Knottwood Community League
Who We Are
Knottwood Tots is looking for a
VOLUNTEER PLAYGROUP CO-ORDINATOR
to help keep this fantastic program running in our community. The playgroup is based on a co-operative model where parents help out and are involved in the running of the group. The playgroup is for parents/caregivers and their young children aged 0 – school age. This playgroup is a Knottwood Community League program.
Currently this playgroup meets on Monday mornings from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. at St. Patrick’s Church. The volunteer playgroup co-ordinator would be required to arrive early and stay at the end of each session to help and set-up and clean up. The volunteer would have key-holding responsibility and be required to open and lock up after each session. This role would be supported by parents attending the playgroup with their children.
Knottwood Tots is a fun-filled morning of play, crafts, refreshments, stories and more! Parents/carers are responsible for supervising their own children and are expected to help clean up and contribute to the group. This is a great opportunity for making friends and socializing for both parents and children alike.
The playgroup is FREE with kind support from Knottwood Community League and is run by parent helpers who are all volunteers. Although, this position is unpaid, community league vouchers will be considered for volunteering.
This group meets Mondays (excluding public holidays) from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. at St. Patrick’s Anglican Church, 334 Knottwood Road North.
For more information please contact: Shireen Mears Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Ph. 780 468-2274
PARENTS AS CHAMPIONS
EVENTS SEPT 2013 - FEB 2014
The Board members can be found here.
This is the online home of the Knottwood Community League. Our Knottwood community is quietly nestled in the south of Mill Woods, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The community is roughly delimited as follows:
- North Boundry: 23rd Ave
- South Boundry: Anthony Henday Drive
- West Boundry: 91st Street
- East Boundry: 66th Street
Getting to Know Knottwood Report
Getting to Know Knottwood Presentation
Contact our Community League President Clarence Nelson for all Community League related questions and business.
Mailing Address (all correspondance): PO Box 55035, Knottwood RPO, Edmonton, AB T6K 4C5
Hall Address: 445 Knottwood Road West, NW Edmonton, AB T6K 4C5
Ekota Skating Rink Address: 1415 Knottwood Road East, NW Edmonton, AB T6J 2G8
Last Updated October 23, 2013
Knottwood Community Volunteer Opportunities
The Board!! - We're always looking for good people for the board. There are a few positions open for the 2010/11 term. For a description of the positions, Please E-mail Clarence Nelson
BINGO!! - Please contact Kim Tomusiak if you are interested in working any of the following Bingos for $50 or $75 Voucher - All dates are at Parkway Bingo
Find some pictures of our events here
Facebook - We have a Facebook group page - look for us under Groups - we're called "Knottwood Community League". Post some pictures of your favorite spots in the community!
PARENTS AS CHAMPIONS
Are you the parent or main caregiver for a child aged 0 – 6?
What do Trees do for us? Root for Trees is an enhanced tree planning initiative to preserve and expand our urban forest through partnerships with corporations, individual residents and community groups.
November 19, 2013 - KCL's ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: Everyone in Knottwood is encouraged to attend our annual general meeting at for important information on budget, programming and elections. See you at the Hall!
December 7 - KCL's Santa Brunch: Mark your calendars. More information to come.