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Become a Community League Member 

Membership in the Woodvale Community League costs $25.00 annually (Sep 1 to Aug 31). Belonging provides benefits to you and the community

Benefits of Membership

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Free Skating At Outdoor Rinks

Ciniplex Movie Tickets

Community Programming

Membership is $25 per family or single.  

  • Woodvale Community League (WCL) Membership cost: $25.00 (family or single)

  • Valid from Sept 1, 2023 to Aug 31, 2024; on sale now at the WCL office and online (NEW!); please visit www.woodvale.org to order yours today. Memberships also available through the www.efcl.org website but have an additional $5 processing fee.

  • WCL office is located on the 2nd floor of the Woodvale Facility on the Millwood’s Golf Course (4540-50 St NW)

  •  Office hours are Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm; call ahead to ensure office is open.

  •  Phone 780 462-2101 Ext 3

  • Mailing address is 4540-50 St NW Edmonton T6L 6B6.

  • Benefits:

  • Free skating at any outdoor city rink (with your community league membership skate tag)

  • Green Shack use in the summer

  • Cineplex theatre tickets:

  • With the purchase of a WCL membership the first 8 Adult tickets are available for $9.00 each in a Community League year

  • Additional Adult tickets may be purchased at a cost of $11.00 each

  • Tickets are available only at the WCL office

  • Prices subject to change should Cineplex increase prices to the community league

  • Free Swimming at the Mill Woods Recreation Centre on Saturdays from 3 to 4:30 pm starting February 3, 2024 to August 31, 2024.   A decision on continuing past August 2024 will be made in the fall of 2024 and will be dependent on the amount of usage that was made by current Woodvale Community League members.

  • Working Bingos or Casinos for Woodvale can provide reimbursement credits towards programs offered by a non-profit organization with an AGLC approved gaming account.  See woodvale.org and check under Latest News, and then under Bingos for details.

  • Free Mill Woods Seniors Association membership with purchase of Woodvale Community League Membership

  • Purchase your community league membership and be reimbursed for your Seniors association membership. Memberships must be purchased under the same name, and receipt to be provided to the Community League Office. One membership reimbursement per household.

  • See www.efcl.org for link to details of other benefits such as:

  • Discounts on purchases of City of Edmonton Leisure, Sports and Fitness Facilities passes annual passes and automated monthly passes: both receive 20% discounts; multi-admission passes (5+ visits) receive a 15% discount on new purchases only.

  • NFP Insurance: Save up to 10% on home & auto insurance. More Information: https://www.nfp.ca/gha

  • Cloverdale Paint: show your Community League Membership Card and mention Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (code 057EFCL) and receive wholesale pricing at any Edmonton Cloverdale Paint location.

  • University of Alberta:

  • receive 25% discount on Microsoft and Adobe courses through the U of A’s Technology Training Centre

  • receive a 10% discount at U of A Bookstore (excluding textbooks) on clothing and giftware or visit the website special.orders@ualberta.ca .  Contact the Bookstore re preferred pricing on promotional products, sportswear, gifts, awards and corporate apparel or phone 780-492-3260 and have the product shipped right to your door. Add the code EFCL10 to the special offers codes during checkout and receive your discount.

  • Orbis Sports: See Orbissports.com for offers available.  Then click, book or call for more information. Promo code is EFCL18.

  • House of Wheels: located on 88 St, just off the Whitemud Freeway, show your Community League membership and receive a 10% discount on pass prices. Largest indoor skatepark for scootering, skateboarding, BMXing etc.  See houseofwheels.ca or facebook.com/houseofwheelsab

  • Meetings: 

  • Community League Executive meetings held on 3rd Tuesday evening of each month (except July) at the Woodvale Facility (on the golf course) at 7:00 PM.  The next Annual General Meeting (AGM) is on October 15, 2024.

  • Upcoming Events:

  • Check our website (www.woodvale.org) regularly for information on events, projects, etc. in Woodvale and links of interest in the community in general

  • Email addresses provided to the Woodvale Community League are intended to be used as follows:

  • To notify community league members of community related information (i.e. sport registrations, Annual General Meeting, Canada Day celebrations etc.).

  • Email addresses provided will not be rented, sold, or provided to outside organizations, but used solely by the Woodvale Community League for disbursement of community information.

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  • Did you know what types of items the Woodvale Community League has provided in your area or has done

  • to help others in Edmonton.  Support your community and buy a membership!

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  • This is just a partial list of how the Woodvale Community League supports the community:

  • Built and operates the Woodvale Facility on the Mill Woods Golf Course

  • Built the Activity Centre next to Greenview Park and FREE USAGE is provided to qualifying non-profit groups; current users include the Playschool, Jr. Forest Wardens, Yoga classes, Brownies, Youth Groups.

  • Planted the trees and shrubs on the boulevards along 38 Ave from 50 St to 66 St; as well trees were planted in and around both Hillview and Greenview Parks.  WCL added additional walkways to complete walking trail system.

  • Built basketball courts in Hillview and Greenview Parks.

  • Built the Greenview Park Skating Rink.

  • Contributed to reshaling the baseball diamonds in Woodvale.

  • Provided funding to assist MCARFA in getting the Jackie Parker Spray Park built.

  • Provided at least $150,000 to rebuild each of the 3 playgrounds in Woodvale (in Hillview Park, in Greenview Park and on John Paul 1 School grounds) for a total of over $496,000.  Hillview Park playground was rebuilt in 2014, John Paul 1 playground was rebuilt in 2015 and the playground in Greenview Park was rebuilt in 2017. 

  • Contributes funding towards the Canada Day Celebrations held in Mill Woods Park on July 1.

  • Provided funding on a matching grant basis annually to each of the 3 schools in Woodvale: Greenview, Hillview and John Paul 1.  These grants have assisted in the purchase of such things as white boards, laptops, musical instruments, and athletic equipment.

  • Contributed to the Mill Woods Seniors Activity Centre (on Hewes Way) and helped with the purchase of a new photocopier for the centre.

  • Donated annually to support local charities and programs

  • Subsidizes an annual golf tournament at Mill Wood’s Golf Course for Woodvale Community League members.

  • Holds yearly Community League Day celebrations (3rd Saturday in September).

  • Provided water bottle refill stations in the 3 schools in Woodvale and in the “In Your Neighborhood Playschool” located in the Activity Centre.

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