OK, fellow Hazelnuts! Our endearing neighbour to the north, Ritchie Community League, is at it again, and is challenging all Edmonton neighbourhoods to "June Bike Month" from June 1-30, 2022. As the reigning "Move for Mental Health" Challenge Champions, we've got a few goals ahead of us:
#1 - Spank Ritchie at June Bike Month!
#2 - Get active, for our own mental and physical well-being.
#3 - Contribute to the overall goal of 250,000km travelled.
#4 - Spank Ritchie at June Bike Month!
You can help accumulate kilometers for Hazeldean's "Green Belt Bike Gang" through both indoor and outdoor cycling. Here’s three AWESOME ways to participate in the challenge!
Join the "Hazelnuts Green Belt Bike Gang!" STRAVA group, and sync your favourite fitness tracking device to automatically upload your data: https://www.strava.com/clubs/801266
Manually submit your cycling stats into this Google Form: https://forms.gle/XXmpVjkjtRhg2Hg96
Don't forget your multipliers, if you are manually logging an activity that only one person was tracking on a device. For example, if there were 5 people in your family, that 3km bike ride is really worth 15km!
Email your weekly totals to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59:59pm each Sunday evening.
Let's rack up those km’s, Hazeldean!
Topic: Hazeldean Community League's AGM
Time: Oct 5, 2021 07:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 821 6649 1740
For voting purposes, you'll need a valid community league membership. If you've already got one, please hold it up to your camera when you join the meeting so we can jot down the number to register you! If you're in need of a membership, they can be bought at the Hazeldean Drug Mart or our neighbourhood Dairy Queen.
When? October 6, 2020 @ 7pm
Where? Hazeldean Community Hall
Interested in what the Community League has been up to and what's planned for next year? Thinking about how you may want to be involved? Eager to exercise your right to vote for the 2020/2021 board? Come on out to our AGM! All members can participate in the vote, and there will also be an opportunity to purchase/renew your membership for the year.
We are working on an online alternative so you can tune in from the comfort of your home - stay tuned to our website or Facebook page for details on what that will look like closer to the date!
Join us this year for Community League Day on September 19 as we clean up our community! We will be focusing on the school/hall grounds and the ravine.
Meet at the hall starting at 1pm to get a clean-up kit and once you return your bag of collected trash to us, we'll trade you for a tasty treat!
Bring your friends, bring your neighbours - let's work together to make our neighbourhood shine!
* This will also be a great opportunity to buy/renew your Community League membership! We will have memberships available for purchase (cash only); $20 for family membership and $10 for individual. And if you're the type who would rather buy online, the EFCL is waiving their online fee on September 19th only! An easy-peasy way to save $5 and support your League at the same time.
When? September 19, 2020
Time? 1pm - 4pm
Where? Meet at the Hazeldean Community Hall (9630 66 Ave)
Come and show off your art skills at this free family-friendly event! Check in at the pavillion with the red roof (68 ave and 93 st) any time between 2 - 4pm. Chalk will be provided (that you get to keep!)
*First come first served for up to 50 participants, due to COVID-19 restrictions. Please follow physical distancing guidelines. We encourage wearing masks. There will be no public washroom access available.
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What? Name That Tune Trivia Night!
Where? Time Out Pub (9605 66 Ave NW)
When? March 12th, 7pm-9pm
Come on out to the Time Out Pub at 7pm on March 12th, for a fun trivia night! Bring your neighbours and friends, and get ready to test your song knowledge — there may even be some prizes for the savviest teams!
Hazeldean School Open House!
March 5, 2020 at 6:30 pm.
General Open House grades K - 6
The Hazeldean Elementary Program has 140 students from kindergarten through grade six. We are currently planning one class for each grade from Kindergarten to grade six. Special needs children are integrated into these classrooms.
The Pre-Kindergarten Program provides multidisciplinary support to pre-school children with complex learning needs and developmental delays. It is directly funded through Alberta Education Program Unit Funding.
There are currently 110 children between 3 and 5 ½ years of age enrolled in our program who have moderate to severe delays including: speech and language; gross and fine motor; cognitive; behavioural/emotional; and social skills development. This includes but is not limited to children diagnosed with autism, cerebral palsey, down syndrome, and emotional behavior disorders. Service to children is provided by a multidisciplinary team consisting of teachers, educational assistants, speech and language pathologists, speech and language assistants, occupational therapists, physical therapists, occupational and physical therapist assistants, family resource coordinators, and administrators. The majority of programming occurs within the daily classroom routine.
Soccer registration for 2020 will take place on February 9th, from 1pm - 4pm at the Hazeldean Community Hall.
See you then!
Hey Grade 4-6 Hazeldeaners!
Come join us at the hall on Sunday January 26 (2-4pm) for an afternoon of science fun. We will build a hydraulic arm and explain the science behind it!
This Science at the Hall event is for grades 4 to 6, if you are in a different grade, there will me more science afternoons later this spring. We try to keep the science age appropriate, so stay tuned!
There is limited seating for this event, so please sign up.
You must use this Eventbrite link to register:
If you signed up, but can not make it, please let us know (email@example.com) so we can give the tickets to a person on the waiting list.
Accompanying parents or guardians do not need to get a ticket.
Join us on January 18th for our family friendly 2020 lantern parade!
The fun starts at the Hazeldean hall at 3:30pm, where we'll build paper lanterns together.
At 5pm we'll take a neighbourhood walk* and show off our creations!
All are welcome to this free community event.
*as it is supposed to be a cold weekend, the walk will be weather depending
**we're still looking for a few volunteers to help make this event happen! Can you help us out? If so, please send us a message!