… as of Tuesday, February 27, 2018
The City inspectors paid a visit to the Playground site last Tuesday (November 28) and, once additional parts were finally installed, they've given it a clean bill of health. So, for those families for whom a winter visit to the playground is a familiar thing, then you can explore and enjoy the new apparatus which has been installed during the winter months. The fences are still up around the areas which are not safe to visit, but if you come into the playground from the South end along 88 Street then you can play and use the Gazebo as well.
Next spring the cycle pathway will be installed and we might find ourselves fenced out for a short time after they pave that path and pour cement for the patio area. So, there will be another time when the playground is closed off, but for now enjoy the new gear and explore all the upgraded areas of the playground.
Argyll Community is pleased to be able to present this Hatha Yoga Programme to both residents and the general public. Classes are held during winter and spring the lounge area of the hall each Monday evening from 7:30 — 9:00 PM.
This is Hatha Yoga with a focus on alignment, core stability and awareness of body and breath. Our instructor is Renee Giammarioli (an Argyll resident) who is a Yoga Association of Alberta Certified Yoga Instructor and is also a physiotherapist.
Drop-in rates are $10.00 per class for Argyll residents, $12.00 for non-residents.
We must limit the class size to 12 students. Contact Renee if you are planning to register. Also be sure to let her know if you have a recent injury or some physical limitations. You can call Renee at 780.903.1911.
No skating this year
Snow Angels is a broad, community based education campaign about snow removal which supports citizens who shovel regularly and those who help a neighbour out. Community Leagues who participate in the program will help promote and recognize people who shovel on a regular basis, as well as those who help neighbors in need. Argyll Community League has signed up to participate in the program. Participation in the Snow Angels programme will include prizes as well as recognition by our community league.
This winter, Argyll Community League is joining the Snow Angels programme. As a community, we want to encourage everyone to keep their sidewalks free of snow and ice. We also want to encourage residents to consider helping a neighbour. Many people in Argyll need help due to mobility or health issues and might not always ask for help. If you need help shoveling your walk, please contact Dave Trautman at 780.463.9310.
If you are a senior needing help shoveling your walk this winter, please contact the South East Edmonton Seniors Association: 780.468.1985.
This is our opportunity to make sure Argyll residents keep sidewalks safe for everyone and to help out our neighbors who might need assistance.
Volunteer "Snow Angels" will be eligible for a prize pack from Boston Pizza. Become a Snow Angel by:
Stay tuned to this page through the winter for announcements about winners and the names of some "angels" in our neighbourhood.
Head injuries are the leading cause of serious injury and death to kids on wheels. Most injuries occur when a cyclist suffers a fall, strikes a stationary object, or collides with another cyclist (or pedestrian). Remember - it's the law in Alberta for cyclists under the age of 18 to wear a helmet (and highly recommended for all ages). Helmets should be CSA approved and worn during recreational activities such as skateboarding, in-line skating, and cycling.
For more information contact Alberta Emergency Medical Services.
Our Parent & Tot Playgroup operates out of the community hall. The group use the lounge area of the hall on the last Friday of each month from 10:00 AM – 12:00 Noon. The program is for parents/caregivers and their young children ages 0-5 to drop by and make friends with other families in Argyll as well as have fun. This is a free service for community residents and we ask you to bring your own snacks and beverages.
When children are engaged, safe and happy, and exposed to age appropriate toys, some redirection and positive discipline, they get to learn at their own pace. A day home has been operating in Argyll for a little while now and it was brought to our attention recently. If anyone in Argyll has been thinking of utilizing a day home service for their young children they might want to contact the person operating this home and see if there is room for their child.
They provide nutritious food and flexible planning with an emphasis on outdoor play. The children are encouraged to dance, sing and laugh. This is a fully Registered and Accredited Alberta Family Day Home in a large, bright, clean home with a fenced yard near schools, buses, playgrounds, green spaces and our ravine.
As an Approved Day Home with 20 years experience, training is kept current as well as Police Record Checks and Vulnerable Section Checks. An Alberta government subsidy is also available. They prefer children attend full time but will also take Before School and After School Care children. Past and present references are available immediately.
Contact Linda at email@example.com or call 780.431.0036 with questions. You can also get a second opinion from Southgate Medallion Family Day Home Agency (780.438.4012) and ask about Linda's Day Home in Argyll.
Each week a group of musicians spend a little time together playing songs and keeping time. They meet on Thursdays in the main hall of the Argyll Community Centre. They welcome any instrument you are willing to jam with. Electric and Acoustic instruments are both welcome.
If you want to sit-in on what they get up to each week, then contact Ken by phone and get the details for their next jam. You can come and sing, play along or just relax and enjoy the music and people. Call Ken 780.466.8127 for more information. There is a nominal fee if you want to play regularly with them.
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Argyll CL Social Events
6750 88 Street
Edmonton, AB T6E 5H6
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The City of Edmonton Waste Management Branch is asking people to use the proper size of garbage container. Oversize garbage cans increase the risk of injury to waste collectors and are no longer being collected.
Bylaw #13777 limits the size of a container to less than 100 litres.
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