Located in Southwest Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Helping Neighbours Through the Covid19 Pandemic
We can help each other out during this time. If you need help please fill out the form, if you can give help, please fill out the form. These will be checked as often as possible (volunteer managed).
ASK FOR HELP: Groceries, Snow Shovelling, Dog Walking, Childcare
BE A HELPER: Same as above
Statement Regarding Covid19 - March 16, 2020 - 12pm Edited March 20tth
Following the lead from all levels of government regarding other public serving facilities, the Haysboro Community Association is closing its doors to public and private renters effective immediately. This decision will be reviewed on March 29th with an update provided to the community on March 31st.
Our primary focus at this time is to support the community in their needs. We are thankful for those who have already reached out to offer help.
If you Need Help or Can Help:
You can fill our our forms above or you can call 403-253-1563
If help is needed, every effort will be made to get you help as soon as possible but we are relying on the good will of volunteers to make this happen.
We are so grateful for our wonderful community at this time and the immense support and help people are providing each other. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.
President, Haysboro Community Association
The HCA, as a volunteer run organization, thoughtfully and constructively shapes our neighbourhood. We are innovative. We provide social and recreational programming; encourage and develop unique projects; and foster open dialogue with residents and stakeholders.
This week at Haysboro Online
Everyone of all ages are welcome to join in on Zoom
click on class name to link
MONDAY - 10:00-10:45
TUESDAY - 9:15-9:55
TUESDAY - 2:30 - 3:20
WEDNESDAY - 2:30 - 3:20
Yoga with Dawn - Mindfulness
THURSDAY - 8:00 PM
Community Meditators (Anna)
FRIDAY - 9:15-9:55
Haysboro’s name is derived from those who settled and prospered from the land. Our community is part of a much longer history.
Rooted in people and relationships, with a desire to come together, build community, and care for this land, The Haysboro Community Association acknowledges the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty Seven region, which includes the Blackfoot Confederacy, the Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Stoney Nakoda. This is also home to the Metis Nation of Alberta, Region III.