Corn Social - Monday, Sept. 5th

Our next Corn Social will be Monday, Sept 5th. If you are interested in helping to plan this event, please come to the planning meeting on Sunday August 15th at 1 PM in the picnic shelter, or contact us if you are unable to attend.

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.

On-line Plant Sale 2022

We had another successful On-line Perennial Plant Sale this May Thank you to all who helped or donated.

ESL Book Club

The CPNA has a book club for adults (14+ yrs) that usually 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 May 17th - 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 2022 - July 9th

We had a lovely day for 2022 Cherry Festival. Over 4500 people came out to enjoy the day, and we completely sold out of all our cherry products. The organizing team is excited by the turnout and wish to thank everyone who helped make everything happen - volunteers, donors, entertainers and vendors.

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 next bake will be Saturday, July23rd,  The fire will be lit at 9 AM and the oven should be ready for baking by 11 AM.  This bake will go ahead rain, snow, or shine.
If you plan to bake, please come by 11 AM.
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.

CPNA Voting Members

The Cherry Park Neighbourhood Association is officially incorporated.  This means that we need to notify all voting members of the association whenever we have a our community meetings.  In order to do this we need you to register as a voting member.
click here for a copy of the registration form
If you know of community members who don't have computer access, please let them know about any meetings we announce.  We will have additional copies of the registration form at all our community meetings.

Volunteer Bulletin Board


We are always looking for volunteers and good ideas.  Below are some ongoing volunteer positions that are open.  If you have a skill that you would be prepared to offer to the association, please contact us.

Newsletter General Editor
- you would collect material for our newsletter which is published three times a year (March, December & August).  You would ensure that we meet our deadlines and oversee the delivery of the newsletter. You would work with our Layout Editor, Programming Coordinator, and other committee heads.

Programming Coordinator
 - you would prepares a line-up of programs to be offered each fall, winter and spring.  You would recruit and hire teachers & volunteers to teach the programs.  You would book the spaces to hold the classes in.  You would prepare the registration materials, collect the registrations, decide which course will run, and communicate with the students and teachers.  You would work closely with The Treasurer and President.

Newsletter Carriers
- we are not able to deliver to several apartment complexes in our neighbourhood because they are locked and have no mailboxes that are accessible to us.  If you know someone from the following addesses who might be able to deliver newsletters there please contact us.
- 44 Walnut Ave
- 85, 93 & 103 Gage Ave
- 104 Union Street - Trafalgar Apts.
- 100 Walter Street