Aldergrove Community League
8535 - 182 Street
Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 1X1
Monday - Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Thursday - Sunday - CLOSED
Office Phone: (780) 481-1588
Childcare Phone: (780) 481-9153
Fax: (780) 489-6283
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Community League Meetings
Aldergrove's executive meeting will be held on:
Second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m.
(except December, July and August)
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
Please call Connie at 780-481-1588
Memberships for a family (any size ) are $35.00 per year
and are valid from September 1 to August 31.
For more information please click here.
Seniors Assisted Transportation Society
SATS provides safe and affordable volunteer transportation to low-income seniors.
For more information please call:
(780) 732-1221 or visit www.satsofedmonton.org
- City of Edmonton
- Edmonton 311
- Edmonton Police
- Edmonton Events for Children and Family
- Youth Programs - City of Edmonton
- Senior Programs - City of Edmonton
- Neighbourhood Watch
- Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues
- Discover Edmonton
- Electronic Recycling Association
SHARON DAUBERT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
Aldergrove Community League each year awards scholarships to two students who reside in the Aldergrove area and are pursuing a post secondary education. These students must be 21 years of age or younger. The scholarships are worth $500.00 each and are
presented in the fall.
A letter of application is to be submitted to the Executive at the Community League office by October 5, 2021 responding to the following criteria:
a) Academic achievement
b) Aldergrove Community involvement
c) Good Character
d) School activity involvement
The applicant’s name, address and phone number should be included in the letter of application. The Applicants OFFICIAL transcript and copy of a letter of acceptance to a post secondary institution (University, College or Technical) should be forwarded to the Community League Office by October 5, 2021. The applicant must have parents who reside in Aldergrove and are members of the Aldergrove Community League in good standing for 2 years.
Current News & Events
Side By Side Campaign
The City's newest Vision Zero educational campaign, Side By Side campaign celebrates all the ways Edmontonians move around our streets and seeks to positively influence attitudes and behaviours around travelling safely together. Over the coming weeks and months, the City will introduce educational resources that highlight ways to keep each other safe on the street.
First up, the focus will be to increase understanding and awareness of the Safe Passing Distance Bylaw that came into effect last September.
When we support active transportation like biking and walking, we reduce vehicles and traffic congestion on our streets and support physical activity. This makes Edmonton better for everyone.
Currently, some Edmontonians don’t feel safe when biking, walking, and rolling around Edmonton. We want to help Edmontonians travel safely together.
Edmonton’s Safe Passing Distance Bylaw provides clear guidance for how much room people driving need to leave to safely pass people biking on the street. Passing at a safe distance helps make sure everyone gets to their destination incident-free.
Four things to keep in mind when passing people cycling and scooting on the street:
Get involved and learn more using the following resources:
The Callingwood Farmers’ Market season has started! We’re proud to say we’ve been in operation for 38 years and have some of the most amazing vendors in the city, offering everything from locally grown produce and meat to hand-crafted clothing and woodwork. The Sunday markets run from 10am-3pm and the mini-Wednesday Markets run from 12pm-4pm. This year, we have brought back the community book swap on Wednesday’s - bring a book, take a book!
We hope that you will share the news with everyone and watch our Facebook and website for special events such as this week’s Spring Planter workshop.
We are looking for youths aged 17 to 19 years of age who are interested in learning about and growing food in a community garden. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Connie at the hall at 780-481-1588.
Community Swim is Back On For the Summer!
Starting: April 3 from 4-6 pm
At Jasper place pool: 9200-163 street.
Show your membership card.
Volunteer opportunities for "Aldergrove Community League" are now open.
Please click on the following web link (or copy it into your web browser if clicking doesn't work) to go to the signup sheet: volunteersignup.org/4ARAC
To sign up, just follow the instructions on the page. It only takes a few seconds to do.
Thank you for volunteering!
You will need to create an account to register.
Please see the new "Civic Affairs" section for news on the LRT construction project.
AHS Emergency Medical Services has provided the following information on heat related illnesses and backyard play safety.
As hospitals resume procedures that were put on hold for COVID-19, we are adding more blood donation appointments to meet patient needs and we need to fill every available appointment."
Book now at: https://www.blood.ca/en
Scan QR code below for ease of booking:
Kids On Track is a Christian non-profit located in West Edmonton. We are a community building organization that provides hope, direction, and ongoing support for children, youth, and their parents. Educational, social, and recreational elements are combined to deliver well-rounded programs. We cultivate relationships with participants encouraging character and leadership development, social skills, and a healthy lifestyle. We strive to support families that have limited opportunities due to various challenges.
Traditionally, Kids On Track has been able to offer day-camps for children all summer long. This summer we have sadly had to suspend the day camp program but we began looking at what we CAN do. So, our Active Families program is EXPANDING! This is a chance for parents to get active and get creative WITH their children, fostering a stronger family relationship through shared experiences. We will be offering four activity slots per week M-Th as well as two Saturdays a month. There's something for everyone!
Activities like container gardening, nature games, bike days, craft days, and creative outside games will all be a part of the summer. We will provide all equipment and supplies. We will align with all the guidelines provided from the province of Alberta including social distancing.
We know that these last few months have been rough on teenagers. Their mental health has taken a hit as well as their activity levels. We are excited to announce that the Shift Youth program will be offering outdoor recreation activities four days a week M-Th, with a morning time slot and an afternoon time slot.
Activities like bubble soccer, giant games, and high ropes are just a couple of the amazing activities our team has planned. The team is working hard to ensure that all activities will align with the guidelines provided from the province of Alberta including social distancing.
Would you like to be part of a Community garden? If interested please call Connie
YMCA has recently launched “YMCA at Home”.
YMCA at Home is FREE for everyone and is a virtual YMCA connecting people to at-home workouts, children’s programs and physical activity, and personal wellness resources.
You can learn more on our YMCA at Home website: www.ymcahome.ca and on our social media pages: www.facebook.com/ymcahome and www.instagram.com/ymcahome
8 week fitness program for seniors
Produced by the Westend Seniors Activity Center. There are videos for each of the exercises with clear instructions on how to do each exercise. PLUS, there will be a PDF for those seniors that are not online, don't have facebook, etc.
1. There have been some emails and letters going around the neighborhood about an app called NEXTDOOR.ca. This app is not connected to the Community League at all.
Stormwater Facilities have become popular recreation hotspots in Edmonton and this is not good practice. These facilities have a job to do; they are an important part of the stormwater drainage infrastructure in the city and help prevent flooding during severe weather events and by collecting run off from city streets. Water moves through these facilities throughout the year creating instability and when combined with the substances that are washed into the facility from the streets they become dangerous. Recreation on these facilities is prohibited, although it is not widely recognized. Families should find safe winter recreation alternatives. EPCOR has compiled a list of safe skating sites in Edmonton, which can be searched on our website at epcor.com/safe-rinks.
Grove City Chorus - Acapella
Thursday's from 8 to 10 p.m.
All male acapella group practices at the community league. They are looking for new singers. Please contact Connie at 780-481-1588 if interested.
OUT OF SCHOOL CARE DONATIONS
We are a not for profit run Out of School Care facility. We would appreciate donations of empty pop bottles, toys, books & games in good condition (and all game pieces included), as well as paper & craft supplies. We also collect pop tabs in partnership with Ronald McDonald House. Cash donation also accepted.