We are starting/continuing a whole bunch of programs and event in the new year!
New Year Brunch & Skate
Come on down on New Years Day January 1, 2019 and ring in the new year with a $2 pancake breakfast followed by an afternoon of skating.
Check out more details on Facebook. Click Here
Free Drop in - Learn to Skate
Learn the skills to become active on the ice. Our program is designed around basic skills, movement,participation and fun! You can expect skills for speed, agility and control. All of which will give you the skills for other types of skating
This program is targeted for children 6-12 and their families, however, all are welcome to attend!
-Skates and a CSA approved helmet are required to participate.
-Programs will cancel at -23C with wind chill, or if the ice is closed by the facility.
for more information, please visit www.edmonton.ca/dropincommunityprograms or call 311
Find out more or RSVP on Facebook
Parent & Tots Playgroup
Do you or your kids ever suffer from cabin fever during the winter months? Come check out our free drop-in program and enjoy watching your kids play while connecting with other parents over coffee and tea. A healthy snack is provided for the kids.
Book exchange box: Bring a book that your kid doesn’t read anymore and swap it with one from the box.
Find out details date and time here
A talking circle is an informal gathering for people to share their thoughts, ideas, feelings and experiences. It is a traditional way of communicating in a respectful and positive environment. Each person in the talking circle is equal, even the people who lead the talking circle. These individuals are only there to provide guidelines and create a safe place for people to share their point of view. Participants learn to listen and respect the views of others. It is important to remember that what another person shares, does not belong to anyone else. It is strictly prohibited for anyone to share things about another participant.
Often, talking circles begin with a traditional smudging ceremony, blessing, prayer, or song. An object is used as a talking piece. When a participant is holding the object, they have the right to speak without interruption. When they have completed sharing their thoughts, they pass the object to the next participant. When a participant is sharing, it is the responsibility of the other participants to listen with nonjudgment. Silence and passing is acceptable. Participants can express themselves in a way that they feel comfortable; sharing a story, an experience, by using example or metaphors, and so on.
RSVP here and we hope to see you there!
Mile Zero Children Dance
Come join us every Friday for children dance class for free!
Recommended Age 2 - 12.
Lessons provided by Mile Zero Dance
Every Friday evening from 6:00- 7:00 pm
(Jan 11, Jan18, Feb 1, Feb 8, Feb 15, Feb 22, Mar1, Mar 8)
Parkdale Cromdale Community League Hall
Get a Facebook reminder here
PCCL Children Piano/Music Class
It’s never too early to start learning music! Come join our music and piano with James Anderson @ Parkdale Cromdale Community Hall for free! RSVP here