— Downtown Edmonton Community League Update —

DECL: Spring Events 2019

DECL Community Space, 10042 103 St. decl.org
(all events at the DECL Community Space)

DOWNTOWN DINING WEEK POTLUCK
March 12, 6:30pm
Celebrate Downtown Dining Week with a community potluck.

INFO SESSION ON SOLAR POWER FOR CONDOS
March 23, 2pm-4pm
Join us and the Oliver Community League, in partnership with Alberta
Green Energy Network, for an information session on condo energy
efficiency and solar power for condos.

DECL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
April 25, 7pm
Join the DECL board and your fellow community league members for the
2019 Annual General Meeting. Come down to vote for your new board
members and hear what’s in store for the year ahead.

DECL SPRING CLEANUP
May 5, 10am
Join us for our Annual Spring Clean- Up in conjunction with River Valley
Clean-Up. Get some exercise and keep our community clean!

DECL URBAN KIDS PLAYGROUP
Every Friday, 10am-11:30am
Urban Kids Playgroup for downtown parents and kids 0-5 years of age!
Join us for snacks and free coffee.

DECL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING
Last Thursday of the Month, 7pm
Join us in discussion on the latest development proposals and city planning.

SUNDAY DINNER POTLUCK
April 14, 6:30pm
Let’s eat together! Join your neighbours for the start of a regular Sunday dinner series.

DECL board of directors: Chris Buyze (President), Laurissa Kalinowsky (VP), Chris Wudark (Treasurer), Rainer Kocsis (Secretary), Erin Bayus, Edmond Chui, Jason Gold, Christie Lutsiak, Andrew MacIsaac, Michelle McGuiness, Glenn Rowbottom, Tim Schneider, Xiaosu Zeng

Downtown Edmonton Community League
10042 103 Avenue
Edmonton, AB, T5J 0X2
web: decl.org
e: info@decl.org
Facebook.com/declorg
Twitter: @DECLorg
Instagram: @declorg

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