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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 neighborhood 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?

IMG_1984Join the Kerrisdale Community Centre

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.

Contact us at 5851 West Boulevard Vancouver, BC (Corner of West Boulevard and 42nd) phone: (604) 257-8100 ex 1

 


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

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The Arts Unite – Nov 17

Arts Unite Workshop – Nov 17 How do Artists Help Communities Build Earthquake Resilience? As unlikely as it may seem, artists, past and present, are contributing to mitigate a risk, promote healing, and build civil society before, during, after emergencies/crises, whether natural, human-made, or technological. Our upcoming community forum The Arts Unite will explore some remarkable stories featuring… Continue Reading

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Parent & Tot Gym Returns!

Parent & Tot Gym Returns! This drop-in gym program encourages multi-age interaction and helps develop social skills through play. Make new friends and connections in the community while you and your child play together! Parent participation is mandatory for this class. Families can purchase a 10 visit punch card for $25 or drop-in $3. No… Continue Reading

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Presidents Message – Fall 2019

Presidents Message – Fall 2019 The Kerrisdale Community Centre Society starts the Fall Season with great expectations. Besides having a full line up of our regular and new recreational and social activities for patrons of the Centre we are encouraged with the growth of the Kerrisdale Earthquake Emergency Preparedness (KEEP) initiative. You will find more… Continue Reading

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Community Needs Assessment Project 2016-2018

Community Needs Assessment Project 2016-2018 In 2015, the Board of the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society (KCCS) launched a community needs assessment (CNA) to identify new and continuing community requirements for programs, services, activities, and policies to support the Society’s goal of serving the Kerrisdale community. The last such assessment was conducted in 2005 by a… Continue Reading

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Emergency Preparedness Sessions-Jun 16

  Emergency Preparedness Workshops Kerrisdale Earthquake & Emergency Preparedness (KEEP) is a group of community volunteers helping to prepare Kerrisdale individuals, businesses, organizations and others for major emergencies & disasters such as earthquakes, wildfires, urban fires, floods, extreme weather events & more. Their aim is to build preparedness, strengthen resilience, expedite recovery and reduce suffering… Continue Reading

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