Opera Zone – April 5

Opera Zone – April 5

Opera Zone

Sundays | Apr 5, May 3, June 7  from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Enjoy an afternoon of listening to arias sung by Gerard Satamian and others, accompanied by a 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 your registration card or pay $5/drop-in. All Ages on the 1st Sunday of each month.

KCCS NOMINATIONS 2020-21

KCCS NOMINATIONS 2020-21

ELECTION OF DIRECTORS 2020-21 Board of Directors Kerrisdale Community Centre Society   ELECTION OF DIRECTORS Each year at the February annual general meeting the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society holds an election to elect Directors of the Society for the coming year. Our Annual General Meeting will be on February 19, 2020.  As a member of… Continue Reading

Between the folds: connection, imagination, and passion

Between the folds: connection, imagination, and passion The 3-day workshop entitled “Japanese Art of Origami & Game”, organized by a Grade 6 student in Kerrisdale Elementary together with her friends and family was a big success with over 60 participants of all ages. The event was possible thanks to the Vancouver Foundation’s Neighbourhood Small Grants’… Continue Reading

The Future World Changers: 2017 Vancouver Regional Heritage Fair

The Future World Changers: 2017 Vancouver Regional Heritage Fair

The Future World Changers: 2017 Vancouver Regional Heritage Fair Vancouver Regional Heritage Fair 2017, held on Saturday May 20, 2017 at Kerrisdale Community Centre, was something that Vancouver, and Canada, should be proud of. Under the visionary leadership of Janet Morley at Vancouver Regional Heritage Fair, families, educators, and communities worked together in partnership to… Continue Reading

Who is Rebecca Salters? An artist behind Drama Bugs at the Kerrisdale Community Centre

Who is Rebecca Salters?  An artist behind Drama Bugs at the Kerrisdale Community Centre Engagement with the arts and arts-based programs is a new primary focus of the Kerrisdale Community Centre in the coming year. As such, the Playbook is highlighting a few instructors already running arts-based programs to showcase their efforts and emphasize the… Continue Reading

An Indigenous Perspective of Reconciliation and Art-Kerrisdale Playbook

An Indigenous Perspective of Reconciliation and Art-Kerrisdale Playbook

An Indigenous Perspective of Reconciliation and Art-Kerrisdale Playbook In September Issue of Kerrisdale Playbook, our community engagement e-zine, we have an excellent article entitled “An Indigenous Perspective of Reconciliation and Art” featuring Dr. Mique’l Dangeli, an Indigenous visual and performing artist who holds a PhD in Northwest Coast First Nations art history -absolutely must-read. READ… Continue Reading

KERRISDALE PLAYBOOK

KERRISDALE PLAYBOOK

Kerrisdale PlayBook How does today’s way of life impact on the way we learn from each other? “The KERRISDALE Playbook” created by the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society, is a place to embrace our diversity, interdependence, creativity, and the importance of learning from and with each other. You will play a direct role in helping us… Continue Reading