After years of work by volunteers Poplar Park Playground and basketball courts are open and we’re celebrating on June 3. Mark your calendar and come and celebrate!
LAST LATE SOCCER REGISTRATION!
Attention Belle Rive, Eaux Claires and Evansdale Soccer Players!
Spring 2016 soccer/Sport Explorerz registration is at Evansdale Hall
Feb. 24, 6-8pm Feb. 29, 6-8pm Mar. 9, 6-8pm
- Mar 22, 6-9 pm
Please remember to bring:
- 1 cheque for registration fee
- 1 cheque for membership fee
- 1 cheques/child for volunteer commitment deposit ($150 each)
- Pre-register online: http://emsanorth.com/play/register/ (you DO NOT need to preregister if you are signing children up for Sport Explorerz.
Where to register: Evansdale Community Hall, 9111 – 150 Avenue.
What to do for soccer: complete your pre registration at EMSA (www.emsanorth.ca) bring your pre registration form, purchase your membership, sign up for your volunteer commitments, pay your fees.
What to do for Sport Explorerz (3-5 year olds): simply show up at the registration!
Did you know that even though your child wants to play with another community you must register in your home community and indicate on your registration form which community your child wants to play with.
Sport Explorerz is new this year: Looking for the perfect introductory sports program for 3-5 year olds? It’s our Sport Explorerz physical literacy program that introduces the younger set to all the basic skills they can use to stay active throughout their lives AND they also learn the fundamental skills that will help them excel in sport. TO REGISTER SIMPLY SHOW UP on a registration date!
Join our soccer volunteer team, have fun, make a difference, and oh yeah forget about bingos!
Volunteer for soccer – Become part of the program!
Email: email@example.com – volunteer commitments
Email: Jeff Muiselaar firstname.lastname@example.org – general inquiries
Email: Ray Costley email@example.com – soccer questions regarding schedules, season start time, teams, etc.
Evansdale Sport Explorerz and Soccer registration
Will take place at the Evansdale Hall on the following dates:
- Wed. Feb. 24: 6pm to 8pm
- Mon. Feb. 29: 6pm to 8pm
- Wed. Mar. 9: 6pm to 8pm
Sport Explorer is the perfect way to introduce 3-5 year-old kids to sports and physical activities with all the emphasis on the fundamentals used in all sports. Evansdale will be running this new program right in our community. It’s the perfect start for active kids and for kids who will play any sport in the future.
Work off your soccer volunteer commitment IN ADVANCE on Family Day, Monday Feb. 15th!
If you are registering children in soccer this year, you can AVOID BINGOS AND WORK YOUR VOLUNTEER COMMITMENT RIGHT AWAY! Help us out this Family Day Monday Feb. 15 and you will not have to do bingos for your soccer volunteer commitment. CALL Hanna at Evansdale to Volunteer 780-905-9551
Evansdale requires a Soccer Director ASAP
OR the soccer program may be at risk.
A new director will be mentored by the previous director. Call Jeff Muiselaar to discuss 780-478-1959 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Evansdale soccer would like to thank Moe Taha, our retiring soccer director and all of our indoor coaches for doing such a great job. See you at the registration events!
The perfect program to introduce 3 – 5 year olds to the fundamentals of sport
Sport Explorerz – the Power to Move Kids
The north Edmonton community leagues of Kilkenny, McLeod, Northmount, Evansdale, and Lago Lindo have joined forces to create the new Sport Explorerz program to help 3-5-year-old children acquire and practice basic movement and sports skills in a fun and engaging way. It’s the perfect pre-sports program and you can take it within your community.
Let’s face it… most 3-5-year olds just want to have fun! Sport Explorerz is not a sport, but rather a fun way to get an active start in physical activity in ways that enhance coordination, foster new social skills and build confidence by engaging in fun physical activities. Sport Explorerz is accessible to all types of children with the focus on fun! Children will learn fundamental skills that will serve them in multiple sports. Active Start and Fundamentals are the physical literacy stages of the Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model across all sports (canadiansportforlife.ca). In short, children will learn the skill fundamentals that will help them be successful in any sport and help encourage them to start today on an active lifestyle that will last a lifetime.
Steve Nash didn’t start playing basketball until he was 12-years-old. He played soccer, tennis and hockey in his early years. Wayne Gretzky couldn’t wait for spring so he could play baseball and lacrosse, his summer sports passions. Many coaches actively seek out athletes with multisport backgrounds. It’s now becoming clear that early specialization in a sport can be a disadvantage instead of an advantage when it comes to success. Single sport athletes are also 70-90 percent more prone to injuries (retrieved January 11, 2016 from https://www.premiersportpsychology.com/sport-psychology/to-specialize-or-not-to-specialize-assessing-the-risks-of-playingonly-one-sport/).
Whether you think your child is the next Steve Nash or Wayne Gretzky, or if you simply want to help your child develop a healthy, active lifestyle, Sport Explorerz may be just what you have been looking for. Sport Explorerz will be led by trained leaders in a way that will give all kids the “power to move” in sport and in life. Parent participation is required.
Programs start May 1 and will run weekly for eight weeks. Fees are $50 for the summer session. Volunteer service is required. Sign up at the community league sports registration days at the following community leagues: (check websites for times and additional dates):
- Evansdale Sports Registrations
- February 24, 29 & March 9
- 6-8pm – Evansdale Hall – 9111 150 Ave.