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Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre (TCRC)

Sundays 5:00 – 7:00 pm*

FREE admission!

Just show your current Brookview Community League membership card. Please arrive early, as admission is on a first come first served basis.

Facility access includes access to the fitness centre, open gym, indoor running track, and children’s indoor playground. Please note there are age restrictions for use of indoor track and fitness centre at the TCRC.

*Community Swim & Facility Access Notifications

There are no notifications at this time.



Community League Membership has its Benefits

By becoming a member of your community league, you have demonstrated your commitment to your community. To honor your commitment and support your families’ health and well-being, the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues has teamed up with the City of Edmonton to form the Community League Wellness Program. Current Community League members receive admission incentives to enjoy Edmonton’s world-class sports and recreation facilities.


All current members of an Edmonton Community League with a valid membership card are eligible to participate in this program.

How the Program Works

Present your valid Edmonton Community League membership card, showing expiry date (payment receipts will not be accepted) at any one of the City of Edmonton’s sports and fitness facilities. Choose from the following Community League Wellness Products:

  • Annual Pass – Community League members receive a 20% discount on Adult, Family, Child, and Youth and Senior Annual Passes.
  • Continuous Monthly Pass – Community League members enjoy a 20% discount off the Continuous Monthly Membership Program using our convenient Pre-Authorized Debit Program (members will be asked to verify their eligibility for the discounted membership on an annual basis).
  • Multi Admission Pass – Community League members receive a 15% discount on our already discounted multi admission pass (starting at 5 visits).

Community League members who purchase the above passes will be issued a photo access card which is to be swiped at each admission.

For more information, call 780-944-7572 OR email CORPSALES@EDMONTON.CA.

New City Recreation Centre Member Benefits!

Become a City of Edmonton Recreation Centres member and take advantage of new membership benefits. 

Membership benefits include: 

  • 10% discount on registered recreation programs at recreation centres (not including City Arts Centre outreach programs)
  • 1-day, early program registration on recreation programs (not including City Arts Centre outreach programs)
  • Child-minding services (included with your child or family Facility Plus or All Facility membership)
  • Access to City of Edmonton outdoor pools
  • Drop-in skate and swim
  • 10% discount on annual Attraction membership to Edmonton Valley Zoo, Muttart Conservatory, John Janzen Nature Centre, Fort Edmonton Park and the Naturally Edmonton pass.
  • Access to exclusive member events
  • Complimentary swim assessment 
  • Exclusive offers and additional discounts from partner vendors
  • Membership hold period of up to two months (Applies to Annual Memberships only)

Note: Current and new Continuous Monthly and Annual Memberships are eligible for these new membership benefits.

Ask facility staff about becoming a member today, or call 311 for more details.



Please click here to visit the City of Edmonton Indoor Arenas webpage for Public Skate & Shinny Hockey information and schedules.


Peanut Butter & Jam Playgroup

PB&J is a parent cooperative playgroup in the Riverbend area that brings parents and their children up to 4 years of age, together in an environment of playing and learning. This is a great way for moms to meet other moms in the area, as well as for their children to interact with other kids their age.

For more information and to download an application, visit www.peanutbutterandjam.ca.


Brookview Community Preschool

Brookview Community Preschool


For more information about the Brookview Community Preschool, please visit their website at www.brookviewpreschool.com



Edmonton Minor Soccer Association SouthWest Zone

Registration for the EMSA South West 2018/19 indoor minor soccer season is now OPEN! Please visit emsasouthwest.com for the details.  

The in-person payment sessions will be held at the Blue Quill Community League Hall (11304-25 Ave NW): 

  • Wednesday, August 29th from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.
  • Tuesday, September 4th from 6:00 – 9:00 PM.
  • Thursday, September 6th from 6:00 – 9:00 PM.

Please bring:

      A copy of your online registration.

      Proof of Age, Address and Community League Membership Number.

      Registration Fee and Volunteer Deposit Cheque.

Please note: For information on how to purchase Brookview Community League memberships, please click here to visit our Memberships page.

For more information about the Edmonton Minor Soccer Association SouthWest Zone, please visit the EMSA SouthWest Zone website at www.emsasouthwest.com

Terwillegar Riverbend Soccer Association (TRSA) – District 5 of EMSA SouthWest

For more information about the Terwillegar Riverbend Soccer Association (TRSA), please visit the TRSA website at  www.TRSA.ca 


Southwest Basketball

For more information about Southwest Basketball (including registration information), please visit the Southwest Basketball website at www.southwestbasketball.com


SWAT Hockey (South West Area Two)

For more information about SWAT Hockey (including registration information), please visit the SWAT website at www.swat.ca


Edmonton Girls Hockey Association

For more information about the Edmonton Girls Hockey Association (EGHA) (including registration information), please visit the EGHA website at www.egha.ab.ca.


Edmonton Ringette

For more information about Edmonton Ringette (including registration information), please visit their website at www.edmontonringette.com

History of Ringette in Edmonton – an overview

Ringette is an exciting team sport played on ice with skates. Players use a straight stick to pass, carry and shoot a rubber ring, with their objective being to score in the opposing team’s net. The late Sam Jacks invented the sport in 1963 in North Bay, Ontario. The rules of Ringette were established to encourage controlled team play. Body checking is prohibited. The speed of the game has been enhanced with recent modifications to the rules, but teamwork remains essential. Ringette is played by two teams of 7 to 18 players, each with six players on the ice at one time (5 players and 1 goalkeeper).

Ringette offers challenging competition and provides the opportunity for athletes and volunteers to experience unparalleled team spirit and develop lasting friendships.

With the permission of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL) a committee of eleven community league representatives met on June 16, 1976 to form the Edmonton Federation Ringette Association (EFRA), which later became the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues Ringette Association (EFCLRA). By 1978 there were 18 communities interested in starting teams at various age levels. Participants registered within their communities and were placed on community teams.

In addition to the A and B and C levels of play, players are grouped according to age. The age categories have been revised over the years and currently are as follows:

U9 7 and under
U10 9 and under
U12 11 and under
U14 13 and under
U16 15 and under
U19 18 and under
Open 19 and over
Masters 30 and over



SEMS (South Edmonton Minor Softball)

For more information about South Edmonton Minor Softball (SEMS), please visit their website at www.southedmontonminorsoftball.ca


SWEMBA (South West Edmonton Minor Baseball Association)

For more information about South West Edmonton Minor Baseball Association (SWEMBA), please visit their website at www.southwestedmontonbaseball.ca


South West Edmonton Minor Football Association – The Mustangs

For more information about the South West Edmonton Minor Football Association (SWEMFA) (including registration information), please visit their website at www.swemfa.com


The Ohtsuka Amateur Karate Foundation (AKF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the presentation of Karate in its original classic form. The “Karate at South Edmonton” karate club is a member of the Ohtsuka Amateur Karate Foundation. At the heart of our instruction is the “Introduction to Karate” Program, offered at all of our clubs, which has established itself as the standard for both classic and innovative martial art instruction. The program features outstanding workouts which are both exciting and beneficial in a sporting recreational environment, requiring no previous martial arts knowledge. The activity is unique in combining in one pursuit an absorbing art, an exciting recreational activity, and practical, down to earth self-defense.

For more information about the Amateur Karate Foundation (AKF) at South Edmonton (including registration information), please visit their website at www.akfkarate.com


Small classes in which to explore self-care and open up the body. Welcome the opportunity to find balance, strength, and flexibility through a variety of yoga styles.

Yoga will be starting the Fall 2018 class series September 11 –  November 13, 2018.

All levels welcome!

Date/Time: Tuesdays from 7:00 pm to 8:15 pm

Location: Brookview Community Centre (280 Bulyea Road)

Fee: $100 for all 10 weeks or $12.00 drop-in

If you have any questions, please email the yoga instructor at sandylmah@gmail.com.


Image of Yang Style Tai Chi ‘Parting Wild Horses Mane’.

Tai Chi classes are completed for the Spring 2018 season.

Please check back here in August 2018 for updates on new programming.



WOW Walking Group has finished its last walk for the Spring 2017 season.

Please check back here for updates.


Enjoy a relaxing afternoon playing Bridge.

Thursdays 12:00 to 3:00 p.m.

Riverbend Community Centre

(258 Rhatigan Road East)

Open to all greater Riverbend area residents holding current Community League memberships.

For more details, please call 780-437-7108.





(10710-19 Ave NW)

For more information about the SWESA Centre, please call 587-987-3200 or visit their website at www.swedmontonseniors.ca



(2051 Leger Road NW)



Find food, information, outreach, recreation and cards every afternoon!

Located at 316 Saddleback Rd. NW, Edmonton, AB

Hours: Mon-Fri: 9 am – 4 pm

Minimum age: 55

Annual Membership Fee: $15

Wheelchair accessible

For more information, please call 780-437-8759 or email at heritageseniors@shaw.ca


Lunch and a Program

3rd Tuesdays of the Month

(except July and August)

$15 for Seniors (55+) except December

11:45 am to 2:00 pm at Greenfield Community Hall (3803 -114 st)

For more information or to confirm your attendance by the Friday preceding the lunch meeting please call:

Nick 780-435-1045 or

Betty 780-434-0711

We look forward to your participation!


MacEwan University

Alberta College Campus

Room #628, 10050 MacDonald Drive, Edmonton, AB

For more information, please call 780-497-5082 or E-Mail: minerva@macewan.ca


Edmonton Lifelong Learners Association (ELLA) is a non-profit association working in partnership with the University of Alberta’s Department of Extension to promote lifelong learning and social opportunities for adults 50+ years.

One of our primary programs is a three week spring session at the University. The course is very affordable, $250 for four 3 week (15 sessions each) long courses (and subsidies are available to persons who require financial assistance). All instructors are vetted by staff from the University to ensure that instruction is of a high caliber. There are no prerequisites, no exams and no homework. Anyone 50 years of age and older who is interested is welcome. Course offerings include subject matter from the humanities, the sciences, the arts and health and wellness. Please see the poster below for more details.

For more information about ELLA, please visit the ELLA website at my-ella.com


The Seniors’ Pickleball Program (55+) runs on outdoor courts from the end of April/first week of May until the end of autumn. The outdoor courts are located on 53rd Ave between St. Monica’s School and Riverbend Jr. High (14710 – 53 Ave). Drop-in play is scheduled for Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00 am – 12:00 noon and advanced play is Wednesday and Friday from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm.

During the winter months, the 55+ Pickleball Group will move indoors to the Terwillegar Rec Centre (2051 Leger Rd).

For more information —

Please contact Glenn Kissick at 780-587-5198 or at gjkissick@gmail.com


Brookview Community League is very pleased to announce that the Brookview Tennis Courts have been resurfaced in 2015 and include two new features: Pickleball lines on one court and a practice backboard on the other. This is the first resurfacing and improvement undertaken since the courts were first built in 1991, and the Brookview courts are now among the best in the Southwest area of Edmonton!

Tennis/Pickleball Courts Location: On the north side of the Brookview Community Centre (280 Bulyea Road).

General Rules of Use

  • To use the courts, Brookview residents must have a current Brookview Community League (BCL) membershipCommunity League Members who reside outside of Brookview may purchase an Associate membership with BCL providing that they are current members of their home league. Information on how to purchase these memberships can be found at www.brookviewcommunityleague.ca/memberships
  • To obtain the code to enter the Northwest gate of the courts, please email tennis@brookviewcommunityleague.ca
  • The portable pickleball nets are in a storage deck box beside Court 1 (combo tennis/pickleball court). The combination for the deck box is the same as the gate code to enter the courts. Please disassemble the nets after use, return them to the deck box, and lock.
  • The tennis, practice backboard and pickleball courts are available on a first come, first serve basis at times when programming or lessons are not in progress.  
  • The use of the courts for conducting private lessons without prior arrangements to reserve and rent through BCL is strictly prohibited and subject to loss of membership privileges.
  • Tennis players please be courteous to pickleball players and move to Court 2 (court dedicated to tennis) when it is free. If both courts are in use or Court 2 is not playable due to standing water, we ask pickleball players to please wait their turn for Court 1 to become available.
  • Please be courteous to other players and limit your play to 1 hour if others are waiting.
  • Wear only soft-soled, non-marking shoes on the courts.
  • No bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, hockey sticks, food or glass are allowed.
  • Please keep our courts clean. Deposit all garbage including empty tennis ball canisters and lids in the garbage can by the Northwest entrance gate.
  • Courts must be locked if you are the last to leave. To lock, spin combination to random number and click lock into place.

Please help secure the courts and maintain access privileges by reporting the following to tennis@brookviewcommunityleague.ca:
Incidents of the gate being left unlocked with empty courts, any damage to the nets or gate, and any other misuse or abuse.

Thank you for your cooperation!

So what exactly is Pickleball?

Pickleball is a court sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. It can be played as a singles game but is usually played as doubles. It can be played outdoors or indoors on a badminton sized court for year round fun and exercise by all ages to over 80. It is an easy game to learn and most everyone can play the game after just a short time of hitting the ball, which is a 3 inch diameter hollow plastic ball with holes like a whiffle-ball that travels at about 1/3 the speed of a tennis ball back and forth across a net that is 2 inches lower than a tennis net and uses a paddle that is larger than those used for ping pong. All skill levels evolve over time to play within their peer group. It has now become the game of choice for seniors. But there is a warning: Once you get hooked on Pickleball you will probably find that it is so much fun that you will “waste” hours each week laughing, improving your game, and getting into better physical and mental shape!

Thanks to SWESA for gathering the following Pickleball documents for your information and use:

Here are some videos to help improve your game:



In July and August 2018, beginner Learn to Play Tennis lessons will be offered at the Brookview Tennis Courts (300 Bulyea Road) for kids ages 6-12.

Discounts on lesson fees for all Community League members!

Lessons run Monday – Friday. Come prepared for your tennis lessons by bringing a tennis racquet, sunscreen, a hat, and water.

For more information and to register, please visit www.riverbendonline.ca.


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The Brookview Outdoor Skating Rink is now closed for the season.

The rink will re-open next winter when weather permits–usually early December.

Please continue to visit this webpage for Notifications regarding the Brookview Outdoor Skating Rink.


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The Brookview Outdoor Skating Rink is now closed for the season.

Please check back December 2018 for more information regarding Family Skate.


Please check back December 2018 for more information regarding Learn to Skate Programs in Brookview.


Please check back in Fall 2018 for details of the Brookview Fall and Winter Green Shack program.