The annual community garage sale is fast approaching; scheduled to take place on June 10. It’s a perfect opportunity to declutter your house, team up with your neighbour, and bring your friends over to socialize, while trading your unused treasures!
And there is still time to sign up to participate. Just email info.FHACA@gmail.com, Subject: Garage Sale, no later than June 5. There is no cost to register; however, you must hold an up-to-date membership (paid since last September).
A map of participants (addresses only) will be available on our website www.fhaca.ca prior to the sale. We had a record-breaking participation of 30 households last year, despite the cold snap. Let’s have a rematch with nice weather this time!
To be held at at the City View United Church, 6 Epworth Avenue. There is FREE admission to this event with amazing deals on hearty plants donated by society members and friends! Plants on the sale table will be grouped by sun, shade, edibles and pollinators and typically sell from $1 to $10. Larger rarer plants or those in bloom may be priced individually.
Attention bargain hunters and community members! The upcoming community rummage sale is just around the corner and it’s time to mark your calendars for this fantastic event – Saturday April 15th from 9am to 12pm, at Fisher Heights Community Place, 31 Sutton Place. Not only will you be able to find great deals on a variety of items, but you’ll also be supporting your local community.
And if you’re looking to participate in the sale as a vendor, there’s still time to purchase a table! Buying a table is an excellent opportunity to declutter your home and make some extra cash. Contact Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Since the last open house, designs for the Lone Star Plaza towers have significantly changed. Councillor Devine is organising another open house to bring everyone up to speed on January 12th. (**We do not monitor social media**)
Since the last open house, designs for the Lone Star Plaza towers have significantly changed. Councillor Devine is organising another virtual open house to bring everyone up to speed on January 12th.
It will be a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious night!
Saturday, November 19
After a two-year hiatus, Fisher Heights & Area Community Association is excited to bring back the 4 th ever Family Movie Night! We will be screening the Disney classic, Mary Poppins. The movie runs for 139 minutes, and some say it is, ‘practically perfect in every way’.
The young, and the young at heart are all welcome. Feel free to bring blankets, sleeping bags or other items for your children to sit on in front of chairs. And what is a movie night without snacks? Popcorn and candy (Welch’s Fruit Gummies) will be provided, along with refreshments (juice and water), and for the adults, decaf coffee and hot chocolate. And as is now tradition, there will be a draw at the end of the show for a gift card.
Entrance is free for everyone
Sign up right now so we can count the number of people and check on allergies etc: Here is a link to an RSVP page
Saturday, November 19th, starting at 6 pm (doors open at 5:30pm),
On Saturday October 15, we are going to battle the Buckthorn in Gilbey Park
Time: 9:00 – Noon
The Common Buckthorn bush/tree is an invasive species that doesn’t belong in Canada. You can recognise it from the prickly spikes it has on its shoots and the black little berries it produces. To avoid it taking over Gilbey Park, we are organising a morning to remove the Buckthorn. The Common Buckthorn is listed as a noxious weed under Ontario’s Weed Control Act.
We will meet in the upper park near the benches (just off the curved paved path from Beaver Ridge). Bring your garden tools loppers, small saws, clippers, rakes, gloves, tarps, etc.
This is a great way to give kids some extra exposure to the natural areas in our neighbourhood and to encourage them taking ownership of our direct surroundings.
We especially encourage residents in the Gilbey Park area to come out and help, even it is only for an hour.
Adults & children are welcome (the children can help gather twigs). This community effort is organized and sponsored by Fisher Heights & Area Community Association. Many hands make light work.
The Fisher Heights and Area Community Association takes places on Tuesday, September 20 at 7:30 pm, at our community building on 31 Sutton Place.
It wil be an in person meeting again, but we will ask you to wear a mask to prevent spreading and protect our seniors. Covid is not gone.
More information will follow in the next few weeks as we are preparing the documentation.
In order to vote, you will need to be a member in good standing and you need to have paid your dues. Members who paid since July 1 are automatically members until August 31, 2023, which is the date our book year ends.
Looking for several board members
We will be looking for several board members. Being a board member requires a commitment of attending approximately ten 90 minute board meetings a year as well as half an hour per week (at the most) to catch up on email and some participation in in our events obviously. Participating in a Community Association board is usually a great way to learn how community groups work. If you are interested to talk to us in advance, connect with us at email@example.com.