Just as small-town Alberta communities have always been made stronger by the connections between neighbours and families, Rangeview will truly come alive when residents of every generation gather to learn, share and cultivate a vibrant new way of life.
There will always be something happening here, with events and educational programs managed by the Home Owners Association (HOA) inviting everyone to join community-wide celebrations, cultural activities, gardening lessons and more.
Rangeview's residents will enjoy countless ways to build skills and create memories.
Farmers’ and makers’ markets will support local growers and artisans, highlighting the creative talents of Rangeview’s residents
Hands-on educational programs about planting, growing and harvesting will inspire novice and experienced green thumbs
Expert instructors will welcome residents interested in learning to prepare and preserve food
Neighbours will enjoy and share the literal fruits of their labour at harvest festivals, foodie events and holiday gatherings
Rangeview’s littlest residents will love kid-friendly programs designed to build a lifelong love of gardening, cooking and more
Whether at neighbourhood block parties or intimate family gatherings, Calgary’s first garden-to-table community will provide a social life unlike anywhere else in Alberta. Residents will gather in:
Public and private open spaces including gardens, orchards and Rangeview’s greenhouse
Market Square, Harvest Square and Innovation Square for farmers’ markets, picnics and programs
Harvest Hall and other community buildings managed by the HOA
For residents interested in getting started with gardening, or those who want to expand their existing knowledge, the HOA and Program Coordinator will provide helpful guidance and support. With access to informative pollinating and demonstration gardens as well as community facilities, classes may include:
Professional training in the planting, growing and harvesting of food
Demonstrations with local chefs for the preparation and enjoyment of locally-grown foods
Canning and preserving classes as well as home-based garden education
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