MCL AGM Saturday, April 21, 2-5 p.m.

Entertainment and neighbourhood connections.

Great things are happening in McCauley. What can we do together to make our terrific community even better?

Community members are invited to celebrate our community and share their ideas about how to make it even better at the McCauley Community League AGM on Saturday, April 21 from 2-5 p.m.

This year the AGM is being held at the Edmonton Intercultural Centre, the former McCauley School at 9538 107 Avenue. This is intentional as we want to highlight the many efforts underway to connect with diverse residents in our neighbourhood.

The programming and meeting spaces at the Centre are terrific assets for McCauley and its presence in our neighbourhood is a catalyst for helping to bring community members together. You will learn about the many activities currently in progress to connect with and include diverse residents in community life

In addition to reporting on the MCL`s activities with its partners over the past year, there will be entertainment and you will also have a chance to have your say on recommendations from the City to address parking problems in McCauley.

Consider becoming a board member or being on a committee. Be part of the great things happening in McCauley.

Phil is President of the McCauley Community League.

More in this issue

Neighbourhood Views

  • More Music from Musical Mamas – The Musical Mamas, a group of women singer/songwriters who meet and mostly live in or near the area, released their second volume of original music in March. Pictured is performer Sylvia Khoury. For more information visit musicalmamassociety.com. Shauna Specht

  • New Mural in Chinatown – A new mural on 97 Street near 107 Avenue was unveiled in February. It was created by artist Kris Friesen with the full support of McCauley Revitalization/City of Edmonton. Paula E. Kirman

  • Welcoming the Year of the Dog – Lunar New Year celebrations took place in Chinatown on February 17, organized by the Chinatown and Area Business Association. Pictured with Lion Dancers, from left: Kerry Diotte (MP Edmonton Griesbach), Frankie Lee (Director with the Chinatown and Area Business Association); Brian Mason (MLA Edmonton-Highlands-Norwood; and Mayor Don Iveson. Paula E. Kirman

  • Mercury Opera’s La Traviata in McCauley – A scene from Mercury Opera’s production of La Traviata at one of the matinees at Studio 96 during March. The opera also played to sold-out audiences at Chez Pierre Cabaret. Cecilia Ferreyra

  • London Villas Hub Grand Opening – London Villas Hub’s grand opening on March 14 featured food, entertainment, and the chance to experience the new space for the first time. It is located in the former church at 9620 109 Avenue. Paula E. Kirman

Around the Neighbourhood

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Next Issue . . .

Our next issue is September. Articles and photos concerning community news, events, and opinions are welcome. We also encourage submissions of poetry, and cartoons (in JPG or PDF format). Deadline: August 12. Send submissions to: editor@bmcnews.org. Articles should be 400 words or less and accompanied by photographs (JPG, in high resolution) when possible.