your opinion. 

City’s Post Card Notice: 25thAvenue-CityPostCard170628

Cliff Bungalow – Mission Community Association held a Community Planning Check-In on June 13, 2016. We created a report from that consultation.  Below is the Executive Summary of that report.

2016 Community Planning Check-In Executive Summary: CommunityCheckIn2016-ExecutiveSummary



Prospect Trail – Open House – Monday, June 26, 2017, 7 pm

Prospect Trail Open House

Monday, June 26

Time 7 pm to 8:30 pm

Cliff Bungalow – Mission Community Centre

2201 Cliff Street SW

Prospect Trail is a historic walking trail that is located behind the community centre and links the communities of Cliff Bungalow – Mission, Mount Royal and Elbow Park. It is clearly visible on historic aerial photos but it has fallen in disrepair in recent years.  The three communities are working together with Ward 8 Councillor Evan Woolley.  This event is one of several community consultations to get community input towards a community-based plan for the future of this trail. 

Poster: ProspecttrailPoster-CliffBungalowpdf

Brochure: ProspectBrochurepdf

Mission Possible 2017 – Saturday, June 17, 2017, 1 to 5 pm

Mission Possible 2017

Saturday, June 17

1 to 5 pm

In the Park on North Side of Community Centre

2201 Cliff Street SW

Free Entertainment

Free Burgers cooked onsite by the people of Original Joe’s

Free Cake Pops provided by Yann Haute Patisserie

Children’s Games


ReTree YYC Booth

Mission Possible T-Shirts

Beverages provided by Mill Street Brewery

Plus more

We will be accepting cash donations for Calgary Food Bank

Mission Possible has been an annual event in our community starting in 2013 as a response to the flood. It is now our version of Neighbour Day in Calgary.  Every event has featured free burgers and entertainment.  Original Joe’s will be part of this event for the third year.  Two new contributors this year are Yann Haute Patisserie and Mill Street Brewery.  We thank them for their wonderful contributions to this fun event.  There will be lots going on.  Bring a lawn chair or a blanket and enjoy the afternoon with your neighbours.  This year we will be accepting cash donations for the Calgary Food Bank. 

We are still actively recruiting volunteers for all kinds of fun tasks, from set-up to tear-down, and all the fun in between. If you have a couple hours to spare, contact our Social Director cbmca.socialevents@gmail.com.

Please note:  On page 14 of the Swerve magazine (June 9 – 17 edition) that comes with Friday’s Calgary Herald, there is a listing of Neighbour Day events on Saturday, June 17 in Calgary. The address for Mission Possible, our Neighbour Day event, is incorrect.  They have listed our mailing address.  The event will be held in the park on the north side of our community centre located at 2201 Cliff Street SW.