Programs and Sports
Visit the Parkview Preschool website for information on Preschool and Kindercare programs.
Tot-Time is a community based and volunteer run program that runs out of the Parkview Community Hall on Tuesday mornings from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM. Tot-Time is for parents with children between the ages of 0-5.
Tot-Time includes free play, craft making, a snack and each week we end the program with song and circle time.
The cost is $1.00/ kid and a valid community league membership is required for insurance purposes (any community league membership will do). The money raised goes towards keeping the coffee and play-dough fresh.
Come for a coffee and meet other parents and caregivers in Parkview. We look forward to seeing you!
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Nicole Darsaut: 780-965-9147 or Amanda Good: 780-920-7894 or at email@example.com
(Parkview Hall - Wednesday 6pm to 8.30pm)
For Fun, Friendships and New Adventures…
For more information please contact Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org or 780-239-1949
(Parkview Hall - Monday 6.15pm to 8.15pm)
For girls ages 7 and 8, the Brownies program is all about encouraging girls to develop their own identity and positive relationships with others. Brownies gain confidence by learning skills that they can use in their daily lives and develop a commitment to their communities through service projects and special events. Programming covers safety and healthy choices, science and technology, the arts and eco-awareness and camping.
For more information please contact Jordi Strem at email@example.com or 780-299-6757
For information, contact Indoor/Outdoor Soccer Coordinators: Janine Beeston and Lisa Day at firstname.lastname@example.org
All players are registered under Edmonton Minor Soccer Association. West Zone representatives try to honor community, coach and friend requests, however, there are absolutely no guarantees of requests for player placement. If a community cannot host a team, the player will be placed on another team in the West Zone. You will not be contacted beforehand.
- All players registered & PAID by August 31st will be placed on a team.
- Players registered after September 1st will be put on a wait list while teams are being formed.
- Inquires regarding placement will not be answered during this time (Sept. 1st-8th).
- Team rosters will be released to coaches, the zone does not release information to players/parents.
- Coaches will contact players early in October.
- The West Zone office will be CLOSED September 1st-8th for team formation.
U4 – Sunday 9am- noon start times vary as it depends on the number of teams
U5 – Saturday with a few Sundays 9am- noon start times vary as it depends on the number of teams
The karate program at Parkview Community Hall offer classes for kids, starting at 4 years of age, to adults. The style of karate, known as Uechi-ryu Karate-do, is a smooth and flowing self-defense system that does not require students to have special athletic ability.
The school has classes Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 8:30 pm, September to June.
6:00-6:30 pm for ages 4-6 years
6:30-7:30 pm for ages 7-12 years
7:30-8:30 pm for ages 13 through Adult
Term 1 – Sept-Dec 2019
Term 2 – Jan-Mar 2020
Term 3 – April-June 2020
4-6 yrs old class - $185.00 per term or $475 per year
7-12 yrs old class - $285.00 per term or $785.00 per year
13 yrs old and older - $285.00 per term or $785.00 per year
Although student registration is year round, a "Meet & Greet" will be held at the community hall, September 9, 2019 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm, with classes starting on September 17th. Students are invited to attend four classes (two weeks) of free classes.
Contact David Chow Sensei at email@example.com or 780-695-5457 regarding registration or inquiries.
OUTDOOR REGISTRATION WILL OPEN FEBRUARY 1ST, 2020
The regular season starts tentatively May 1st (weather permitting) and goes until the end of June.
All information, registration and payment is ONLINE at https://emsawest.com/play/register/outdoor-registration/
PVCL Soccer Coordinator Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Non-competitive, fun basketball for women 18 to 108.
- Ladies Sports Nite has been running for over 30 years.
- It is drop in.
- Teams are randomly selected from whoever shows up.
- We don’t keep score.
- Bring non-scuff runners.
If YOUR FIRST REACTION is “I haven’t played since high school” or “I was never good at sports”, READ ON. If you like a really competitive game, this is not a group for you.
We try to ensure that everyone scores a basket, and that everyone of every level participates fully in the game. Some people run, some people walk up the court. Play at your own level. You can go full out against people of your own skill level. Lesser skilled people are guarded, but you let them handle the ball and don’t steal it from them. When there are enough people for subs, we sub off evenly even if not tired. We have lots of joy and laughter. Our oldest player was 84. Average age is likely 40’s or 50’s, but we have older and younger people.
I reluctantly went to my first one, and years later, I’m still coming back. It’s a great workout, and it’s fun! You don’t have time? You owe it to yourself and your family to be the happiest you can be. Think of this as a happy pill without adverse side effects, and it’s cheap!
Hope to see you there!
Fees – $60 (in 2019) - covers the cost of renting gyms for a year. Come and try for free and see if you like it.
Most Thursdays 6:45pm to 8:00pm at Lynnwood Elementary School (15451 - 84 Ave).
Contact: Jay 780-484-2482 or email@example.com for more information