Community Leagues and Related Links
Argyll Centre (EPSB – Home-based learning)
Braemar School (EPSB)
Clara Tyner Elementary (EPSB)
The King’s University College – King’s is a Christian Liberal Arts University that offers fully accredited and nationally recognized degrees in the faculties of Arts, Sciences, Commerce, Music and Education. The school offers an excellent, dynamic campus visit program in order to learn more first hand. For more information, contact Enrollment Services at email@example.com or by phone at (780)465-8334.
Ottewell Jr. High (EPSB)
Ottewell Playschool in Braemar (Community-based Playschool)
St. Brendan Elementary (ECSD)
Gabriela Mistral Latin American School – Located at Braemar School, Gabriela Mistral Latin American School has taught Spanish to children and adults since 1987. Please visit http://www.gabrielamistralschool.ca/ for more information.
Community Businesses and Organizations
The Capilano Farmers Market – open every Saturday from 9:30 – 4:00. The Market offers:
- Fresh Produce
- Homemade Treats
- Cultural Foods
- Baked Goods and much more
The Market is located indoors and year-round in the Capilano Mall (5004 98 Ave) between Albert’s Restaurant and TD Bank. Come and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of the market while supporting local business.
Champions Gymnastics – Champions Gymnastics offers recreational classes for all ages (from 4 months to adults), as well as competitive gymnastics, school field trips, birthday parties, sleepovers, camps and more!
Chargers Football Club – Contact (780)462-5738
Dance Experience – Classes are offered in Creative, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Lyrical, Hip Hop and Musical Theatre mainly for dancers aged 3 to 17. Adult classes are also available. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (780)450-0812.
Edmonton Sport Council is a non-profit society serving and representing the sport, active recreation and active living community. Our vision is “Edmontonians living active for life” and to this end we endeavor to collaborate with partners in a coordinated system to advance sport, active living and active recreation for all Edmontonians.
Edmonton Youth Basketball Association – (780)-492-7817
Girl Guides – Girl Guides of Canada is the leadership organization of choice for females in Canada, offering members the experience of a lifetime. For girls, Guiding is an accepting environment with diverse, exciting programs and activities that offer the chance to discover new interests, learn valuable leadership skills and make lasting friendships. For women, Guiding is a chance to be part of their community by helping girls develop their potential. For more information, contact Beverly Wilson at email@example.com or by phone at (780)469-8155.
Music for Young Children – Held at St. Brendan Elementary School; contact Wendy Chorley at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (780)916-2086.
North SEERA Hockey – Contact (780)463-5736.
Ottewell Scout Group – Males and females between the ages 5 to 26 years that are interested in active, varied programs can participate in Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Ventures, and Rovers. Younger youth meet on Mondays from September to May. Older youth programs are year-round (September to September). Adults wishing to volunteer may apply. For more information, contact Barb at (780)465-5834, Corinne at (780)471-6866 or Glen at (780)462-5334.
Shintani World Congress of Alberta Karate – The Shintani World Congress of Alberta Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of Wado Kai Karate. We believe that karate is an enjoyable life-long activity for all. It is a martial art that develops character, mental and physical wellness, and provides individuals and families an excellent recreational opportunity. For more information, contact Mario Salazar at (780) 920-6511 or email@example.com.
South Edmonton Warriors Lacrosse – (780) 462 – 2307