2014 FREEWILL SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL – FREE TICKETS!

  July 9-27 at the Myer Horowitz Theatre on the University of Alberta Campus in the Students Union Building. The Taming of the Shrew: Evening shows (Tues-Sat) start at 8:00 pm, and matinees (Sat/Sun) start at 2:00 pm.  Pay What You Will performances will be every Tuesday night, Saturday matinee and our two previews (July 9/10).Please come to the … Continue reading

Bissel Centre – Recreation and Wellness Programs

The Bissel Centre offers recreation and wellness programs, including: Soap Stone Carving Summer Retreats to Wabamun Lake Festive Season Giveaway (choose gifts for yourself and family) Drop In Centre Activities – arts and crafts, music sessions with instruments provided, card games, bingo and movie days. Click HERE for more information.

Community Mental Health Clinic

The Community Mental Health Clinic provides services to adults suffering from chronic and severe mental illness. 108 Street Building 3rd Floor 9942 108 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2J5 780-342-7700 Serves Adults,18 to 64 years of age, suffering from chronic and severe mental illness. For children’s mental health services refer to the Children’s Mental Health … Continue reading

YMCA Opportunity Fund – Get Fit for a SMALLER Fee

  The YMCA Opportunity Fund allows those who are unable to afford the full cost of membership and/or programs to access the YMCA at a reduced cost. Elligibility is determined based on a person or family having a low income, and there are ways to apply in special circumstances where you cannot prove your income. … Continue reading

SERVUS Pay-What-You-Can Sundays at the Citadel Theatre

      Servus Credit Union is pleased to partner with the Citadel Theatre for Servus Pay What You Can Sundays. A number of tickets are made available on a Pay-What-You-Can basis for the first Sunday Evening Preview performance of each production.  Tickets go on sale at 3:00 on the day of the performance and all … Continue reading

Free or Cheap Meeting Space

The City of Edmonton offers a ‘Space Finder’ service for non-profit and community based organizations! This service will help you find: Storage space Indoor active sport areas; Commercial Kitchens; Class/workshop/childcare; Office space; Art making studio space; Meeting space; Flexible, multipurpose space; and Performance/Rehearsal space. You can find a FREE or INEXPENSIVE space or list space that … Continue reading

Heart of Boyle Street

The Boyle Street Community League is just plain awesome. They have such a huge variety of activities for members and also drop in low cost activities including (but not limited to): Yoga Belly Dancing Zumba Art Competitions Movie Nights Drop In Basketball Drop In Badminton Basic Computer Classes Guitar Lessons Drop in fees are often … Continue reading

Inner City Recreation

Delicious!: we pickled carrots and canned beets as a part of Inner City Recreation’s activities during the month of October The Bissel Centre has a program called Inner City Recreation which facilitates a broad range of recreation programs (individual and team sports, visits to cultural events and facilities, and outdoor pursuits). The program is focused … Continue reading

Affordable Sport for Children and Youth

The Edmonton Sport Council lists organizations and options to help children and youth access affordable sport and fitness opportunities. Click HERE for more information. They also provide information on Childcare and the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit for youth under age 16 HERE.

Hope Mission Youth Shelter

Hope Mission Youth Shelter 9908-106 Avenue, Edmonton Alberta T5H 0N6 http://www.hopemission.com EMERGENCY SHELTER OUTREACH SERVICES SHIFT PROGRAM SUMMARY A free overnight emergency accommodation service for co-ed youth aged 16-24yrs. A team of Outreach Workers are available to serve co-ed youth aged 16-24yrs 12 hours per day, 365 days per year. A 24-hour transitional residential program … Continue reading