The Community of Lendrum Place

a vibrant, diverse community where neighbours share & connect

Casino volunteers needed, sign up by Nov 19

  Link for the Casino Sign-up.
Volunteer for the Lendrum Community League Casino Scheduled for January 19 & 20 @ Pure Casino on Argyll Road. We must have the minimum number of volunteers signed up by Tuesday, November 19, 2019 in order to keep our casino dates. Details at LCL Casino or please contact Louise Bhavsar, Lendrum's Casino Coordinator at casino@lendrum.org

Chili Cook Off Nov 16
Chili Cook Off
Saturday, November 16, 2019
5:00 - 7:00 PM @ the Hall
Pottery Sale Nov 30 at the Hall starting at 10
Lendrum Pottery Group - Pottery Sale
Saturday, November 30, 2019
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ the Hall

Headlines & Happenings

LCL meeting Dec 2 at 7PM at the Community Hall

Everyone is Welcome! There are a number of Vacant positions that need to be filled.
Please send Agenda items to secretary@lendrum.org


Volunteer in your community.
  • Vice President
  • Athletic Park
  • Fundraising
  • Board Members at Large are always welcome.

Please email secretary@lendrum.org
For a complete listing of all positions visit: Lendrum Community League - Executive & Coordinators
The Lendrum Community League is asking for Lendrum residents with
   ProServe Certification
to consider volunteering their time at our community events.
Modelled after the hit TV show Dragons’ Den, EcoPitch invites youth to present their environmental dream project to a panel of eco-celebrity judges.   EcoPitch - Alberta Emerald Foundation
Métis Week is an opportunity for the Métis in Alberta to share their stories, history, and culture with the rest of the world. We welcome everyone to join us throughout the week to help us commemorate and celebrate the life of Louis Riel, our history, and our contributions to Canada.   Métis Week
Science in the Cinema presents About A Boy
Thursday, November 14, 2019
6:30 pm – 9:00 PM
Metro Cinema at the Garneau Theater at 8712 -109 St. NW   About A Boy
Science in the Cinema is sponsored by the Office of Research and Arts & Humanities in Health & Medicine Program in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry at the University of Alberta.
Free - All is Bright Festival
Saturday, Nov 16
4:00 - 8:00 PM
The 124 Street business community invites you to celebrate the coming of the winter season at the annual 'All is Bright on 124' winter festival by l ighting up 124 Street with illumination, live music, street performers, fire dancers, beverage gardens, a children’s activity area, food trucks, s’mores around the fire, sleigh rides, fun winter activities, and more.   All is Bright Festival on 124 Street
Edmonton Public Schools Archives and Museum is hosting the   travelling exhibition Anne Frank — a history for today which explores the life of the 13-year-old girl during the Second World War. The exhibition includes 34 bilingual panels, in English and French, and also details the history of the Holocaust and the experience of Canadian soldiers during the war.

The exhibition is free to attend and will be open to the general public:
Nov 14, 21 & 28 from 3:00 – 7:00 PM
Jan 9, 16, 23 & 30 from 3:00 – 7:00 PM

Edmonton Public Schools Archives & Museum is located in the Historic McKay Avenue School at 10425 - 99 Ave. NW
780-422-1970 or email archivesmuseum@epsb.ca
  Free tickets for Don't Stop Inflammation, Resolve It, a free Public Lecture presented by the Cancer Research Institute of Northern Alberta (CRINA)
Thursday, November 14 from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM @ Katz Group Centre for Pharmacy and Health Research on 87th Avenue and 114th Street in the Allard Family Lecture Theatre Room 1-080
  Free tickets
Sunday, November 17
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Metro Cinema @ 8712 109 Street NW

This concert will feature live Japanese music and arts performances.Free admission to the public. Families welcome.

Thursday, November 28
9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Edmonton Convention Centre at 9797- Jasper Ave NW

The   Festival of Trees is a dazzling Christmas wonderland and showcases more than 200 innovative trees and Christmas displays. All seniors (65 and over) enjoy free admission to the Festival, including the great shops and entertainment, and complimentary coat check. For seniors with limited mobility, vehicles can be pulled up to any level so there are no elevators or stairs to negotiate.
Fall & Winter Green Shack programs are available in our neighbouring communities.
Nov 9 - Dec 6 in McKernan
Nov 30 - Dec 21 in Allendale
  Green Shack Dates and Times

All   Toonie Talks are offered at a cost of $2.
Location: Yellowbird East Community Centre at 10710 - 19 Avenue NW
Please RSVP so that presenters can be informed of numbers, accommodate everyone and offer the best experience possible. Call 587-987-3200 to RSVP.

Sponsored by   SouthWest Edmonton Seniors Association (SWESA).
Thursdays @ 6:00 PM
at The Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre (located in the Edmonton Federal Building)


The Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre (located in the Edmonton Federal Building) also offers unique programs throughout the year. All events are open to the public free of charge, though many require pre-registration through Eventbrite
For more details about the events visit    Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre
2nd Wednesday, from August 14 through to January 8
12:10 PM – 12:50 PM
McMullen Gallery, U of A Hospital


A drop-in drum circle with the Friends of University Hospitals' Artists on the Wards Staff Musicians and presented by by Friends of University Hospitals.

Register for your free ticket at    Drum Circle.
For various exhibit dates, visit the    McMullen Gallery Events Calendar.

   The Edmonton Police Service has partnered with Bike Index in attempt to deter bike theft from the moment you purchase your bicycle.

Bike Index is a free web-based platform where you can register your bike with a smartphone or desktop computer. As soon as you purchase your bike, or the moment you read this, you can go to    BikeIndex.org and register your bike.

The City of Edmonton provides wood chips free to citizens for their yards.
Please call 311 to ensure there is an adequate supply before making your trip.

Pick up locations include: Ambleside Eco Station - 14710 Ellerslie Road SW
Visit    Mulch Technique :: City of Edmonton

Mulch is a highly flammable material when dry.
   Free wood mulch from City a fire threat if placed too close to homes | Edmonton Journal

One of 10 benches in Lendrum which is up for City review under the Benchmark program If you are an existing donor, you are asked to contact the Benchmark Program Coordinator at 780-496-1278 or  fill out the online form to receive updates, information and give your current contact information to the City.

Edmonton's official population on April 1, 2019 was 972,223. The population has increased by 72,776 since the last Municipal Census in 2016.
Have a look at our neighbourhood and Ward 10 results.
  2019 Municipal Census Results :: City of Edmonton

Neighbourhood Street Safety Survey

The Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues want to know how improved traffic safety can improve neighbourhood liveability within your community.  This survey will be available from October 15 through November 15. The EFCL will send neighbourhood findings back to Community League presidents by December 1.

Touch the Water Promenade Project

The City is beginning a new concept design for the central stretch of the river valley in 2 distinct project areas: Rossdale and the North Shore. The Project is intended to improve access to and within the river valley.  An online survey is available until November 22, 2019.

University of Alberta
South Campus – Michener Park
Long Range Development Plan Amendment
Open House

Wednesday, November 27, 2019
5:00 – 8:00 PM
Saville Community Sports Centre
Classroom #4 at 11610 - 65th Ave NW

The U of A will be holding a Public Open House that will provide information on the amendment of land use plans (Long Range Development Plan) for the South Campus - Michener Park area.

Your participation is important and we hope to see you at the Open House. If you have any questions, please contact Emily Ball at 780-492-4345 or by email at emily.ball@ualberta.ca

If you are unable to attend, the information presented at the open house will be posted online on November 28, 2019 until December 19, 2019 at  www.uab.ca/community


View the   University of Alberta Long Range Development Plan

Bus Network Redesign

A final proposal to change bus routes in 2020 is now available at the following website:   Bus Network Redesign :: City of Edmonton City council must still approve the final plan.

Edmonton Bike Plan Workshops

Complete the  Online Survey to help the City to set priorities for the Bike Network and related programs.

Community Crime and Safety Survey

crime and safety survey link

Lendrum Community League is working in partnership with the Edmonton Police Service and the City of Edmonton Neighbourhood Empowerment Team to identify community safety concerns.   Community Crime and Safety Survey

Reporting Crime

Crime in Progress - Call the Emergency Number 911.

For suspicious behaviour or a crime that has already happened:

It is important to report suspicious behaviour. This data is collected and may result in more patrols in our neighbourhood.


  Neighbourhood Response - Neighbourhood Empowerment Team :: City of Edmonton is a directory of phone numbers to contact in specific situations. 911 is always the Emergency Number for medical, police and fire.



Protect Your Home - Edmonton Police

Crimes can happen in the middle of the day, when you are at home or away.

  Edmonton Police Service - Neighbourhood Crime Map

  Protecting Your Home - Edmonton Police Service

The sidebar menu contains a wealth of info to review with your family including:
  When a Stranger Comes Knocking - Edmonton Police Service

  Home Security Quiz - Developed by SafeEdmonton

Lendrum Community League
benefits of joining the Lendrum Community League
Abundant Community Lendrum
Link to Capital Region Housing Lendrum Resource Room
popular links to information
Volunteer Opportunities at Telus World of Science Edmonton
Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues
Link to Edmonton Police Neighbourhood Crime Map