Posts Categorized: Programs

Call For Artists

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It’s that time of year again! MLA Rachel Notley is seeking artists for “Art from the Unknown” 2013. This free event provides a no-cost gallery space to new and emerging artists in our community. A new and emerging artist is defined as any artist, regardless of skill level, whose primary income does not come from… Read more »

Strathcona Centre’s annual fall Arts BBQ

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Once again Strathcona Community League is hosting an annual potluck BBQ outside the hall (we’ll move inside if it’s raining).  The Community League provides burgers/dogs/veggie dogs and drinks, and you can provide a pot luck dish to share (bring your own cutlery and plate too).  It’s a great way to chat with old friends and meet… Read more »

Free Swimming for Summer

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Everyone with a community league membership can swim for free at Edmonton’s outdoor pools this summer. Membership allows you to swim for free at the following pools during specified times: Mill Creek (Sunday through Saturday, 7-9 PM, from May 23 to Sept 18) Queen Elizabeth (Sunday through Wednesday, 5-7 PM, from May 23 to Sept… Read more »

Keep our schools viable

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We all know our schools are important to our community. It is there that we meet our neighbours who have become our good friends. The school playground is where our kids mix and mingle and learn to get along with each other. It’s often where the playschool and the daycare – those VIPs who are… Read more »

Learn to skate programs announced

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Edmonton Community Services is offering learn-to-skate programs for preschool and school-age children at the Strathcona Community League rink.   Lessons take place outside and will be cancelled due to adverse weather conditions. Courses are 6 weeks minimum with two make-up sessions scheduled March 10 & and March 17 in case of inclement weather (below -20 degrees Celsius). In… Read more »