Public Info Session on Electoral Reform – Nov 13

Public Info Session on Electoral Reform – Nov 13

Be informed before you VOTE!

Are you wondering what the proposed electoral reform would mean? Listen to our speakers from both sides of the electoral reform debate to explain which system BC should use for provincial elections.
  • SUZANNE ANTONVOTE NO on proportional representation
  • ANTONY HODGSONVOTE YES on proportional representation
    The session will be moderated by Dr. Richard Johnston (Canada Research Chair in Public Opinion, Elections and Representation, Department of Political Science, UBC.
This public information session will be held in room 109 at the Kerrisdale Community Centre on Tuesday, 13 November from 7-9 pm. All welcomed. 

2018 Volunteer of the Year Award

Congratulations Brendan McCracken – 2018 KCCS Volunteer of the Year! The Kerrisdale Community Centre Society (KCCS) is very pleased to announce that Brendan McCracken is the recipient of the 2018 Volunteer of the Year Award. Since 2006, Brendan has lived in Kerrisdale and has been coming to the Kerrisdale Seniors Centre for lunch. He noticed… Continue Reading

2018 AGM Kerrisdale CC Society Board – Feb 21

Kerrisdale Community  Centre Society NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Wednesday, February 21, 2018 @7:30 pm Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the members of the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society (the “Society”) will be held at Kerrisdale Community Centre at 5851 West Boulevard, Vancouver, British Columbia. The meeting will start at 7:30pm in… Continue Reading

When Kerrisdale ROCKED!

When Kerrisdale ROCKED!

When Kerrisdale ROCKED! Built in 1949, the Kerrisdale Arena has offered a host of recreational options to the community from skating lessons, roller derby and ice hockey games to concerts by some of the most influential musicians of our time. In 1956, Bill Haley & the Comets ROCKED Vancouver at the Kerrisdale Arena and by the… Continue Reading

Kerrisdale Community Centre is Life-Changing

Kerrisdale Community Centre is Life-Changing

Kerrisdale Community Centre is Life-Changing Just back from an active vacation in the UK and Croatia, Janet Polonijo immediately credited the Kerrisdale Community Centre with helping her to take that type of holiday. “I have a personal trainer and am in the exercise room several times a week,” she explained. “Being able to work out here has been… Continue Reading

A Sense of Belonging

A Sense of Belonging

A Sense of Belonging When Mary Anne Davies moved back to Vancouver in 2005, after several decades in Ontario, she knew she wanted to live in the Kerrisdale area – and that she wanted to be involved in the community. And she is very involved. Mary Anne is the Past Chairperson for the Seniors’ Council… Continue Reading

The Language of Community with Kevin Wong

The Language of Community with Kevin Wong

The Language of Community with Kevin Wong Kevin Wong can often be found playing snooker in the billiards room at the Kerrisdale Community Centre. “The snooker table is an important part of social interaction here at the community centre,” he explained. “It gives quite a few of us an opportunity to connect on several levels… Continue Reading

A Welcoming Place to Land

A Welcoming Place to Land

A Welcoming Place to Land For mom and daughter duo, Alison and Bella Verghese, the Kerrisdale Community Centre is a big part of their lives. When their family emigrated from Australia to Canada several years ago for her husband’s career advancement, Alison said it was initially tough because she was unable to work while waiting… Continue Reading