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Our favorite summer program is being held over this fall, in Ellerslie Crossing Park. The programming will be focused on nature, and runs Monday and Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.
We are very pleased and proud that the City of Edmonton has chosen our park to be one of their sites for this great fall programming.

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Have your say in the direction of the Ellerslie Community League! The ECL is committed to engagement and improving our programs and practices to make Ellerslie and even better place to live. Your opinions matter and do help steer strategic planning for the future. Please take a moment and give us your valuable feedback Ellerslie Community League Survey

The Ellerslie Community League is hosting Ellerslie’s own Edmonton Power Yoga for a free session in Charlesworth Park (Ellerslie heights, 3rd avenue and 58 street Sw). This is a great chance to use our green space, meet your neighbours and benefit from great instruction. All levels welcome. Tuesday August 25th at 6pm! Bringi a buddy and be there!!having-fun-is-our-jam-slider

Family time is important and very enjoyable outdoors, especially in the summer. To display the benefit of a League Membership, The Ellerslie Community League is pleased to present free admission to the following outdoor pools during these time slots (except Holidays) for your family:
Fred Broadstock Pool (15720 105 Ave NW) Sunday – Wednesday Evenings until August 26th from 5:00-7:00 PM
Millcreek Pool (9555 84 Ave NW) every evening until September 6th from 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Oliver Outdoor Pool (10315 – 119 Street) Sunday – Wednesday evenings until September 6th from 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Queen Elizabeth Pool (9100 Walterdale Hill) – Sunday and Tuesday evenings from 5:00PM – 7:00, Mondays and Wednesday evenings until August 26th from 6:00 – 8:00PM
You need to present a valid Ellerslie (or other EFCL membership) to the attendant at the pool. The pools are outdoor, and as such are open during safe conditions and temperatures greater than 18 degrees C. To check pool/facility status, please check this website. City of Edmonton Facility Notificationsimages

The City of Edmonton will be hosting its Green Shack program at Ellerslie Crossing Park again this summer, from July 2 to August 22. This popular free kids’ program will be taking place Monday to Friday afternoons from 2:30 to 6:00 p.m. The City of Edmonton also offers a variety of day camps for children and drop-in programs for youth near our community; visit edmonton.ca for more information.
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Ellerslie Community League members will receive a new benefit this summer: free swim times at all City of Edmonton outdoor pools! All schedules run until Sunday, August 31, 2014.

Grace Point Church is offering a variety of programs for youth and adults this summer. Visit gracepointchurch.ca for more information.
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If you’re looking for a program that will help your child stay active, make friends and have a great time — and one that takes place close to home — Sportball at Grace Point Church might be just the program you’re looking for! These popular classes will be taking place at the church on Thursday evenings from April 10 to June 26, and Ellerslie Community League members will receive a $15 discount per semester per child (discount is not available in online registration; please email edmonton@sportball.ca to register in order to get the discount).

Don’t have a community league membership? You can buy one right online right now! It’s only $25 for the whole family for the year, so you can quickly get your money’s worth if you register more than one child or register your child(ren) for more than one session!

Haven’t heard of Sportball? Here’s a brief description from the Sportball website:

Sportball Methodology

Encouraging healthy active living

By applying our methodology, Sportball helps children to develop socially as well as physically, through a curriculum designed to reinforce self-confidence free from the pressure of competition. In our programs, children from 16 months to 12 years of age, are provided with a skills-driven, high-energy and fun-filled curriculum. Sportball Multi-Sport programs introduce children to the fundamental concepts and skills behind eight popular ball sports: baseball, football, basketball, golf, hockey, soccer, tennis and volleyball. Using creative instruction and positive encouragement, our programs focus on the development of gross motor skills, along with balance, strength, co-ordination, stamina and timing. The equipment that we use is age-appropriate and sized just right for the children in our programs. Sportball offers weekly classes that are run seasonally, as well as camps and clinics during school holidays. Birthday parties and special events can be arranged to fit into your schedule. We offer Sportball programs right in the community in churches, community centres, schools, daycares, private clubs, parks and other green spaces.

For more information, please visit the Sportball website. To register and receive the $15 discount, please email edmonton@sportball.ca.
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Registration for outdoor soccer will take place at Mill Woods Town Centre on Tuesday, February 4 and Wednesday, February 5 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. Late registration will take place at the new Mill Woods Soccer Association office (#84 4003 98 Street) on Thursday, February 20 from 1:00 to 9:00 p.m. and Saturday, February 22 from noon to 5:00 p.m.

Parents can also register online or get more information at www.millwoodssoccer.com. A valid community league membership is required to register for soccer and can be purchased online or at any of the registration events for $25 (good for the whole family and valid until the end of August).

Bike Safety Programs

May 28th, 2013 | Posted by Alicia Lemaire in News | Past Events | Programs - (0 Comments)

The City of Edmonton is hosting two Bike Safety programs for members of the Ellerslie Community League on Wednesday, June 5. For more information or to register, please email Alica Staub.
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