LEEFIELD COMMUNITY LEAGUE
RIDGEFIELD ・ LEERIDGE

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Established in October 1973, Leefield was the first Community League to be developed in the Mill Woods area. Its original name was the Mill Woods Community League, which was confusing given the larger area of Mill Woods. On the advice of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues, it changed its name to Leefield, derived from its two neighbourhoods – Leeridge and Richfield.

Leefield was one of the founding members of the Mill Woods Cultural and Recreational Facility Association (MCARFA) and contributed generously to its many capital projects around Mill Woods. It continues to contribute to the community at large while working to build its infrastructure. Its attractive community hall was completed in 1982 and has been used extensively for its own functions as well as those of other groups.

Community Hall is located at 7910 36 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6K 1H7.  Call 780-463-2456 to book a viewing.                                      

  • Capacity: 250

  • Attached patio, deck and gas firepit, natural gas barbecue, large

  • Commercial kitchen

  • Wheelchair accessibility

  • State of the art sound system/projector/screen. 

  • Fireside Room with a capacity of 60 people

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