STRATHCONA IS GETTING A FACELIFT
Strathcona’s neighbourhood renewal has begun! The neighbourhood’s aging road surfaces, sidewalks and light standards are scheduled to be replaced in 2019, excluding arterial roads or alleys. Other opportunities to improve parks and public spaces will also be explored. Get involved and share your vision for the future of Strathcona—ensure the ultimate plan reflects a safe and healthy neighbourhood, accessible to all.
Do you live, work or play in Strathcona? We want to hear from you. Start by completing the survey of the City of Edmonton before February 19, 2018.
Link to survey: http://edmonton.ca/buildingstrathcona
2018 outdoor soccer registration for Strathcona community members will take place at the Hazledean Community Hall (9630 66Ave) on February 24, 2018 between 10 am and 2pm. See instructions below, please register online and print your form prior to coming. If you can’t make the session, there will likely be a late registration day.
Please note that there are new age groups for the 2018 Outdoor season, they have switch to odd number groups starting at U5. You can find more information here, including the fees per age group:
*** IMPORTANT NOTE: If your address has changed since you last registered in our soccer system, please contact the ESESA Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org) before registering.
To Register (U7-U19): (more…)
- Come and have a skate, enjoy a beer and a warm hot dog.
- 5pm, at the SCCL Skating Rinks– 10139 87 Ave (use south door)
- a league membership is required – available on-site if you need one ($20/family, $15/single, $5/senior)
Phase 1 of our study has concluded and we are sharing the preferred LRT route. This new route is part of City Council’s 2009 long-term LRT Network Plan to create seamless or one transfer connections via LRT and/or bus to all quadrants of the City.
Now is your chance to comment on the preferred route and help determine future stop locations.
You can view the preferred route online at edmonton.ca/centrelrtstudy and at our public engagement events.
Online survey available until March 16, 2018.
For more information visit: edmonton.ca/centrelrtstudy
5 – 6:30pm
Strathcona EPL | 8331 104 St
Join a sleigh ride or put your skates on and enjoy some warm food & hot chocolate at the SCCL annual Winterfest. The winterfest will be held Sunday, Feb 25th, from 2-5pm at the Strathcona Centre Community Hall – 10139 87 Ave.
Join us as volunteer!
Do you like a BBQ ? Or have some great ideas about carnival? We are still looking for volunteers to make a great Winterfest:
* 1:00 p.m. | 4 volunteers | Set Up
* 2 Kitchen and BBQ volunteers per shifts | 1:30 – 3:00 p.m., 2:00-3:00 p.m., 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. and 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
* 2 Head BBQ volunteers per shift| 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. and 4:00-5:00 p.m.
* 2 volunteers for membership table
* 1 volunteer as Carnival games supervisor
* 1 Carnival games helper early shift (1:30 – 3:00 p.m.)
* 1 Carnival games helper late shift (3:00 – 4:30 p.m.)
* Cook-off organizer and helpers (this takes a lot of time to organize and set up the prizes). This would require 4 to 6 people
* Clean up after event – 4 volunteers
Help us to make Winterfest a great event for our community this year!
If you can help, or wish to enter the cook-off, contact: Melissa Conlon at email@example.com
The South East Edmonton Early Childhood Coalition (SEEECCC ) is offering:
EDI DATA SHARING SESSIONS – Wed, March 7 at 1pm and Mon, March 12 at 7pm
ALL ARE WELCOME!
Parents, educators, childcare professionals, community members, and anyone interested in the early years are invited to the SE Edmonton EDI Sharing Session on
Wednesday, March 7 from 1–3pm or
Monday, March 12 7 – 9pm
at St. Anthony’s Centre (10425 – 84 Ave).
It is well known that our early childhood experiences influence health, well-being, learning and behavior for the rest of our lives. Although families play a crucial role in the type of experiences young children have, the community also plays an important role in helping families ensure that these experiences support healthy early child development.
Are you concerned about the construction of the house in the Mill Creek Ravine? Do you have arguments against the ravine house?
Join the meeting
The League’s Civics and Planning Committee is holding a meeting in the Lounge of the Strathcona Community League Hall, 10139 87th Avenue, at 7pm, on Monday, February 5 to plan our presentation to the SDAB about the ravine house.
It would be great if you could join us.
Please bring your arguments. If you have any documents, photos, diagrams or maps that you think the Appeal Board should see, please bring them as well.
Skating, Wine and Art
Starting February 1, 2018
Glide forward into the month of February and try something new! Come to the big rink for an evening skate. Enjoy a glass of wine at our league’s pub night prices and participate in an arts or crafts activity in the concession area. The weekly drop-in program for adults will run until early March, depending on the ice condition. It is a great opportunity to meet other people in our community. The rink will be closed when the temperature, including wind chill, is -23 C or colder. Host: Jan Black Stewart. For more information, call 780-432-0577.