INFANT MASSAGE CLASSES are wonderful for parents/caregivers with infants birth- 12 months. Parents/caregivers will learn the theory & practice of infant massage teaching relaxation for both parent & baby, routines to help baby sleep better, routines for relief of gas & symptoms of colic & have opportunities to talk about parenting issues/challenges!
Instructor: Paula has 21 yrs. experience working with children & families. Paula was first introduced to the art of infant massage after the birth of her first child & followed up with workshops in Toronto, Ontario. Paula took a position at St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario where she became Program Coordinator for the Family Resource Centre. Here, she received her Infant Massage Instructor Certification, became certified in Early Childhood Education, a certified Parent Educator and taught courses in Early Childhood Education. Paula recently received her Certification as an Infant Massage Instructor/Trainer, first in Alberta, August 2013.
Strathcona Centre Community League 10139 – 87 Ave (second floor, carpeted room)
New Year special 1st week FREE, Tuesdays 9- 11:30 am or 12:30 – 2:00 pm
February 11, 18, 25, March 4, 11. OR
Thursdays 9-11:30 am or 12:30 – 2:00 pm- February 13, 20, 27, March 6, 13.
$80.00 for 5 weeks, includes materials & massage oil.
If you would like more information about the Infant Massage classes offered at the community hall in February, instructor Paula Drew has provided the following link:
We want recipes from you, your parents, grandparents and great grandparents that reflect your community either now or in the past. Tim Marriott, local historical presenter and Clare Mullen, writer and filmmaker are writing a cookbook based on Edmonton communities. Community leagues have always been a place where people and cultures come together and celebrate with food. We presume that as Edmonton became more diverse a greater diversity of menu items has shown up in these celebrations.
We are specifically looking for recipes that you feel represent your family or your neighborhood. If you do not have any recipes, we are hoping you will share memories or photographs of times when your family or neighbors gathered together.
Please submit your recipes, stories or photographs to:
This month pub night will start early – so if you want to combine it with the Friday Fun Skate you can.
- Friday, Jan 17th
- Starting at 5pm
- Hot dogs in the lounge
- Come and skate (weather permitting) – or just stop by for a beer/pop/hotdog
- 10139 – 87 Avenue
- This is a family-friendly event – but you don’t need to come as a family! All ages welcome. (come around 8 if you want to miss the fun and noise of the kids).
(Family Fun Skate is every Friday – 3:30 to 9:00 – hot chocolate provided from 3:30 till 6:00).
Every Friday, the big rink is open for skating (no sticks or pucks) from 3:30 till 9:00pm. Come by yourself, or bring the whole family!
Free hot chocolate from 3:30 till 6:00.
(rink closed at -23 degrees with wind chill)
Would you like to learn how to lead outdoor activities for your next community event? City of Edmonton staff will teach you how to facilitate parachute games, relay races, active games, bannock making, snow painting, and snowshoeing using our equipment in a safe and enjoyable environment.
Check this link for details on the enjoyable event held annually just down the block.
The 11th annual Ice on Whyte festival is back at End of Steel and Strathcona Parks this winter, January 24 – February 2.
The Strathcona Centre Community League is pleased to partner with Ice on Whyte, allowing the festival to program and utilize most of our community hall during the festival. The skate change area on the main floor of the hall, and our hockey rink, remain open to community league members throughout the duration. (more…)
Linda Duncan, Member of Parliament for Edmonton-Strathcona, invites you to a town hall meeting
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Arts Barns, 10330 – 84 Avenue
Come with your questions and concerns