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March and April 2018 Events 

Spring Registration is now open!!


Classes start the week of March 12th for session 1 and May 7th for session 2!  This season features a variety of new and exciting classes and new instructors, making NBRA programs a wonderful experience from start to finish! Visit www.newbrighton-connect.com, or call us at 403-781-6613 ext 2 for a full listing of available programs, times, dates and costs!


Summer Camps are back!


With the summer months fast approaching, keeping your little ones entertained in a safe, educational and super fun environment, has never been easier! 2018 themes include: Happy Holidays!; Petite Picasso; Survivor Challenge; Junior Scientists; Lights, Camera, Action!; It’s a Pirate’s Life for me; Nothing but Net; Seven Wonders of the World; and Unsolved Mysteries. To register visit www.newbrighton-connect.com or call us at 403-781-6613 ext 3.

Community Events:

Movie Nights, March 23rd, and April 27th – 7-9pm   

$5 for a family (2 adults and 3 kids) including drinks and popcorn.

It’s an exciting evening of family fun! The New Brighton Clubhouse offers a cozy space for the kids to get comfortable and plenty of seating for parents to sit back and relax.

Find out each month’s movie by visiting www.newbrighton-connect.com, www.facebook.com/thenewbrightonclub or call 403-781-6613

1. Under 18 Club, April 5th, and May 4th – 7-9pm

$2 drop in includes snacks  

It’s Tween/Teen Night, bring your friends and enjoy join us for a fun night of friendly competition, games and of course lots of laughs! This is a perfect place for you and your friends to hang out.
April is Games Night; and May is May the 4th be with you.

Something to Wine About, March 16th, and April 20th – 7-9pm  

 $20 for 6 tasters

The experts from Seton Highlander Wine & Spirits will be on site to educate participants on wines from different regions all over the world! Experience 6 different wines (3 red, 3 white), enjoy some palate cleansing snacks, discover the history of the vineyards used, the hues in the wine, and price points of each bottle.

March is Italy and April is Australia and New Zealand! to learn more or to register visit www.newbrighton-connect.com or call 403-781-6613 ext 2.

Mommy and Me Meet up, Every Wednesday from 9:30-11am  

 $2 drop in  

Bring your little ones and join us for a fun morning of activity, stimulation, and socialization. Children will enjoy games and toys, while parents enjoy coffee, snacks, and great company!

New Brighton Seniors Club, Every Thursday from 10:30-12pm

$2 drop in

The NBRA is excited to host the New Brighton Seniors Club! Offering a variety of different activities including crafts, games, great conversation and so much more. Spend your time enjoying new activities, meeting new friends, and exploring everything that New Brighton has to offer.

Storytime, Every 2nd Monday from 10:30-11am


Spend the morning with the Calgary Public Library listening to stories and singing songs that the whole family can enjoy! Great for ages 0-5 years!! The book truck will also be on site during these mornings from 10am – 12pm for borrowing new and exciting books!

2. Mediation Workshop, Saturday April 14th from 4-6pm

Res: $40, BF Res: $50 and Non-Res: $60

Students learn how to meditate with practical guidance. Heal your physical, mental and emotional health with proper body alignments of Asanas, detoxify yourself with intense breathing techniques and feel your divine and sacred connection with the universe with relaxing healing meditation.

Register on www.newbrighton-connect.com or call 403-781-6613 ext 2

 3. Junior Canvas Creations (6+), Saturday April 21st from 10-12:30pm

Res: $25, BF Res: $30 and Non-Res: $35

Come for a morning of painting and fun! Children let their imaginations run wild while creating a masterpiece to bring home to show off. *Note: chocolate milk & cookies are included with program fee*

Register on www.newbrighton-connect.com or call 403-781-6613 ext 2

 4. Teen Canvas Creations (12-16yrs), Saturday April 21st from 3-5:30pm

Res: $25, BF Res: $30 and Non-Res: $35

Gather friends together for a fun afternoon of creating & painting in this workshop tailored for teens. The instructor will review different styles and techniques used to make a masterpiece. Grab some pals and head to the Clubhouse for a fun afternoon being inspired. *Note: drinks & a snack are included with program fee*

Register on www.newbrighton-connect.com or call 403-781-6613 ext 2

 Little Free Libraries

Little-Free-Library-LogoTake a look at totallyCalgary’s Pinterest Board of Little Free Libraries that Calgarians have designed and constructed.

If you have a Little Free Library in your yard, send us a picture and we will add it out our Pin Board.

New Brighton Community Background

New-Brighton-CommunityTraditional English architecture with a distinctly modern flair is the hallmark of New Brighton, a family oriented community in southeast Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Masonry and latticework, dormer windows, decorative shutters, ornamental handles and hinges – it’s the small details that make a big difference here. And while the quaint feeling of an old English neighborhood is very much present in this new community, New Brighton is Brookfield’s first “wired” community through Brookfield-Connect and features a 20-acre central park and 12-acre pond.

New Brighton Community Association

New-Brighton-LogoThe New Brighton Community Association (NBCA) is represented by a volunteer Board of Directors elected annually by it’s membership. The New Brighton Community Association meets the second Tuesday of each month and everyone is welcome to attend. Please be sure to attend the meetings for updates from our MLA, Alderman and the Calgary Police Service as the discuss issues that affect New Brighton and listen to our concerns.

New Brighton Community Association

Address: 2 New Brighton Drive SE Calgary, Alberta T2Z 4B2
Phone: (403) 271-7107
Email: general.nbca@gmail.com
Website:  newbrightonca.com


New Brighton Residents Association

New-BrightonCommunity-CentreThe New Brighton Residents Association (NBRA) is a not-for-profit organization established under Part 9 of the Companies Act by the builder in 2003, to professionally manage and operate several of New Brighton’s community features.  Operated by the NBRA, the New Brighton Club is a year round recreational facility, consisting of a 6500 square foot building. Also on site are; 2 tennis courts, a beach volleyball court, basketball courts, a splash park, playground, and a hockey rink. Members can gain access to these facilities using their issued membership card, and can also sign in guests. 

In addition to maintaining community features, the NBRA also employees a fulltime Recreation Coordinator at the New Brighton Club, who is responsible for implementing recreational programs and events, using various facilities and amenities within the park. To meet the needs of all of its members, the NBRA offers a variety of fitness, educational, and creative programs for all ages.  

New Brighton Residents Association

Address: 2 New Brighton Drive SE, Calgary, AB T2Z 4B2
Phone: (403) 781-6613
Email: Jeanna Schmidt • gm.newbrighton@shaw.ca
Website: newbrighton-connect.com

Office Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
closed for lunch daily 12:30-1:00pm



  • Acadia Elementary School – K – Gr 4 – 9603 – 5 Street SE Calgary AB T2J 1K4
  • David Thompson – Gr 5 – 9 – 9320 Arbour Cres SE  Calgary AB T2J 0X8
  • Lord Beaverbrook High School – 9019 Fairmount Drive SE Calgary AB T2H 0Z4
  • St Celicia School – K – Gr 6 – 610 Agate Cres SE Calgary AB T2J 0Z3
  • St Albert the Great School – K – Gr 9 – 225 Prestwick Ave SE Calgary AB T2Z 3X3
  • Bishop Grandin High School –  111 Haddon Road SW Calgary AB T2V 2Y2

Recreational Amenities

Tennis Courts
Hockey Rink – outdoor
Skating Rink – outdoor
Sports/Play Fields
Water Park
Community Sports
Fitness Programs
Dance Programs

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Flower Shop

Do you like flower gardens?

New Brighton Businesses