Yoga with Kelly: April 11 – June 13

Yoga with Kelly will take you through yoga postures to strengthen the body, enhance flexibility, improve posture and balance, calm the mind and synchronize breath with movement.

Session Dates: April 11, 18, 25, May 9, 16, 23,30, June 13, 20 for a total of 9 classes.

7:30-8:45 p.m. – Doors open at 7:25 p.m. at Allendale Community Hall (6330 – 105A Street)

Bring a yoga mat and blanket for comfort.

Cost is $100 payable in cash or cheque on April 11th. Proof of community league membership is required.

To pre-register, send an email to to hold a spot in the class. Provide your name and email. Deadline for pre-registration is April 7, 2023. Classes will proceed with a minimum of 8 participants. Registrants will be notified if the session does not proceed.




WANTED: Handyperson for Allendale Community Hall & Grounds

Allendale Community League is looking for a contract (part-time, as needed) handyperson for the maintenance and repair of community assets. This includes fixing sheds, benches, and fences; maintaining power equipment; trimming trees; mowing; weeding and basic grounds maintenance; snow removal; and other odd jobs as they arise.

This position will assist in finding tradespeople for various jobs and will solicit quotes to present to the Board. They must have their own tools and be responsive to community needs.

The position will pay $25.00 per hour for up to 15 hours per month (there may not be significant work every month so income is not guaranteed). Purchase of materials required for repair or maintenance will be reimbursed if accompanied by receipts. This position reports to the Operations Director. Resumes and references will be required and accepted until March 20. If you are interested in position or more detailed information email


Outdoor Soccer Registration – 2023

Outdoor Soccer Registration for ages 4 – 19 is open until February 28, 2023!
– Community league members register through in the month of February and teams will be formed or found for all on-time registrants.
– Coaches are welcome to register as well.
– All players require a 2022-2023 community league membership to play.
– Any questions? Please email Katrina Semeniuk, community soccer coordinator for Queen Alexandra and Allendale:

Now Open — Allendale Community Ice Rink!

Ice Rink is now open daily until 10 pm. The skate room will open on Saturday, Dec 18th- the hours vary but are usually 4 pm to 10 pm weekdays and 9 am to 10pm weekends. The rink and skate room will close below -20 degrees and if there is heavy snow. Be safe and considerate of other skaters! Skate tags are available with Allendale Community League membership. A big thank-you to the volunteers maintaining the rink this year!

Green Shack is Back for Summer 2022!

Edmonton Green Shack

Play! Run! Create! Allendale is pleased to be hosting a Green Shack program from July 12 to August 27th, 2022; Mondays to Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The green shack is located on the south side of the Allendale playground.  Program leaders are trained to provide fun and safe activities for neighbourhood children – even on rainy days!  Put this in your calendar and send your kids over! It is a great way to meet neighbours and make new friends. Children 6 to 12 are welcome to stay on their own- under 6 must be accompanied by a responsible person. For more information, you can visit the City of Edmonton website.


Proposed Planning Application

There is a proposed planning application that is close to Allendale. The plan is to rezone the area of 10333 University Ave to allow a multi-unit supportive housing development overseen by the Mustard Seed.
There is a Council Public Hearing date on Tuesday, March 15. If anyone would like to speak at the hearing, they can complete this form.…/1FAIpQLSfjK1JQOPRWVO…/viewform or by calling the City Clerk office at 780-496-8178.
This proposal, and others in the Allendale neighbourhood, can be found by visiting the following website:

Treaty No. 6 Recognition Day

On Treaty 6 Recognition Day (August 27), the Allendale Community League is proud to be located in Ward papastew Pronunciation: PAH-PAH-STAY-OH.

This name, as well as the other 12 new Indigenous ward names, were gifted to the City of Edmonton by iyiniw iskwewak wihtwawin, an all-female, Indigenous ward naming committee. The names reflect the stories of the Anishinaabe, Blackfoot, Cree, Dene, Inuit, Iroquois (Michel Band), Métis and Sioux Nations and were chosen after much discussion, ceremony and consultation with Elders. The Indigenous ward names are a small but important step in reconciliation and in understanding the history and stories of the many Indigenous nations that were the first residents of Canada.

To find out more about the Indigenous Ward Names project: