The summer picnic in Winnifred Stewart Park was held on Saturday August 19th. It was a great success, with over 200 people from, in and around Inglewood attending. Sponsored by the Winnifred Stewart Association and the Friends of Inglewood, the celebration also introduced new art work on the power box in the park. Nancy Desjarlais …Continue reading "Winnifred Stewart Picnic entertains over 200 people"
The Camsell building’s history since it’s closure is almost as colourful as its history was as a hospital. Originally build by the Canadian government in 1946 as an “Indian” hospital to provide health care to First Nations people in across Northern Canada, it replaced an earlier “Indian Hospital” in the same location. It was closed …Continue reading "News on the Camsell"
Blocking off the street from 4 – 10 pm, residents and visitors moved freely up and down the block. Instead of regular traffic, the roadway was taken up with a bouncy castle for kids, fire-pits for people to roast hotdogs and smokies, a badminton court, kids riding their bikes, sidewalk chalk, and a tent for face …Continue reading "Residents of the 111 block of 127 St. Held Their 2nd Annual Block Party on July 2"
About 20 people came out to Inglewood Community Leagues’ 2nd Pub Night at the Arcadia Pub on June 22. In addition to some tasty popcorn, featured beer from Bench Creek Brewing, and other treats and snacks, people seemed to have a great time talking about—well anything! Even the “Handsome Men of Inglewood”, a self-named group …Continue reading "Inglewood Hosts its Second Pub Night"
Want to meet your neighbours? Interested in knowing the other people on your block? Why not have a block party? It’s not as hard as you may think. It’s a great way to spend a day (and part of an evening) meeting, talking, playing games, and getting to know the people next door as …Continue reading "Host a Block Party with a Block Party Kit"