Posts Categorized: SCL

Survey: Opinion Redevelopment in Old Strathcona

Posted by & filed under Development Projects Strathcona, SCL.

The Strathcona Centre Community League is asking for your opinion about the current new developments in Strathcona: PlanWhyte, Southpark Development and Bateman’s Wild Earth Café.   Survey of community preferences for redevelopment in Old Strathcona The Strathcona Centre Community League (SCCL) is conducting a short (15 minutes) survey seeking your input on quality of life impacts… Read more »

Sidewalk sand available at the hall

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Good news – the City has reversed their decision to eliminate community sandboxes, and has re-installed our sandbox.  It’s on the west side of the garbage dumpster (used to be on the east side), right next to the hall (10139 87 Ave).  Bring a bucket and fill up if you’d like some sand to spread… Read more »

Fitness skate – Sun 10-11am; Family Pub Night – Fri 5pm

Posted by & filed under Programs, SCL, Social.

Come out for our new Fitness Skate 10:00 to 11:00 Sunday mornings. Have a coffee and a lap skate around the big rink. Fourteen laps is approximately a mile. A Community League membership is required – memberships will be available on-site. – kids allowed on the small rink only during this time *********************************************************** Pub night is… Read more »

Fitness Skate Sunday 10 am to 11 am

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Fitness Skate 10:00 to 11:00 Sunday mornings Come out for a coffee and a lap skate around the big rink. Fourteen laps is approximately a mile. A Community League membership is required – memberships will be available on-site. – at times the rink may be closed due to cold weather or melting ice. When that… Read more »

Neighbourhood Liaison Committee

Posted by & filed under Neighbourhood, SCL.

The Strathcona Community League is seeking volunteers to be part of The Neighbourhood Liaison Committee We live in a very busy community that experiences influx of visitors through our many festivals and neighbourhood events. The goal of the Neighbourhood Liaison Committee committee is to work with stakeholders to develop a Good Neighbour policy. We want… Read more »

Plan Whyte

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Edmonton city council postponed the South Park on Whyte development decision in order to hear more details on Plan Whyte work done to date. Plan Whyte is a City initiated a land use study for the Whyte Avenue Commercial Area portion of the Strathcona Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP). The goal of Plan Whyte is to… Read more »

Winterfest Sun Feb 26th – volunteers and mac and cheese cooks needed!

Posted by & filed under Community Events or Classes, Neighbourhood, SCL.

Do you have a great old time mac and cheese recipe?  Or a creative new one?  Enter mac and cheese cook off and you might win one of our many great prizes!  Volunteers also needed to help out with the event or before-hand (see below).  The annual Winterfest is Sunday, Feb 26th, 2:00 to 5:00… Read more »

Increased Discount at City of Edmonton Sport Facilities

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The City of Edmonton has increased the discount available to community league members,  from 10% to 20%, through the Community League Wellness program.  This means community league members purchasing an annual or monthly pass at any City of Edmonton Recreational facility,  can get everyone in the family a 20% discount.  And 15% discount on the… Read more »

William Shakespeare’s HENRY V – Grindstone theatre and Malachite theatre

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“Utterly brilliant in conception and performance” British Theatre Guide “A top achievement” The Stage “Remarkable” The Times “Terrific” James Shapiro “Brilliant” South London Press “Extremely impressive and highly creative” London Theatre Guide “Malachite Theatre is giving the RSC a run for its money!” Live Theatre   On the morning of October 25th 1415, a small… Read more »