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FALL WEEKLY PROGRAMS AT CCL
(ALL FREE TO LEAGUE MEMBERS, SO SIGN UP!)

Registration: Sign up before August 20. Minimum of six participants registered to run free classes.

Please register for all classes and clubs in advance by emailing
rentals@cloverdalecommunity.com

Note: Costs related to free programming to be reviewed at the Cloverdale Community League AGM on September 23. Please come and be part of the discussion.

Mondays

Book club: Runs the last Monday of each month. Cloverdale ladies meet to discuss books selected. More details soon. 

Zumbini: with Mariela, certified Zumba instructor
Zumba with your preschool child! Dance, sing and play with your little one!
5:15-6PM
Runs from September 9 to October 28 (no class September 23 or October 7). *$35 for supplies

Co-ed Barre Class: with Kim Ashley, AFLCA instructor
Less impact than a boot camp. This class infuses elements of dance and ballet to achieve beautiful, healthy bodies, while improving postural balance, flexibility, coordination, and grace. A pair of dumbbells and a yoga mat are required. Athletic shoes and light comfy clothing should be worn.
7-8PM
Runs from September 16 to November 18, (eight weeks, no class on September 23, October 7, November 11).  

Tuesdays

Sport Ball: for preschool children. Come out and play ball activities with your preschooler with so many different types of balls.
9:15-9:45AM, for ages 16-months to two-year-olds;
9:45-10:30AM, for ages two to three-and-a-half;
10:30-11:30AM, for ages three-and-a-half to five.
Runs from September 10 to October 22.
(Free; $119 non-members) 

Urban Poling Club: leave from the hall for a one-hour local pole walk. Cloverdale has urban poles for members to utilize. 
9:45AM

Arts & Crafts Club: join neighbors in our cozy, south-facing lounge for an afternoon of creativity during the fall and winter months. From sketching to painting a landscape; from card making and scrapbooking to model building; from knitting to leather work, there is something for you. Feel free to exchange ideas and display your craft. Coffee and tea provided.
1-4PM
Runs from October 8.
Contact Marji at marjitanner@gmail.com or 780-893-9667 with questions and ideas. 

Evening Sport Ball: for kids from two to seven.
5-5:45PM
, for ages two to three-and-a-half
5:45-6:45PM, ages three-and-a-half to five
6:45-7:45PM, ages five to seven.
Runs from September 10 to October 22.
(Free; $119 non-members) 

Co-ed Yoga: Hatha yoga, with a variety of relaxing, stretching, and strengthening poses. Bring a mat and wear appropriate clothing. 
8-9PM
Runs from September 17 to November 5 (*revised 08/04/19)

Wednesdays

Strong by Zumba: Back by popular demand in a new time slot. This is a high-intensity, interval tempo, 60 minute workout. It's a full-body, bodyweight workout that conditions your muscles with a combination of cardio and plyometric exercises. Unlike your traditional bootcamp classes, the music is the heart of the workout, and every movement you do will be to the beat of the music. 
5:30-6:30PM

Ping Pong Club: Bring your inside runners and enjoy ping pong. Any skill level and any age.
7-9PM

Starts September 18.

Games Club:
Bring along your board games, or hook up to the lounge smart TV for some game time with Cloverdale members and your friends of any age. Play in the hall or lounge. (Executive meetings held in the lounge second Wednesday in the lounge).
7-9PM  

Thursdays

Indoor Playgroup: Drop in with your preschooler; coffee, toys, and socialize.
10:30AM-12PM

Runs from September 12. 

Zumba kids: with Mariela. Kids channel their energy into great dance moves
Ages four to seven
6:15-7PM
Runs from September 12 to November 7 (eight weeks, no class Halloween). 

Zumba juniors: with Mariela. Kids channel their energy into great dance moves to learn weekly song routines. Older and experienced children.
7-7:45PM
Runs September 12 to November 7 (eight weeks, no class Halloween). 

Co-ed Barre Class: with Cat Lam, AFLCA instructor
A pair of dumbbells and a yoga mat are required. Athletic shoes and light comfy clothing should be worn. Bring along water for hydration.
8-9PM
Runs from September 5 to October 24.

FRIDAYS

Co-ed Yoga: Hatha yoga with a variety of relaxing, stretching, strengthening poses. Instruction provided for chair yoga and many adaptive poses for those with restricted mobility. Bring a yoga mat and wear loose yoga clothing.
9:45-10:45AM
Runs from September 13 to November 1 (*revised 08/04/19)

Sundays

Adult Social and Line Dance: with International Ballroom dancer Cecilia.
An hour for teaching and optional half-hour practice after for those who want to stay. The popular dances taught will be jive, cha-cha, rumba for Latins and waltz, foxtrot, tango, quickstep for Standards. Partners will be optional. The main thing is to learn good basics so after a few lessons and practices, we can attend real dances together. Line dance warm up exercise.
7:30-8:30PM
Runs from September 8. 

New Crib and Pub Night: bring your game board and beverage of choice. If crib is not your game feel free to come with your selection. Third Sunday night of each month.
7-9:30PM
Runs from October 20. Questions? Register with marjitanner@gmail.com or 780-883-9667.

CCL TO MATCH YOUTH DONATION TO KIDS WITH CANCER SOCIETY

Cloverdale youth participating in the Cloverdale Youth Concession at this year’s Edmonton Folk Music Festival will donate 5 per cent of their profits to the Kids with Cancer Society. Cloverdale Community League will match this donation. The league and the community together congratulate these young residents not only for learning and developing important business skills but also helping other youth in need.

MUTTART SERVICE LANE CLOSURE - LRT CONSTRUCTION

Starting on or around July 1, 2019, the south end of the Muttart Conservatory service road (98 Avenue) will be temporarily closed for construction. During this closure, access to the Muttart Conservatory Greenhouse will be maintained with one lane in either direction. The work will last approximately 12 weeks.

There will be no access to Connors Road from 98 Avenue. The best option to access Connors Road is to use the traffic circle at Bonnie Doon. Alternately, motorists can take the 85 Street exit from the traffic circle at 98 Avenue.

To access Connors Road from 98 Avenue westbound, motorists can cross the Low Level Bridge to Rossdale Road. At Bellamy Hill Road, motorists can turn left onto 97 Avenue which will take them over the James Macdonald Bridge, at which time they can take the Connors Road exit. Vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic disruptions will vary by location.

See more here.

Cloverdale 'Accidental Beach' parking program

The Cloverdale 'Accidental Beach' parking program 2019 is a go. It will require vehicles parked in zones with restrictions to display a valid parking pass. Because this affects all Cloverdale residents and businesses that use street parking please, read on.

WHAT IS IT?

The City of Edmonton is implementing a resident-only street parking program in Cloverdale to help reduce the effects of those visiting the neighbourhood to enjoy 'Accidental Beach' on vehicle parking.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The 2019 program is the same as the 2018 program (and is not applicable during Folk Fest -- see below for more).

The program will be in force at all times (aside from Folk Fest -- keep reading below) and use the following zones:

  • 'Resident only' parking on the street next to most homes

  • 98A Avenue (north of The Landing condominiums): On the *north side* of the avenue, parking is restricted to 2 hours from 8AM-4PM, on Mondays to Fridays. Outside of these times parking will be unrestricted. On the *south side* of the avenue, resident-only parking restrictions apply at all times.

WHEN DOES IT START?

Bylaw enforcement of the resident-only zones will begin only when the City installs signage that signals the zones are in effect (commensurate with demand from beach visitors)

HOW MANY PASSES CAN I GET?

Each detached house, duplex, triplex, fourplex or condo *south of 98 Avenue* can receive two (2) passes.

Residents of The Landing will receive one (1) pass per unit.

Businesses will receive passes based on need.

Note: If you require more passes than you are allowed, you will need to show proof of this when applying.

HOW DO I GET MY PASS(ES)?

Cloverdale Community League (CCL) volunteers will distribute them from the CCL hall on

Sunday June 23, from 1PM-4PM
Monday June 24, from 5PM-8PM

FAQs

  • Does this program apply to vehicles parked on private property? No. It applies only to street parking. It does not apply to your parkade, garage or driveway.

  • Does a vehicle require a pass to enter the neighbourhood? No.

  • What happens during Folk Fest? During the festival, the Folk Festival parking program comes into effect. Folk Festival parking passes will be distributed separately and as normal this year.

  • What if I have other questions? You may contact Cloverdale Parking/Folk Festival committee at 780-851-7376 or at parking@cloverdalecommunity.com

Cloverdale Pop-Up Playground

Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 2 - August 22
2:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Targeted at children aged 6-12, but all children accompanied by an adult are welcome.

From the City: Keep your eyes peeled for the colourful pop-up play flags! Two days a week you will get active and experience a variety of crafts, games, sports, and free play.

Neighbourhood Recreation would like to acknowledge that our programs respectfully take place on Treaty 6 Territory, and Metis Nation Region 4.

City of Edmonton Day Camp at CCL

Monday, July 8 - Friday, July 12
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

6 - 9 year olds
Course Code: 657276

Cool Creations day camp will be hosted at CCL hall this year. Kids will learn how to tie-dye, and make slime and chocolates.

To register:

You now live in the best neighbourhood in the great City of Edmonton. It’s called “The Village in the Park” because that’s exactly what it is, one of the smallest, friendliest communities in the city, set in the very heart of the downtown North Saskatchewan River valley parklands. We’re bordered by the River to the north, Dowler’s Hill to the east, Gallagher Park and the Edmonton Ski Club to the south, and the glorious Muttart Conservatory and Gardens to the west.

Members enjoy year-round social and recreational activities at the playground and spray park, the rink and toboggan hill, and the beautiful Cloverdale Hall, where residents regularly gather for stimulating programs and lively parties.

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to get involved.

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