Posts Tagged: edmonton pride

Board Meeting Agenda – Monday, May 9

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Is it the second Monday of the month already? Seems like we just had one of these board meetings… A couple of interesting things to note for the meeting, Monday, May 9 at 7pm at our community hall (10139 87 Avenue), including discussing our rental agreement with the Edmonton Pride Festival for their events in… Read more »

Next Board Meeting: Monday, June 8

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Happy Pride everyone! We’ll be following up all the fun and excitement of Edmonton Pride’s festival and parade this weekend with our last regular board meeting before summer. At our board meeting Monday night, we are scheduled to discuss: our 2015-2016 budget a summer movie night outside of our hall an update on the 2015… Read more »

Edmonton Pride Festival 2015 in Old Strathcona

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Edmonton Pride’s festival and parade are in Old Strathcona this year, returning to where it all started 35 years ago! We’ll be welcoming tens of thousands of people to our neighbourhood to celebrate inclusion and diversity the first weekend of June. The festival begins Saturday, June 6 and the festivities run through the month of… Read more »

Next Board Meeting: Monday, May 11

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Hello neighbours, after enjoying the community festivities this Saturday on 99 Street and in Tubby Bateman Park, you are also invited to our next board meeting, Monday, May 11 at 7pm in the Strathcona Community Hall. Admittedly, it will be a little less fun than the weekend parties. Among the agenda highlights: Our draft agreement… Read more »

Pride Festival in Old Strathcona

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The Edmonton Pride Festival is coming home to the south-side in 2015. After many years downtown, the festival and parade will return to the south side of the river, where everything began 35 years ago. One of the reasons this is occurring is the festival’s need for more space than Churchill Square can offer. Another… Read more »