The Springbank Park For All Seasons (SPFAS) and their board of directors is committed to continued sustainability, and is currently focused on planning for the future of this goal.
A top priority for the Springbank Park For All Seasons’ Board of Directors and Staff Members is to provide safe and sustainable facilities where kids and adults play, families and friends come together, people meet socially, and individuals learn.
Just a few examples of how SPFAS is already going this:
- An ongoing review of the long-term capital life cycle replacement plan
- Maintaining a financial plan that assists with advancing long-term financial sustainability
- Implementation of a plan to improve storm water drainage
In the most recent SPFAS newsletter, the group outlines some of the highlights of their comprehensive plan to see this goal into the future, including:
- Assessment of current facilities and services
- Valuation of future facility and service needs
- Cycle replacement sustainability
- Evaluate the impact of population growth, related aging demographic and residency forecasts
- Align objectives and plans with those of other recreation and culture service providers.
If you’re interested in joining the SPFAS Long-Term Planning Committee, contact SPFAS (send an email to email@example.com) to express your interest in helping to plan for the future of SPFAS and our Springbank Community.
Find out more about the SPFAS and their plan for sustainability on their website here.
This weekend, an annual tradition in Springbank comes around again, the Fall Fair! This is a day where Springbank residents (and others) have an opportunity to celebrate the agriculture roots and community spirit of Springbank.
There is a full day of family-friendly events including the annual family fun walk and run, ball hockey tournament and pancake breakfast. There are tons of opportunities to take in the spirit of the event all day with things like: agricultural displays and demonstrations, market and vendors, etc.
The event is held at the Springbank Park for All Seasons, on Saturday, September 6th from 8 am to 5 pm. Full schedule of the day and the events is online.
Enjoy all that the Springbank Park For All Seasons has to offer, whether you’re a Springbank resident or not. Here’s some upcoming events at Springbank Park:
July 24 – 25
Springbank Western Heritage Antique Show
July 26 – 27
Calgary Highland Games
The SPFAS provides recreation facilities and space for special events and meetings, and has partnered with many partners to provide sports programs and social activities to the community as well.
Social media is all around us and it’s now a part of our everyday lives. Having said that, it’s important to know what roles and responsibilities we have with social media and how to use it correctly, and safely.
Dean DePaoli of the Rocky View Schools Education Centre, will be hosting a FREE social media awareness event this Thursday, May 22 at The Springbank Park for All Seasons. The event starts at 7 pm and you need to register to secure your spot by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to get social with me, you can connect with me in the following places: Linkedin, Twitter and Facebook.