Tuxedo Park Community Association

August Updates

Graffiti Vandalism

Graffiti vandalism is figures, letters, drawings or stickers applied, scribbled, scratched, etched, sprayed or attached on or to the surface of any premises, structure, or other property. It can be done by a variety of methods including spray paint, markers, etching and pens to name a few. Graffiti done without the owner’s permission is vandalism and is a crime carrying serious consequences. Most graffiti vandalism IS not gang related, but if graffiti vandalism is left unchecked, other criminal activities may begin to start in the area as the perception of the community is that no one cares or is taking care of the area. Graffiti vandalism needs to be reported to 311. If graffiti vandalism is not removed quickly, this inaction may be interpreted as a sign of low neighborhood pride, and graffiti vandalism will spread to other buildings, streets and properties.

What to do:
1. Record the graffiti vandalism by taking a photograph (if possible) of the damage
2. Note the location
3. Report the graffiti by calling 311
4. Remove the graffiti if it is on your property or with permission of the property owner. The longer it is left for viewing the more likely other graffiti will appear in the area.

Please visit www.graffitifreecalgary.ca for more information on graffiti vandalism and how you can make a difference in your community to address graffiti vandalism.


Calgary Public Library is excited to introduce an online tutoring tool for all students from grades 3 – 12. BrainFuse provides live-chat access to expert tutors who are familiar with all areas of the Alberta curriculum. Your child can receive one-on-one help through live chat, screen sharing, or entering an online classroom environment. Available on desktop or mobile, via the “E-Library” link on the Calgary Public Library website at calgarylibrary.ca

Upcoming Events

What: Clothing Swap
Where: Tuxedo Park Community Association Hall
When: Clothes Drop-off, September 18, 3:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Clothing Swap, September 19, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Provide opportunity to encourage re-use/recycle of clothing and make available to all demographics within our community; Sharing Circle Members will get early VIP access; Maximum 15 items per person from select tables.

Contact Darrah Wolfe at darrah_w@hotmail.com

What: Community Garden Info Session September 22nd
Where: Tuxedo Park Community Association Hall
When: Sept 22 Event time for public: 7:30pm to 9:00pm

Tell interested community members about plans to start community garden and get feedback.

Contact Amy Heidman at aheidman@ualberta.net or Darrah Wolfe at darrah_w@hotmail.com

What: Muay Thai Classes
Where: Tuxedo Park Community Association Hall
When: Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9AM-10AM

The class is a beginner ladies Muay Thai class, it is a 1hr high intensity workout that is fun, hard, and varied so your not doing the same thing every class. It incorporates many different workout technics with traditional Muay thai practices and technics, so you can get fit and stay fit in an engaging way thats never boring while also learning a new skill. Class is run by 2 currently active fighters, one of which currently holds 3 world titles in Muay thai. Price- $80 a month or $10 for drop in.

Suggested equipment:
– Jump rope
– Hand wraps (180cm ideal)
– 16oz boxing gloves
– Yoga Mat