General information

WPCL Hall

Windsor Park is a mature community near the centre of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The league promotes friendship, fellowship and sports among neighbors and serves as a common meeting place. Windsor Park is a member of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues.

To see Windsor Park Hall bookings click here.
To book Windsor Park Hall, please email

Interested in starting a new club? Book Club, Wine Tasting Club, SnowAngels Club, Dinner Clubs, Mentoring Clubs? Let us know! Clubs/Initiatives which are open to members and/or offer community benefit may be able to use the hall for free (subject to appropriate use and availability). Contact

For a copy of Windsor Park bylaws, please click here.

For information about the Windsor Park Parking Bylaws, click here

Note: If you have additional material regarding Windsor Park, such as historic photos, please let know and I'll work on incorporating them!

Volunteer Opportunities:

To volunteer, or for more information please contact WPCL Vice-President

Survey for Windsor Park residents

New Social Activity Interests Survey The Windsor Park Community League Social Committee wants to hear from you, the residents. Please complete the survey to give your input on the sorts of things you'd like to see your community league host.

November

November 13 7:30pm WPCL Monthly Gardening Group Planning Meeting. Join in, help plan Gardening Initiatives
November 14 1:30-2:30pm WPCL Adult Fitness Class with Experienced Instructor/Neighbour Bonnie Austen– Free for Windsor Park Members, $10 for non-members
November 15 6:30-9:00pm Science in the Cinema Science in the Cinema - Young Frankenstein at the Metro Cinema at the Garneau Theater 8712 109 St. FREE admission and FREE popcorn! We are screening "Young Frankenstein" in honour of the 200 anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein! After the film, Q & A with Wendy Austin, PhD, RN and Valerie Savard, PhD(C) on the relevance of Frankenstein in contemporary debates about bioethics.
November 15 7:00pm WPCL Monthly Sustainability Planning Meeting Join in, help plan the community’s Eco Initiatives.
November 17 9:30am Windsor Park Weekly Yoga Weekly Yoga – Moderate: 9:15am Doors Open. Session over at 10:45am; $12 - Drop In, bring your mat.
November 17 5:00pm Fund-raiser: The Indonesian Community The Indonesian Community in Edmonton. Each ticket costs $50.- and this will include donation, an ‘authentic’ Indonesian meal and entertainment. All proceeds will support the victims of the earthquake and tsunami that took place in September 2018 in Palu, central Indonesia. Please contact , 780-903.2263 for more queries.
November 17 6:30pm Fund-raiser: For Mysterious Barricades Fund-raiser: For Mysterious Barricades –Wine and Song (Mental Health) An evening of wine and song in support of the Mysterious Barricades Cross-Canada Concert for Suicide Awareness, Prevention and Hope. Fine opera singers and arias paired with spectacular wines, celebrate the healing power of music - as we build community to support the operation of this annual cross-Canada concert event. Champagne reception 6:30 PM, program 7:00 PM. $90 - Register here
November 19 7:00pm Toastmasters at WPCL Hall Weekly Fun Speaker Toastmasters Open Sessions to practice public speaking in a friendly, supportive environment – try it out for free
November 21 1:30-2:30pm WPCL Adult Fitness Class with Experienced Instructor/Neighbour Bonnie Austen– Free for Windsor Park Members, $10 for non-members
November 22 7:00-9:00pm Windsor Park Hall Rug Hooking Free to community league members. Supplies and materials available at cost. Instruction available. Come out and learn this traditional Canadian handicraft, grown from rag rugs into a wide variety of floor and wall art. Contact Myra Bielby at 780 432-1574 for more information or simply show up!
November 23 7:00pm CODA: A Concert ST. GEORGE’S ANGLICAN CHURCH. 11733-87 ave. Tickets are $25 adults, $20 students and seniors, and can be purchased from the church office 780 433-1470.
November 24 9:30am Windsor Park Weekly Yoga Weekly Yoga – Moderate: 9:15am Doors Open. Session over at 10:45am; $12 - Drop In, bring your mat.
November 24 10am-5pm Just One World St. Basil's Cultural Centre, 10819 71 Ave. An ethical global marketplace, offers the opportunity to buy gifts that help to make the world a better place. The market has been part of Edmonton for over 30 years. Website
November 25 10am-3pm Just One World
November 26 7:00pm Toastmasters at WPCL Hall Weekly Fun Speaker Toastmasters Open Sessions to practice public speaking in a friendly, supportive environment – try it out for free
November 27 7:00pm WPCL EDO Talk and Dessert Windsor Park Historical Building – David Bass
November 29 7:00-9:00pm Windsor Park Hall Rug Hooking Free to community league members. Supplies and materials available at cost. Instruction available. Come out and learn this traditional Canadian handicraft, grown from rag rugs into a wide variety of floor and wall art. Contact Myra Bielby at 780 432-1574 for more information or simply show up!

December

December 1 9:30am Windsor Park Weekly Yoga Weekly Yoga – Moderate: 9:15am Doors Open. Session over at 10:45am; $12 - Drop In, bring your mat.
December 3 7:00pm Toastmasters at WPCL Hall Weekly Fun Speaker Toastmasters Open Sessions to practice public speaking in a friendly, supportive environment – try it out for free
December 5 7:00pm-8:30pm WPCL Sustainability Monthly Talk Free Series:Speaker - Preserving the Harvest. Treats and Refreshments Provided!
December 6 6:00-9:00pm Historic Rutherford House with Vintage Fork Live Jazz Night - in LOCAL Vintage Fork. 11153 Saskatchewan Dr., RSVP 780-975-2204 Champagne, Food, and Music. Reserve $45/person.
December 8 9:30am Windsor Park Weekly Yoga Weekly Yoga – Moderate: 9:15am Doors Open. Session over at 10:45am; $12 - Drop In, bring your mat.
December 10 7:00pm Toastmasters at WPCL Hall Weekly Fun Speaker Toastmasters Open Sessions to practice public speaking in a friendly, supportive environment – try it out for free
December 15 9:30am Windsor Park Weekly Yoga Weekly Yoga – Moderate: 9:15am Doors Open. Session over at 10:45am; $12 - Drop In, bring your mat.
December 16 2:00-4:00pm WPCL Christmas Sing Party at the Hall Chamber Orchestra, Choir Sing, Food.
December 20 7:30pm WPCL Monthly Sustainability Planning Meeting Join in, help plan the community’s Eco Initiatives.

January

January 9 1:30-2:30pm WPCL Older Adult Fitness Class with Experienced Instructor/Neighbour Bonnie Austen. Free for Windsor Park Members, $10 for non-members
January 16 1:30-2:30pm WPCL Older Adult Fitness Class with Experienced Instructor/Neighbour Bonnie Austen. Free for Windsor Park Members, $10 for non-members
January 16 7:00pm Royal Astronomical Society Regular Meetings are free and open to the public. How to Use a Telescope
January 22 7:00pm WPCL EDO Talk and Dessert Polar Bears – an Arctic Icon in a Changing Climate, by Neighbour and Professor Andy Derocher
January 23 1:30-2:30pm WPCL Older Adult Fitness Class with Experienced Instructor/Neighbour Bonnie Austen. Free for Windsor Park Members, $10 for non-members
January 30 1:30-2:30pm WPCL Older Adult Fitness Class with Experienced Instructor/Neighbour Bonnie Austen. Free for Windsor Park Members, $10 for non-members

February

February 6 7:00-8:30pm WPCL Sustainability Monthly Talk Free Series: Treats and Refreshments Provided. Meghan Jacklin on Bees

March

March 3 WPCL Soccer Bottle Drive Fundraiser & Quarterly (Spring) Newsletter Delivery
March 6 7:00-8:30pm WPCL Sustainability Monthly Talk Free Series: Treats and Refreshments Provided. Melissa Gorrie from Waste Free Edmonton
March 26 7:00pm WPCL EDO Talk and Potluck Dessert

May

May 15 7:00pm Royal Astronomical Society Regular Meetings are free and open to the public. How to Use a Telescope

June

June 2 WPCL Soccer Bottle Drive Fundraiser & Quarterly (Summer) Newsletter Delivery