…as of Friday, April 06, 2018
Edmonton Bike Swap
The Bike Swap in Edmonton is a non-profit event that returns half the profit back to your community to fund safe cycling and make good tech-check bikes available (the other half of the profit stays in the bank to fund more bike swap events).
Did you know hundreds of bikes are dumped every week in our landfill? The Bike Swap works with groups in our city so bikes can get re-used and re-cycled. This is a convenient place to donate a bike or buy a used bike which will help out our community.
- WHERE: Kinsmen Sports Centre Fieldhouse
9100 Walterdale Hill (in the valley at the bottom of the hill)
- WHEN: May 12th, 2018
- DROP OFF: 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
- BUY: 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Tea & Rug Show
The Edmonton Rug Hookers Guild is holding their annual Tea and Rug Show on Thursday May 3rd at Pleasantview Hall (10860 – 57 Avenue) from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. A $5.00 admission includes a light lunch, the rug show, door prizes and a silent auction. More info can be found at Edmonton Traditional Rug Hookers Guild - Home Page or their Facebook page.
Community League Family Swimming
Indoor Pool Schedule
The shutdown at Commonwealth Recreation Centre's Pool is over. Commonwealth is open again.
Commonwealth Pool was chosen last year when the Millwoods Pool was closed for renovations (shortly after we were booked into it) and we went to Millwoods because Bonnie Doon Pool was closed for an extended period of time (a pool we have used for a few decades) so our record is 3 for 3 in shutting down pools we book into. We will stay with this facility unless the membership wish to move to another pool.
Bring your community league membership card (with the barcode sticker on the back) when you visit any pool in summer or winter.
The program is operated by local parent volunteers
A parent-run weekly soccer night for 4-6 year olds. Come encourage your kids to get moving in a fun, casual environment and meet other local families.
When: Thursday evenings, 6:00 -7:00 PM, weather permitting.
Where: North side of the Argyll Community Hall (grass between the hall & velodrome parking lot)
What to bring: A soccer ball (if you have one) and running shoes for your child.
We are fortunate to have several parents with training in physical literacy who will be guiding the kids. The goal is to build confidence and improve physical movement.
If interested & for more info, contact Erin by e-mail
Women's Karate in the Argyll Hall
Fitness and Self-Defense: All-Women's Karate Class
The Edmonton Women's Gojukai Karate Club provides a traditional style of authentic, Okinawan Karate. Each woman learns at her own pace in a non-competitive environment. Training is geared to encouraging self-defense and physical fitness, all in the spirit of camaraderie. This club is for ages from teen to adult.
Sensei Dana Nawata is the founder and head instructor of The Edmonton Women's Gojukai Karate Club. She has studied karate since 1978 and holds a 4th degree black belt while training under the International Karatedo Gojukai Association (as established by Master Gogen Yamaguchi). She is a certified instructor with the International Karatedo Gojukai Association of Canada and a certified karate coach with the NCCPC. She also teaches self-defense courses at the University of Alberta.
Classes are held on Tuesdays from 8:30 – 9:45 PM and Fridays from 7:30 – 9:30 PM at the Argyll Community Hall. For more information on the club, please visit Karateforwomen.ca or contact Sensei Nawata by phone at 780-803-2353 or by e-mail at
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- Argyll Community Hall
- 6750 - 88 Street
- Edmonton, AB T6E 5H6
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