Join us and meet some more of your neighbours! McLeod Community League is a non-profit, volunteer group that provides multi-generational programming, activities and events for our diverse neighbourhoods.
Comprised of 18,000 people living in the communities of McLeod, Matt Berry/McLeod Park, Hollick-Kenyon, Miller, and Casselman, we offer year-round opportunities for active living and socializing with neighbours.
3-on-3 hockey tournament
Multi-use trails with benches for biking, walking and jogging
4 parks with sports fields and playgrounds for the grandchildren
New release movie nights
K-Days pancake breakfast
Membership provides free access to a large rec centre on Saturdays (track, fitness equipment, pool, sauna, hot tub), and some swim times at Londonderry, O’Leary and Grand Trunk pools.
Seniors are also welcome to fill a vacant board position, especially if you’re a person who likes to meet new people and get an overall idea of community activities. It would be a chance to keep your professional skills in shape, or reach for some new personal goals. If you’d like to gain some new skills, we offer mentorship and free board training.
To get your feet wet, you're welcome to attend a few meetings, or volunteer to help with a small project. Is there a new program you’d like to initiate and lead? We’re very flexible in accommodating our community helpers.
For up-to-date event information and to learn more about us:
Facebook: McLeod Community League
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McLeod strives to do events and programming for all ages. We are happy to be included with other organizations who promote arts, fitness, technology, health, and recreational activities for adults 55+.
North Edmonton Seniors Association:
Our neighbourhood is very well served out of the North Edmonton Seniors Association at 7524-139 Avenue. They provide both programming & social activities, and health & services assistance.
Northgate Lions Recreation Centre
Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council:
A searchable form of the program directory is available at www.seniorscouncil.net/programs. To order print copies of the directory,
780-423-5635 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Edmonton Lifelong Learners Association (ELLA):
“ELLA partners with the University of Alberta, Faculty of Extension to offer a 3-week program of topical and enlightening courses in the arts, fine arts, sciences, humanities and wellness. There are no prerequisites, exams or homework and the program is very affordable with bursaries if needed. Spring session is for adults over 50 and emphasizes learning in a comfortable environment, lively discussion and the opportunity to meet new people.”
Age Friendly Edmonton:
City of Edmonton
Call 311 or www.edmonton.ca