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Upcoming meetings:

Monday, January 6, 2020
7:00 pm
Christ Church Anglican

Monday, February 3, 2020
7:00 pm
Christ Church Anglican

Community Association meetings are held at Christ Church Anglican, 515 28th St West.

All residents of Caswell Hill are welcome to attend Caswell Community Association meetings.

Caswell Hill boundaries are as follows:
North/South boundaries are between 22nd St W and 33rd St W.
East/West boundaries are between Idylwyld Drive and Ave H North.
Residents living inside these boundaries are in Caswell Hill.


Annual Events

Caswell Community Association features a handful of annual events, including our Annual General Meeting (AGM), Spring and Fall Clean Ups in May and September, and Caswell’s much loved arts festival, Art in the Park.

Occasional Events

A variety of occasional events may also be featured. Past events have included a winter carnival, skating party, board games and more.

Event Dates, Times, & Locations

As dates and times are confirmed, and as events draw near, details will be announced on this website here and on our social media pages.

Art in the Park 2019, Another Success!

Thanks to an enormous show of support, our community, the artists, and local businesses came together in support of this year's festival. The result was an outstanding success! The festival brought our unique and varied community together with a mixture, diversity, and quality in art and music that was well-liked.

What was new? Artist zones, market vendors, new contributors to the Kids ArtsFest, and pancakes in the park!

What was the same? Great art, great music, great food, great people, and great fun!

The Artists Village & Market featured an assortment of original artwork, handcrafts, and other unique items by local artists.

In addition to the large number of participating artists, there was also an excellent turnout of festival-goers and volunteers, despite other events in the city being on the same day.

The main stage showcased live local music in a wide variety of genres, including traditional bagpipes, brass band, choral music, R&B, rock, blues, and country.

A noteworthy addition to this year's festival was the inclusion of a second outdoor performance area at the opposite end of the park featuring song and dance with SaskExpress Saskatoon Expressions, who also coordinated and led participants in this year's collaborative art-making project, a performance art piece/workshop called An Expression of Mood & Movement.

Sizable crowds gathered at each, enjoying the performances.

The Kids ArtsFest at Art in the Park featured balloon twisting alongside art & crafts, games, creative play, and storytelling with numerous festival partners.

In addition to the fabulous art and music, attendees enjoyed delicious food from PickNic’s Catering and Mean Green Ice Cream Machine and a wonderful atmosphere of community and camaraderie.

The festival marked its 18th year thanks to the support of dedicated people: volunteers, artists, the City of Saskatoon and Saskatchewan Lotteries, and many other partners, including Caswell Community Association, The Medicine Shoppe on 33rd, Robertson Stromberg LLP, Tait Real Estate, Prairie Wild Consulting Co., Eagle Feather News, Dandelion Art Framing & Gallery, Saskatoon Media Group, 98 Cool, CJWW, The Bull, ProPrint, CFCR Community Radio, Planet S, SCYAP, Christ Church Anglican, and Caswell Community School.

Superheroes in the Kids ArtsFest at Art in the Park included the SaskTel Remai Modern Art Caravan, Museum of Antiquities, Frontier College, Parks Canada, YMCA of Saskatoon, SCYAP, Wanuskewin, Let’s Roll Recycling, and Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre's Garden Patch.

A BIG THANK YOU to all involved!!!


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Community Association AGM

Our Annual General Meeting is held in September. The AGM gives community residents the opportunity to elect new board members, approve the annual budget and discuss particular projects and issues. All residents of Caswell Hill are welcome.

This year's AGM meeting was on Sept 9, 2019. A new board of directors was elected: boardmembers. Details of our next AGM will be announced in the summer.

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Clean Up General Info

Caswell Spring and Fall Clean Ups are held annually in the months of May and September. These annual events are an excellent opportunity to meet your neighbours while beautifying the community.

Each Clean Up begins with a safety debriefing before breaking into teams. Areas to be cleaned are chosen at random depending on how many resources turn up on the day - the more VOLUNTEERS and TRUCKS that come out, the more that gets accomplished. IMPORTANT: If you want to be sure your alley gets cleaned, we strongly suggest you come out and help.

The annual Clean Ups are wholly volunteer events: Participants are not to endanger themselves. Gloves & Closed-Toe footwear are strongly advised. Volunteers are encouraged to leave anything behind that is questionable and report it to the clean-up leader. Household hazardous waste is NOT accepted.

As dates and times for the May and September Clean Ups are confirmed, details will be announced on our website and social media pages.

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Art in the Park General Info

Caswell’s annual arts festival, Art in the Park, is held once a year in the month of June or September. This annual event features live music, an artist village & market, kids artsfest, collaborative art-making, and food. More information can be found on the festival website, caswellartsfestival.com.

As the date for the next Art in the Park is confirmed, details will be announced.


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