TWIN BROOKS Community League
Our vibrant and diverse community of Twin Brooks is located at the confluence of the Whitemud Creek and the Blackmud Creek, hence the origin of the name Twin Brooks.
Bordering the MacTaggart Nature Sanctuary, land was annexed by the City of Edmonton in the 1980's for the Twin Brooks sub-division, with the majority of the residential construction occurring in the 1990's - 2000's.
The culturally diverse and rich fabric of Twin Brooks is home to an estimated population of 6,600 residents, many of whom have contributed to our community to enhance a family- focused, safe, and active neighborhood.
We are fortunate to have George P. Nicholson Elementary School, Alberta Health Services public health centre, YMCA childcare, and the amazing NEW Twin Brooks Community League Centre within our boundaries.
Opening the doors in April, 2016, the Twin Brooks Community League Centre is the hub of diverse activities and programs developed to meet the needs and interests of our community members.
The volunteer members of the Twin Brooks Community League Board of Director's are continuously working hard to improve the quality of life for families and individuals whom call Twin Brooks "home".
Minor league soccer, the Seniors Initiative Fund (SIF), yoga, zumba, arts & crafts, fitness classes, and Nature Stewardship, are just some of the programs the league has developed to offer as community-based activities.
We look forward to meeting you and invite you to join us at the TBCL Centre throughout the year!
New! REGISTER FOR MEMBERSHIP ONLINE!
TWIN BROOKS OUTDOOR RINK IS NOW OPEN
OPEN DAILY UNTIL 10:00PM UNLESS CLOSED DUE TO PAID RENTALS, WEATHER AND/OR MAINTENANCE
Please respect the signs, each other and have fun!
SATURDAY & SUNDAY RINK SCHEDULE-
SKATING 8:00AM - 10:00AM
What’s All Involved In Ice Making & Maintenance
Twin Brooks Community League is proud to offer its residents wonderful facilities for their family enjoyment including a full size NHL outdoor skating rink. The Community League volunteers are preparing to start the winter rink operations. Maintaining the rink in the winter mostly involves ice maintenance, and ensuring the surrounding walkway areas around the rink are safe for public use.