DouglasQuarry Timbits Soccer – 2021 Season Registration is Open March 1 – May 1!

2021 registration is open March 1 – May 1

http://www.ddgstimbits.com

The 2021 season will run from the week of June 7th to the week of August 2nd.

Should this season be cancelled for any reason, a full refund including community fees will be issued.

The DouglasQuarry Timbits Soccer League includes U4, U6, & U8 programs for kids.

DouglasQuarry Timbits Soccer is a recreational outdoor league of over 460 children, run entirely by volunteers, and sponsored by Tim Hortons and the Calgary Minor Soccer Association.

Congratulations to the Winners of our First Annual DouglasQuarry Holiday Display Contest!

Congratulations to the winners of our 1st Annual DouglasQuarry Holiday Display Contest!

Adine & Garth MacKenzie
Bill & Pauline Wong
Don Vandezande
Nels Correia
Nick & Chelsey Hookenson
Odette Rodrigues
Sharon & Ryan Derdall
Shawn Bastien-Deveth

Thank you all for making our neighbourhood brighter.

Enjoy your Visa gift cards!

We look forward to seeing new displays light up our community next year!

City of Calgary Waste & Recycling Services: Compost your real Christmas tree

Compost your real Christmas tree

Option 1: Put your tree in your green cart

·        Cut your tree into small pieces to fit inside your green cart. Make sure the lid can close.

·        Put extra branches into paper yard waste bags, roll close and set 0.5 metres (two feet) to the side of your cart.

Trees that are not prepared this way will not be collected.

Option 2: Bring to a tree drop-off December 26-January 31

Tree drop-offs will be available around the city to compost your Christmas tree.

·        Remove all lights, ornaments, tinsel, string and tree stands.

·        Do not wrap or bag your tree.

Find a list of locations at calgary.ca/christmastree.

City of Calgary Waste & Recycling Services: Now drop off more electronic items for free recycling

Finding piles of discarded electronics in your drawers and closets, or upgraded to a new device over the holidays? It might be time to recycle your old and used electronics! Never put your electronics in the blue bin, as it can cause damage to recycling facility equipment and harm workers.

Electronics like cellphones, televisions and computers have been recycled in an environmentally safe way instead of being buried in a landfill since 2004.

The City of Calgary is participating in a two-year pilot to help divert even more electronic items from the landfill, such as:

·        Small appliances (hair dryers, irons, toasters, shavers, vacuums)

·        Audio visual (calculators, radios, headphones and earbuds, microphones)

·        Telecom (landline phones, modems and routers)

·        Power and air tools (drills, grinders, circular saws)

·        Games, toys and music (action figures, toy robots, toy vehicles, guitars)

We will continue to accept the following electronics for recycling. Remember to remove personal data before dropping off electronics.

·        Mouse devices, keyboards, cables and speakers

·        Laptops, tablets and notebooks

·        Printers, copiers and fax machines

·        TVs and monitors

Visit calgary.ca/electronics for a complete list of accepted items and City-approved drop-off locations, including City landfills. There is no charge to bring electronics to a City landfill unless your load contains other garbage.