Upcoming Events

October 14 2019
City Centre Community Centre

Come have tea with fellow Richmond neighbours on Thanksgiving Monday! We will be steeping in good conversations about our love for Richmond, how we can strengthen the sense of connectedness & belonging to one another, and dreams for our community's future. Tea, light snacks, and neighbours: a recipe for this year's Thanksgiving in Richmond.

City Centre Community Centre, 1pm-3pm, Oct 14.
(By Minoru Blvd and Firbridge Way)

All Richmond Neighbours welcomed! Walking encouraged!

September 21 2019
Alfred B. Dixon Elementary School

This family-friendly event will be held in the heart of the Monds neighbourhood at Alfred B. Dixon Elementary School. This opportunity will allow neighbours to meet one another, get to know each other and have a bit of fun. Looking forward to seeing you there!

September 28 2019
Ocean Park Community Hall

Join us for a fun afternoon of art, live music, inspiring sights and sounds! All materials for making collage art will be provided - all you need to do is come with your friends and neighbours... or meet new ones!

Our Collage Party event is taking place on Saturday, September 28th from 2 to 5pm. We are creating an inclusive and inspiring environment for people of all ages and backgrounds to come together and make art. Through this process, we hope to build and strengthen our community ties.

Thank you Vancouver Foundation and Neighbourhood Small Grants for your support!

September 13 2019
St. Augustine's Church Hall, 8680 Hudson Street

Join us for a friendly evening of board and tabletop games. Open to all experience levels, we have friendly gamers that can teach games.

Play a wide variety of modern board games with other gamers in the community! Bring a friend, bring a game to share, or come as you are and make new friends and learn a new game or two!

Street parking available, as well as some parking in the church lot. Easy access from transit.

September 15 2019
Cambie & 20th (3637 Cambie Street)

Say (grilled) cheese!*

Join your neighbours along the Cambie corridor for free grilled cheese sandwiches, music and games. DJ WhySoSerious will be spinning all afternoon long.

Vancouver has a rep for being a cold and unfriendly place, but the folks at Eight Oaks co-op hope to change that by hosting a free grilled cheese party. This block party is geared towards our neighbours in the low-rises along the Cambie corridor because vertical living can be especially isolating, but all neighbours are welcome. See you there!