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Community Pantry
1991 Woodview Drive SW

The Woodcreek Community Pantry has moved indoors for the winter. Access to the pantry will be limited for donations and pickups. 

Upcoming Pantry Dates:

Saturdays  12 - 2 PM

Here is a handy list of items we always need: Soap, feminine hygiene products, shampoo/conditioner, laundry and dish soap, tissues and toilet paper, dried beans and lentils, pasta, dried soups, powdered milk, bread, dried veggies, diapers/ wipes

Extras: (sugar, flour, coffee, tea, treats).


We are looking for community input regarding the future of our pantry. Please complete this brief survey:


Thank you for your support!

Naomi Burkinshaw

401 Woodcreek Scouts


Happy New Year to everyone, we hope that the holiday season was a joyous one for all of your families.


We had a very successful Christmas tree sales campaign in December and a great turn out for our bottle drive in January. These fundraisers help to subsidize our programs that we do with the kids. All of the money stays right here in the area.


For all of the coffee drinkers out there we have a year round on line fund raising coffee campaign that you can check out at  All the info is there on line for you if you are interested in enjoying delicious coffee and supporting our Group at the same time.


Our group now also has a Skip the Depot account for you to have bottles collected from your house and donate the proceeds to our Scouting program. Once you get near the end of the steps, you can choose an organization to donate to, that is where you'll find 401woodcreekscouts. Please check out


Our winter programs are back in full force. And we are busy planning the balance of the years events. If you have any questions on our programs please feel free to contact our Group Commissioner Tony Churchill at 403-281-1929.

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Woodbine School Update

Woodbine School has partnered with Skip the Depot! 

AND... Skip the Depot's services have expanded to include ELECTRONICS and USED CLOTHING along with bottles and cans. 

What is SkipTheDepot? 
A door-to-door bottle/can, electronics, and clothing collection service that makes refundable recycling and supporting our school easier than 1,2,3!

What they accept:
Beverage Containers: Aluminum, Polyethylene, Terephthalate (PET), Plastics, Glass, Tetra Brik, Gable Top, Bi-Metal, Pouches.

Used Clothing: Clothing, Outerwear, Shoes, Hats, Towels, Rags, Bedding, Footwear, Purses, Backpacks, Wallets, Belts.
Unwanted Electronics: Televisions, Computers, Laptops & Tablets, Printers, Copiers, Scanners & Fax Machines, Phones, Lawn & Garden, Audio Visual, Games, Toys,  Panels,  Power Tools, Telecom equipment.

Download the app and book a pickup using

Place your bags outside your house and Woodbine School receives 100% of the funds from your refundable donation.
Thank you so much to our amazing school community for their support of this initiative!

Woodbine school is looking for volunteers to read with students. 
All prospective volunteers must first register as a volunteer at the Woodbine Elementary school office. School administrators will verify your identity and register you in our volunteer database. You will then be provided with a letter enabling you to obtain a police information check from the Calgary Police Service (CPS).

Seniors Outdoor Club of Calgary

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Members of the Woodcreek Community are invited to join the Seniors Outdoor Club of Calgary Tuesdays to snowshoe, cross-country ski and hike in our beautiful mountains and foothills. We are members of the non-profit Seniors Outdoor Club of Calgary who get up early every Tuesday to drive to the Montgomery Community Association parking lot.  There, we board a comfortable, coach-style, 55-passenger bus which leaves at 8 a.m. sharp and takes us to various trailheads in the mountains west of Calgary. We snowshoe/cross-country ski in the winter and hike in the summer.  Hikes are curated by a very experienced trailmaster. Participants group according to their fitness levels. Various levels of hikes, from moderate to challenging, are offered and led by experienced member volunteers. There are many benefits to membership - carefree visiting, snacking and snoozing on your way from/to Calgary on the bus, becoming part of a wonderful social community but, most importantly, scheduling a weekly physically active date with nature which is known to be so mentally restorative! Check us out at


Used Paperback Books

To raise funds for their activities, the seniors have a rapidly growing book collections with a good selection of gently used novels for 50 cents each. Donations of gently used paperbacks would be appreciated. Please drop off books during office hours. 

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Woodcreek Seniors Knitting Group

Come join us with your own knitting/crochet skills and enjoy time spent with like-minded people.  We meet on Monday’s between 1:00pm and 3:00pm at the Woodcreek Community Centre.


We continue to look for unused knitting yarn and wool.  Donations can be dropped off at the WCA office, Monday to Friday between 1:00 to 4:00pm. 


Contact Sandy Keating for more information:

Little Free Libraries

Little Free Libraries are a global phenomenon. Many Woodcreek residents have installed book sharing boxes in the hope that they will bring a little more joy, a little more connection, and a whole lot more books to our community. 


Here’s how it works!  Initially the Little Free Library is stocked with a variety of books.  You stop by and take whatever catches your eye. You bring books to contribute when you can.


Some of the Woodbine/Woodlands locations include:

  • 592 Woodbine Blvd.

  • 32 Woodbrook Close

  • 188 Woodglen Way

  • 67 Woodgreen Place

  • 27 Woodbine Blvd

  • 31 Woodfern Rise

  • 880 Woodpark Way

  • 123 Woodglen Rd.

  • 583 Woodpark Cres.

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Trico Centre

Trico Centre for Family Wellness is a non-profit, community-owned and operated recreation facility. We offer something for everybody, whether it is working out in our fitness centre, swimming in the warmest pool in Calgary, skating or playing hockey on one of our two rinks, or using the gymnasium or studios. You can find more information on all of our activities at


For more information or business inquiries please contact:

Jason MacAskill

Business Development & Marketing Coordinator

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