Free outdoor concert for the neighborhood in the small park on 92A Ave between 69th and 70th.
We’re planning to play in the green space on August 19 at 8pm.
We’re all members of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and we’ve been playing in communities all over the city.
Bring you Lawn Chairs, enjoy the music.
The Neighborhood Empowerment Team (NET) will be doing a community safety presentation in our Community
Thursday September 17, at 7pm
In the OCL Park so Bring your Lawn Chair/s.
NET is a collaborative partnership between the City of Edmonton, Edmonton Police Service, The Family Centre, and United Way Capital Region. They work in partnership with communities like ours to address crime and social disorder concerns.
The community safety presentation will focus on crime prevention and reduction, with particular emphasis on how we can protect our homes, our property, and our community. The Youth Liaison (Lane) will also be there to connect with and engage with youth. Lane will have conversations with the youth around what makes them feel safe and unsafe in their community, and what changes could be made to make it better.
Let’s encourage our youth to participate and let us all come out in our numbers. Bring your Lawn Chair/s, we will be meeting in the OCL park practicing physical distancing.
Community Safety Liaison-Southeast Neighborhood Empowerment Team Safe & Healthy Communities CITIZEN SERVICES | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Bingo is Back, consider supporting your community event. OCL has 4 listed dates…
- October 5, 2020
- March 14 2021
- May 22, 2021
- June 11, 2021
With COVID only 132 customers will be allowed in the hall at any time as that is how many can be seated 6 ft apart. To check out all other specifics contact Parkway Bingo Hall.
Ottewell Community League Board would like to show how much we appreciate our community members!
We are hosting a Community Bloom Contest!
You have been working in your yards, providing beautiful colors for all of us on our daily walks. We would like to remind you to submit pictures of your hard work for our Community in Bloom contest! Gift certificates will be provided by Ottewell Artisan Farmers Market. Shop and support local businesses.
Email a picture of your yard project to email@example.com and tell us what you did to enhance your space. We will post all winners on our website/facebook, and SEV pages. Gift Certificates will be provided by Ottewell Artisan Farmers’ Market.
Please shop and support local business!
Ever wonder what it would be like to have a picture in front of the World’s Largest Perogy, or take a bite the World’s Largest Sausage, or stand on the UFO Landing Pad? Would you be surprised to know that you could travel to six of the world’s largest monuments in a day trip?
Start out by traveling to Vegreville, driving east on Highway 16 to see the World’s largest Pysanka (Easter egg) and take a photo. Then head to St Paul to visit the UFO Landing Pad and have a little lunch. Then take a quick 20-minute drive northeast to Glendon, where you can see the World’s Largest Perogy. Head back west on Highway 28 and stop in Vilna and see the beautiful World’s Largest Mushrooms, have a little ice cream, then on to Andrew to visit the World’s Largest Mallard Duck. Carry on to your final stop at Mundare to see the World’s Largest Ring of Sausage – home of Stawnichy Meats. One mile further north and you are back on highway 16 west back into Edmonton.
Have a fun memorable day taking pictures with all the northeastern Alberta giants. Who knew we had all these great things right in our backyard!
Stay-cations: What are you doing this summer?
With no festivals, summer concerts, or professional sports, this summer will look very different. What are your summer plans? Share with us, as inquiring minds want to know how to plan for a vacation at home. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your stay-cation tips.