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Upcoming Meetings:


Tuesday, Jan 9, 2018
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.


Art in the Park: Best Art Show 2017

This year was an exciting year for our big little neighbourhood arts show: not only did we exceed 400 artists registered, Art in the Park is proud and honoured to be voted Best Art Show in Planet S' Best Of Saskatoon 2017! Thanks SO MUCH to all of you, our fans, our artists, & our supporters!!

Despite all the construction, hundreds of people attended our 16th annual festival, enjoying an abundance of fantastic art, activities, and music.

Pre-festival preparations were lively this year and thanks to the help of numerous volunteers, set up went smoothly. During that time, artists and volunteers were entertained with music from Connect Church, who held their Sunday service in the park. Two blocks south, at Christ Church Anglican, hungry people enjoyed delicious food and great company at the pancake brunch.

To the delight of many, once again the traditional parade by the North Saskatchewan Regiment Pipes and Drums heralded the opening of the festival.

A stand out line-up of musical artists entertained crowds from the stage in its new spot across from the Rec Unit. Festival-goers were treated to a medley of fantastic genres including classic and current dance hits, rock, folk, bluegrass, country, and funk.

The Artist Village had an almost magical quality. It featured everything from canvases and crafts to leather and lipstick in all manner of eye-catching displays that lined walkways and wound amongst the trees.

In a nod to the more than 400 registered artists, the theme chosen this year was "Chock-Full of Art". The theme was also represented in the collaborative art project, "Chalkful of Art", in which black poster boards decorated with chalk art were hung on the fencing that protected the turf around the new playground. Festival-goers were encouraged to add their own chalkful of art to the project.

The Kids ArtsFest was located in and around the sunken garden this year. The Mayfair Branch of the Saskatoon Public Library featured giant games and hosted story time in their tall tent. In the SaskTel Remai Modern Art Caravan tent, families enjoyed free art-making activities.

Nearby, kids built super structures and tested gravity's limits with the Children's Discovery Museum's interactive Timber Stackers and balls & shoots. Likewise, the Imagination Playground, a giant blue playset brought by the PotashCorp Children's Festival of Saskatchewan, came together and apart again in creative configurations throughout the afternoon.

The new accessible playground saw its fair share of the action too. Mid-afternoon, a Grand Opening Ceremony was held. Neighbourhood kids ranging in age from 4 to 16 held a big red ribbon while representatives from Co-op Community Spaces, the City of Saskatoon, and Caswell Community Association spoke, then the youngest child cut the ribbon to make it official.

PickNic's Catering operated the concession, serving delicious food and beverages.

We're especially grateful to our amazing festival committee, festival volunteers, the Caswell Community Association board, and all the behind-the-scenes people at the City of Saskatoon and elsewhere who work so hard to make this festival happen.

Also greatly appreciated was the work that the City of Saskatoon Construction and Design and Hamm Construction did to communicate road closures and open up roadways as much as they could. Their dedicated effort amidst an important construction project made the park as accessible as possible.

An enormous thank you to our sponsors, contributors, and media partners: City of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Lotteries, Hamm Construction Ltd, The Medicine Shoppe on 33rd, ProPrint, SCYAP, PickNic's Catering, SaskTel Remai Modern Art Caravan, PotashCorp Children's Festival of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Public Library Mayfair Branch, Children's Discovery Museum on the Saskatchewan, Caswell Community School, Saskatoon Media Group, 98 Cool, CJWW, The Bull, and Planet S.

We appreciate the media and all those who helped to spread the word about the festival on-air, over social media, via posters, through word of mouth and more.

Thanks to all the creative artists, talented musicians, fans, and those who came out to enjoy the festival.

In sum, a heARTfelt thank you to everyone for your contribution to the fantastic success of this year's Art in the Park festival!

Caswell Fall Clean Up!!

Caswell Fall Clean-up was on Sat, Sept 23, 2017. A big thank you to all the volunteers who came out to clean up the neighbourhood!

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Community Association AGM

Our Annual General Meeting was 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 12, 2017. A new board of directors was elected at that time. More info...


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