Come Out Tomorrow evening 6:30 – 9pm and Saturday 9:30 – 1pmBuild – PlantOur New Community Garden – Donate & Volunteer (to build and plant)– Rent A Garden Plot of Your Own –
OUTDOOR SOCCER 2018 (In The Hamptons) A soccer development program for U-4 to U-8 (see website for detailed Sports program philosophy and a comparison of The Hamptons vs EMSA soccer programs) Tentatively: April 23, 2018– June 14, 2018 All play is in The Hamptons Emphasis on skill development and participation Coaches clinics for volunteers Cost $85 to $95 + Volunteer Deposit $50 (refundable by application, upon completion of volunteer commitment) On-Line
Our Annual General Meeting is approaching quickly! This year, the meeting is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 7 PM. The location of the meeting is being finalized, so save the date, and watch this space and our Facebook page at http://facebook.com/TheHamptonsCL One feature of our AGM is the election or re-election of board members. This year, a few positions are available on our board. If
Our two recent tenders for a Sports Coordinator and a Soccer Administrator are now closed. We would like to thank all applicants for their submissions and interest in these two positions.
The Hamptons Community League is proudly looking forward to hosting a Red Cross babysitter certification course coming up on November 7, 2015. Working with our partners, Discovery Land Childcare, we are excited to provide this program for the community at a low cost of only $65 per student including materials, course, and registration fees. The course will run from 9 am to 4 pm. Pre-registration is required. A registration form can
Our Civics Director, Jason, has an update on the status of the connection of 62 Avenue to 215 Street (Winterburn Road) and why 215 Street is currently closed. The connection of 62 Avenue to 215 Street is a developer-funded project which is currently on hold because they are waiting for a utility (power line) to be moved so they can complete the asphalt paving and the concrete work at the
Gym times have been released so we can confirm the dates for the Active After School program. The first module in the program is volleyball and will run on the following dates and times at Sister Annata Brockman School. Grades 3-5 -Tuesdays, 3:05 – 3:50 (October 13, 20, 27, November 3, 17, 24) -Thursdays, 12:05 – 12:5 (October 15, 27, November 5, 12, 19, 26) Grades 5-7 -Wednesdays, 3:05 –
Please join us at The Hamptons Community League Annual General Meeting to hear about our progress over the past year and our plans for the future. You’ll also have an opportunity to join the board of directors. We have a number of positions available. The meeting takes place: Wednesday, October 21 at 7 p.m. Bessie Nichols School
We owe a big thank you to the following people and organizations for supporting our 2015 Picnic by the Ponds and Abundant Communities Lemonade Social. Your support is very much appreciated! Save On Foods Hamptons Market South East Hamptons Home Owners Association CAREIT Urban Deli EFCL City of Edmonton Cannards, Keylors and Sherman’s for providing treats for the Lemonade Social
Do you have a passion for knitting? Love origami? Want to teach others your mad guitar skills? We’re looking for people who have interests or hobbies they’re willing to share with the children in our community. The principal at Sister Annata Brockman School has offered space in the school for non-sport programs, so The Hamptons Community League is looking to expand our Active After School program to include other activities.