Please note: Due to unforeseen circumstances, the presentation scheduled for Tuesday, October 18, is cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused.
We need your help. Casino funding is a very important source of revenue for our Society. The last Casino was held in November 2019.
The next Casino for HSA at the Deerfoot Inn Casino on November 25 and 26, 2022. We are recruiting 30 volunteers for daytime and evening shifts for the following positions: General Manager, Banker, Cashier, Chip Runner, Countroom Supervisor, Countroom Staff (see descriptions below).
Training will be provided, and backups are also required for all time slots in case of absence. Volunteers must be 18 or older and can work more than one shift but must remain in the same position type across all shifts.
All volunteers will be provided snacks and a meal as part of their shift. Your commitment will be of great benefit to our society and help to maintain our vitality, as it has been a challenge these past few years.
Depending on the role, shifts are:
If you need transportation, taxi chits will be provided.
Please help and support us by contacting Gordon MacIvor to volunteer or for further information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-850-3377.
The Friends of the Bar U Historic Ranch Association and Hodgins Art Auctions Ltd.
proudly present a rare and unique opportunity to view the life & works of renowned historic artist, Roland Gissing. On September 24, come and enjoy a unique opportunity to view Roland Gissing's work while supporting a great historic site that showcases western heritage.
Click the button below to learn more and purchase tickets.
Shelly McElroy has been named the Calgary Public Library's 2022 Historian in Residence. She has a background in education, agriculture, counselling, and museums and is the curator of Pioneer Acres Museum in Irricana, Alberta. Her work considers how agriculture shaped life in Calgary and area in the early twentieth century — and how it still does. Shelly will be providing talks and tours to help Library members understand the work involved in running a museum: making phone calls, having 35 browser tabs open on a computer, figuring out what kinds of ant traps work best, but also considering the changing role of museums and reflecting on their significance as we move into an increasingly digital future.
Click the button below to learn more about the Historian in Residence program or to book a consultation.
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