Help Wanted! Join our team.

The Community Association’s Board is made up of regular people living or working in Lawson Heights who donate a little time to build a stronger community. We’re your neighbours and you are ours.

Many hands make light work and we’d love to have you join our team and lend a hand. We could use people to fill the following roles:

  • Director of Children’s Programs
  • Web & Social Media Director
  • Soccer Coordinator
  • Director(s) at Large

Contact us at info@lawsonheights.ca if you have any questions or would like to visit our next meeting.

Lawson Fun Day and Craft & Trade Show

Community Fun Day
Friday June 17

6-10 pm in Rochdale Park by St. George School

  • BBQ & concession
  • bouncy castles
  • pedal racers
  • kids games (life sized jenga, large connect four, skipping ropes, and more)
  • Balloon artist
  • music by DJ Jack
  • beer gardens

$5/family or free with your advanced purchase of your 2016-2017 LHCA membership ($10/family). Cash or cheque accepted.

Thanks to our sponsors and partners:

 


Trade Show

Spring Program Registration

We have two spring programs open for registration.

Drop in badminton (adults)

Wednesdays, 9pm – 10pm, April 6th – June 8th, Lawson School Gym, $25

Engineering for Kids – Minecraft

Thursday 6:00 – 8:00pm 24-Mar (one day only), Lawson School Library, $35

Silverwood Heights Community Association has a number of spring programs too! Schedules and class descriptions are on their website at http://www.silverwoodcommunity.org/programs/.  Registration begins Sunday, March 6 at 7:00 pm and will remain open for the month (depending on space availability).

City News: traffic issues, citizen advisory pannel, summer jobs

  1. City Launches New Report a Traffic Issue Online Map

A new online tool has been launched that will allow residents to report traffic related concerns more accurately and efficiently. The new online interactive map provides citizens with the opportunity to report a traffic issue or concern associated with traffic, road signage/signals and safety on any Saskatoon street.

Continue reading City News: traffic issues, citizen advisory pannel, summer jobs