Corn Social thank you

We had a lovely day and everyone who came seemed to enjoy themselves. The corn was sweet and the games were enjoyed by many. Thank you to everyone who came and to all the workers. Thank you as well to the generosity of donors.

Capital Improvement Grant Project Completed and Opened

We finally completed our Capital Improvement Grant Project this summer and celebrated the official opening on July 31st. A big thank you to everyone who worked on this project. We hope that you try it out and enjoy using it.

Labour Day Corn Social - Sept 6

Our Annual Labour Day Corn Social will be this Monday at Gildner Green Park. Food will be ready for serving from Noon to 2 PM (as long as supplies last). There will no tables and chairs this year. We will have the canopies spread out in the park to maintain physical distancing. Please bring your own lawn chairs or blankets with you. We will have Halel hot dogs, chicken burgers and CORN. This event is free. We do accept donations to help support events like this. There will be some physically distanced games. Come out and spend some time with your neighbours

On-line Plant Sale

Our Annual Perennial Plant Sale was held May 1st to 8th on Facebook We had a wonderful response again this year. People enjoyed seeing the pictures of how the plants will look when grown, as well as the descriptions of where they should be planted.

ESL Book Club

The CPNA has a book club for adults (14+ yrs) that meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7 PM in Victoria Hills Community Centre.  It is designed for people for whom English is their second language.  We are always open to new members.  but please email reading123@hotmail.ca ahead of time to let us know you are coming so that we book the appropriate room size.

The Book Club's next meeting will be Sept 14th - Reminder that because of Covid19 rules, you will need to wear a face mask. We will also not be able to share snacks for the time being.

Cherry Festival 2021 - July 3 - CANCELLED

Due to Covid-19 and the demands to protect the health of everyone in our community, the 2020 Cherry Festival will be Cancelled.  

Capital Improvement Grant Proposals

In November 2018 at the Festival of Neighbourhoods,Cherry Park Neighbourhood Association won one of the Capital Improvement Grants of $20,000.

After extension consultation we voted at our AGM on March 13th, 2019, to go ahead with the Outdoor exercise equipment as our Capital Improvement Grant project.  It was to be located along the Iron Horse Trail by Gildner Green Park.

Due to miscommunications between City departments, the Gildner Green Site became no longer viable in the spring of 2020.  After discussing several other sites, it was approved to move forward with having it along the new multi-use trail in Raddatz Park.

We now hope to have it installed early 2021.

CPNA Canada 150 Project

This is the CPNA Canada 150 project.

The Cherry Commons Picnic Shelter was officially opened on April 28th, 2018.  It was a cold day, but dry.  We had a great turnout for the neighbourhood Spring Clean-Up.  A great BBQ lunch with enjoyed by all and a lovely celebration cake to top off the meal.  Thank you to everyone who helped make this day possible.

Community Bread Oven Bakes




Our first bake for 2021 will be Sunday, March 28th.  The fire will be lit at 1 PM and the oven should be ready for baking by 3 PM.  This bake will go ahead rain, snow, or shine.
If you plan to bake, please come by 3 PM.
We are always in need more people to lead baking sessions.  You would not be responsible for teaching baking, but caring for the fire to heat the oven and cleaning up afterwards.  In order to be trained you need to attend a baking session from the lighting of the fire until cleanup is finished (about 4 hours).
If you would like to be trained please contact us.

For those of you who don't know where the Oven is located - it is in the middle of Willow Green Extension Garden in the middle of Raddatz Park (which runs between Gage Avenue and Cherry Street).  It is not on a street, you will need to walk in from Cherry Street along the creek path that goes out the back of the Old Willow Green Garden or come in from Gage Avenue along the little path that leaves the Iron Horse Trail at Gage and follows the creek on the westside, not the new paved trail that goes along the eastside of the creek.