The Lendrum Crafters Group welcomes all residents and friends who enjoy doing handicrafts. We meet twice a month and share a potluck lunch at the hall. Bring a project to work on and/or completed projects to share.
Contact: Peggy Folinsbee at 780.436.9322 for more information.
Check out other Community Programs
Monday, June 18 from 7:30 to 9:30 PM at Lendrum Community Hall
The Lendrum Food Network is hosting Mark Stumpf-Allen from the City of
Edmonton's Compost Program on Monday, June 18 from 7:30-9:30 PM
at the Lendrum Community Hall.
Come join us to learn how to make good compost and how compost and mulch impact soil development and growing conditions throughout the seasons.
Participants are asked to bring a pen and also can bring a sample of their soil if desired.
There is no need to be a Food Network member to join us at this event, so please email or call Erin and let her know you are interested in attending so we can have a rough estimate of numbers.
Sunday, June 24 is the date of Lendrum's Annual Book Sale in support of our Spray Park.
If you have any gently used books that you would like to donate to the sale,
OR you would like to volunteer to help set up on Saturday, June 23,
OR you would like to volunteer to help sell books on Sunday, June 24,
Please contact Carolyn at 780-695-3272.
And of course, don't forget to come the Lendrum Community Hall on June 24 from 12 - 4 PM to purchase some good reads for summer!
If you are unable to attend a community workshop,
the City hopes to collect your feedback on the new draft bus network through
their online survey. The online survey will allow you to explore the bus
network and provide us with your ideas of how the draft network could be refined.
Bus Network Redesign Online Survey Open until June 30
2-10 hrs a week depending on the time of year
Mechanical aptitude a must, schedule very flexible
Assist in overseeing our equipment (Mower, Tractor & various equipment)
Will assist Coordinator in maintenance planning and execution
Full details at The Park - Volunteers Needed
Contact Harvey Guhl at email@example.com
Every summer, the English Language School (ELS) at U of A host
hundreds of international students that participate in English Language courses
and cultural activities. For some students, this includes staying with a host family
for a period of time to learn about and gain first-hand experience of life in Canada.
The ELS is looking for people who are interested in hosting these students
who are visiting from other countries.
The ELS provides host families with an honorarium of $850 per month or $28 per night.
To receive more information on becoming a host family this summer, please contact Trudy Stevens, Homestay Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 780-492-0071
The market garden should be up and running in early July.
In honour of the 10th anniversary, they will have a number of special events open to the public.
Visit Green & Gold Garden - A Local Garden with Global Impact for opening date and market hours and further details.
Play Sports Alberta; Volleyball Alberta, Basketball Alberta, and Alberta Soccer Association are offering multi-sport co-ed camps for children ages 6-12 years old in July and August. Camps are located at Saville Community Sports Centre
Julie has always been an avid volunteer with the LCL - organizing bottle drives, fundraisers & various social events. Watch for more info on the upcoming Community Summer BBQ on June 24 and volunteer to help that day.
A warm welcome to Emily and Ted our Newsletter Editors.
Start reading the Lendrum Living Summer Newsletter for 2018.pdf 6.2MB
The next edition of the Lendrum Living Newsletter will be in September 2018.
Until then, have a great summer and enjoy Lendrum Park!
Volunteer in your community.
Contact Gary Goulden, LCL President at 780.450.0927 or email@example.com
For a complete listing of all positions visit: Lendrum Community League - Executive & Coordinators
Catherine Rostron, who coordinated the volunteers & paperwork
for 2014, 2016 & 2018 will be stepping down from this position after the quarter for the
2020 casino has been announced & the necessary paperwork started.
The person filling this role should be well connected in the community to access volunteers, & well organized to complete the paperwork & the volunteer scheduling. The professional casino advisors we have worked with in the past will continue to provide their services to keep everything on task. Catherine will happily brief her replacement(s), & pass on the resources & contact lists that have been developed over the years. Catherine Rostron firstname.lastname@example.org
Read the: EFCL E-News for June 15, 2018
Read the: Park Bench E-News for June 2018
A variety of unique opportunities await you in educational
or ambassador roles as a volunteer staff member at TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE)!
Intake for volunteers is ongoing. A three month committment is requested.
Information on Volunteer positions and shift times is available at Volunteer | Telus World of Science - Edmonton
After selecting a position, please complete the TELUS World of Science - Edmonton Volunteer Application Form
For more details call 780.452.9100 or email email@example.com
Harry Ainlay High School is hosting the Canadian Student Leadership Conference from September 25-29, 2018. They are looking for billet host families for over 750 students from all across Canada. If you are willing to host a few students or know someone who would be interested in this opportunity, please complete the Online Application Form.
For more information, contact Perdeep Dhillon firstname.lastname@example.org
An undergraduate student working with Dr. Jens Walter at the University of Alberta is in the processes of recruiting volunteers for a large clinical trial at the U of A studying how fiber affects our health through affecting the bacteria that live in our gut.
If you would like to get a better idea about the study, watch this Global News interview with Dr. Walter http://globalnews.ca/video/2611931/most-canadians-not-getting-enough-fibre
Visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/uafyber/
Email email@example.com or call 780.492.9506 for details or to volunteer.
Screening Survey is now live! If you are interested in participating in the FYBER Study, take a minute to fill it out. Or even send it to anyone else that might be interested!
Bring your licensed, crated cat into the Animal Care & Control Centre at 13550 - 163 Street
for placement of a microchip during our Microchip Clinics. If you don't have a licence for your cat, you can purchase one that day with proof of ownership.
Clinic take places on the Thursday, June 28 from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Visit Cat Microchip Clinics :: City of Edmonton
If you are unable to attend a community workshop, the City hopes to collect your feedback
on the new draft bus network through their online survey.
The online survey will allow you to explore the bus network and provide us with your ideas of how the draft network could be refined. The online survey will be open until June 30.
Lendrum Community League is considering providing the following programs if there is enough interest. Please send an email to Erin Sawyer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Ukulele Jam
Bring your whole family (or just yourself) and a ukulele to this friendly ukulele class. All ages welcome. Learn how to tune, and to play some singable songs with simple chords and strum patterns No musical experience necessary. We'll do a range of songs from a one chord simple strum, to some more complex pop songs! Ukulele is one of the most popular and accessible instruments to learn. The teacher is Nancy from Nancy's Notes who has been running Lendrum's child music program.
The proposed dates are: Sundays - July 8, 15, 22, 29 and August 12 and 19
Three week pack ($40) or the full six weeks ($80).
Innovation Summer Camp
Lego robotics, water rockets, indoor drone racing, autonomous self driving cars and more!! Experience a series of robotics, coding, engineering and hands on fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) challenges.
Adam Holloway is an experienced high school physics teacher and runs an after school innovation club. Four of the high school students from the club will be working at the camp alongside Adam to facilitate a low ratio and help with trouble shooting.
Open to 11-16 year olds from August 7 - 10, 2018
Cost: $230 per child
Visit Lendrum's Community Programs webpage find other Programs offered during the summer!
The Edmonton Heritage Festival is a three-day event to sample delicious food, see creative performances, and experience Canada's multiculturalism. Entry to the park and all entertainment is free and family friendly. Enjoy the tastes, smells, sights and sounds from 100 countries and cultures at 71 pavilions with free entertainment on more than 25 stages throughout the park.
Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues needs Volunteers at their Booth.
Visit EFCL Loves Edmonton - Volunteer for the EFCL to fill out the Application Form.
Volunteer with the Edmonton Heritage Festival
Each year it takes hundreds of amazing, dedicated, enthusiastic, and hard working volunteers to support the Heritage Festival.
Visit heritagefest2018 | Volunteer to learn more and fill out the Application Form.
A neighbourhood block party is a great opportunity for people to meet and get to know each other.
A permit (free) is required if you are to block off the street or alley from traffic.
LCL Meetings are the First Monday of the Month (except holidays) starting at 7:00 PM at the Lendrum Community Hall.
Everyone is Welcome!
Community League Membership
Valid from Sept. 1st to Aug. 31st.
Family Memberships = $40
Individual & Senior = $25