The Stony Mountain Community Association (SMCA) is a volunteer non-profit organization made up of area residents.
The SMCA was formed in 2007, and grew out of the Street Party Association who, since 2002, planned the Canada Day evening and Family Festival in Stony Mountain.
The SMCA was established to provide recreational and leisure activities for the area as well as support and structure for the different organizations in our area to work together on common goals.
The SMCA was inspired by the past successes of the Stony Mountain Community Club which was a volunteer group in the 1960's and 70's who led the development of the arena, toboggan hill, Centennial Park (since closed) and swimming pool (since closed) as well as many community events in Stony Mountain.
The SMCA Board:
President: Marcia Desmedt
Vice President: Dave Van Heyst
Treasurer: Tony Hoess
Plus a number of Associate Members
The SMCA board meets on a monthly basis (dates and times vary), contact Marcia at email@example.com if you are interested in attending or becoming involved on the Association. Are all welcome to attend!!
Hosts the annual Family Festival (Canada Day eve street party) and Canada Day Festivities.
This was a huge success with over 500 people in attendance for the street party and a large turnout for Canada Day parade, BB-Q, kids games and fireworks.
Brought baseball and softball back to Stony Mountain (about 50 children participating this year)
Started soccer program in 2012 (about 80 children participating this year)
Supported a Women's rec hockey group (approx. 15 participants)
Started an adult slow-pitch mixed ball league in 2012
In participation with the RM of Rockwood and other groups, leading the development of the sports fields in Stony Mountain including the outdoor skating/hockey rink, soccer fields and additional baseball diamonds. See "Sports fields Development" tab for info.
Our latest project is the upgrade of Stony Mountain's Parks and Playgrounds.
In addition to the Family Festival and Canada Day activities. The SMCA has been working hard to secure grants from the municipal, provincial and federal level.
The SMCA is also now a registered charity and are able to issue tax receipts for business and private donations.