We're live! sort of.

At long last our website is finally up and running! Of course there's still some work to do, but for now here we are with the internet. Big shout out to Keith for his amazing work with everything you see here. From here on this blog will be updated with... updates, and other things in regards to the community and its neighbors within the city. Cheers!


Not many things elicit sky-high exuberance from kids like a good old fashioned summer festival. But then there is K-days. K-days, if you haven't been, is amazing! Food, rides, music, activities and more. You have to experience it to believe it. So why not come out this summer. And don't forget to bring the kids!

Eastwood Development

2017 is an exciting time to be a resident of Edmonton, and especially a resident of a rich and dynamic neighbourhood like Eastwood! The question often arises around the city - "how are the mature neighbourhoods doing?". While I can't speak for other neighbourhoods, I can speak to Eastwood. Positive development is happening at Eastwood! From the various renewal projects along 118 Ave over the last few years, to responsible residential infill development, to newer parks, things are booming! As an example, I recently asked the owner of a new cafe which opened on 118 Ave and 87 St how business was going. She told me that in the first 3 months of business, she was overwhelmed with the response (a



Eastwood Community Hall is temporarily closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in accordance with the City of Edmonton and Government of Alberta guidelines

Project Joy is an initiative to collect gently used tech to donate to seniors facilities in Spruce Grove, Edmonton, St. Albert and Sherwood Park. It is to help seniors connect with their loved ones with video chat while they endure Covid-19 restrictions on visits. Check those drawers for unused devices! For more information go to


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