CALL 2015 – 2016
CALL membership is required for participation in CALL activities and interest groups.
Click here for information on how to become a member of CALL.
If you have any questions about this process, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
The annual CALL membership fee includes participation in any and all CALL Interest Groups, Lecture Series, and monthly get-togethers. In some cases,there will be additional fees for travel, or entrance fees, please check with the facilitator for more information.
- To see a complete list of Interest Groups, click here.
- As new interest groups are added, they will be noted in the sidebar for two weeks.
- To register for an Interest Group:
-Click on the title of the Interest Group
-Register directly by emailing the Interest Group facilitator, as indicated in the Group description. The facilitator will be able to contact you with any pertinent information.
–Member DROP-INS are welcome in some Groups – Please contact the facilitator.
Some venues are not wheel chair accessible, please contact your facilitator.
- For more on how Interest Groups work, click here.
- For resources and descriptions of the roles of interest group facilitators and interest area coordinators, click here.
- CALL offers both its own Lecture Series and others in partnership with organizations such as Mount Royal University, (no registration required.)Current series are:
Treks and Travels,
Science and the Environment.
Health and Wellness,
and the Somar Speakers Series.
– Treks and Travels and Science and the Environment are held monthly, 7:30-9:00 p.m., at Rosedale Community Hall. Free for members, $5 charge at the door for non-members.
– Health and Wellness is held monthly, at Self Connection Books, (free street parking is available). Free for members and guests are welcome.
- Monthly get-togethers where members can socialize, learn about and sign up for interest groups, propose new interest groups, and have a short, stimulating program (a speaker, or some other sort of participatory event).
Interest groups are organized by broad categories. CALL is always interested in offering new and interesting groups. If you have an interest in a certain area, or would like to become a facilitator, please contact the Area Co-ordinator listed below.
If you have questions about the Interest Groups in general, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sue Constable (email@example.com)
CURRENT ISSUES, Mary Lou Kerr and Pat Booker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
FOOD & WINE,
Pat McCann (email@example.com)
HEALTH AND WELLNESS,
Pat Hogan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
SCIENCE & ENVIRONMENT,
Tom Kerwin and Joe Boivin (email@example.com)
Janet Samber (firstname.lastname@example.org)
WHAT’S IN STORE FOR 2015-2016?
As a CALL member, have you been wondering what’s in store for the new year?
The CALL website has the latest information on interest groups that started in the Fall and some new ones just created. The new year is a great time to carry on in the groups you’ve already joined and to try out some different and new ones too.
The very popular Treks and Travels and CALL Café continues, as well CALL is introducing a new lecture series, Science and the Environment every month through to June. The Somar Speakers Series, CALL’s partnership with Mount Royal University, will continue throughout the year.
Registrations are limited and are accepted on a first-received, first-served basis. The registration for Interest Groups will see some changes this year as CALL continues to update its website and use the power of technology to help with the administration of both membership and registration. As CALL relies entirely on volunteers for all its programming and administration it is trying to move forward using the tools available.
Almost all continuing groups, and all the new interest groups have room for new members, so plan on exploring some new subjects and experiences. Explore Calgary with the Urban Hiking Group, discover Opera, or take part in stimulating discussions.