Come for brunch, check out what the league has been up to for the past year, see the amazing renovations completed at the hall, and volunteer some time to help your neighbourhood in the year ahead.
The Glenwood skating rink has lost its battle with the warmer weather and is now closed for the season.
Dates to Remember
Sundays 1:00pm to 3:00pm Free swimming for Glenwood Community League members at the Commonwealth Rec Centre
Tuesdays 6:45pm Euchre nights at the hall
First Friday of every month, 6:45pm to 11pm Community board games night at the hall. Ages 8 to 108.
Second Thursday of every month at 7pm Fibromyalgia meeting at the hall. Information and fellowship. Everyone is welcome.
February 4, 11, and 18 Learn to Skate drop-in program at the hall
February 19 Family Day Fun at the Meadowlark Hall
Public Skating Everyday at the hall from 4pm to 9pm
Come out for a Winter Party
Saturday, February 4th, 1:30pm at the Glenwood Hall
Come out and enjoy a hot dog roast and hot chocolate for the whole family!!
Stay after for our Family Learn to Skate!
And join us for Family Day Fun on February 19th
We’ve partnered with the Meadowlark Community League to provide an amazing evening for Glenwood residents!
Everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy hot dogs and chilli, bonfires, fireworks, hayrides and other fun indoors and out.
When: Sunday, February 19th
Where: Meadowlark Hall, 15961-92 Ave
Time: 4:00pm to 7:00pm
Come and join us for a second affordable indoor market!
The Glenwood Community League is happy to be providing our hall for another indoor market organized by Food4Good.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 24 from 11:00am-4:00pm, 16430-97 Ave
Nothing over $3 and prices 30-50% lower than the grocery store!
Call 780-906-4971 or email ashleyT@food4good.ca for more info.
The Edmonton Public School Board has begun a process to look at consolidating, renovating and possibly constructing new schools within Edmonton’s mature communities. The Glenwood community is part of the “Westlawn” working group, looking at options for the following schools:
About the working group:
The District asked representatives of important stakeholder groups to participate on a working committee. This committee will provide feedback as we develop several options for a community-driven strategy for the Westlawn area. The working committee includes:
- school principals
- District staff
- parents (one or two from each school)
- community representatives (one from each community league)
The committees will meet between October 2016 and February 2017 to develop a plan. In spring 2017, the plan will be presented at a public meeting for feedback from the community.
Westlawn Working Group Update
NOVEMBER 30, 2016 MEETING NOTES
The committee reviewed data to get a better understanding of the students and the community the schools serve. Committee members looked at the data and identified trends or information relevant to our process, as well as other ideas not provided in the data. This information will be used in our next meeting, December 15, 2016, to form new concepts to share with the community in March 2017.
Thank you to everyone that took the time to complete the site evaluation/building considerations survey. The survey is now closed. This information will be used to form new concepts to share with the community in March 2017.