The community is prepresented by the Wellington Park Community League established in 1958 and maintains a community Hall and outdoor skating rinks located at 132 Street & 134 Avenue.
Wellington Park Community league works to improve the neighbourhood spirit and quality of live for all living in the community. We are focused on bringing children together for play, sport and recreation.
There are many mature beautiful parks in the neighbourhood.
We have lots of exciting events in the Wellington Park Community. We hope to see you at one of up-coming events!
Outdoor Sports Season
Join us for our upcoming sports season! We are still accepting registration. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Norm Brenneis Bench Dedication & Refreshments
Join us on June 1 at 2pm at the Wellington Park Community Hall for a light lunch and a bench dedication ceremony.
Rock Star Camp
Our Neighbourhood Registered Day Camp Programs offer a variety of themed experiences for children ages 3-12. With camps hosted by Community Leagues across the city, there’s bound to be an exciting and engaging program near you. Check out our What’s New Page for more details.
Lifetime Membership Award
The community gives out a Lifetime Membership Award to those community members that hold a membership for 30 years and who volunteers in the community. This year’s recipient is known by many in the Community, congratulations go out to Darlene Skoreiko as the recipient of our Lifetime Member Award. Not only has she been a member of the community but a dedicated volunteer, she started off as the Bingo Director for many years and as many of you know this is a position that requires many hours of patience looking for volunteers! Once she stepped down as Bingo Director, Darlene would become a Bingo Angel and always be willing to help when asked to volunteer a bingo because there was a shortage of Bingo Workers. She was involved in the Sports Programs in the community specifically softball. The first year Victor and Darlene coached their children’s teams they won the title of “City Champions’ and continued on to win several championships along the way. If Darlene wasn’t busy enough, she took on the annual Garage Sale and Christmas Craft Fair. Darlene was President of the League for 3 years and currently holds the Past President position on the Board for the Community League. We can’t thank you enough Darlene for what you do for the community.
We have some amazing sports and are always looking for new team members. Are you interested in softball, soccer or scouts?