Being a member of the Killarney Community League is important!
Funds generated through memberships are used to maintain the hall, produce a newsletter, organize community programs, show good neighbourly spirit and make the community a more pleasant place to live. Sign up to be a member today!
The Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch Program is based on volunteers.
The strength of the program is based on the efforts of our members in each neighbourhood.
If you would like to join us, we would love to hear from you!
Our Hall is available for rental by both Killarney Community League members and non-members.
We have two rental areas available: our main hall and upper lounge.
We offer weekend and weekday rates, as well as wedding packages that include Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The Killarney Community League is a volunteer-run organization.
We depend on our volunteers to run the board and plan community activities.
If you can help, we would love to hear from you!
Killary became part of Edmonton in 1913, with development really taking off in the 1960s. Killarney is bounded on the north by 132 Avenue, on the east by 82 Street, on the south by 127 Avenue, and on the west by 97 Street.