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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


History of Kerrisdale Arena

  History of Kerrisdale Arena Rocking and rolling through November 2016 to June 2017 artists Lisa g Nielsen and Rene Cherrie will fuse sound and image exploring the exciting history of Kerrisdale Arena. Community members will be invited to collaborate with stories, vision, music, art and more to create an immersive video and sound installation… Continue Reading

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WE NEED YOU!! HELP US TO KEEP THE COMMUNITY IN COMMUNITY CENTRE! Tell the Park Board Commissioners that we need a Joint Operating Agreement that works for us and them. (Not just them!) WANT TO HELP? VISIT MyCOMMUNITYCENTRE.COM CONNECT ON TWITTER @VANCOUVER_CCA and retweet Tell the Park Board we want a fair JOA NOW!

CCAs say they are increasingly alarmed about current JOA draft -Mar 2

Community Centre Associations say they are increasingly alarmed about current draft of Joint Operating Agreement Vancouver, B.C. – Community Centre Associations (CCAs) are calling on Park Board Commissioners to refer the current draft of the Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) back to staff at an upcoming public meeting on March 6, 2017. The group of 14… Continue Reading

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KCCS Annual Report to the Membership for 2016

KCCS Annual Report to the Membership for 2016   Without question, the major issue facing the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society this past year has been seeking agreement with Park Board on a new Joint Operating Agreement (JOA). Our community centre is jointly managed by the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society (KCCS) and the Vancouver Board of… Continue Reading

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Kerrisdale Community Centre Society Notice of AGM-Feb 15

Kerrisdale Community Centre Society Notice of AGM 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. View Signed Public Notice of AGM as PDF file The meeting will start at 7:30pm in Seniors Craft Room on Wednesday  February 15, 2017 for… Continue Reading

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Kevin Wong: Community through Language Exchange

  Kevin Wong: Forming a Community through Language Exchange Read the full Kerrisdale PlayBook article here   Arriving in Vancouver from Hong Kong in 1980, Kevin Wong understands the difficulty of learning a new language in a foreign place. As we sit in the Kerrisdale Community Centre, his hand holding a book that will foreshadow… Continue Reading

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WE NEED YOU! HELP US TO KEEP THE COMMUNITY IN COMMUNITY CENTRE! Tell the Park Board Commissioners that we need a Joint Operating Agreement that works for us and them. (Not just them!) WANT TO HELP? COME OUT AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT AT THE SPECIAL BOARD MEETING WED, FEB 8 AT 6 P.M. MORRIS J WOSK CENTRE FOR DIALOGUE (ASIA PACIFIC HALL) 580 W. HASTINGS STREET, VANCOUVER

JOA Negotiations with PB-Feb 8

Please Note: Special meeting tonight postponed to tomorrow night at Thursday February 9 at 6pm. As you may be aware, Environment Canada has issued a winter storm warning that identifies a risk of freezing rain for this evening.  Out of an abundance of caution for public safety, and in response to feedback received from a… Continue Reading

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