Happening Now in Your Community:

Baseball!

The Beacon Heights Baseball program is set for another season of fun for boys and girls aged 4 to 12, starting the first week of May 2017.

There are two ways to register this year for baseball programs. The Local community league of Beacon Heights, or at the Northeast Zone Central (NEZ) Registration.  Registration for NEZ baseball in your home community of Beacon Heights at the Jubilee Park Rink Shack:

Monday March 6  7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Monday March 13 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Monday March 27 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Be sure to get all the information and fees on the link above.

Health Basics course:

Practice making small steps that lead to big changes. Learn to choose healthy eating, becoming more active and finding balance in your life. This free 8-week course begins March 31 at Jubilee Park (12037-43 St) run by the Primary Health Network. Fridays from 10:00am-12:00pm. For more information call 780-479-1533.

Rink Hours:

The rink is now open for shinny hockey and recreational skating.  Skating is free for community league members, and is $2/person without membership.  Memberships are only $25/family and also give you access to the Claireview Rec Centre for free swimming.  The rink can be booked after hours; contact Chase Yaremchuk at rink@beaconheightscl.ca or 780.477.2475
Monday closed
Tuesday-Friday 4-9 pm
Saturday 1-7 pm
Sunday 2-5 pm

Spring Green Shack

Beacon Heights will be hosting a Spring Green shack program from April 2-April 26.  The program will be running Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30-6:00, and Sundays from 1:00-4:00.  The program is geared towards 6-12 year olds, however you are more than welcome to join in on the program.

Abundant Community Edmonton (ACE) is here! Welcome to Marie Simon

Abundant-Community-Logo[CMYK-Colour]Beacon Heights Community will be bringing the Abundant Community framework to our neighbourhood.  We are looking for people who are interested in learning more,and engaging as a block connector.  Welcome to Marie Simon as our Neighbourhood Connector.  If you are interested in any of these or just want more information, please contact ace@beaconheightscl.ca.

Abundant Communities Edmonton has been developing in several communities throughout Edmonton – and other cities around Alberta, Canada, US and beyond are starting to pay attention!  We believe this is an opportunity create opportunities of friendliness, lower isolation, and enhance neighbourliness.  We know we want that in Beacon Heights!  We are looking for people who are interested in getting to know the neighbours on their block.  You will not be working alone – especially if knocking on a door intimidates you!  There can be more than one block connector on a block, and in multi-story apartment buildings, we are looking for connectors in each building.  Let’s build a better community!

Learn more about Abundant Community Edmonton here.

 

Newton Seniors Club

Beacon members are welcome to join the Newton Seniors Club.  Meetings are held every month on the second Thursday at 11:00 am at Newton Hall – 5520- 121 Avenue. We have guest speakers relating to Senior topics and happenings in the area. Our birthday club celebrates members birthdays every month. We are planning some trips in the summer as well as some concerts.

Adorable daddy and sonDrop-In Coffee Time

Come visit with your neighbours on Tuesday mornings. 9:30-11:30 at the Jubilee Park rink shack.  Sit on leather couches, sip coffee and connect with community while your kids enjoy the toys and tv.

Urban Poling Group

Our instructor-led walks are finished for the season. Watch in the spring for a new walking schedule. walking@beaconheightscl.ca.

Community Swimming

Swimming is free for Beacon Heights Community League Members is on Saturdays from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at the Clareview Recreation Centre. Just show your Community League membership card and your family will have access to the entire facility with your wrist band.