The Community of Lendrum Place

a vibrant, diverse community where neighbours share & connect

Winter Fair Feb 23 from 12 - 4 Volunteers needed Contact
Volunteers, please contact Georgina at or call Georgina at 780-920-2616.  Visit Winter Fair for full details of the event!   See you there!
Live Active

Lendrum Green Shack

February 29 - March 27 @ the Park
Tuedays & Thursdays:   3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Saturdays:   1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  Green Shack Programs::City of Edmonton

Headlines & Happenings

LCL meeting March 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

We hope you will consider volunteering! Click for descriptions of the following positions:
  • Aging in Place Coordinator
  • Hall Maintenance Volunteer
  • Abundant Community Edmonton Lendrum Coordinator
  • Lendrum Hall Rentals Coordinator
The following positions are also vacant:
  • Vice President
  • Athletic Park Coordinator
  • Fundraising Coordinator
Board Members at Large are always welcome!

If you have questions about any of these positions please feel free to contact Erin at or 587-523-3520.

For a complete listing of all positions visit: Lendrum Community League - Executive & Coordinators

All   Toonie Talks are offered at a cost of $2.
Location: Yellowbird East Community Centre at 10710 - 19 Avenue NW
and also at Blue Quill Community League at 11304 - 25 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).
Saturday, February 22
Grades 1 to 6 events from 9 AM to 1 PM,
Gr 7 to 12 from 1:30 PM to 6 PM

Watch as teams from Grades 1 - 12 compete to solve a series of problem- solving challenges that demonstrate the fun side of engineering and geoscience. APEGA Exhibitors will be onsite with engineering & geoscience displays.
  APEGA Science Olympics

Wednesday, February 26, 6:30-8:00 PM
Westend Seniors Activity Centre (9629 - 176 Street)
$2 for members and non-members
Did you know there are several seniors' benefits you need to apply for BEFORE you turn 65 years of age? Come learn how to access federal and provincial benefits. There will be a Q&A following the presentation. Informative brochures from both levels of government will be given to all attendees. Please note: This is not a financial planning course. Call 780-483-1209 to register.
MEC Edmonton South @ 1624 - 99 St NW offers several free events where you can learn new skills to help you enjoy your time outdoors.
A full listing can be found at   MEC Events
Free sand is available in the sandbox at the Lendrum Community Hall. It is provided during winter weather to use on your icy sidewalks and walkways. Remember to bring your own container when you visit your local community sandbox or Roadway Maintenance Yard. Call 311 if the sandbox is empty; crews fill them as time permits.
Coyote Encounters
If you encounter a coyote, make it feel unwelcome!

You know you make me wanna shout!
Kick my heels up & shout!
Throw my hands up & shout!
Throw my head back & shout!
Come on now shout!
Don't forget to say you will!
Don't forget to say yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!
   The Isley Brothers - Shout


February 1, ETS will implement   Transit Fare changes to all Ticket Pack (10), and Senior Monthly and Annual Bus Passes.

Individuals 65 and older, with an annual income less than $28,513 can apply to receive a free Low Income Annual Transit Pass.

Leadership Training
Start Your Own Urban Poling Group
Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues

Have you heard of urban poling? It's a fun full-body walking workout suitable for all ages! If you'd like to start an urban poling group with your community league, Pole Walking Leadership training is available through the EFCL.
Contact Kim Mah at for more information about how you can get your community walking!

Community Crime and Safety Survey

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. After gathering your information, the partners would like to work with you to find ways to reduce these concerns.   Community Crime and Safety Survey

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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