The Community of Lendrum Place

a vibrant, diverse community where neighbours share & connect

Casino Volunteers - Thank you

Thank you to this year's Casino Volunteers and to Louise Bhavsar, Lendrum's Casino Coordinator
for volunteering at the LCL Casino on January 19 and 20th.

Free Drop-In Learn to Skate

January 11 - February 15
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Lendrum Park

Bring your skates and a CSA approved helmet.

See Poster for Details

Or visit
   Learn to Skate - Drop-in Programs :: City of Edmonton

Headlines & Happenings

LCL meeting FEb 3 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

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

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

Tuesday, January 21, 2020
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Telus Centre 111 Street 87 Avenue Northwest in Room 134
Award-winning documentary that explores the prosecution of and hatred toward seal hunters, for practicing traditional rituals.
  Details and Registration

Saturday, February 15, 2020
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
ETLC 116 Street
A DiscoverE event where you can preview some of the camps and activities we are offering during our summer camps in 2020! Register for FREE.
  DiscoverE Summer Camp Preview 2020

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).
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

Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Triffo Theatre #11-130 at 11110 104 Avenue NW MacEwan University
Join us to hear from Alberta's Greenest communities: why going green is so important, what these places have accomplished, how they did it, and what's next.
  Info and Registration

Saturday, January 25, 2020
12:00 Noon - 4:00 PM
Edmonton's Food Bank Annex at 11434 120 Street
The basics of how a utility-tie solar system works, and the steps needed to develop a project. This event is for affordable housing providers, community groups and anyone interested in developing a community or individual solar project.
  Options to go Solar - Info and Registration
South West Ski Fest
Saturday, January 25 from 11:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Royal Gardens Community League
Have a go at cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Explore local ski trails.
Free equipment for all ages. Helpful tips!
  South West Area Council

Monday, February 10, 2020
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
MacEwan University @ 10910 104 Ave in the Robbins Health Learning Centre, Room 9-323, Kule Theatre
Greg's Wings film screening and panel discussion will involve health professionals, students, patients and the general public in a dialogue about the critical importance of a patient-focused approach to patient safety and healthcare safety. This event is free for all attendees--please register in advance of attending.
  Greg's Wings Film Screening

U of A researchers are currently undertaking a study to understand neighbourhood environments in northern cities, and how these environments impact the lives of senior residents.The study involves a 10-15 minute survey. Participants must be 65 or older.
  Link to more information and Survey
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
For the months of January and February, the City is offering a Winter How To at the Green Shack Program! Get active this winter and learn to kicksled, snowshoe, cook outdoors and so much more! These Winter Green Shack programs are available in our neighbouring communities on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3:30 - 6 PM and on Saturdays 1:00 - 5 PM
Jan 4 - 31 in Lansdowne
Jan 4 - 31 in Windsor Park
Feb 1 - 28 in Strathcona

  Green Shack Dates and Times - City Wide
City-operated ice surfaces are maintained and monitored on a daily basis. Check outdoor ice status and conditions before visiting your favourite City Park location.
  Outdoor Skating & Ice Rinks
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

Seniors Public Engagement

Attend a Community Engagement Session - RSVP by January 23

The City wants to ensure that current and future Edmontonians aged 55+ have access to diverse and inclusive programs, services and activities to support healthy aging and that the City uses resources to effectively support these goals.

  Seniors Public Engagement :: City of Edmonton

Of the three sessions offered, the closest to Lendrum is on:
Wednesday January 29, 2020 from 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Mill Woods Seniors and Multicultural Centre, 2nd Floor
2610 Hewes Way (above Mill Woods Public Library)
Please, RSVP by January 23 to or call 780.496.5805.

Women's Advocacy Voice of Edmonton Committee
2020-2022 Term Recruitment
6 Vacancies

 The Women's Advocacy Voice of Edmonton (WAVE) Committee provides Council with advice on affairs relevant to municipal jurisdiction.
The mandate of the Committee is to make recommendations to City Council about women’s gender-based issues and opportunities in relation to Council policies, priorities and decisions; promote leadership development to empower Edmonton women to fully participate in civic life, plus research and provide information and resources about women’s gender based issues to Edmontonians.
View the full  WAVE Recruitment Profile for more information and  Apply Online by February 2.

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