The Community

Allendale is a lovely, mature neighbourhood, located halfway between Whyte Avenue and Southgate. The land was originally owned by the Allen family at the turn of the century but became part of Edmonton when Edmonton and Strathcona amalgamated in 1921. Development in the area started prior to WW1, but it was the late 1940s and early 1950s when most of the development occurred.

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COVID-19 Safety Tips for Trick or Treating

AHS has created the following 5 guidelines for your little ‘ghosts and goblins’ to follow this year when trick-or-treating:

Don't go trick-or-treating if feeling ill, even if symptoms are minor

Choose costumes that allow a non-medical mask to be worn underneath, and make sure you can see and breathe comfortably

Minimize contact with others: trick-or-treat with your family or cohort, remain within your community, and stay 2 metres apart

Avoid touching doorbells or railings: call "trick or treat" from 2 metres away, knock instead of using doorbells, use hand sanitizer after touching surfaces

Wash hands and disinfect packages before eating candy

www.alberta.ca/assets/documents/covid19-halloween-tip-sheet.pdf
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Come get a workout in the friendly neighbouring community of Parkallen!

Who should join: anyone looking to have fun and work up a sweat!

What it is: an 45-minute group session with a certified personal trainer every Monday morning and Thursday evening in south-central Edmonton. the sessions include core strengthening, cardio exercise, and full body conditioning.

All fitness levels and experience are welcome! $10 per drop-in or $75 for 10 sessions (money goes to the Parkallen community league). The sessions require minimal equipment but please bring your own exercise mat!

COVID restrictions: max capacity of 6 people per class. The trainer will wear a mask throughout the session and the room will be organized so that participants remain 6 feet apart. Minimal equipment sharing (necessary equipment will be sanitized between each use) and hand sanitizer will be provided. Please wear a face mask into the hall and bring your own mat/towel! Once everyone is situated, masks may be removed.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. You can register on Meetup or Eventbrite under "Drop-in Fitness", or you can message the coordinator, Theresa, at programs@parkallen.ca. Please notify us of any injuries or restrictions that you might have, so that we are able to give you the best experience possible. We look forward to seeing you there!
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