(if you have an event you would like to add please contact us)
Coffee and a chat!
Parent & Tot Playgroup
Our Parent & Tot Playgroup operates out of the community hall. The group use the lounge area of the hall on the last Friday of each month from 10:00 AM – 12:00 Noon. The program is for parents/caregivers and their young children ages 0-5 to drop by and make friends with other families in Argyll as well as have fun. This is a free service for community residents and we ask you to bring your own snacks and beverages.
Argyll YOGA classes to resume in September.
Argyll Community is pleased to be able to present this Hatha Yoga Programme to both residents and the general public. Classes are held during winter and spring the lounge area of the hall each Monday evening from 7:30 — 9:00 PM.
This is Hatha Yoga with a focus on alignment, core stability and awareness of body and breath. Our instructor is Renee Giammarioli (an Argyll resident) who is a Yoga Association of Alberta Certified Yoga Instructor and is also a physiotherapist.
We limit the class to 12 students. Contact Renee if you are planning to register. Also be sure to let her know if you have a recent injury or some physical limitations. You can call Renee at 780.903.1911. We also offer an 8-week class in the new year and another in spring.
EJCA Fall Bazaar 2018
Saturday, October 20 the Edmonton Japanese Community Association holds its annual Fall Bazaar where you can sample Japanese Food, buy some Christmas Gifts, see Japanese Cookbooks and even Children’s books in English. This is also a bake sale with cookies, cakes, and lots of baked goodies. A silent auction will also be held for those who wish to contribute to supporting the many programmes of the organization.
Things get underway at 11:00 AM on Saturday and continue through to 2:00 PM. This is an annual event helping the EJCA programs (operated by all the various volunteer groups) supported by their association. It’s also a great opportunity to explore some of the Culture on display.
Each week a group of musicians spend a little time together playing songs and keeping time. They meet on Thursdays from noon until 3:00 PM in the main hall of the Argyll Community Centre. They welcome any instrument you are willing to jam with. Electric and Acoustic instruments are both welcome.
If you want to sit-in on what they get up to each week, then contact Ken by phone and get the details for their next jam. You can come and sing, play along or just relax and enjoy the music. Call Ken780.466.8127 for more information.
Stay up to date on community driven events at http://www.argyllcl.ab.ca/index.html
Avonmore Book Club
If you enjoy reading, this popular book club would love to have you. The Club meets on Sunday evenings every 4 – 6 weeks. Members take turns picking books and hosting meetings. New members are welcome.
Books we have recently read are: Hidden Figures, American War, Forgiveness, Precious Cargo, The Boat People, Marrow Thieves, The Dry, Tatoos on the Heart, Where the Crow Flies and Wak for the Dreamland.
AVONMORE COMMUNITY PLAYSCHOOL
Avonmore Community League offers a “learning through play” playschool program for children 3 and 4 years of age upstairs in the rink building.
Students enjoy small class sizes, three days a week, which run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays or Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
To register or for further information please contact our playschool teacher, Jamie Konrad, by leaving a message at the playschool at (780) 465-1941 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a pilot project, Avonmore Community League has purchased a one year membership to the Edmonton Tool Library. With this membership, our community league members can now access the library’s tools at no charge. They are open Saturday afternoons only.
The library is located at the north end of Gretzky Drive, at 7308 – 112 Ave.
The web site, www.edmontontoollibrary.ca, lists all the tools they have available.
Please be aware that this is a pilot project. If you use the library, please send a quick email to our director-at-large, Bob Raynard. If there is interest and the tool library is being used, we will consider renewing our membership.
Stay up to date on Community Driven Events at http://www.avonmore.org/
SPIRIT OF BURNEWOOD
Burnewood Community’s motto is “Life is Good in Burnewood” and it’s hard for the majority of us to disagree with this statement. We have great schools, plenty of green space for recreation and a strong community spirit that provides a safe environment for our children to thrive in. There are still some opportunities, however, that are beyond the reach of some of our families. We believe that every child should have the opportunity to have a healthy and active life! To help achieve this goal, the League has established a Program Sponsorship Initiative called the “Spirit of Burnewood“. This initiative will allow children from families who have limited financial resources to participate in sports and recreational activities.
The scope of this initiative will provide free registrations in the children’s programs. To qualify, children must be 18 years of age or under and a resident of Burnewood. Asking for help is sometimes hard so our aim is to make the registration process as unintrusive as possible
If you would like to take advantage of this program, please contact email@example.com or by mail at 4118 – 41 Avenue, Edmonton, AB, T6L 5Y6.
*Burnewood Community League reserves the right to refuse an application without explanation and without recourse.
GLOW PROGRAM FOR GIRLS
Fall 2018 Session (October – November)
“Authentic Me” theme
Girls 11 – 14yrs: Tuesdays 4 – 5:30 pm
Oct 9 – Nov 27
Girls 8 – 10yrs: Thursdays 2:30 – 4:00 pm
Oct 11 – Nov 29
Fee $190 (includes GST)
Please contact Bonnie Dani to register
PUNJABI AND HERITAGE FOLK DANCING
Year-round Punjabi dance for kids and adults.
Annual competitions and summer camp.
*Call Manjit for more information 780-952-5075*
SIDEDOOR YOUTH CENTRE – FREE PROGRAM
SideDoor Youth Centre is a fun and safe place for you to feel like you belong, to build relationships, and call your own. Through various programs, our hope is to offer you experiences that will open doors of opportunity for you.
We have a variety of programs that we offer, all of which are FREE!
The foundation of SideDoor Youth Centre is our Drop-In program which we offer weekdays at 3:30pm for students grades 6 to 12. There you can hang out with friends, have a snack, play games, do homework, take advantage of our open gym, and enjoy a free meal.
**SUMMER 2018 DROP-IN: Weekdays Monday – Thursday 3:30pm – 6pm for students in grades 6 – 12.
SideDoor is proud to offer a sports program outside of Drop-In hours. With open gym times being rare and expensive, we want to offer a free alternative for you to enjoy some of your favorite sports with friends. (Age and times to be determined by specific program)
At SideDoor we care about you and want to help you out the best we can. From tutoring, to baking classes, to job prep. We want to ensure that we do our best to get you to the next level of opportunity.
For more information about our programs, schedules, and upcoming events check out our website: www.sidedooryouthcentre.ca
4461 50th Street (Hosted at Evangel Assembly)
207 Burnewood Scouts
Youth from Burnewood, the Meadows, Fountain Lake, Wild Rose and anyone else interested in joining the Burnewood Scouting group are welcome.
Beavers (5-7yrs) @ Satoo School, Mondays 6:30pm – 7:45pm
Cub Scouts (8-10yrs) @ Julia Kiniski School, Wednesdays 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Scouts (11-15yrs) @ Lee Ridge School, Wednesdays 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Venturer Scouts (15-18yrs) @ Various Locations (once per month)
Rover Scouts (18-26yrs) @ Various Locations (once per month)
Are you looking for a fun and rewarding volunteer opportunity? Join our leadership team or help out on the group committee.
*We are currently seeking a Treasurer and Fundraising Coordinator.
For additional information:
Jennifer Schillinger 780-705-9592, or cell 403-990-3439, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Group Commissioner: Brandon McCready email@example.com
For more information about Scouting, visit: www.scouts.ca
Instructed by: Chris Eckert
780-465-0581 or japankaratedo-edmonton.com
The Burnewood Community League karate program offers traditional instruction in the Japanese martial art of karate. The program is open to people of all ages and combines elements from the three traditional styles originating from the Okanawa region in Japan. The word karate translates as ’empty hand’ and perfectly expresses the philosophy of karate – self-defense.
Students are taught the importance of both mental and physical discipline, as well as perseverance. Combined with a great workout and the opportunity to compete at organized events, karate teaches many skills that are directly transferable to every-day life, working under pressure being a perfect example.
Our instructor, Chris Eckert is a fourth degree black belt and has been practicing karate since 1978. Chris started the BCL karate program in 1996, not long after moving in to the Burnewood community, and has seen it grow significantly during the past 10 years. He is a certified instructor with Genbukai Canada. In order to ensure that his teaching skills remain at their peak, Chris attends regular training sessions in Canada, the US, and in Japan.
BURNEWOOD ADULT VOLLEYBALL
The Burnewood Adult Volleyball program offers adults the opportunity to play volleyball with others who share their desire to develop their skills and increase their knowledge of the game.
Attendance is limited to 30. Depending on number of players, we divide into four or five teams and play a round robin.
As a drop-in, you do not have to attend every week – you pay as you go.
The season-end tournament is by registration first to those with the best attendance; it is not included in pre-paid amount.
Have FUN! Develop your skills. Practice good sportsmanship!
Marion & Darcy Turner 780-462-4858
Jackie & Arden Playford 780-469-5996
Wednesday mornings 9:00 – 9:45am at the BCL Hall
4118 41 Avenue NW
Area Captain: Jeanette
Please call (780) 410-6556 for more information/to register
Stay up to date on Community Driven events at http://burnewood.ca/
Did you know that you can swim for free* at select Edmonton pools with your Hazeldean Community League membership?
A Hazeldean Community League membership card is required, and must be shown for free admission. Visit the Membership page for a list of places you can purchase a membership card to take advantage of free membership swim times.
Also, be sure to check the City of Edmonton website for any additional information, or pool repair and closures.
Okinawan Style Karate with Sensei Bill Elgert
Home to traditional Meibukan Goju Karate Edmonton, Sensei Bill Elgert provides instruction to children from 6 years old to adult in this Okinawan style martial art. The benefits to participants include increased respect for self and others, improved ability to focus, camaraderie, physical fitness, improved self-esteem, and confidence. For children, this provides a healthy environment to run, play, share, and laugh while expending some of that excess energy they all seem to possess in learning a new art form.
Sensei Elgert holds a 2nd degree black belt and has received training under the International Meibukan Goju Karate Association. This Okinawan style karate shares the traditional teachings of Master Chojun Miyagi’s Okinawa Goju-Ryu Karate-Do.
Classes take place Monday and Wednesday. For more information, please contact Bill at 780-438-3179 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
FEE: Varies. Contact Bill for more information.
Fitness Classes with Jen
Hazeldean FUNctional Fitness: Come join us for a fun, full body workout at Hazeldean Community Hall. Program starts in October on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Contact Jen at email@example.com to register and for more information.
Hazeldean Community League hosts a free drop-in playgroup! All community children with caregivers are welcome. The coffee pot is on and it gives everyone a chance to play in a warm safe atmosphere. Playgroup is at the hall in with our coordinator Jenn. Contact the hall for more information.
Stay up to date on community driven events at http://www.hazeldean.org/
King Edward Park
Parent and Tot Program
King Edward Park Parent and Tot Playgroup
Every Monday from 10:30-12:00PM
Small Community League Hall (8001 81 St.)
Babies and toddlers welcome!
Drop in for some free play, sing-alongs, arts and crafts for the little ones, and socialize with other parents in the neighbourhood over coffee and tea.
Questions? Contact Keren at 780-902-8852
West Coast Swing University
West Coast Swing University (WCSU) Canada is the Canadian division of the northern Californian based West Coast Swing University. Working with Jason and Yvonne Wayne with WCSU to develop a curriculum that creates fantastic social and competitive dancers.
With our levelled group classes we can ensure that no matter your skill level you will have a fun and rewarding time learning to dance West Coast Swing with us. Our knowledgeable teachers, with extensive dance backgrounds and training, also offer private lessons for anyone wanting a more detailed or personalised learning environment.
Tuesday – Wednesday nights at King Edward Park Large Hall
7708 85 Street
Contact email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our community has a fantastic set of tennis courts located at Duncan Innes Park, 8008 – 81 street, NW. We have 3 recently resurfaced (with Plexipave) courts which also have full lighting for evening play. Members are friendly and open to all levels. Private and group lessons are available. You must have a valid community league membership to join.
KEP resident annual membership: $50 family, 25 single
Non King Edward park resident annual membership: $75 family, $50 single
Contact Wayne for more information! email@example.com
Stay up to date on community driven events at http://www.kingedwardpark.org/
Engineering for Kids: Junior Chemical (ages 4-7)
The Junior Chemical Engineering classes introduce our youngest engineers to fundamental concepts of solids, liquids, and solutions. Students investigate the properties of several crazy concoctions and make their own
samples of bubbles, play dough, slime, and more.
Saturday, October 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2018
Community League Members (any league): $80
12 participants max (6 minimum to run the class)
Bubble Bliss– Students will explore properties of a liquid during this
Bouncing Bubbles lesson. They will experiment concocting two different
bubble solutions to determine which one produces stronger bubbles.
Foaming Fun – Foam can have properties of both a liquid and solid. During
this lesson, students will create and investigate different solutions of
foam and analyze their properties. Prepare to make a mess!
Secret Inkers – Chemical reactions are cool, but when you have certain
chemical reactions you can create some really mysterious designs. In this
class, students explore how acids and bases react and use what they’ve
learned to write their own secret messages.
Presto-Chango Dough – Students will have the opportunity to make their own
play dough using simple household materials. Students will learn how
different materials react chemically and how they can change the physical
properties of their Presto-Chango Dough!
Playful Polymers – In this activity, students will be able to manipulate
the material properties of glue. By combing glue with different solutions,
students can explore the processes needed to create new materials. Can students
turn glue into Play-Doh, slime, or bouncy balls?
Ice Cream Factory – During this activity students will explore the freezing
processes of ice cream. After their first batch, students will manipulate
the process to see if they can reduce freezing time. Students will have
multiple chances to improve the properties of the ice cream.
Engineering for Kids: Robotics 101 (7-14)
Robotics 101 program is designed to introduce students to both robot building as well as programming. The students will build robots to accomplish a specific task while using their imagination to make their robot better than the basic robot. During the class, students will discover the Engineering Design Process in a real-world setting as they test their
robots multiple times.
Saturday, October 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th
Robotics 101 – $110 for members (any league), $130 for non-members
– 14 participants max (6 required to run the class)
Please register at https://knottwoodcommunity.ca/event/engineering-for-kids-robotics-1017-14/.
Robot Intelligence–During the first lesson students will build their
robots. Students will also discover that robots have to be programmed and a
robot does not work as soon as it is built.
Arm Flexing–By the time students have reached the Arm Flexing lesson,
they have a solid understanding of the mechanics of both the programming
and build of the robots. Students will be challenged to program their robot
to drive to a ping-pong ball and hit the ball with an arm. The students
will be competing against one another to get the ping-pong ball the
Line Follow–The Line Following lesson will introduce students to a new
light sensor and build upon what they learned in Bouncing Off the Walls.
With the light sensor, their robot will be able to differentiate between
light and dark and navigate its way around a track.
Sumobots–The students will be challenged with building battle robots to
push the opponent’s robot outside of the Sumo Ring. Students will need to
use what they learned from prior lessons to make a robot that is very
stable, utilizes sensors, and maybe even an arm for flipping
Introduction to Community Walking
The Community League Walking Program offers a convenient, low risk, and affordable form of physical activity for community league members in their neighbourhoods. To grow regular and urban pole walking programs across the city, the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL) is offering leadership training for members interested in starting or assisting with a program in their community.
Community league members registered in this training session will become certified Urban Poling instructors for their community and learn about topics such as urban pole technique, risk management, and route planning. Members will be provided a program manual and resource guide developed by the EFCL, intended to help leaders plan, deliver, evaluate, and sustain a program in their communities.
Please note that you must be a current community league member to register. Spots will be prioritized for community league members who plan to lead a walking program in their community. Community league members who simply want to learn more about the walking program will only be able to attend if the session is not filled. To read more about the program, please visit the EFCL website.
Elite Dance Studio is coming to Knottwood!
Join us on Monday evenings for an adult hip hop class that is close to home.
Learn basic hip hop moves and a variety of styles incorporated into a fun energetic class. No experience necessary. Open to adults 18yo+
- Classes are a mixture of beginner and intermediate levels.
- Very experienced teacher gets everyone comfortable teaching isolation, locking, popping and some other styles, including elements of breakdancing.
Monday, October 15 to December 10 (8-weeks)
8 to 9 p.m.
Knottwood Community Hall
Community League Members (any league): $80
We need a minimum of 7 participants registered by September 19 for the class to run, so please register early.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terrarium and Wine Night
Stay up to date on community driven events at https://knottwoodcommunity.ca/
Community Free Swim at Millwoods Rec Center
Saturdays commencing September 8, 2018 to August 31, 2019 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Swimming for closure from January 4 to April 26 to be at the Meadows Rec Centre on Fridays from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Community membership is required.
Leefield has a monthly bingo which is held at Caesar’s Palace in West Edmonton Mall. By working our bingos you can earn valuable community points which can be used for community sports programs, Leefield programs and events or Leefield memberhip fees. If you are interested in working at any of our bingos, call 780-463-2456.
Free Outdoor Movie Night – Incredibles 2!
Movie starts at dusk. Everyone welcome! Cash concession on site. If weather is poor, movie will be moved indoors for the first 250 attendees.
Free Community Thanksgiving Dinner – Rotary Club of Edmonton Southeast
Join the Rotary Club of Edmonton Southeast for their 26th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner! October 8 from 11:30 am – 4:00 pm at the Leefield Hall!
Scrapbooking Crop Weekend! Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Includes meals, make & take project and your own table
Bring your projects and concentrate on getting lots done in the company of good friends and neighbours!
(Recurring event on Nov 16-18, Jan 25-27, Mar 22-24, Apr 26-29 & May 24-26)
Leefield 45’s Anniversary Pub Night
8 pm; Games, drinks, snacks & fun!
Preteen Dance (10-12 year olds)
$10 at the door – children must be checked in by a responsible parent. Includes pop, chips and entry into door prizes. Chaperones needed – if you volunteer your child gets in free! Cash concession on site
Painting with Cindy Ohama
Friday October 19, 2018: 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Saturday October 20, 2018: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
FREE INDOOR SWIMMING
SEPTEMBER LONG WEEKEND to MAY LONG WEEKEND
Millhurst Community League will reimburse up to $30.00 per month for swimming at the Millwoods Recreational Centre and the Meadows Community Recreational Centre to a Millhurst Community card holding members. These privileges are reviewed at each General Meeting and may change as we work with the city to develop a program best suited for our members. You must live in the Sakaw or Meyokumin neighbourhood to have a Millhurst membership and enjoy these swimming privileges.
The following is how to recieve this benefit.
Step 1: Complete form.
Step 2: Place form and receipts in an envelope and place in the mailbox at the Millhurst Hall (5811 19A Ave) by the first Tuesday of the month.
Step 3: Pick up your cheque at the Millhurst Hall (5811 19A Ave) on the second Tuesday of the month at our executive meetings or submit with a self addressed stamped envelope to be mailed to your home.
With a community membership you will get skate tags to allow you to skate for FREE at community outdoor rinks and Mill Woods Rec Center.
Stay up to date on community driven events at http://www.millhurst.ca/
3 for 2 Programs!
Sign up for any 2 programs and get your 3rd one free! Check out our Programs page or contact email@example.com for more info!
Park Redevelopment / Community Needs Assessment
The North Millbourne Community League is initiating an Needs Assessment inquiry to decide whether or not to move forward in applying for funding to renovate the Playground next to the Hall (with the possible addition of a water amenity). The input from this survey will be taken into consideration in the development of a park renewal master plan.
Please fill out our super short survey HERE
Stay up to date on community driven events at http://www.nmclinfo.com/
Fit for Life
Full House! We are taking no new members for now.
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS 9 – 10 AM
Move to the oldies in this mixed-level class offering exercise for every body! The workout includes components of cardio, strength training, balance and flexibility for a well-rounded one-hour workout!
For more information contact Lynn Lindsay:
Yoga – Every Wednesday
7:15 – 8:30 P.M
Join Kristal for a weekly yoga class at Ritchie Hall. All you need is a yoga mat (mats are available or bring your own) and some comfortable clothing. We look forward to seeing you there! For additional information, contact Kristal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
$10 drop-in (with membership)
$12 (without membership)
$40 for 5 classes
MONDAYS 7 – 8PM
$10 drop-in members/$12 drop-in non-members
First class FREE for Ritchie members!!
Members buy a 9 class punch card…get 10th class FREE!!
EVERYBODY AND EVERY BODY! EACH ZUMBA® CLASS IS DESIGNED TO BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER TO SWEAT IT ON.
HOW IT WORKS:
We take the “work” out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you’ll see why Zumba® Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise. Super effective? Check. Super fun? Check and check.
No dance experience necessary, all levels of fitness welcome! Just come out and have some fun! Please bring indoor shoes and a water bottle.
A total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class.
More questions? Email Margareta Jesse (email@example.com).
Drop-ins are welcome. Fees apply.
NEW for Ritchie members!
Take any/all classes taught by Margareta for $50/month!
Yoshinkan Karate for Families
Ritchie Community League Hall is home to a Karate school that provides lessons for adults, children (age 7+) and families.
Everyone is encouraged to come and try TWO FREE classes at any time.
Classes run from September to June on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
Classes are taught by certified Black Belt instructors and focus on fitness, self-defense and fun in a safe and social atmosphere providing our members with a place to develop their bodies, minds and spirits while learning traditional Karate.
New students are always welcome. Also, see our website or ask about our discount for Ritchie Community League Members!.
First classes back Monday, September 10th
Mondays – 6:15 – 6:45 pm (no class on holidays)
Ritchie Bridge Club
A local Edmonton community club with a passion for Bridge!
It runs every Friday afternoon (except for holidays).
Up to 25 tables.
Just $3 per person.
This fee includes Bridge (of course), cookies, and coffee. Who could disagree with all that!
Doors open 11 a.m – games start at 12 noon
EVERY SECOND WEDNESDAY 6 – 9 p.m.
For more information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: some fees apply
RCL Preschool Playgroup
Pre-school play group at Ritchie Hall will resume in the fall.
The (free!) pre-school play group at Ritchie Hall happens on Wednesdays from 10 a.m.- 12p.m.
Bring your children between the ages of 0-5 years to the Ritchie Community League to meet and hang out with other Ritchie parents, have your kids play together, and enjoy complimentary coffee and snacks as well!
For more information contact Stephanie at:
Home School Playgroup
EVERY SECOND TUESDAY 1-3 PM
We are on vacation but please join us in September
The playgroup is for school-aged kids and their younger siblings. Activities include: Lego challenges, free play, drama performances for parents, active games, as well as arts and crafts with our other homeschooled buddies. Homeschoolers from neighbouring communities are also welcome! Email email@example.com for more
Ritchie Cribbage Club
Twin Parks hosts an annual event Winter Carnival within our community. Consisting of, Hotdog Lunch, hot chocolate, winter activities, family orientated games and winter sleigh ride. All activities are at no cost to all those that attend. Stay tuned for more info.
Stay up to date on community driven events at http://twinparks.ca/
WOODVALE COMMUNITY LEAGUE BINGO SCHEDULE
FOR SEPTEMBER 1, 2018 TO AUGUST 31, 2019
Sep. 1, 2018 – Saturday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Sep. 23, 2018 – Sunday Daytime – 10:30 – 4:00 pm
Oct. 3, 2018 – Wednesday Daytime – 10:30 – 4:00 pm
Nov. 5, 2018 – Monday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Dec. 5, 2018 – Wednesday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Jan. 8, 2019 – Tuesday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Feb. 1, 2019 – Friday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Feb. 23, 2019 – Saturday Daytime – 10:30 – 4:00 pm
Mar. 5, 2019 – Tuesday Daytime – 10:30 – 4:00 pm
Mar. 27, 2019 – Wednesday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Apr. 13, 2019 – Saturday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Apr. 24, 2019 – Wednesday Daytime – 10:30 – 4:00 pm
May. 14, 2019 – Tuesday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Jun. 3, 2019 – Monday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Jun. 18, 2019 – Tuesday Daytime – 10:30 – 4:00 pm
Jul. 11, 2019 – Thursday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Jul. 28, 2019 – Sunday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Aug. 17, 2019 – Saturday Day – 10:30 – 4:00 pm
Aug. 27, 2019 – Tuesday Evening/LN – 4:30 – 12:00 pm
Hatha Yoga Class
Starting Monday October 1 2018
A Hatha Yoga class will be held in the Woodvale Activity Centre beginning on Monday October 1 2018 for four weeks. The last class will be on Monday October 29 2018. There is no class on Thanksgiving Day on Monday October 8. All classes run from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The registration fee is $28.00 For more information or to register please call Rosemarie at 780 450 3270.
Additional Benefits for Woodvale Community League Members!
Great news for our community league members. You now have THREE additional ways to save with your
• Edmonton Tool Library: free access to library; website: edmontontoollibrary.ca
o Located in Bellevue Community Hall (7308 112 Avenue NW); hours 1 pm – 5 PM Saturdays
o Over 300 items of equipment in inventory; you can borrow up to 8 tools at a time.
o Tools loaned free of charge for a week at a time and time-period can be extended. No deposit required. There are no additional fees for tools (unless you bring it back late or broken).
o Woodvale Community League members show current community league membership card and sign paperwork waiver when loaning equipment that is at own risk and to return equipment by time periods set out and in good shape or can be charged additional fees. The Community League is NOT responsible for individuals that loan equipment.
• Cloverdale Paint: show your Community league membership card and mention Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues and receive wholesale pricing at any Edmonton Cloverdale Paint location.
• University of Alberta:
o receive a 25% discount on Microsoft and Adobe courses through the U of A’s Technology Training Centre
o receive a 10% discount on printing services through Campus Design and Print Solutions
o receive a 10% discount at U of A bookstore (excluding textbooks)