Hi Everyone, Bullying Ends Here is now available on Amazon! Proceeds from the book go to Bullying Ends Here which allows me to keep talking to you and their teachers in schools across Canada. I have a favour to ask. Could you please purchase the book on Tuesday 30 June? Of course your can purchase the book anytime but we are aiming to reach ‘best seller’ status on Amazon which will give the book, and especially the message that Bullying Ends Here, higher visibility. Here’s the link Lastly, if you could share this with anyone I may have missed, on social media or by any other means you can think of, I would truly appreciate it. Thank-you for all your support Have a great summer! Your friend, Tad
You are invited to attend the 1st Parent Education Evening presented by the Tuscany Community Coalition Together, the Tuscany Community Association, Tuscany Residents Association, Tuscany School, St. Basil’s School and Twelve Mile Coulee School have sponsored Dr. Wayne Hammond, Co-CEO of MeritCore, to come and speak to our community regarding encouraging resiliency in our children. Find out more at: http://www.sbparenting.com February 25th @ 7:00pm at St. Basil’s School This presentation is open to residents of Tuscany FREE of charge For details and to sign up click here: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/preparing-our-children-to-thrive-tickets-15408214384
It’s Almost Here! The 3rd annual Harvest Festival will be held on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, with Lawn Chair Theatre to follow at 2:30. Check our Harvest Festival Page for a list of sponsors and exciting activities that we are planning for this year’s festival. Admission is FREE to ALL Tuscany residents. Please bring a donation to the Calgary Food Bank. For more details, go to: http://HarvestFest.TuscanyCA.org.
The Annual Tuscany Community Association Book Swap is back again this spring! Donate your used books at Tuscany Sobeys or the Tuscany Club from May 1 to 9. Drop by the Tuscany Club on Saturday, May 10 to pick-up a book, visit with some neighbours, and meet representatives from the community association. The event is open to all members of the community and there is no charge for donating, trading, or picking-up used books. All left-over books will be donated to the Calgary Reads Book Sale. If you would like to volunteer to help make this event a success, we would love to have you! Please let us know at TuscanyCA.org/ContactUs.
On June 12, over 400 talented community members came to paint a canvas, eat some hot dogs and meet their neighbours. The Tuscany Community Association would like to thank Sobeys for sponsoring the barbecue and all the kids, parents and grandparents who attended the event. Look for your art to be displayed in the next couple of weeks on the fence of the middle school. In order for us to best serve our community, we want to hear from you. Post your comments to these two questions:
Calling all Artists, Amateurs, and Finger Painters! Join us for the First Ever Tuscany Community Arts Day! Sunday June 12, 2011 11:00 am- 2:00 pm Sobey’s parking lot The Tuscany Community Association is working with the Tuscany Elementary and St. Basil’s Catholic School to showcase their students art on the fence, and then on June 12, we invite all members of the community to “paint a canvas” for display on the fence for the remainder of the construction project. The TCA will provide cloroplast boards that will serve as the canvas, and Benjamin Moore has provided us with a great deal on paint that we will be using. Sobey’s has generously allowed us to use their parking lot and will be on hand with their famous barbecue! Click here for full details.