2020 Winter Yoga Sessions

One of our most popular events is returning just in time for your 2020 New Years Resolutions! Whether you want to improve your mobility, meet new people, or practice some self care our yoga classes can help get you on the right track in the new year! 

 

Yoga increases an overall sense of well-being, promotes positivity, helps prevent falls by working on core strength and improves balance – to name just a few of the benefits! This class is designed to be inclusive – suitable for all stages, ages (teens & adults) & abilities.

 

This 10 week program works in partnership with Dancing Willow Yoga. 

 

When: 

Tuesday Evenings between 7 PM – 8 PM from January 7 – March 10 

 

Rates: 

 

Inglewood Community League Members: $90

 

Non-members: $100

 

Drop-In Rates: $12 OR you can register & save! 

 

The Inglewood Community League Board wants to make programs in the community accessible. Any community members that are interested in our winter yoga program but find the rates are steep for their budget, please connect with us confidentially.

 

Contact Hayley to learn more or register: hayley.weedon@inglewoodcl.com / 780-263-4898 

 

Do something for YOU this winter and sign up today! 

 

We Want to Hear From You!

 

As a member of the Inglewood Community, we want to know what kinds of programs, activities and events you would like to see happening at the League this year? Please contact our Program Director, Hayley and share away! 

 

hayley.weedon@inglewoodcl.com / 780-263-4898

 

Marketing and IT Volunteers Needed!

Inglewood Community League is expanding its publicity and technology committee and needs volunteers like you!

The Inglewood Community is home to nearly 6000 residents and 3400 dwelling units, but the Community League currently only reaches about 10% of them! To improve on this, we are recruiting and expanding our communications team to run new marketing campaigns and projects!

We are looking for volunteer team members with a wide variety of backgrounds, but are first and foremost passionate about our community of Inglewood. Some of the skills and experience we are looking for that you may already have, or are simply motivated to learn are:

  1. Social media savvy
  2. Marketing campaigns
  3. Management and leadership
  4. Writing and editing
  5. IT and G-Suites administration
  6. Web development/design
  7. Graphic design

In the upcoming months and year, there are some major projects we want to execute, but we need YOU to make them a success!

  1. Quarterly mailout newsletter
  2. Improved physical signage on Community League grounds
  3. Smartphone App implementation
  4. New connected boardroom

Contact pr@inglewoodcl.com with a bit of information about yourself and how you would like to contribute!

Yoga at the Inglewood Hall

Yoga is coming to the Inglewood Community Hall this spring in partnership with Dancing Willow Yoga!  Teens and adults are welcome! 

Tuesday Evenings: 7 PM – 8 PM from March 5 – May 14 (no class for spring break) 

$12/ drop-in OR register for all 10 weeks and save! 

Registration rates: 

Inglewood Community League Members: $90 

Non-members: $100

Location:  Inglewood Community Hall (12525 116 Ave NW)

Memberships are currently free for Inglewood residents. 

The Inglewood Community League Board wants to make programs in the community accessible. Any community members that are interested in yoga but can’t afford these rates, please connect with us confidentially. 


For questions or to register contact Erin: programs@inglewoodcl.com / 780-901-3758

Outdoor Retro Movie Night!

Saturday, September 15 th , The Steven Spielberg film E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial will be featured for the Outdoor Retro Movie Night right at the Inglewood Community Hall, 12525 116 Ave. Arrive early to get a good seat, seating will start at 7:30pm and the movie will begin at 8:30pm. Anyone can participate. Bring your own chairs or blankets with you and enjoy snacks from a concession where proceeds go to the Neighbourhood Table.

***Do you have a few hours to spare? Like helping out in your community? We are planning an outdoor retro movie night for September 15th and are looking for a few volunteers to help with set-up, running a fundraising concession, and clean-up after the event. Please contact programs@inglewoodcl.com or respond to this post to help out!***

Show & Shine

Bring your family to enjoy the Show and Shine to enjoy the integrity of classic cars on August 5th from 10am to 5pm at the Inglewood School park, 12525 116th avenue; pets are welcome on leashes and are required to be cleaned up after. Perhaps you want to bring your car to be featured; a $10 entry fee for car owners only which will go to the Inglewood Neighborhood Table. Classic cars will be at Inglewood Community Hall parking lot to be admired by everyone.

Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy classic 60’s and 70’s live music preformed by Ruby and the Hitmen. The younger ones can participate in face painting and bouncy castles. And don’t miss internationally known comedian/entertainer, Matt Gore, also known as The Ginger Ninja from 11am to 1pm with your favourite food from one of the 5 food trucks. The event is also handicap accessible.