— Downtown Edmonton Community League Update —

DECL: Fall Events 2019

DECL Community Space, 10042 103 St.

URBAN KIDS PLAYGROUP
Every Friday, 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Urban Kids Playgroup for downtown parents and kids 0-5 years of age! Join us for snacks and free coffee.
DECL Community Space, 10042 103 St NW

CORNFEST 2019
September 14, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Join us for free local corn-on-the-cob and all the fixings, music, and activities for kids. The community garden will also be open for folks to explore and our membership committee will be available to renew your annual DECL membership.
Alex Decoteau Park

DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING
Last Thursday of the month, 7 p.m.
Join us in discussion on the latest development proposals and city planning.
DECL Community Space, 10042 103 St NW

HALLOWEEN POTLUCK
October 31, 6 p.m.
Join us for a potluck and Halloween activities. Watch for details on our Facebook page.
DECL Community Space, 10042 103 St NW

PROGRAMS AND EVENTS COMMITTEE MEETING
First Wednesday of the month, 7 p.m.
Join us to discuss and plan our downtown programming and events. Please email programs@decl.org if you plan to attend.
DECL Community Space, 10042 103 St NW or other locations when required

THE ANNUAL DECL HOLIDAY MIXER
December 12, 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Come celebrate the season with your Downtown neighbours, partners and supporters! Light refreshments and beverages will be served, cash bar available. Watch for additional details on our Facebook page.
DECL Community Space, 10042 103 St NW


Downtown Edmonton Community League
10042 103 Avenue Edmonton, AB, T5J 0X2
web: decl.org
e: info@decl.org
Facebook: DECLorg
Twitter: @DECLorg
Instagram: @declorg

DECL board of directors: Chris Buyze (President), Laurissa Kalinowsky (VP), Glenn Rowbottom (Treasurer), Rainer Kocsis (Secretary), Jason Gold, Christie Lutsiak, Michelle McGuiness, Fardoussa Omar, Cheryl Probert, Tim Schneider, Cameron Smithers, Bronte Valk, Xiaosu Zeng


What’s a Community League?
Community Leagues are unique to Edmonton. They’re inclusive, grass- roots, community-based organizations found in each of this city’s 150-plus neighbourhoods. They facilitate healthy, safe, informed and connected communities by promoting participation in recreation, social activities and civic advocacy at the sidewalk level. They’re volunteer-run and promote volunteerism because getting involved is a great way to learn more about your neighbourhood and city. It’s also a fantastic opportunity to learn valuable professional skills, meet your neighbours and have fun. Join the movement today!