Indoor Skating – returning for Winter 2020-21
HPCL has booked weekly indoor ice time at the Kinsmen Twin Arenas, at 1979 111 St NW (next to the YMCA). This is free for HPCL members only. You must have proof of HPCL membership to gain rink access (skate tags or membership card). No exceptions. There is no option to pay for entrance. Find out how to purchase a membership.
For 2020-21 Season:
October 3, 2020 – March 27th, 2021
Saturdays, 4:00 – 5:00 PM
*No skating on: December 26 and February 113th.
Kinsmen Twin Arenas (1979 111 St NW)
Please review the rink rules before you attend.
Note: due to COVID-19, all City of Edmonton Guidelines apply including wearing masks in the facility, physical distancing and limits on the number of participants on the ice.
Refer to City of Edmonton Guidelines for more details:
Members have access and skating privileges at EVERY community league operated outdoor skating rink in the city, in accordance with that rink’s capacity and programming. You just need to wear the skate tags that come with your HPCL membership when you skate. For more information on the outdoor skating rink policy, see this letter.
HPCL members have access to the Allard outdoor rink.
The rink can be booked year-round, either for a single use or on a recurring basis.
It is available for hockey team rentals in the winter, Monday – Friday during two time slots: 5-6pm and 8-9pm.
Also for private bookings in the winter (birthdays, etc.) on Saturdays from 9am – noon.
As of March 15, City of Edmonton Recreation Centres and the YMCAs of Northern Alberta have closed their facilities in response to COVID-19. Updated information will be posted when it become available.
Community League members are offered two free indoor swimming timeslots! Be sure to bring your current membership card with you and arrive early, as the pools can fill up. Only household members should attend please.
Reminder: You will need to present your HPCL membership card to gain access to the facilities.
The start dates for the Sportball program is postponed due to COVID-19. All participants will be updated when information becomes available.
HPCL is offering a 6-week spring Sportball program running between April 4-May 23 (no classes on April 11 and May 16) on Saturday at South Pointe Community Center (11520 Ellerslie Rd SW). Classes are geared to different age groups and kids will have the opportunity to tryout a variety of sports during the session. As another benefit of being a HPCL member, we are offering a reduced price and priority registration.
Ages 2 – 3.5 years (Parent & Child) from 4:30-5:15 PM
Ages 3.5 – 5 years from 3:30-4:30 PM
Ages 5 – 7 years from 2:30-3:30 PM
Members $ 75; non-members $ 105
To register, please fill out this FORM.
Questions? Contact Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Shack Program
HPCL partners with the City of Edmonton to offer free children’s programming through Green Shacks.
The Greenshack program is complete for this year. Stay tuned for next year’s program in Heritage Point.
Community League Day
We celebrate Community League Day every September with a family friendly event. It is a great day for the community to gather and have fun together.
Past year’s events have included movies, bouncy castles, games, prizes, food and membership sales.
Join us annually for Community League Day in September. See our events page for all the details.
Southwest Edmonton Seniors Association
The Southwest Edmonton Seniors Association (SWESA) is the newest of Edmonton’s Senior Districts. SWESA offers many great weekly programs as well as exciting guest speakers. SWESA also has a dynamic Home Supports Program which coordinates services for the community, including snow removal, yard work, housekeeping and minor repairs. The association uses the Yellowbird East Community Centre for most of is progamming and makes use of some space at the Terwillegar Recreation Centre. SWESA membership is available to those who are 55+.
Green & Gold Community Garden
The Green & Gold Community Garden, on the University of Alberta South Campus, is a project of the University’s Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences. Volunteers manage the garden and all of their time, and most of the seeds, plants and equipment used are donated.
All are welcome to volunteer at the garden or to purchase produce at the garden markets when they open (in late June or early July).
The vegetables, herbs and flowers are all “spray-free” (no pesticides or artificial fertilizers are used). All proceeds from produce sales – that’s 100% – goes to the Tubahumurize Association. A non-profit organization in Rwanda, it supports and empowers female victims of violence and marginalization through trauma counselling, life-skills coaching, vocational training, and micro-credit loans.