The Sherbrooke Community League an organization serving the community of Sherbrooke, located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; bordered by Yellowhead Trail to the North, 127 Street to the East, 118 Ave to the South, and St. Albert Trail to the West.

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Rink is OPEN

Mon – Fri 4-9PM & Sat/Sun 12-9PM

13008 122Ave NW

Community Crafting Night

Mondays 6:30 – 8:30PM

13008 122Ave NW

Join your neighbours and learn, share or just sit and chat while you would on your next project.
Crafts include:
– quilting
– crochet
– knitting
– scrapbooking
Any thing you can think of!

NERF Wars and Indoor Play Event

February 25th – 1-5PM

13008 122Ave NW

Join us for the ultimate indoor winter play – NERF battle, indoor play and snacks for the participants!
Bring your NERF gun(s) and be ready to defend yourself!
Extra ammo will be provided.
We’ll have extra games set up for a break from the ultimate battle of those lovable and lose-able foam bullets 😉
Refreshments are provided for the kids, healthy and otherwise.
Enjoy a break from being locked inside your house to being inside the Community Hall, so much room to run, hide and win!

Skate the Night Away!

February 25th & 26th – 5PM-9AM

13008 122Ave NW

Late night rink access after the rink closes!
Movies in the hall to take breaks and chill out!
Sleepover in the hall!
Breakfast in the morning including pancakes (dietary restrictions can be accommodated).
All activities will be supervised by volunteers with vulnerable sector police checks. Parents are welcome to volunteer to help supervise as well.
Sign up to volunteer here:
Registration will be done via Eventbrite in a Pay What you Can model (details in on the registration page and in the discussion for this event).
Register here:
This event is intended for children between 10-16 years old.

Sherbrooke Chili Cookoff

March 5th 1-3PM

13008 122Ave NW

Participants: Come out of the cold to enjoy the best Sherbrooke has to offer in the world of Chili!
Registrants: Bring your favourite chili and compete for community bragging rights!
To participate you will need to bring:
– Chili – at least 4-5 liters to be able to share with participants as they sample all competitors to select a winner!
– Recipe – a printed recipe must be available for your chili including every pinch and pound of contents, this will help with food intolerances and allergies, participants can select what they are able to eat
– Any toppers your chili can’t live without!
– A fun attitude! Come down and taste your neighbours creations!
Cooking participants must remain for the event and take any leftovers with them.
Register to bring a Chili here:
The Community League will be supplying
– Shredded Cheese
– Sour Cream
– Chives
– Sampling dishes
– Spoons
We’re excited to see you there!

Spring Craft Fair

March 18th 10-4PM

13008 122Ave NW

Come down and find your next family heirloom at the Sherbrooke Community League Spring Craft Fair!
Admission is FREE
We will be collecting donations for the Edmonton Food Bank at the event.

FREE Naloxone Training

February 10, March 3rd, April 7th

13008 122Ave NW

Sherbrooke Community League in partnership with Water Warriors YEG Street Outreach Team will be presenting an Opioid Poisoning Response Course.
Learning Objectives:
– Inform individuals of safer use strategies and interventions to mitigate harms associated with ongoing substance use
– Train an individual to identify signs and symptoms of suspected opioid poisoning and distinguish this from stimulant poisoning
– Train an individual to respond to a suspected opioid poisoning using the response steps
– Train an individual to provide rescue breaths and administer naloxone by intramuscular injection
– Train an individual on post-poisoning response actions
Once you have completed your training, you will receive a certificate of completion and an injectable naloxone kit.
**Please bring a naval orange to practice injections with.
Make a difference in your community today!
Register here, February 10:
March 3rd:
April 7th:

First Aid Training

This course booking is intended to meet the needs of a variety of stakeholders.
Participants that attend the first day, Saturdays, will receive Emergency First Aid Certification.
Participants that attend both Saturday & Sunday will receive Standard First Aid Certification.
Hours: 8:30AM – 4:30PM
Volunteer: FREE (must provide a proof of volunteer efforts such as Volunteer Letter)
Community League Member: $45
Member of the public: $165
• Responding to an emergency
• Recognizing a mental health emergency
• CPR & AED for adults, children, and Infants
• Bleeding and burn management
• Medical emergencies
• Choking and breathing emergencies
• Mental health first aid
• Opioid overdose awareness
• Bone and joint injuries
• Environmental emergencies
All participants take a written exam at the end of the course.
Register here
February 18 & 19:
March 11 & 12:
April 15 & 16:
May 20 & 21:
Jun 10 & 11:

Nordic Pole Walking Class & Walking Group

Find Fitness, Friends, and Fun! Walking is an activity appropriate for individuals of all ages and most physical fitness levels.

Classes take place Tuesdays, register here:

Walking group meets at the hall on Thursdays!

Nordic pole walking is an activity that, when done properly, exercises 80 percent of your muscles. It’s low impact by nature, it’s fun to do, and it keeps you outdoors, making it an ideal form of exercise for anyone from out-of-season skiers to those recovering from injuries.

Get started with this class including information on gear, proper technique, and pole-walking location and workout suggestions.

Benefits include:
– Improving your physical and psychological health
– Exercises 90% of your muscles & reduces stress on lower joints
– Burns up to 47% more calories over walking without poles
– Works your core muscles: walking, snowshoeing or climbing mountains
– Getting to know others in your neighbourhood
– Familiarizing yourself with the resources and amenities of your community
– Appreciating vitamin ‘N’ature
– Reducing crime by residents being visible on the street

Little Bee Early Learning Academy

@ Sherbrooke Community League

We are so honoured to be the home of Little Bee Early Learning Academy – this project brings local, subsidized child care to our community. We are acutely aware of the positive socio-economic impacts that the access to child care has to our local families.
Our partnership with Little Bee Early Learning Academy has already been a huge success are we are excited to have more families join us. Sherbrooke Community League Members receive an additional discount with the registration fee being waved (a savings of $100)!
Little Bee Early Learning Academy at Sherbrooke Community League has launched their website – check it out today!

Community League Meeting

First Thursday of the Month

In person at the hall – 13008 122Ave
All residents are welcome! Residents with Sherbrooke Community Memberships have voting rights.
If you have something you’d like to add to the agenda, please email

The Edmonton Sport Council

The Edmonton Sport Council is a non-profit Society funded primarily by the City of Edmonton. The Edmonton Sport Council maintains a database of Edmonton sport and active recreation organizations that the public can access free at:

The Edmonton Sport Council also maintains a database of Edmonton (and area) sport facilities [].

Both databases have brief descriptions of the organizations’ programs or facilities with a link to their website.

In addition, the Sport Council website provides relevant information on current sport and active recreation issues, resources for both individuals and organizations, and extensive links to other sport and physical activity websites.

Sign up for Skip the Depot and Support Sherbrooke Community League!

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Sherbrooke Community League is now on SKIP THE DEPOT! 🍾
SKIP THE DEPOT is easy, convenient and requires very little effort and is no cost to you. 🤩
Sherbrooke Community League is excited about this fundraising initiative where SKIP THE DEPOT will come to your home or office and pick-up your donation of bottles/cans/tetra pak items and take them to the bottle depot. The proceeds of your recyclables will go directly to the Sherbrooke Community League as a donation.