Other Community Programs
Indoor Fitness - Winter Session
Free Drop-In Recreation Program offered by the City of Edmonton and sponsored, in part, by HPCL
Ages 6 - 12 are welcome (5 and under must be accompanied by parent/guardian)
Games, sports, crafts, music, drama, and special events
October 15 to November 10, 2016
Tuesday & Thursday
3:30 - 6:00 PM
Chappelle - 1137 Chappelle BLVD SW
Do you love gardening? Are you interested in harvesting food, building community, improving health and environmental stewardship?
Please contact: Rhiannon at email@example.com
The Southwest Seniors Outreach Society is looking for singers to join their wonderful choir. The society practices Tuesday afternoons from 12:45 -3 p.m. at 10832 – 62 Avenue (basement of St. Agnes Church). The society performs at various locations throughout the year, including long term care facilities, other senior organizations, etc. If you like to sing and have fun, the society would very much like to welcome you!
Southwest Seniors also offers other programming/services: clogging, community dance, yoga, weekly luncheons followed by entertainment, bus trips and miscellaneous programming. For more information, please call 780-435-9515.
The Green & Gold Community garden, on the University of Alberta South Campus, is an initiative of the University’s School of Public Health and Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences. Volunteers manage the garden and all of their time, and most of the seeds, plants and equipment used are donated.
All are welcome to volunteer at the garden or to come to the garden markets when they open (in late June or early July).
The vegetables, herbs and flowers are all “spray-free” (no pesticides or artificial fertilizers are used). Anyone is welcome to ‘purchase’ their vegetables at the garden market. Every penny of donations goes to the Tubahumurize Association, a non-profit organization in Rwanda that provides socially and economically marginalized women with vocational training, counselling, life-skills coaching, health care education, and opportunities for sustainable income generating activities.
If you would like to receive the garden e-mails this summer (these let you know what produce is available at the garden that week and the market hours ) please sign up to our garden listserv at:
Community League members are offered two free indoor swimming timeslots! Be sure to bring your current membership card with you and arrive early, as the pools can fill up. Only household members should attend please.
- Saturdays from 3-5pm at William Lutzky YMCA
- Sundays from 5-7pm at Terwillegar Recreation Centre - *NOTE* - this pool is closed September 6 - October 31, 2016. The alternate location/time is: Mill Woods Rec Centre - 7207 28 Ave - Saturday - 2:00 - 3:30 PM.
Reminder- You will need to present your HPCL membership card to gain access to the facilities.
Members have access and skating privileges at EVERY community league operated outdoor skating rink in the city, in accordance with that rinks capacity and programming. You just need to wear the skate tags that come with your HPCL membership when you skate. For more information on the outdoor skating rink policy, see this letter.
Did you know HPCL members have access to Allard Rink?
The rink can be booked year-round, either for a single use or on a recurring basis.
It is available for hockey team rentals in the winter, Monday - Friday during two time slots: 5-6pm and 8-9pm.
Also for private bookings in the winter (birthdays, etc.) on Saturdays from 9am - noon.
We currently do not have Parent and Tot Playgroup. We are looking for a volunteer to start up the group again, which used to meet at the Blue Quill Community Hall. If you are interested, please contact the HPCL President (President) for more information.
Did you know that your community league will provide some financial support for planning a block party? For more information please contact the HPCL Treasurer. The City of Edmonton has great resources for planning a block party on their website.
Bootcamp Class photo - 2015
8 - 9 AM Saturdays from Jan 14 to Apr 29 (no classes on Feb 18 and Apr 1)
Twin Brooks Community Hall
Our instructor is Krysta Forrest.
Krysta is a fitness coach with a passion for active living who believes in improving fitness to improve overall quality of life. Krysta holds a Bachelor of Physical Education (U of A) and numerous fitness certifications and credentials. Classes are for adults (18 years+) and all fitness levels. Krysta will lead you through a program that includes interval training with weights for a total body workout.
$140 for all 14 classes (due Jan 14) or
$12 drop-in (payable at each class)
To register visit:https://goo.gl/forms/fJOIgdbwGwkcPKL53