A vibrant community in the heart of Edmonton
Our AGM is going online
We're thrilled to set a new date for our members' annual meeting and to begin the work for programming in the upcoming year.
Eastwood Community League Annual General Meeting
DATE: Tuesday, February 23
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
We'll be reviewing the past year with all its challenges, and taking a look at what's coming up for us and our community. Watch for an invitation for the video-conference link in the coming two weeks.
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.
We're making a mosaic tile mural and need your help!
We'll be following all COVID-19 precautions.
We've been approved a grant from the City of Edmonton to offer free snow removal this winter. If you are a senior or a person with limited mobility, we're taking applications.
Enrollment will be limited, so apply early.
We're adding a mural to the exterior of Eastwood hall.
We need hands-on people to work with our artist to make it happen.
Workshops are happening February through April.
If you'd like to help create the design or assemble the actual mural, get in touch with us at or 780-477-2354.
We're looking for new board members
Our board has a vacancy for the following positions:
Being on a community league board is a great way to contribute to your community. Many of Edmonton's ward councillours and even our mayor started out as board members with their community league.
Open new doors, be part of your community league's board!
Send us a brief resumé or get in touch at 780.477.2354 or
We've been named one of the Best in Edmonton!
The Best of Edmonton has named Eastwood Community League as one of Edmonton's favourite community centres. The Best of Edmonton is your guide to finding the best of anything, in any industry in the city.
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!
Enjoy skating? Come out and enjoy our staffed, full-size outdoor boarded hockey rink.
The rink is open. Please note that while the ice surface will be open, the rink building is temporarily closed, as per government regulations. Parent supervision is required.
All restrictions due to COVID-19 will be in place.
The rink is closed if temperature reaches -23⁰ C
NOTE: Due to the Alberta government's emergency order, we will only be offering public, drop-in skating at this time. We regret that the government has temporarily cancelled team sports, including shinny hockey. Stay tuned for more updates as they arise.
Address: Eastwood Community Rink -11903 86 St.
Wed/Thur/Friday: 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sat: 11 AM – 9 PM
Sun: 11 AM – 9 PM
Whether to bring some peace to a hectic life or to cultivate our inherent wisdom and compassion, everyone is welcome. Meditation led by Kate Wilson, who has thirteen years of experience in Zen based meditation.
Members may bring a cushion, mat, and warm blanket. Loose clothing recommended. We have cushions for those who need one.
NOTE: Meditation is temporarily on hold, as per government closure of all community halls.
Every Monday at 6:30 PM
Eastwood Community Hall - Main Floor
Snow Removal (apply by email or phone)
If you're an Eastwood resident who is a senior (65+) or person with limited mobility, you can register for free snow removal.
To apply: Provide us with your full name, street address, email and phone number, and whether you're applying as a senior or as a person with limited mobility.
Please also let us know on what part of your property you need snow removal. For example, your yard walkway, the street sidewalk in front of your house, the walkway to your garage.
ETown Vocal Music Society Lessons (payment required)
Interested in learning how to sing better with professional voice coaches? 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 www.etownvms.com
Sessions are currently on hold, in light of COVID-19 restrictions.
ETown Minors (for youth): Thursdays, 6:00 to 8:00 PM
ETown Augmented (for Adults): Thursdays, 7:00 to 9:30 PM
Sarah McLachlan School of Music
The Sarah McLachlan School of Music is all about utilizing music as a point of connection to engage, inspire and mentor youth who are facing barriers that prevent them from achieving their full potential.
The program is completely free for our students. Sessions are during after-school hours, either in-person at the Eastwood Hall or online. Please note that SMSM courses are currently only online.
For more info: visit www.sarahschoolofmusic.com or text ‘info' to 780-920-9222.
Do you have a public or private function that you want to host in Eastwood? Welcome to our newly renovated hall.
Main Floor: $40 per hour or $200 per day
Basement: $30 per hour or $150 per day
Main Floor and Basement: $250 for both the main floor and basement per day on a weekend
$200 damage deposit payable upon booking that is refunded within 30 days of your event with all clean-up requirements me
Eastwood Community League Members receive a 25% discount for rental of the hall. Damage deposit is not deductible.
Hall can be rented out from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. every day
Our rink has an outdoor PA system with two directional speakers. Plug in your iPod, link to your playlist or skate to your favourite radio station!
$40 per hour
To rent our facilities:
*NOTE: Our rink can be rented for a group-maximum of 10 people. Hall rentals are on hold until government restrictions are lifted.
Stronger, mandatory public health measures have been announced. Effective January 12, all indoor social gatherings – public and private – are prohibited. Outdoor social gatherings are limited to 10 people. Other new restrictions are in place until further notice.
We're making the following adjustments:
Our community hall is closed to the public for in-person services and for board meetings
Public skating at our outdoor rink will continue with limited capacity, which includes a max of 25 people for free-skate (10 people per cohort), no team sports such as shinny hockey and temporary closure of the rink building
Eastwood Community League is still in working mode, and taking all messages, phone calls and requests
AHS is asking that residents limit the number of their cohorts to 3. For most people this means their household, their school and a program such as yoga or a sports team.
For information on the current guidelines:
SIGN UP FOR A MEMBERSHIP
MEMBERSHIPS ARE FREE!
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.
Membership cards are available at the Hall.
Call 780.477.2354 or send an email to to sign up for a membership.
Participate in Eastwood Community League meetings and vote at AGM
Eastwood Community Rink
Skating in the winter
Community Garden in the summer
Discounts with select businesses along 118th Ave
Receive regular updates on Eastwood Community League events
Free family swimming on Saturdays from 5 to 7 pm at Commonwealth Recreation Centre
(Commonwealth Rec Centre pool is currently closed due to COVID-19. Watch for updates.)
20% Discount at all Edmonton Recreation Centres
Office Hours: Mondays from 2 to 6 pm
(other than major holidays)
Please call ahead to make an appointment
ADDRESS: 11803 86 ST NW, EDMONTON, AB T5B 3J9
TEL: 780.477.2354 |