As Bonnie Doon plans to launch its Abundant Communities effort, CTV put together this story of the program working in the Boyle Street community.
Our online survey is ready & waiting for you to express your preference re Bonnie Doon's new Streetlights, to be installed from 2015 through 2017. The choice of streetlights can affect our property values and our property taxes, so please complete the survey.
For more information about the choices for our new streetlights, see this City brochure.
Thanks to Barret, Lindsay and Carol for their work on our Decorative Streetlight Committee. If you want to offer a more detailed opinion than can fit within the survey, please email email@example.com.
The French Quarter Farmers' Market is back for its second season! Located in La Cité Francophone, 8527 91 Street, the market is open Sundays from noon until 4 p.m.
As more vendors become available to join in the early weeks of spring, more varieties of fresh foods will be available.
Above its goal to represent its communities' and vendors' passion for food, this community market will do what it can to support local non-profit initiatives and culture promoting initiatives. Over the summer, limited numbers of non-food vendors will pop up now and then to represent charitable and not for profit efforts.
Young families can expect a comfortable atmosphere as always, removed from street traffic and with a beautiful green terrace, your new local market has balloon art and crayons coloring at the Kid's Corner next to the information tent. Free face painting will start in June.
There will be live music every week as well.
Join us for our next Games Night! Community league members and their guests are invited to a fun informal evening the last Sunday of the month. We'll have games on hand, but if there's something you love to play, bring it along!
Date: Sunday, May 25
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Bonnie Doon Community League Hall (9240 - 93 st).
You’re welcome to bring snacks and non-alcoholic beverages, but please leave the kiddies at home. RSVP Suzi Radke at firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to come or for more event details.
The Green Shack Playground Program in Bonnie Doon is gearing up for another summer. The program gives kids between the ages of six and twelve a chance to join in games, sports, crafts, music, drama and special events. Children under the age of six are welcome as well but must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times.
The fun starts at Bonnie Doon Park on July 2, 2014. Green Shack Playground Programs will be offered from 10:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. They will run until August 22.
The Green Shack Playground Program is free.
Programs are led by staff who:
• Ensure participants play safely; parents are responsible for their children at all times and must be available in the event of an emergency.
• Are easily identifiable by their blue shirts and name tags.
• May be assisted by volunteer Leaders in Training.
• Have completed a Security Clearance process, are trained in First Aid and are certified specialists in FUN!
Programming is still available on rainy days but will be cancelled during severely inclement weather.
The City of Edmonton extends thanks to all of our partners who contribute to the Green Shack Playground Program. Special thanks to Community Leagues for the use of facilities and assistance in funding.
For complete neighbourhood Green Shack listings, please refer
to the 2014 Community Summer Drop-in Programs guide, call
311 or visit HERE.
Children are free to come and go as they please from our Green Shack Programs. Families seeking more formalized supervision are encouraged to register in one of the exciting Day Camp Programs listed in Community Summer Programs Guide located HERE. Information is also available at the City of Edmonton Day-camp site.
Bonnie Fest is an outdoor festival that gives people and organizations a chance to meet and connect with each other. Started in 2010, Bonnie Fest continues to grow and evolve yet remain strong to its roots within the community and remains one of the few Bilingual festivals in the city.
Bonnie Fest is gearing up for another year!
Date: Saturday, June 7, 2014
Time: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: On 86 Avenue, between 91st and 93 Street
Bonnie Fest will feature:
Rutherford School will visit Bonnie Doon homes Saturday, May 10, to collect bottles and milk/juice containers. All proceeds will be used to fund Whole School Special Events.
Please place your donation at your front door by 9:00 am Saturday, clearly marked Rutherford School. You can also drop off your donation at Rutherford School, 8620 91 Street, between 10:00 am and 12:00 noon.
Whether you're a parent looking for a babysitter or a babysitter looking for work, you will be interested in the "Meet a Babysitter Night".
Date:: Thursday June 5, 2014
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Location: Holyrood Community League Hall, 9411 Holyrood Road
Looking for a babysitter?
It’s a night for parents and babysitters to meet each other and find a good fit! There will be toys out, so you can bring your children to play and meet as well.
Looking for Babysitting Work?
This is the place to meet parents and kids in the Holyrood area that need babysitters. All you will need is permission from your parents, your contact information and to bring some written information about yourself. Interested babysitters can contact Andrew Hoskins at email@example.com for more information on how to participate.
A huge thank you to Holyrood Community League for organizing "Meet a Babysitter Night" and for opening it to Bonnie Dooners!
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Edmonton is working on a concept planning project for the reconstruction of 90 Avenue from 75 Street to 85 Street (traffic circle). Bonnie Doon residents are invited to an open house on the project.
Date: Thursday, May 22, 2014
Time: 4:00 - 7:00 pm
Location: Vimy Ridge Academy (8205 - 90 Avenue)
This will be a drop in style open house, with opportunities for residents and other interested parties to discuss the concept plan with project team members, and provide input which will help inform the final design of the plan.
The project website offers additional project details, and may be found at:http://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/road_projects/90-avenue-reconstruction.aspx.
Opus@12 is a free lunch-hour chamber concert series held in the foyer of Cite Francophone every other month from September through May, usually the third Friday of the month. The last concert of the season is Friday, May 23. Bring your lunch or pick something up at Cafe Bicyclette.
For more information, please visit http://opus12.ca/.
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