Upcoming Events

November 14 2018
Centennial Lodge in Queen's Park, New Westminster

https://www.facebook.com/events/1964047407234036/

The concept of the Coffee C'Art project is to build and operate a mobile espresso cart, which will be designed by the local artists and the community, and will bring members of the community together to connect with the arts through a mobile cafe venue.

October 9 2018 to November 13 2018
Centennial Community Centre

Come and Joinus for a six session meetings and your everyday local community issues.
Guest speakers will be invited, on the last session we will do a potluck

September 29 2018
Gordon Neighborhood House

Everything that goes into any storm drain in Vancouver drains directly into the nearest body of water. For most parts of the West End, that body of water is English Bay. Population density in the West End is quite high and scheduled to get even higher and so we want to raise awareness of the impact that personal decisions can have on the health of the ecosystem. Besides the people who are enjoying the waterfront there is a whole bay teaming with life and we can determine how healthy that ecosystem remains. So we are having a storm drain marking party for children.

October 6 2018
Richmond Cultural Centre Performance Hall 7700 Minoru Gate

Home Is... is a visual art installation created by members of the Richmond community that explores participant's experiences of housing and homelessness. After a successful exhibition of the work in Spring 2018, We will be exhibiting this project for the second time alongside another community art initiative, Hope Beyond Homelessness: A Play by Draigh LeNoire.

Saturday October 6, 2018
3.00-5.00 pm
Refreshments at 3 pm
Play starts at 3.30 pm

Richmond Cultural Centre Performance Hall 7700 Minoru Gate

September 21 2018
Upper Hume Park in Sapperton, New Westminster

We received a Neighbourhood Small Grant from the Vancouver Foundation and Family Services of Greater Vancouver for “Playing Together”. This project will promote more widespread use of the playboxes, particularly among newcomer and low-income families who often face significant barriers to participation in community activities.

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