Join us this summer for some fantastic live music and performances. Bring a picnic and spend the afternoon revelling in these free performances. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Music in the Park 2018
Haywood Bandstand Alexandra Park
1755 Beach Ave at Bidwell
June 24 – Murfitt and Maln
July 8 – Ross Curran
July 15 – The Just Jazz Trio
July 22 – Silk Road Music
August 12 – Lonesome Sinners
August 19 – Rio Samaya Band
August 26 – The Just Jazz Trio
Join us throughout summer for music events in Vancouver’s beautiful Stanley Park. Head to Ceperley Meadow for some free, fun-filled evening entertainment.
Royal Scottish Country Dance
June 18 – August 13
Lively dancing to the great music of Scotland: pipes, drums, accordions, and fiddles. You can have lots of fun and get plenty of exercise dancing with the members of the Scottish Country Dance Community. Kilts and tartans optional.
Info: 604-922-6842 or 604-224-6751 or visit the RSCD website.
Vancouver International Folk Dancers
June 19-August 21
Vancouver International Folk Dancers will lead you in line and circle dances from Europe, the Americas, and the Middle East.
Info: 778-580-7508 or visit the Vancouver International Folk Dancers website.
Tai Chi is a martial art and moving meditation based on the principle of the interplay of Yin and Yang. Slow and graceful movements improve balance, coordination, and well-being. Emphasis on proper alignment promotes Qi ow through the body. This Simplified Yang style is suitable for beginners. Drop-in $15.00, space permitting. No class Apr 24 and May 1.
Instructor: Kelly Maclean
Tue Apr 3-Jun 26 6:30-7:30pm
155287 $151.25/11 sess
GrassRoots Soccer will help boys and girls of all abilities to grow, develop skills and reach their potential. Using the four corner model: Physical, Technical, Psychological and Social elements, this program will help children develop more than just their soccer skills. We will help them to gain confidence, build self-esteem, learn to work in teams and improve their decision making. Drop in: $12.50 for 5-6yrs and $13.50 for 7-12yrs (space permitting) Equipment: NO CLEATS on field. Running shoes only permitted. Parent Participation Required. Visit: http://www.facebook.com/Coach.Glyn for updates. No Class No Class May 19.
Instructor: Glyn Roberts
Sat Apr 14-Jun 16 10:45-11:45am
155172 $115/9 sess
Sat Apr 14-Jun 16 11:45am-12:45pm
155173 $115/9 sess
King George Field
Tiny Tot Pinch Pots
Join Jesselin to expand your
knowledge of working with clay
through hand-building techniques.
Designed for the 2 to 3 year old set
class is a fun time out for mothers/
caregivers and their young children.
Each class offers both a simple
project and lots of free play time to
support adventurous little ones to
explore the texture of clay. No
Instructor: Jesselin T’Kenye
Sat Apr 14-Jun 16 10:00-11:00am
155290 $120/10 sess
Meeting Room 1
WECCA Scholarships Are Here Again!
Students graduating from King George Secondary in 2018 are eligible for the West End Community Centre Association (WECCA) awards.
Awards range from $500 to $1000 and recognize different strengths including academics, athletics, and community involvement. More details can be found in the application.
To download an application form, please click here.
WECCA Scholarship Applications 2018 Poster
Winter Recreation Guide
We are so excited to announce the release of the WECCA Winter 2018 Recreation Guide. We have a ton of great new and returning programs for you at all three centres. Explore the guide or download your copy. Whether you’re looking for activities at Barclay Manor, Coal Harbour, or West End, we have something for everyone. We will also be hosting a whole bunch of events throughout the winter, so stay tuned for those!
Be sure to register for classes early as space is limited and they do fill up fast.
Registration starts online Tuesday, December 12 at 9am and by phone on Wednesday, December 13 at 9am. You can register at recreation.vancouver.ca
If you have any questions about any of the programs, please contact our staff.