Yeshvi has a passion for dance that can be seen, felt and heard in her one-hour BollyLatin Fitness class. The high-energy, dance-aerobics class starts this February.
Elegance and energy are two words that might spring to mind when you first meet Parviz Cordwell. The Tanzanian-born West Point Grey resident has sat on the West Point Grey Community Centre Association Board of Directors for the past eight years.
Welcome the Cherry Blossom Festival to West Point Grey Community Centre with events and workshops coming in 2020.
David Dolphin, the Association President, is a renowned scientist and an officer of the Order of Canada. His career is a story in and of itself – more details can be found here.
Natalie Vermaas, our Recreation Programmer and Kathryn Sweetapple, our Recreation Supervisor, are both transferring to the Roundhouse Community Centre in December after 7 and 4 years at our centre.
“Mike is very good. I think people really connect with him,” says Christine. “You can always count on him being there, and he knows everybody’s name.”
Congratulations to our two scholarship recipients who have dedicated countless volunteer hours to our centre and the community at large.
Pictures are available from our Movie at Trimble Park last night.
Maggi Cheetham’s passion for posture and proper form are partly behind why participants have flocked to her popular West Point Grey Community Centre classes since 1984.
Getting involved at her local community centre, opened up opportunities and changed Niki Moshiri, the current West Point Grey CC Day Camp Manager’s, career path.
Summer Day Camp detailed calendars are now available.
The West Point Grey Community Centre Association is pleased to be awarding up to two $500 scholarships to Secondary school students in the area. Deadline to apply is Friday June 7th.
In 2018, West Point Grey Community Centre Association was part of an Artist in Community Residency, supported by the Vancouver Park Board, West Point Grey Community Centre and the Jericho Stewardship Group. that supported a project called All The Trees and Beat a Path.
Summer Day Camps jobs are available this Summer and applications will be accepted until Tuesday May 7th.
The City of Vancouver is co-hosting open houses with the MST Nations and Canada Lands Company to inform people about the process, project background, City policies, etc regarding the Jericho Lands.