Unfortunately due to the current COVID-19 conditions, the decision has been made to postpone the park celebration until spring of 2022.

We hope you will still visit the park and check out the new seating, landscaping and fitness features, and we'll see you in the spring of 2022!

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Unfortunately the skatepark will need to be closed during construction work on the rest of the park, as per the City of Edmonton  construction notice CoE park may 2021


We are delighted to report that construction on the next phase of the park is scheduled for 2021.

Currently the Capilano skatepark is the only amenity in the park. Features being added in 2021 reflect what we heard from you.

Some of the new amenities will include:
- A paved walking loop to connect all the features of the park and allow accessibility for all ages and abilities.
- Adult/youth fitness equipment in fitness pods along the walkway. The equipment will be multipurpose pieces that focus on balance and strength.
- Benches with arms to improve accessibility for sitting down and getting up, especially for those who are elderly or with mobility issues. Most of the benches are placed in groupings of two or more to make it easier to chat with your neighbor.
- Tables for seating and to enjoy picnics in the park.
- A half-basketball court.
- Shade elements include shade trees and a shade structure.
Note: The community also asked for native planting and edible plantings and the plan is for future naturalized plantings along the north edge of the park. We will be working with Root for Trees to add native plants and edible plants in this area by community planting projects; however, the planting can only begin after a one to two-year period during which the area is undisturbed. This future planting area will be fenced off once construction begins on the rest of the park.

If you would like to help fund this project,

Here is the handout from Claudia's Pollinator and Edible Gardening presentation on Sept 12, 2020 regarding creating a yard with edible plants, pollinators and gorgeous flowers.

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Free presentation at Fulton Place hall - get tips to create a yard with edible plants, pollinators and gorgeous flowers.
Registration is required for this presentation due to limited seating.
Followed by outdoor entertainment, displays and snacks starting at 11:30 - no registration needed for the outdoor talk FB post2

Webinar on June 9th at 6 pm. To register:

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We are excited to finally be moving forward with the second phase of the Fulton Ravine South Park (locally known as the Capilano Skate Park). Check out the concept plans for the park, based on what we heard from the community. Stay tuned for more info and updates! 

View the full presentation here, and stay tuned for more updates soon!


updated SECLA AGM 2020

We're in the process of upgrading our website! 

Some features may not be available, but will be back soon. 

Thank you,

The SECLA Team


There are lots of things happening in our neighbourhoods these days, such as infill, LRT development, potential changes to transit routes, community park development, and lots of community events and activities, to name a few. Often these changes or activities will affect multiple neighbourhoods. The South East Community Leagues Association (SECLA) is a non-profit community league area council with members from eleven leagues. SECLA is taking a look at how we can represent our neighbourhoods (from Avonmore to Capilano, see map for more info) in a meaningful way. We'd we’d love your help! Please take 5 minutes to fill out this survey and let us know what’s important to you. Please complete the SECLA survey to share your ideas with us before September 20, 2018.

Fill out the survey here!

Unfortunately, the KickFlip event planned for November 23rd had to be cancelled. Thank you to everyone who expressed interest in this event. People who have purchased tickets will be refunded through Eventbrite.

Wellness Fair Sat Sept 17:

After a rainy morning, it was a beautiful afternoon for the Wellness Fair on September 17th. Special thanks to all the  participants who donated their time to provide all the great information, and to lead us in fitness activities.

Thanks for the displays by:

Alberta Food Matters
Alberta Health Services public health dietitians
Capilano Play school
Capilano Rehab Centre
Communities ChooseWell (Alberta Recreation and Parks Association)
Edmonton Public Library
Fast Trax Run and Ski Shop
Oliver Primary Care Network
Paths for People
St Elizabeth Home Care
Southeast Edmonton Seniors Association (SEESA)
The City of Edmonton (Low Impact Development area, and Master Composters Recyclers)
Urban Poling
Wild Bird General Store

Thanks to the fitness instructors:

Sharon Weber (boot camp)
Sandra Thomsen (Hawaiian hula)
Sharon Melvin (tai chi)
Melany James (yoga)
Allison Moore (zumba)

Also, a big thanks to Fire station #11 for making a special appearance at the event. Kids of all ages enjoyed your visit!

Thank you as to the participants who donated prizes for the event, to Lorena from Curves and Sandy from Epicure for donating the lovely gift baskets, and to Alberta Blue Cross for donating small gifts for volunteer appreciation.

Stop by the Skate Park for a BBQ! - Enjoy a free Hotdog and drink. Donations accepted for the Park Development Project.

Learn more about the Park Development Project and provide your suggestions by completing the community survey.

Hear about other events being planned and find out how you can get involved!

Check out the 2016 Wellness Fair at Fulton Ravine South Park!

Click read more to find out the details.

Age Friendly Edmonton offers free presentations over telephone from the comfort of your own home! 

Below are just some of the examples of presentations offered! Click Read More to see all the courses and the schedule. 

Brain Games: Call in for an hour of mind tingling fun! Try some word games with us to challenge your brain. Presenter: Recreation Therapists, Home Living, Alberta Health Services 

Dare to Age Well: Cutting Edge information for Senior Citizens who want to get older without getting old. Presenter: Physicians from University of Alberta 

ETS Transportation Services-Family Information Session: Find out about all the services, tools and training programs that ETS offers to Edmontonians. ETS is committed to making public transportation easy and convenient for everyone regardless of ability. Presenter: Margaret Dorey, ETS 

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