602 - 22nd Avenue NWCalgary, Alberta, T2M 1N7

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Mount Pleasant Playgroup

Calgary based, Mount Pleasant Playgroup is a program for children and caregivers to enjoy playtime, crafts, snacks and friends in a welcoming environment.

This program is run on a cooperative basis with members sharing the responsibility of light duties from a list of volunteer activities.

Check Us Out!

Please drop by in person on any day of the week to check it out by letting the Playgroup Chair (playgroup@mpca.ca) know when you are coming.



Children up to 5 years old and their caregivers (not limited to Mount Pleasant Community, anyone in the City can join!)


Choose a day to attend: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, or Fri.
Time: 9am - 11am
Fall Session: September - January / Winter Session: January - June
See our Yearly Calendar for complete schedule, closures & events.


Mount Pleasant Community Lower Hall (602 22 Ave NW, Calgary, AB)


$37.50 per family per session

What to Bring

Comfortable play clothes and socks. Indoor shoes (optional but recommended)

Registration Opens

July 1 for Fall session / Nov 1 for Winter session



A Day At Playgroup

Read what you will get to experience in A Day at Playgroup.

Volunteer Commitment

Questions about what the volunteer duties are? Please read our Volunteer Positions Manual.


Still want more? Read our full Playgroup Manual for the itty bitty details.

Already Attending?

Please read our Playgroup Orientation.


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