VOLUNTEER PIANIST(s) for SENIORS CHOIR

VOLUNTEER PIANIST(s) for SENIORS CHOIR

VOLUNTEER PIANIST(s) for SENIORS CHOIR

KERRISDALE SENIORS SINGERS is a mixed voice volunteer community choir of 26 members. The Choir was established in mid 1970’s.

Established in the mid 1970’s, the choir practices on Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 am at the Kerrisdale Seniors Centre. We perform 12 concerts a year at seniors’ residences, care and community centres. An honorarium is presented to our pianist twice a year.

Do you play the piano? Your assistance would be greatly appreciated!

We look forward to welcoming you. Please speak or leave a message with Musical Director Marilyn at 604-876-8666.

Presidents Report to the Membership-Summer 2018

Presidents Report to the Membership-Summer 2018

Presidents Report to the Membership-Summer 2018 As the new president of the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society my first duty is to wholeheartedly thank Kathleen Bigsby our president since 2013, and new past-president. Kathleen’s leadership and guidance has been outstanding. I also wish to express my thanks to former board members Don Munton, Alex Cherkezoff, and… Continue Reading

KCC Star of Vancouver Winner

KCC Star of Vancouver Winner

The Kerrisdale Community Centre has again been voted the “Best Community Centre on the West side of Vancouver”. We thank the local readers of the Vancouver Courier for their support, and the Courier newspaper itself, for sponsoring this friendly competition.   To complement this achievement, Kerrisdale was also voted the “Best Neighbourhood” in the City.  Continue Reading

Summer Recreation Guide Online

Summer Recreation Guide Online

 Summer Recreation Guide Online Summer 2018 Registration Dates Friday May 25: Online Registration begins at 9:00am. Only 60% of available spots in programs will be available on-line. Friday May 25: In Person, Timesavers available 8:00am, Registration begins at 9:00am. Monday May 28: Phone In Registration begins at 9:00am. By Telephone 604-257-8100 ex 1 or Fax… Continue Reading