Spring’s almost here, and summer’s ahead.
It’s time to clean the Weaselhead!
WHEN: Sunday, May 7th, 10am
WHERE: ‘The Weasel-shed” in the NW corner of the Weaselhead parking lot,66th avenue and 37th street SW.
WHAT: Approximately 90 minute walk through the park picking up litter.
***’litter-grabbers’, bags, and a variety of healthy refreshments will be provided.
Appropriate footwear and a hat is recommended.
This program is […]
Come join us this Valentine’s Day weekend, and show us how much you love your yyc parks!
We will take you on a guided snowshoe/hike through North Glenmore park/the reservoir. We will also have telescopes set up to check out the night sky. We will most likely end with a warm fire and refreshments.
When: Saturday, February […]
As we make our way into 2017 we wanted to take a moment to update you on the Ring Road development and construction.
This January construction is underway to relocate the Enmax transmission line south of the Glenmore and Sarcee Trail intersection to continue south across the river valley to the new substation north of 90thAve. […]
Weaselhead/Glenmore Park Preservation Society
AGM President’s Report
Submitted by Paul Finkleman
This has been both a tough year and an excellent year for the Weaselhead
Preservation Society. Tough in that we had to face the fact that the province’s agreement
with the Tsuu T’ina to run a freeway alongside the west end of the Weaselhead was going
to proceed, come hell […]
Saturday October 1, 2016 from 10am-5pm
WHERE: Calgary Canoe Club
East Entrance, North Glenmore Park
Paintings inspired by nature
FREEPLAY artists, Elaine Bouey, Richard Conte, Carol Green, Paule
Poulin, Doug Robertz, and guests, Grace Clark, Burke Darling and
Wanda Rottenfusser. Join us to view paintings from the unique
perspective of each artist. 10% to Weaselhead Preservation Society.
Weaselhead naturalists were working with the Maria Montessori Education Centre’s students over the Fall. We explored five different ecosystems in the park and the students participated in our Fescue Rescue program to try and help preserve our small patch of native grassland. The students also helped remove some invasive shrubs in the park that are […]