Workshop Calendar

Workshop Calendar

 

Workshop Calendar

Pre-registration is required for all workshops. Call 604-257-8100 to confirm your space.

JANUARY

VSB – Building Student Success – BC’s Curriculum 19+ yrs

Join us to learn about the new BC Currirculum, Core Competencies, Assessments & Reports. Workshop faciliated bu VSB ELL Consultant Miss Ann Steward Hunter. For more information, contact Elisabeth Chan at 778.227.5452 or echan@vsb.bc.ca
F 9:30 am-11:00 am Jan 11
179503 Free, registration required.

Healthy Eating for Seniors 55+ yrs

How to use Canada’s revised Food Guide and food labels to make healthy food choices.
F 10:00 am-11:00 am Jan 18
196104 Free, registration required
Instructor: COSCO

Sports First Aid Course 16+yrs

Participants are introduced to sport injury prevention and on-site management of sports related injuries. Topics covered include roles and responsibilities, emergency planning and prevention of injuries, recognition and control of life-threatening situations and common sports injuries. *A certificate of completion will be issued. This course is approved for 7.0 PE/A2 CMTBC Continuing Education Credits.
Sa 10:00am-6:00pm Jan 26
192204 $126/1 sess
Instructor: Sport Medicine Council Of BC

 

FEBRUARY

 

Arm Knitting 16+ yrs

Would you like to make a DIY project for a handmade gift or for yourself? Join our class to learn the new and trending concept of “arm knitting” to make a “30 minute infinity scarf” using only yarn and your two arms! You will have a complete project done by the end of the class. Materials and instruction included in the fee.
Sa 10:00 am-1:00 pm Feb 09
192719 $35/1 sess
Instructor: Karen Lam

Kombucha Workshop 19+yrs

In this class we will start with tasty samples and conversations about Kombucha and everyone’s experiences with it. We will learn about the benefits, process, what supplies we will need, and techniques for flavoring and carbonating. This will be a hands on workshops and participants will get to bring their Kombucha starter kit home with them. We will also brew a fresh batch of Kombucha together. By the end of the class, you will have the information, materials, and confidence you need to start making your own Kombucha! All supplies are included in workshop fee.
Sa 1:00 pm-3:00 pm Dec 15
191712 $25/1 sess
Sa 1:00 pm-3:00 pm Feb 09
191731 $25/1 sess
Instructor: Sharon Lee

Indispenisble Binder 55+ yrs

Imagine your house is on fire and you need to take with you your most important information and documents. Grab your Indispensable Binder! Imagine you are have a stroke or heart attack, or are hurt in a serious accident. Your family needs to have all the important information to manage everything while you are in hospital recovering. Grab your binder! What if you, or your spouse dies suddenly? Where are all the important documents and information? This important course walks you through the steps to create your own Indispensable Binder. It will become a handy reference for you, your property, travel medications, finances, will, power of attorney representation agreement, contact information for your friends and relatives, and lots more. Here is a systematic format for you to create and organize your own binder, or for $30 in class, you can purchase a binder ready to go. Binder not included in the cost of the workshop. Come early and purchase your binder at the Seniors desk.
Tu 9:30 am-12:0 pm Feb 12
192874 $30/1 sess
Instructor: Diana Cruchley

Empower Me 16+yrs

Empower Me program is an award-winning energy conservation program designed to help people especially new comers from diverse cultural backgrounds to save energy, save money and to make their home safer and more comfortable. We work with various cultural communities and it’s our mission to help people, especially the newcomers, to live comfortably and learn more about energy saving. This program is free for participants and available in multiple languages.
F 12:30pm-2:30pm Feb 15
195825 Free
F 12:30pm-2:30pm Mar 08
195826 Free
Instructor: Sepideh Dalil

Buying and Selling Real Estate 19+ yrs

We all know that buying or selling real estate in Vancouver is a high-stakes enterprise. But it is also complex, so understanding the way it works and knowing what to watch out for are keys to making informed decisions. In this educational seminar, we’ll review market conditions, the best markets for buying and selling, the steps in buying and selling a condo or a house, financing, all aspects of downsizing, and what you should expect from your Realtor® to ensure your interests are protected.Maureen Stout, Ph.D., is a Realtor® with Sutton Group West Coast Realty, and a former university professor and author. Paul Richard, MBA, is a former CEO and business coach. Everyone is welcome! Free but please pre-register.
Tu 7:00 pm-9:00 pm Feb 19
192790 Free, registration required

Frauds and Scams 55+ yrs

We investigate the ways in which fraudsters take in people in order to rob them of their money and possessions. Seniors are frequent victims, and need to be aware of how to protect themselves.
F 10:00 am-11:00 am Feb 22
196111 Free, registration required
Instructor: COSCO

Medieval Bookbinding 19+ yrs

Learn to make a book using historical medieval technique; ideal for journaling or sketching. No prior experience necessary. All material and tool provided. All materials are vegan.
Sa 1:45 pm-4:45 pm Feb 23
192915 50/1 sess
Instructor: Suzan Lee

NEPP Earthquake Preparedness – Personal & Family 16+yrs

We all witnessed the earthquakes in New Zealand, Haiti and Italy and saw the devastation caused. Vancouver was rocked with a magnitude 4.8 earthquake serving as a wakeup call – we too could be faced with a massive earthquake – yet few of us take the steps to ensure we are prepared. This session covers what is required to develop your family emergency plan, how to conduct a “Home Hazard” Hunt and what to do when an earthquake strikes. Pre-registartion is required.
W 7:00pm-8:30pm Feb 27
192653 Free
Instructor: City Of Vancouver NEPP

 

MARCH

 

Mustard & Sauerkraut Workshop 19+ yrs

Join Sharon in a hands on workshop in creating your own sauerkraut and mustard. You will get to take with you a jar of mustard and sauerkraut to enjoy at home. All supplies are included in workshop fee.
Sa 1:00 pm-3:00 pm Mar 09
191733 $25/1 sess
Instructor: Sharon Lee

Hearing Screening & Demostration 55+ yrs

Free adult & senior hearing screening & hearing aid demonstration. Many people don’t realize they have hearing loss. Come and have your hearing tested.
Tu 10:00 am-2:00 pm Mar 20
199662 Free

Small Boxes 19+ yrs

Learn to make a small box; ideal for packing small gifts(e.g. bracelets) or storing loose items safely and neatly (e.g. pins). No prior experience necessary. All materials and tolls provided. All materials are vegan.
Sa 1:45 pm-4:45 pm Mar 23
194762 $50/1 sess
Instructor: Suzan Lee

Social Connectedness 55+ yrs

Loneliness and isolation are unhealthy. This workshop examines the social determinants of health and well-being. It helps participants to determine the level of social connectedness they need and how to achieve it.
F 10:00 am-11:00 am Mar 29
196119 Free, registration required
Instructor: COSCO

Pottery Camp  (6-12 yrs)

Pottery Camp (6-12 yrs)

Pottery Camp (6-12 yrs) Enjoy a fun-filled week of pottery and other related arts. An overview of hand-building (table) and throwing (pottery wheel) techniques will be taught. Suitable for returning students and beginners. Please pack a lunch and water bottle. Note: All pottery items must be picked up within 6 weeks of the class ending.… Continue Reading

One Day Holiday Workshops

One Day Holiday Workshops

One Day Holiday Workshops   Parent & Child Holiday Pottery Class Come and join us for some holiday fun as we create festive projects out of clay with your child. Snowmen, gift boxes and holiday trees will give you all the inspiration you need. Focus will be on holiday projects and working together to make… Continue Reading

Kerrisdale Girls Group 9-12 yrs

Kerrisdale Girls Group 9-12 yrs

Looking for a fun girls group to join? Kerrisdale Girls Group 9-12 yrs Come join us at Kerrisdale Community Centre for fun, new activities every week! Activities will include crafts, games, out trips and even some leadership activities planned by the youth leader. Pre registration required. A waiver form must be completed prior to the… Continue Reading

Winter 2019-President’s Message

Winter 2019-President’s Message

Winter 2019-President’s Message   New Working Environment in 2019 As we enter 2019, the final year of another decade in the 21st century, we find ourselves with a new Mayor, new Vancouver City Council, and new Park Board. Fresh faces abound. The Kerrisdale Community Centre Society looks forward to a positive relationship with our city… Continue Reading

Opera Zone

Opera Zone

Opera Zone Sundays Jan 6, Feb 3, Mar 3 from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM All Ages Enjoy an afternoon of listening to arias sung by Gerard Satamian and others, accompanied by piano. A $10 annual registration fee is required to attend Opera Zone performances for the year. You will be asked at the door to show… Continue Reading

Winter Camps

Winter Camps

Kerrisdale Winter Camps & Specialty Camps   Come and join the fun in one of our many camps this upcoming winter break. Kerrisdale Community Centre Daycamps offers AMAZING activities and events daily, as well as awesome crafts, games. View our Winter Camp Brochure for details and to register! ALL PROGRAMS ONLINE   |  WINTER CAMPS… Continue Reading

Join the KCCS Board

Join the KCCS Board

Are you interested in becoming more involved in the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society? Our AGM will be on February 20, 2019. As a member of the Society you are invited to apply to become a Director and we look forward to your participation. Applications are due by February 9, 2019 to allow adequate time for… Continue Reading

Winter 2019 Recreation Guide

Winter 2019 Recreation Guide

Winter 2019 Recreation Guide Online Winter 2019 Registration Dates Friday November 30: Online Registration begins at 9:00am. Only 60% of available spots in programs will be available on-line. Friday November 30: In Person, Timesavers available 8:00am, Registration begins at 9:00am. Monday December 3: Phone In Registration begins at 9:00am. By Telephone 604-257-8100 ex 1 or… Continue Reading