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Leisure Access Program

The Leisure Access Program allows eligible low-income Edmontonians to access participating City of Edmonton recreation facilities and programs at a reduced cost.  For more information on eligibility and the application process, phone 311 or go to  http://www.edmonton.ca/programs_services/leisure-access-program.aspx

EMU Mobile Preschool Program

We are excited to announce that the EMU Mobile Preschool Education Program is returning to the Woodcroft Community Parking Lot.

Registration opens:  January 9, 2018




9:30 - 11:00 AM &

1:00 - 2:30 PM

DROP-IN  11:15 TO 12:15


2 1/2 TO 5 YEARS





Phone:  (587) 926-1665

For more information or addition locations to to:  EMU



Greetings Woodcroft friends! The Edmonton Public Library has exciting events, news and programs to share for the


  • Woodcroft Library is now offering basic computer skills instruction in 6 week sessions in our Computer Club program – our next series starts Wednesday April 5, 7pm.


  • We are also continuing to offer Cree Conversation Circle Thursday evenings at 6pm. Call 780-469-1830 for more information on Woodcroft programs, or go to www.epl.ca.


Spring Break Starts Here is on its way - Join EPL for free family activities during spring break between March 25and April 2 in all locations, as well as participate in our One Book, One Break, Many Adventures where you can read along and enter to win prizes! https://www.epl.ca/ springbreak/


Beginning September 11th, Mondays, 7:30 - 9:30pm 

Fall session ends December 11, 2017. 

2018 session begins Jaunary 8, 2018.


Do you enjoy singing? Join us for lots of music, laughs and fun with new friends. Everyone is welcome from the young to the young-at-heart! No audition required.


We meet every Monday from 7:30 - 9:30pm at the Woodcroft Community Centre (Hall). For more information and to register contact Marilyn at jwoolley@telusplanet.net.


We look forward to having you join us!



The Woodcroft Community Book Club will reconvene Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at the Woodcroft Community Hall. Come join us for a fun afternoon. Everyone is welcome! 



2nd Tuesday of each month


1:00 PM – 3:00 PM


Woodcroft Community Hall


No Cost, however you must be a community league member.


Marlo  (780) 454 - 0947 for details and to


obtain the necessary Woodcroft Community League Membership if you have not already purchased one by September.


 Book Club List: 2017-2018


September 2017

Passage Across the Mersey

Robert Bhatia


October 2017

Born a Crime

Trevor Noah


November 2017

Sweetness in the Belly

Camilla Gibb


December 2017




January 2018

The Rainbow Comes and Goes

Anderson Cooper 


February 2018

Mothering Sunday

Graham Swift


March 2018

The Little Old Lady Who Broke All The Rules

Catherina Ingleman Sundberg


April 2018

Dewey the Library Cat

Vicki Myron


May 2018

The Break

Katherena Vermette


June 2018

Tuesday's With Morrie

Mitch Albom



Wednesday mornings, 9:15am - 11:15am

Woodcroft Community Centre

Drop-in Group


Looking to get out of the house with the kids, but not sure where to go? Interested in meeting other parents in the community? Come down to the Woodcroft Community

Centre (Hall) for our neighborhood Parent and Tot group! This group will resume on Wednesday, January 3, 2018. Hope to see you there!


The Parent & Tot group is also looking for donations of children’s riding toys and baby toys.

If you have donations for the group or require information,  please contact Sarah at 780-964-4321.


The Christmas Bureau needs your help to provide festive meals for 65,000 Edmontonians in need this season. Create a Christmas tradition of giving back — please visit christmasbureau.ca/home or call 780-421-XMAS to sponsor a food hamper for a family, senior or individual in need or to donate today.


University of Alberta Technology Training Centre (TTC)

"The University of Alberta Technology Training Centre (TTC) now offers all Woodcroft Community League Members a 25% discount on all public courses.

 The Technology Training Centre is THE place for computer software training in Alberta. This is where you come to learn how to get more from the computer or the mobile device in front of you.  For more information go to   http://www.ttc.ualberta.ca

 Register for courses on Microsoft Office and the Adobe Creative Suite along with customized one on one or group training."


Once again traffic safety has become an issue in the community, following an accident that occurred near the

community league playground. 


The league has contacted the Office of Traffic Safety and will be circulating a petition recommending some strategies for consideration including, but not limited to;  additional signage, painted crosswalks at high risk intersections to remind drivers and pedestrians of safe places to cross, & 30k speed limits around playgrounds and playing fields.  In the meantime if you wish to document your concerns, including suggestions for improvement, please send them in writing to Ruth at paniruta@gmail.com.


Please be extra careful as you drive through the neighbourhood and keep an eye out for children, runaway

balls (which often precede children), and pets. Watch for cyclists, big and small, and remember the posted speed

limit through the neighbourhood is 40 kph. Thank you!