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Castleridge

IDCAS

QuadrantNE

Sectornortheast

Ward5

Typeresidential

Structures Built In1980s,1990s

Population 20156,410

Population 20166,396

Dwellings1,983

Area1.2 sq/km

Castleridge, Falconridge Community Association
Castleridge, Falconridge Community Association

Castleridge, Falconridge Community Association

95 Falshire Dr. N.E.
Calgary, AB
T3J 1P7

403.280.4422

403.293.1735

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The Falconridge and Castleridge communities belong to the same association.

Falconridge and Castleridge are adjacent communities on the eastern edge of developed Calgary, east of the Calgary International Airport. They offer excellent views of both the city and the mountains. The Falconridge/Castleridge area was part of the Municipal District of Rockyview prior to its 1961 annexation to Calgary. There are numerous public and separate schools in the area, including Bishop McNally High School. The Falconridge/Castleridge Community Association is one of the most active in Calgary. The Community Centre is home to the Northeast Family Connections. This organization offers social services to help families within the Northeast, which includes counseling, baby clinics, immigrant services, parent support and financial aid. Aside from the Resource Centre, the community centre also houses preschool classes (2 day, 3 days, and weekend), and an accredited Before and After School care program (Buzz Club). The Walsh and Langlois halls within the centre are home to a variety of groups, including the Brownies, Sparks, Karate, Gatka Self Defense, church & prayer groups and dance groups such as Epic Canada. There are also small meeting rooms which can be rented for training sessions, seminars, or small group parties. There are also Seniors activities on Monday afternoons and FREE Line and ballroom dance lessons on Thursday evenings. These numerous programs enable the Falconridge/Castleridge community to appeal to the wide variety of interests and needs of their diverse residents.

Volunteering

Volunteers are the heart and soul of our community. There are over 20,000 volunteers in the Calgary community association network, making it the largest volunteer movement in the city! Without volunteers we wouldn't be able to do the things we do. Volunteers are needed for programs, fund raising casinos, community association tasks, family events, community events, sports and much more. Please contact the association directly if you are interested in volunteering.


Calgary, AB


Calgary, AB

Castleridge Falconridge Community Hall and Facilities
Castleridge Falconridge Community Hall and Facilities

Castleridge Falconridge Community Hall and Facilities

95 Falshire Dr. N.E.
Calgary, AB
T3J 1P7

403.280.4422

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The Falconridge, Castleridge Community Centre has rooms available for rent to community members and the public. Falconridge, Castleridgedepends a great deal on the revenues generated from hall rentals for the operation of the entire facility.

Capacity: 300

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For hall rentals please contact the hall directly by calling 403.280.4422.

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