The New Website’s Here! The New Website’s Here!

Inglewood Community League

Inglewood Community League

Yes it’s true. Our tired old website has been replaced with a new and functional look to better serve our community. News stories will still show on the landing page at www.inglewoodcl.com, but so will upcoming events and some information about the Inglewood Community League. Have your child registered for soccer? Then you can use the Programs menu to find information about soccer and a calendar that only has soccer related events.

The new appearance is bright and fresh and easy to navigate. And along with the website design is a brand new logo to help you recognize Inglewood Community League news and events!

In addition to finding what you need on the website, much of our information is also cross-posted to Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/inglewoodcl/ and to our e-newsletter. Not already subscribed? Then what are you waiting for? Click on: mlgn.to/3aev, check your inbox for a confirmation message and start finding out what’s happening all around you today.

Community Walking Map

Inglewood walking routes

Looking to get outdoors this winter or just explore your local part of the city?  Check out Walk Edmonton’s suggested walking/biking routes for Inglewood, Sherbrooke and St. Charles neighbourhoods.  Walking maps are available at your local

public library or contact Walk Edmonton at walkedmonton@edmonton.ca and they’ll mail you one free of charge.  For more information on Walk Edmonton visit edmonton.ca.

Edmonton Sports Council Offers Sports and Recreation Activities for Adults and Children

The Edmonton Sport Council has launched an updated website  at edmontonsport.com  to better serve the Edmonton active living, active recreation and sport community.

The “Activity Search” page has improved search capabilities and expanded listings to help you find the activity of your choice. The “Sport & Recreation Facilities” search page has expanded facility listings and a location function to simplify your search.

A link to: https://www.edmontonsport.com/participant_information will allow members to easily access both the activity and facility search pages.

Any questions? Call George Multamaki, Project Director at 780-497-7678 or email at: gmultamaki@edmontonsport.com.


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 at the time of registrations they fell just short of the number of kids needed.

One concerned parent wants to change this.

Alex Lieberman had a conversation with the Edmonton Public School Board (EPSB) and it appears that they are quite interested in re-opening the conversation – an idea of how many families may be interested in this option in the 2018/19 or 2019/20 school year would be very helpful for them. They need at least 50 families interested to consider creating a space at one of our EPSB schools. Alex suspects that there is enough interest in our communities to make this happen!

She is putting together a list of families who MAY be interested in this option. Indicating interest does not mean you are obligated to register your kiddo when the time comes, just that you may consider the option.

EPSB requires family name and address in order to assess amount of interest and current need in Central Edmonton. If you are interested in FI programming please send Alex your info (or send her a message if you have any other questions/concerns) and she will add your name to the list. Also feel free to pass on anyone else you think might be interested! Contact Alex at: mAlex.e.lieberman@gmail.com.