The DCCA is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join the board of directors or to sit as community members on Board committees. Our Board is comprised of community members who are dedicated to enhancing and improving the quality of life in the Dunbar community, continuing a 40 year tradition of volunteering to help our neighbours.
To do this, the board works with Vancouver Park Board staff to provide programs and education that focus on health, wellness, arts, culture, and recreation as well as entertainment and special events. The board is committed to ensuring that the Dunbar Community Centre is a welcoming, safe environment for everyone that promotes community connection, engagement, and volunteerism. We are working constantly to ensure that the Dunbar Community Centre is a cornerstone in our great community today and for future generations. We would love to have you join us in this endeavour.
We are currently looking for volunteers or volunteer Directors to help us with our website and Finance Committee. Please see our posts on Volunteer Connector for more details on these opportunities.
Thank you for your support and interest.
Please reach out to S. Granville Seniors Centre or email the DCCA at email@example.com for more information. Longer lending periods are available and not limited to a 3 month term.
Pro D Day Camps at the DCC:
(Updated Sept 17, 2021)
Starting on Monday we will have to check IDs and Vaccine Passports/immunization record for anyone participating in the below programs:
Indoor group exercise & dance programs for 22yrs+ (ex. aerobics, yoga, Keno’s classes, dance programs)
Indoor adult group and team sports for people 22yrs+
Fitness centres for those 12yrs+
Adults must show proof of vaccination and photo ID at time of entry for the affected programs and the fitness centre. Youth 12yrs-18yrs who are coming to the fitness centre can just show proof of vaccination.
Anyone who is not able to provide the appropriate ID/vaccination record will not be able to have access to the program.
The requirement is currently in place until January 31, 2022, and we are mandated by the Provincial Health Office to comply with the order until it is lifted.
Thank you for your continued cooperation.
Dunbar Community Centre
Here are some key points from the mandatory mask PHO:
Key messaging from PHO
- Masks are required regardless of vaccination status
- Masks must be worn at all times when attending indoor public spaces
Exceptions are as follows:
- People with health conditions or with physical, cognitive or mental impairments who cannot wear one
- People who cannot remove a mask on their own
- Children under the age of 12 (Masks are not recommended for children under the age of two, but should be encouraged for children aged two to 12 in public settings. Children older than 12 must wear a mask in a public indoor space, unless they are exempt.)
- People who need to remove their masks to communicate due to another person’s hearing impairment
Masks are not required when engaged in physical activity. If any questions or concerns, please speak with a member of the staff team.
Dunbar Community Centre
As per the PHO issued this week, masks are now mandatory in public spaces, including the Dunbar Community Centre.
See here for more info: Masks Mandatory in Public Space – Government of BC
We will update as we navigate these times together and thank you for your cooperation in helping everyone stay safe!