Oliver – League and Community Events
Join the Oliver Community League at the Oliverbaun Bike & Walk Parade to celebrate Community League Day!
Decorate your bike, wagon, tricycle, skateboard, walker or scooter. Dress up and walk and a blow horn or ring a bell! The parade route will be once around the block on the sidewalk.
A fun day for the whole family!
There will be food and refreshments for community league members ($5 charge for non-members).
If you live in Oliver and you haven’t renewed or signed up for this year’s membership, you can sign up for FREE online or at the event. https://www.olivercommunity.com/membership/
Contact the Events and Programs Director Les de Zwaan if you have any questions about the event. firstname.lastname@example.org
See what we are up to at our monthly board meetings! www.olivercommunity.com
Edmonton Seniors Centre (ESC) and the Oliver Community League (OCL) are hosting a social at the Edmonton Seniors Centre (at the Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre) for ESC and OCL members.
Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
There will be lots of activities to engage in: Karaoke, pool, foosball, snooker, cards, crib and colouring.
There will also be a record player to enjoy some tunes so bring your favourite records!
Come hang out and meet your neighbours!
Join us at the Edmonton Centre Federal Election Forum on October 10, 2019.
In an effort to combat political apathy and increase engagement, the Oliver Community League and Global Shapers Edmonton have organized a Federal Election Forum on Thursday, October 10, at the Matrix Hotel for Edmonton Centre candidates.
All organizations involved in hosting this forum are strictly non-partisan.
All registered candidates were invited to participate. The following candidates have confirmed their attendance:
- James Cumming – Conservative Pary of Canada
- Randy Boissonnault – Liberal Party of Canada
- Katherine Swampy – Canada’s New Democratic Party (NDP)
- Paul Hookham – People’s Party of Canada
Doors open at 5:45 p.m.
Network with political parties and community organizations from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m.
The forum begins at 6:30 p.m.
Candidates will take questions from the public starting 7 p.m.
For more details and to register for FREE, go on Eventbrite.