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A vibrant community in the heart of Edmonton

Welcome to Eastwood, a vibrant community conveniently located close to Edmonton's downtown core and its picturesque river valley.


A historic and beautiful neighbourhood with mature elm and ash trees adding to the greenery of our walkable residential streets, Eastwood is full of character and home to some of Edmonton's best local dining and festival experiences.

Our neighbourhood also has several parks and schools, making it ideal for families. And Eastwood's central location makes it easy to connect to major roads and public transit, including LRT.

Our community league is guided by volunteers who live and work in the neighbourhood. Our community is your community! Attend one of our events, become a member or volunteer with us - we'd love to get to know you.


We acknowledge that the land on which we are located is Treaty 6 territory and

a traditional meeting ground and home for many Indigenous peoples, including Cree, Saulteaux, Niitsitapi, Métis and Nakota Sioux Peoples. 

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Edmonton Mennonite Center For Newcomers has some videos on their YouTube page for newcomers to Edmonton:

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The Youth Outdoor Hockey
Program is back for a third year!

Sessions are available for kids aged 5-12. 

All skill levels are welcome.

Eastwood, Delton, Spruce Avenue, Parkdale/Cromdale and Macauley rinks are participating.

For more information, call the League office.


About Eastwood and

Eastwood Community League

Development in Eastwood began in 1906, making it one of Edmonton's oldest neighbourhoods. After WWII, as Edmonton became an important centre of industry, commerce, and a gateway to the North, Eastwood and adjacent neighbourhoods grew rapidly and contained a healthy mix of residential and commercial development.

As the city initially expanded suburban development, it was common for families to leave core neighbourhoods like Eastwood and relocate to these new, modern locales. However, as the decades have passed, this trend has reversed. Many people are now seeking out our community because of its character, history, and central location. 

Today, revitalization efforts and renewed investment from homeowners and commercial stakeholders have reinvigorated this historical community. Eastwood is being rediscovered by Edmontonians as a fantastic place to live and grow a family!

Eastwood Community League was established in 1923, and has a long history of community-building and engagement. Our goal is to build a sense of community among Eastwood neighbours, and to build support for our local businesses. So, join us at one of our events, eat at a local restaurant, or invite your neighbour over for a barbeque. 

After all, this is Eastwood. It's your neighbourhood, and it's a great place to live!

Eastwood Programs

ETown Vocal Music Society  Lessons (payment required)


Interested in singing better with professional voice coaches? Want to learn contemporary pop tunes? We warmly invite you to develop the vocalist within you! Youth, ages 12 - 18, can drop-in on Thursday nights at 6 PM, to check out the program.

Eastwood members will receive a 50% discount for the class, and Eastwood youth will be eligible for a full scholarship. Register for the program at

ETown Minors (for youth): Thursdays, 6:30 to 9:30 PM

ETown Augmented (for Adults): Thursdays, 7:00 to 9:30  PM

Wandering Woolies

Kneedles and Yarn

We're a group of fabric and craft enthusiasts who get together once a week to share ideas and work on our projects!

We love to knit, crochet and build anything made of fibre, from wool to cotton and beyond, or do any kind of art. 

Come join us at Eastwood Community hall, 11803 86 St

Saturdays, 2 - 4:30 pm

Sometimes we gather at a different location,  because we're the Wandering Woolies!


Do you have a public or private function that you want to host in Eastwood? Welcome to our newly renovated hall.


  • Main Floor: $60 per hour or $300 per day

  • Basement: $40 per hour or $150 per day

  • $200 damage deposit payable upon booking that is refunded within 14 days of your event with all clean-up requirements met. Damage deposit is not deductible.

  • Eastwood Community League Members who live in the neighbourhood receive a 25% discount for rental of the hall.

  • Hall can be rented out from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. every day 


Our rink space has an outdoor PA system with two directional speakers. Plug in your iPod, link to your playlist or enjoy your favourite radio station!

The rink building is a fully functioning facility, with bathrooms, water fountain, kitchen and change rooms.

  • $80 per hour

  • $400 per day

For more information:





Becoming a member of the Eastwood Community League is a great way to connect with your neighbours, stay informed about the latest events, and get some good deals.

To sign up for a membership, click here or call the office at (780) 477-2354.

Participate in Eastwood Community League meetings and vote at AGM

Eastwood Community Rink 

  • Skating in the winter

  • Community Garden in the summer

Discounts on monthly and annual passes at any City fitness facility. 

Find out more here.

Get regular updates on Eastwood Community League events

Free family swimming

Saturdays from 3 to 5 pm at Commonwealth Recreation Centre or Eastglen Pool, at 11410 68 St NW

For more information




Office Hours: Mondays from 2 to 6 pm

 (other than major holidays)

Please call ahead to make an appointment


TEL: 780.477.2354  |

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