We are pleased to announce the return of the Woodcroft Community Book Club! We are optimistic that it will be safe to meet at the community center in the fall.
Adult Dance Lessons
Tired of going to dances and not knowing what to do? If you would like to learn a few partner dances, let us know! We would like to arrange dance lessons if we have enough interest. Please contact Arlene at email@example.com or text 780-660-9684.
This event was such a hit last year we thought we would do it again. This event happens at your own home. Register by October 14th.
Date: November 27th, 2021
Time: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Come out and help us decorate the hall for Christmas. Share a pizza dinner and enjoy a Christmas movie and popcorn. This is a great opportunity for neighbours and friends to gather before the holiday season gets too hectic.
Date: December 5th, 2021
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
This popular event provides an opportunity for the whole family to share in some holiday fun. Come and have fun with your family as you decorate a house and meet neighbours! All are welcome.
With the approach of fall we are cautiously optimistic that we will be able to resume operating our Parents’ and Tots’ group in October
Trash Less: Practical Tips for Reducing Your Waste
Recycling and composting get all the glory, but the real heroes of waste reduction are reducing what we consume and reusing what we have. From baking your own bread to repairing your clothes, learn some easy, affordable ways to reduce waste in your household.
Date: October 23rd, 2021
Time: 10:00 am
To register or for more information contact Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you would like to make a card for Christmas, a birthday, or celebration, join us to learn how. Community member Leona will guide participants in how to make their own card. There will be both an adult and children's class. The children’s class is for ages 10+.
Save the Date - New Year’s Eve Celebration
Join your neighbours and friends for our annual New Year’s Eve Celebration, December 31, 2021. This free family event is a fun way to celebrate the New Year! Mark your calendar and keep an eye on our social media/website and December newsletter for more information.
Cross Country Ski Trails in Coronation Park
Did you know that the Community League worked with the City to design and create cross country skiing trails in Coronation Park?
Our cross country ski trails are beginning to take shape, starting with 3 different loops around Coronation Park with hopefully a few more to come. It's been a late start, acquiring equipment, permits and volunteers, but it’s impressive what we have been able to do in a short amount of time. Unfortunately, we will not have tracks set this year unless the snow stays for sometime but you can also lay down a skier set track. We have 3 volunteers from neighbouring communities who are offering their services and snowmobiles to the cause. If you or someone you know has a snowmobile or quad and wants to volunteer for the grooming crew, please get in touch with Dave Kenny at 780-530-8575.
Where: Peter Hemingway Swimming Pool
Dates: Cancelled until further notice due to COVID-19.
Woodcroft Swim Program
Over the years the Woodcroft Community League has offered free swimming to its members during public swim times at Peter Hemmingway Pool. Unfortunately, the Peter Hemmingway Pool is currently closed so we have arranged with the City of Edmonton to allow our members public swim access to the following swimming pools:
ACT Jasper Place
Londonderry Bonnie Doon
Mill Woods Confederation
St. FX Outdoor Pools
Grand Trunk Hardisty
Check the following City of Edmonton site for updates to public health access rules and public swim times at your pool of choice:
Present your current community league membership card at any one of the above facilities to obtain an annual pool pass for each member of your family. More information on memberships can be found here.
Woodcroft Community Outdoor Rink
* Stay tuned for rink information for winter 2021-2022.
What you need to know before you go...
1. Only 10 people are allowed on the big rink and 8 on the small rink.
2. The rink shack is not allowed to be open, which means that there is no access to bathrooms or a changing area. We have moved the benches outside so you can change into skates there (those benches will be wiped down regularly). There is no place to store your items indoors.
3. Please use the QR code on the signs to assist with contact tracing. Thank you!
4. Sticks are allowed but no hockey games or shinny.
More Info Here