Kid’s Soccer Kick-off

It may still be winter in Edmonton, but it is never too early to start thinking about summer activities for the kids. The Inglewood Community League has partnered with the Edmonton West Zone Soccer Association (EWSA) to launch kids’ soccer in Inglewood as part of Edmonton’s community soccer program for 2018. Please check this site …Continue reading "Kid’s Soccer Kick-off"

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Community Options’ Annual Festive Meal

Seatings 4:30, 5:30 & 6:30 pm Inglewood Hall 12525 – 116 Ave Free tickets available by calling 780 455-1818 Tickets also at : Community Options Programs & The Native Healing CentreContinue reading "Community Options’ Annual Festive Meal"

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Minute to Win It Youth Challenge

Prince Charles Community League Presents! A fun challenge for youth 12-17 brought to you by the popular game show “Minute to Win It!” When: Saturday December 9th Time: 4-9pm Where: Sherbrooke Community HallContinue reading "Minute to Win It Youth Challenge"

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Interested in French Immersion Education?

Central Edmonton does not have an option for French Immersion (FI) programming in a public school! Right now, this means that kids registered in an FI program have to bus to a school outside of their local area. In the past, there has been a valiant attempt at making this happen at Oliver school, but …Continue reading "Interested in French Immersion Education?"

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Know the Difference: Lost Versus Outdoor Cats

Cats are a great companion for many Edmontonians, but they can cause frustration when they enter a neighbour’s property without permission. While cats are allowed to roam, cat owners are responsible to understand and communicate their outdoor cat’s tendencies to neighbours. That way, the neighbours are aware that the cat isn’t lost while roaming outside. …Continue reading "Know the Difference: Lost Versus Outdoor Cats"

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