Tuxedo Park Summer FestivalSaturday, June 25th
Upper Hall Rentals
Lower Hall Rentals - not avail until Sept 2022
Community Park - under construction in 2022
Welcome To Tuxedo Park
The Tuxedo Park Community Association is a volunteer-led organization dedicated to enhancing our neighbourhood. Nestled in the inner-city of Calgary, Tuxedo Park runs from 16th Avenue N to 32nd Avenue N, from Edmonton Trail NE to 2nd Street NW.
Our membership includes residents and businesses throughout our community. The Tuxedo Park Community Hall (located at 202 29th Avenue NE) sits within the Tuxedo Park site, just a block off Center Street N. It’s here, in this beautiful setting, that the TPCA runs a wide variety of programming and events, and welcomes renters in both our Upper and Lower Hall.
What is happening to the park:
The City, as part of storm water improvement program will be increasing the size of storm water pipes and will be creating a dry pond to reduce flooding during extreme weather events.
Looking for the perfect space to rent for your wedding, birthday, celebration, meeting, or event? Check our Upper and Lower Hall availability here.
Classes & Programming
From Junior Soccer to Seniors Fitness to our wildly famous Monday Night Yoga, the TPCA has classes and programming for everyone. Click here to see what’s coming up next in your neighbourhood.
With the TPCA Summer Festival, Jelly Bean Dances, Seniors Teas, Canada Day and Santa Breakfasts, there’s always something to celebrate in Tuxedo Park!
Senior’s programs are currently on hold.
At the TPCA, we value the seniors in our community. We’re happy to offer classes and programs specific to your needs.
Are you looking for the perfect space for your upcoming event? Our Upper Hall and Lower Hall are available for long or short-term rental.
Take a Virtual Tour
Step into our Upper or Lower Halls from the comfort of your own home and take a tour! Both freshly renovated spaces are available for rent.
Your community needs you! The TPCA has a variety of volunteering opportunities for all ages. From one-time events to committee members to board positions, there really is something for everyone.