3 May 2021 KCL News


KCL Dog Park

Kenilworth Off Leash Dog Park opened May 1st in the fenced in rink area.

9 am – 9 pm daily- managed by a great group of KCL volunteers.

The signs are up, the second fence is up, and the garbage bin is in place.  We just need responsible owners and dogs to enjoy the area. Please use the dog park responsibility by cleaning up after your dog and using the garbage cans for doggie bags.  Thank you to Robin and Jo for opening and closing the dog area this week.  NOTE: the gate system is a bit different this year.  It requires a person to lift it and pull it open. Not to worry as it is light weight.  Have questions/ concerns, text Irene: 7806952009

Users must maintain 2 metres physical distance from others and comply with Alberta Health gathering restrictions and perform hand hygiene before and after use.

Maximum 10 occupants until AHS standards change.

For more information or to volunteer to help lock and unlock the rink, please contact Irene at:   president@kenilworthcommunity.com

Kenilworth Community League Scavenger Hunt

Starting May the 4th

May 4 – May 13th KCL will post a daily clue on Facebook and NextDoor.

Your role is to find the answer to our hunt.

After May 13th submit your answers to Irene by May 16th

president@kenilworthcommunity.com

If your answers are all correct, you will be entered into a random draw.

3 prizes will be awarded on May 17th.

Looking forward to your participation.

Kenilworth Playschool

Kenilworth Playschool is a licensed play school program providing creative and open-ended play experiences to children in the community aged 3 to kindergarten age. (Child must be potty trained).

The play school typically operates 2 or 3 components a week, for example, Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9-11am.

We are trying to gauge the interests of continuing the play school in our community and would love to have your inputs!

Survey closes on May 14th, please feel free to share.

https://forms.gle/jGzhXA8VxEkgEkks6

Gateway Association Disability Community Workshops

Free Workshops for Parents/Caregivers of Children with Disabilities

These three workshops that may assist those that require extra supports. 

The Workshops are as follows: 

Workshop 1: Disability in Alberta: What does it mean? Disability Services in available for your child or adult with disabilities. What is FSCD?   What is AISH? What is PDD and do you qualify for them? 

May 8th at 10 am: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/148974319199

Workshop 2: Disability in Your Community: Valued Roles, Transition Planning, Navigating the System, Planning for the Future, Employment

May 15th at 10 am: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/148979221863

Workshop 3: Understanding Disability in Your Home: Guardianship, Trusteeship, Community Action, City of Edmonton, Aging Caregivers and   First Responders.

May 22nd at 10 am:  https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/148986619991      

Edmonton Area Girl Guide Hike for Plenty

The Girl Guide Hike for Plenty is an annual event in Edmonton and surrounding area that collects donations for the Food Bank. This is the 23rd year of the event and usually occurred in March or April. The Food Bank appreciated this event every year as it was the bridge between Christmas Food Drives and the Heritage Festival Food Drive.

Unfortunately Girl Guides has gone virtual and all Girl Guide events have to be cancelled including the Hike for Plenty.

In these difficult times more and more people are needing food assistance, so if you would like to still donate, please take your donation to No Frills at Ottewell or to Safeway. Your caring and generosity is greatly appreciated.

Upcoming Event – Big Bin in June. More details to come.

Christmas in July

This year’s annual Christmas in July event will go ahead, in a “to go” format.

The project kits will be designed, cut and packaged, waiting for you to put on the finishing touches.  The designs will be inspired by the Tidings & Trimmings stamp set, that is included in the price of your kit. You will have the flexibility to choose a coordinating ink or embossing powder from your personal stash.

Your project “to go” kit will include:

·         card stock & embellishments to create 8 Xmas cards (4 designs-2 of each design)

·         a photopolymer (18 piece) stamp set – Tiding & Trimmings (yours to keep – Value $27.72)

·         instructions and photo of each design. (e-mailed to you on July 15th)

The cost to purchase your “to go” kit is $45.00.

Optional items you may wish to include:

·         Supplemental card packs (4 cards – 1 of each design for $10.00)

·         A pack of 8 envelopes for $2.50

·         Stampin’ Seal adhesive $12.70

·         Stampin’ Seal adhesive refill $8.70.

Pre-ordered optional items will be available for pick-up with your project kit.

Payment options include: e-transfer to Rhonda’s e-mail (vaguerm@yahoo.ca), cash, or cheque.

This year’s project kit will be available for pick up at Kenilworth Hall, 7104 87 Avenue, on Thursday, July 15th between 6:30 and 7:00 pm.  Let Rhonda know if you need to make alternative pick-up arrangements.

Feel free to complete and return the attached registration/order form along with your payment, before June 30th.  Don’t forget to add your name, email address, and payment method. Order form attached.

Kenilworth Community Membership

2020 – 2021 memberships are on sale and valid until Aug 31, 2021.

Email Rebecca at:   membership@kenilworthcommunity.com

If you know of anyone new to Kenilworth, please let them know they are eligible for a first year FREE membership! As well, if renewing your membership is a financial hardship at this time for any reason, please contact Rebecca to discuss your options!

No matter how stressed you are, remember how blessed you are!