What can I do to be more involved in my community?
Being involved in your community makes you a more responsible citizen. You are taking an active role in helping to shape your community. Being more involved can also give you a voice in your community. There are many ways to get involved in your community. Making new connections to your community benefits everyone. If you want to help out in your community, all you need is free time and the desire to make your neighbourhood a better place. You can inspire others as well as yourself!
Do you enjoy making a difference and helping others? Would you like to gain experience and skills, while working as a team to create great experiences for people in this community?
• Join the Board of Directors. Click here for more info.
• Contribute to the community.
• Learn more about your Centre.
• Have a say in what happens.
• Meet new people.
• Become an instructor, share your skills.
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THE KERRISDALE COMMUNITY CENTRE IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Dear Kerrisdale Community Centre Patrons, Refunds for classes that were cancelled during the last two weeks of the winter season are being provided. Registrations for the spring season have been suspended as we do not expect the centre to open during this period. The Society will… Continue Reading
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – March 17, 2020 Update Dear KCCS Society Members; The Kerrisdale Community Centre Society, in cooperation with the Vancouver Park Board, worked hard to keep the Kerrisdale community centre open during this period of uncertainty. Unfortunately, the situation surrounding the COVID-19 coronavirus has resulted in the closure of many public facilities in Vancouver,… Continue Reading
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – March 16, 2020 Update Dear valued patron, The Park Board is taking significant operational measures in response to the current COVID-19 outbreak in Vancouver. We will be closing all of our public facilities effective immediately, with the exception of our public park washrooms and marinas. While we recognize the closure of our… Continue Reading
Updated Information Pertaining to Kerrisdale’s response to COVID-19 In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to keep the board posted with how the center is responding. As indicated in information from the Public Health Agency the risk in BC remains low however we are taking precautionary measures outlined below: Cleaning: VEMA states the risk… Continue Reading
Kerrisdale Annual Sakura Festival Join us on Sunday, April 19 for Kerrisdale’s Annual Sakura Festival: Open Studio: Sakura Inspired | 9:30 am to noon Come experience mixed media art guided by Nancy Low, a local visual artist. Walk-in and create your unique sakura-inspired art by experimenting with new mediums and techniques.@ Senior’s Craft Room. #273332 … Continue Reading
Presidents Message – Spring 2020 As we enter the second decade of the 21st century the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society (Society) enters its 78th year. First incorporated in 1943 to address challenges of finding recreational pursuits for local youth the Society worked with local businesses and residents, and with the City to construct the arena… Continue Reading