Lionel Courchene Park
Check out a baseball league game or take your team down for practice at Lionel Courchene Park.
City parks are open for casual use. To minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission, stay home when sick, stay 2 metres apart, do not gather in groups, and wear a mask in crowded spaces. Spectators for outdoor sports are not permitted as per new public health orders.
Dawn until dusk
Lionel Courchene Park is located between Johnston Heights Secondary and William F. Davidson Elementary School in South Guildford.
Established in 2001, Lionel Courchene Park is predominantly an active park, featuring 4 baseball diamonds, a t-ball diamond, a soccer field and a washroom building. Two of the larger diamonds are equipped with bleachers for league play. The fields are busy in the summer, so be sure to book a field if you are interested in a game or team practice. Parking is available from 99 Ave and 154 Street.
Lionel Courchene Park is home to two community gardens. The Lionel Courchene Garden has two community uses:
- A programmed Growing Roots Community Garden managed by DIVERSEcity that supports the integration of newcomers to Canada; and
- General garden plots available for neighbours, schools and other community partners facilitated by community garden members.
All garden plots are farmed by individual residents, so please be respectful of their efforts.
Growing Roots Community Garden at Lionel Courchene
The Growing Roots Community Garden, along with the Hazelnut Meadows Community Garden, is operated by the non-profit group DIVERSEcity. Both gardens are part of DIVERSEcity's Food Security Program, which provides opportunities for immigrant, refugee and low income families to increase their food security through multicultural cooking groups and community garden activities.
Contact Sasikala Sridar at 604-547-1378 or email email@example.com to inquire about plot availability.
Lionel Courchene Community Garden
General plots are gardened by neighbourhood residents, including local schools. Some beds are gardened collaboratively and the site is also home to several fruit trees. The garden is managed by members.
Email Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about plot availability or call 604-501-5050 and we will have someone from the garden get back to you.
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