7:00 pm19:00

Block Connector Orientation Session

What's a Block Connector? you may ask...

Come find out all about what Block Connectors do and how we can enhance the way we connect with our neighbours at the block level. 


  • What's Abundant Community?
  • What are the benefits?
  • What is a Block Connector?
  • Playful activity to become familiar with the ACE Conversation Guide
  • Small group discussion

This an amazing opportunity to get acquainted with similarly neighbourly-minded peeps!

All welcome!

Light refreshments will be served

Doors open at 6:45pm, presentation begins at 7pm

@ Ritchie Community Centre

10:00 am10:00

Mill Creek Clean Up

South Mill Creek Clean Up

Meeting Points:

  • Hazeldean: The Greenway at 93 Street
  • King Edward Park: Shamrock Curling Parking Lot
  • Ritchie: 77 Ave Stairs at the ravine (east of 96 Street)
  • Avonmore/Argyll: 69a Ave and 85 Street (ravine entrance)

BBQ starts @ 12pm:

Ritchie Hall 7727, 98 Street

North Mill Creek Clean Up

Meeting Point:

  • Peace Mile Rock, North end of Mill Creek Pool Parking Lot

BBQ starts @ 12pm

In the Ravine (by the houses 96 St and 88 Ave) Sponsored by Edmonton's French Quarter's Business Association

Sep 2

Ritchie Casino 2017

It is almost that time of year again...okay well it is five months away or so...but we like to be prepared!

Every two years Ritchie gets to host a casino to raise money for the league. Our dates are August 31 and September 1 so please make a note in your calendar. For more volunteer info just click!

10:00 am10:00

Ritchie Community League Day

Ritchie Gears Up For Uniquely Canadian Community League Day

Ritchie Community League plans to give this year’s Community League Day celebration a distinct Canadian flavor, in recognition of our country’s 150th birthday.

In what is likely a first for our league, we will be hosting a Canadian Citzenship Ceremony at 1:00 p.m.   Approximately 50 people will be sworn in and officially receive their citizenship papers as new Canadians.  Our job is to give them and their families a warm welcome and a positive preview of what community leagues are all about.

And we plan to do that in style.

Once again, we have a full menu of activities planned for the day, including a free breakfast, children’s cardboard car parade, live music, bouncy castle, food trucks and a variety of displays by the league and partner agencies.

As in the past three years, we are also teaming up with the Mainstreet Cruisers and Edmonton Hot Rod Association to host a classic car show, from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.  The cars will be showcased in the lovely bowl in the east end of Ritchie Park.

In keeping with the “Canada 150” theme, we are asking everyone to wear something Canadian (i.e. hats and shirts) and we will be decorating the hall and park with Canadian flags and colors.

We are also attempting to connect with one or more indigenous groups to acknowledge the manner in which Ritchie lands were used 150 years ago.

Everyone is welcome  -  Admission is free.