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NE Baseball Registration

I’m deeply sorry, I didn’t get this posted in time for yesterday’s registration. There is one more in person registration date. Please contact NE Baseball directly if you can’t make it. Details below.

REGISTRATION for NEZ BASEBALL for the 2018 Season:

This includes House League, AA and AAA programs

In person Registration Dates for 2018:

  • Saturday, February 17  12:00 pm to 2:00 pm

At the NEZ Sports Council Office, 7515 Borden Park Road. (Behind the Tennis Courts in Borden Park)

Registration Fees for 2018:

2013 – 2014 Blast Ball House League $50.00
2011 – 2012 Rally Cap House League $100.00
2009 – 2010 Sr. Rookie House League $115.00
2007 – 2008 Mosquito House League $175.00
2005 – 2006 Pee Wee House League $180.00
2003 – 2004 Bantam House League $190.00
2000-2001-2002 Midget House League $220.00
All Divisions Provincial A A $175.00
2007 – 2008 Mosquito AA $475.00
2005 – 2006 Pee Wee AA $500.00
2003 – 2004 Bantam AA $525.00
2000-2001-2002 Midget AA $600.00
2005 – 2006 Peewee AAA $750.00
2000-2001-2002 Midget AAA $850.00
2007 – 2008 Mosquito Fall Ball Fall Ball $175.00
2005 – 2006 Peewee Fall Ball Fall Ball $200.00
2003 – 2004 Bantam Fall Ball Fall Ball $200.00
2000-2001-2002 Midget Fall Performance Team FPP $350.00

Griesbach Family Day Toboggan Party

What better way to enjoy family day! Join us for the “Griesbach Family Day Toboggan Party”
Monday, February 19, 1 – 3 pm
Central Park Tobaggan Hill
Free Hot Chocolate, Coffee & Donuts
Hosted by Griesbach Community League
We hope to see you there!
(weather permitting)

2018 Soccer Registration Update

Edmonton Minor Soccer Association begins accepting registrations through its online portal starting February 1st. Griesbach has announced three mandatory registration dates for parents, taking place in March. Complete details below:


2018 Outdoor Soccer Registration

Join us this Sunday for caroling and carousing

An informal night of caroling and carousing: Sunday, December 17, Meet at Patricia Park, 6:00 pm
Put on your toque; warm up your vocal chords; fill your thermos with your favourite hot beverage; and meet us at Patricia Park. To get in the festive spirit we’ll be walking around the neighbourhood, singing carols, fa-la-la-ing and jingling all the way. It should be a lot of fun. All ages welcome. Please dress appropriately for the weather.
We’ll meet at Patricia Park at 6:00 pm and embark on our journey by 6:15. Stay for as little or as long as you like. Song sheets will be provided. Singing ability optional.
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Wednesday, Dec. 13, 6 pm – 8:30 pm, St. Timothy’s School
(14330 117 St NW)

The City of Edmonton and developers behind “Palika Bazaar”, a new retail development planned at 6865  Ad Astra Blvd, are holding an open house to provide information and gather feedback around the rezoning application. It will be valuable for residents to attend to get more information about the plans and the proposed zoning change, and to make your thoughts known.

Earlier this year, Griesbach Community League declined to offer our support of the rezoning application (see link below). It was our feeling that the existing CNC zoning was put in place to maintain the character and standards we associate with our community, as set out in the Griesbach Neighbourhood Area Structural Plan. The CB1 zoning the developer is applying for would relax restrictions related to the type of business that could go in.

Click below to read the letter Griesbach Community League submitted to the City of Edmonton (pdf file). It indicates our reason for not actively endorsing the rezoning.

PDF:  GCL Palika Bazaar Development Response

While we did not come out in favour of changing the zoning, we do wish the developers nothing but success. It is our understanding that the development will go ahead regardless of the zoning decision. You may disagree. In any case, we do encourage you to attend to learn more and provide your input.

Griesbach Resident Survey Results Are In!

Griesbach Community League is pleased to share the summary from our 2017 Griesbach Resident’s Survey: What’s Great in Griesbach? & How Should We Grow?

To view the pdf of the survey results, please click the following link:
2017 Community Survey FINAL


  • We had 293 residents complete the survey, which was evenly split between resident who’ve lived here less than four years, and those who have been here longer.
  • 92% would recommend Griesbach as a place to live.
  • We had positive feedback on our current community events, and residents are interested in seeing even more!

The survey also asked residents for input around what our priorities should be for our next big project following the successful completion of our new playground at MGG School. We had some fantastic input and a number of great ideas. Griesbach Community League has put together a committee made up of interested residents to explore some of these ideas and determine which might be feasible, and what would be involved. They will bring their findings and recommendations to the Board of Directors. We hope to share those results in the new year.

A big thanks to everyone who participated in our survey. We’d like to recognize Shelby Corley and Carl Knowler for their hard work getting this survey together and compiling the results.


Griesbach Remembrance Day Ceremony

Join us at Patricia Park, Saturday, November 11, 10:30 am for a Remembrance Day Ceremony hosted by the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry.

It is always well attended, so we suggest you arrive early. Gault Blvd and Griesbach Parade will be closed to traffic and parking for a regimental parade featuring active PPCLI members based out of the Edmonton Garrison in Namao. The ceremony includes a reading of In Flander’s Fields, a prayer to the fallen and a moment of silence at 11:00 am.

Patricia Plaza was created in honour of the PPLCI, which was raised to join the Great War by Captain Andrew Gault in 1914. The unit has numerous battle honours to its credit, spanning from WWI to present day. These are listed on pedestals located at Patricia Park. There is also a memorial wall on site, with the names of PPCLI members who have given the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.

It is always a first rate event. All members of the public are welcome.

Edmonton Election 2017 – Cheat Sheet for Griesbach Residents

The 2017 Civic Election is just around the corner. Here is everything you need to know as a Griesbach Voter.


Voting Day

Voting takes place on Monday, October 16, 2017. Griesbach Residents vote at Major General Griesbach School (304 Griesbach School Road). The voting station will open at 9:00 am and close at 8:00 pm.


Advance Voting

The City has made it easy to vote early if you are unable to cast your ballot on election day. Advanced polls are open between October 4 – 13 at Evansdale Community League (9111 – 150 Avenue NW) 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

It is recommended you bring your driver’s license as identification.


Meet Your Candidates

Below, we have compiled a list of the candidates running for Councillor, Mayor, Public and Private School Board Trustee in our riding. We have included links so you can learn more about each candidate and their policies (where available).


Candidates for Councillor (Ward 2)

Three candidates are running to serve as Councillor for Ward 2. Below are their names and websites.

Candidates for Mayor

Twelve candidates are vying for Mayor. They are: Taz Bouchier, Mike Butler, Ron Cousineau, Carla Frost, Don Iveson, Don Koziak, Bob (Robert) Ligertwood, Henry Mak, Fahad Mughal, Gordon Nikolic, Steven Charles Shewchuk, Neil Stephens and Justin Thomas. Learn more at the official City of Edmonton Election Website: click here.


Candidates for Public School Board (Ward A)

The following candidates are on the ballot for Public School Board Trustee


Candidates for Catholic School Board Trustee (Ward 72)

The following candidates are on the ballot for Public School Board Trustee



Read the EFCL Candidate Questionnaire Answers

Also, the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues sent a request to all mayoral and council candidates to respond to a questionnaire. Read the results here:



City of Edmonton offers Youth Leadership Training Seminar

Are you between the ages of 13-17 and are interest in leading recreation programming?! The City of Edmonton is offering a free seminar that will go over how to plan and lead recreational activities for both drop-in and registered programs in your community. You can expect fun, interactive leadership training, helping you discover your inner leader and prepare you for volunteering with children.

Saturday October 21, 2017
1:00 pm—4:00 pm
Parkallen Community League
6510 111 Street NW

To Register CLICK HERE!

Or contact Car Rose @ 780-496-2979 or cara.rose@edmonton.ca

Please RSVP by October 14

Bike Decoration Contest/ Parade added to Shake at the Lake – Sept 23

You know an event has hit the big leagues when it includes a parade. Well, this year, Griesbach’s annual Shake at the Lake will indeed have a parade! (Of sorts).

The Bikes, Trikes & Tykes Parade is for kids 14 and under. To enter, show up at Patricia Park Plaza on Saturday, September 23 at 12:30 pm  (by the flagpoles on Griesbach Parade) with a decorated bike. Bikes will be judged and kids will ride to the main event at Perron Berger Park (around 1 pm) – where the Art In The Park art walk, bouncy castles, facepainting, food trucks and other activities will be taking place. Parents are encouraged to walk beside younger children.

 Prizes will be given in two categories:

  1. Best Decoration
  2. Best Canada 150-themed Decoration

    There will be three age groups: 5 and Under, 6-8, and 9-14.

There is no charge to enter or pre-registration. Just show up with an awesomely decorated bike.

The Shake at the Lake will also feature a beer gardens for the adults, with entertainment by Two Bad Apples. Twenty-five  artists have confirmed for the Art In The Park art walk along Bedford Basin,  and will be selling an array of original pieces and prints.

A wristband will be required to access the children’s activities: including bouncy castles, games, face painting and balloon artists. Wristbands will be provided free to those with a 2017-2018 Griesbach Community League membership ($25/household). Or they can be purchased for $5/child. Support your community and come see what makes Griesbach great.

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