Save the date: Sunday September 20th
Please join us at Knollwood Park (beside Sheppard PS) to celebrate the Grand Opening of the new pavilion, 100th Anniversary of the Auditorium Neighbourhood and Waddlefest – all in one!
The event is from 12:30 to 4pm. There will be free snacks, games for the kids, community partner booths, the Kitchener Rangers Street Team and much more! Lunch will be available for purchase and there will be activities for all ages.
More details to come soon
Come and celebrate with your neighbours on September 20th.
The Auditorium Neighbourhood Association
PS. We are in need of some volunteers for the event. Students can get their volunteer hours. Please email Jean if you are available at email@example.com
“Neighbours Day” Soccer Event
The City of Kitchener has declared Saturday June 13 as Neighbours Day.
We’re celebrating by joining together with 2 other Ward 10 neighbourhood soccer programs for a special morning of soccer.
Saturday June 13
Knollwood Park soccer field (behind Sheppard School)
Registration: 9:30 am
Soccer/Games: 10 am to Noon
Kids 4 & under: They will be divided into groups that will circulate between stations with different games. We’ll switch after about 15 – 20 minutes and keep going as long as the kids are interested in participating (or noon if they last that long!)
Kids 5 – 7 / Kids 8 & Up: They will be divided into teams as they arrive. The plan is for each team to have a mix kids from different neighbourhoods. If we have enough kids, each team will play 2 or 3 games against different teams. If we have a smaller group, we’ll have a longer game with an intermission.
Please wear your neighbourhood soccer shirt! Bring your own ball so that we can do some warm up drills.
We’re also looking for some families to volunteer with:
– running the games
– supplying “soccer oranges” or possibly other “school-friendly” snacks (i.e. no nuts).
Neighbourhood kids soccer will start in the Spring 2015 on Tuesdays nights at Knowllwod Park (Sheppard’s field)
Soccer Program will run from May 5th to June 23rd. Open to kids from 2 years old and up that live in the boundaries of the Auditorium Neighbourhood. Starts at 6:30pm and runs to 7:30pm.
Registration will begin at the end of March. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Outdoor Neighbourhood Party this Sunday March 1st at 3pm!!
Believe it or not but its going to be warmer this Sunday! So come out of hibernation and catch up with your neighbours.
Inviting all ANA neighbours to an outdoor neighbourhood party at Sheppard Public school skating rink this Sunday.
Join us around 3pm for some outdoor fun. There will be skating and tobogganing for the kids.
Please bring a treat to share. Cookies, chips, fruit, hot chocolate etc.
Hope to see you all,
PS. Thanks to all the neighbourhood Dads for their hard work this winter maintaining the rink. Its been our best season yet!
For your information here is the new ANA Executive Board. Elected on February 2nd of 2015
1. Brian Laube (President )
2. Jean Markovich (VP – previously Director at large)
3. David Bradshaw (Treasurer – as before)
4. Tara O’Donnell (Secretary, as before )
Directors at Large:
- Melanie Toolsie (previously President)
- Markus Phillips (previously VP)
- Peter Scharman
- Glenn Scheels (Park Planning )
- Fiorella Benini (Director PR & Communication )
- Leila Beattie
- Maggie Laurin (New to the board)
Warren Stauch (Director local history documentation)
The ANA has applied for a grant for a “Community Notice Board” and it was approved by the Safe & Healthy Community Advisory Committee for $2000
Don’t forget our AGM , Monday February 2nd at 7:30 at the Auditorium, Suscriber’s Lounge
SAVE THE DATE, Neighbours!
On Monday February 2nd, the Annual General Meeting of our Auditorium Neighbourhood Association will take place at the Subscriber’s Lounge at the Auditorium from 7:30 to 9:00 pm.
If you’ve ever wondered what mischief your neighbourhood association is up to, you should attend. Updates will be given on the recent activities of the Auditorium Neighbourhood Association by members of the 2014 ANA Board.
You’ll also have the opportunity to meet the District Facilitator from the Community Programs and Services branch of the City of Kitchener, Ms. Abbie Grafstein. She has been this neighbourhood’s liaison to the larger machinery of municipal governance for several years, and a fabulous resource for the ANA.
Finally, if you’ve ever thought of getting more involved in your immediate sphere of influence, the opportunity now looms large. New executive and board members are welcomed so that the familiar adage that ‘many hands make light work’ might be given the fullest effect.
We look forward to seeing you there!
To all people in the Eastward area… as we are well aware, there have been a rash of garage, house, and car break-ins recently.
Constable Kurtis Glode of the Waterloo Regional Police Dept has set up a community meeting for Thursday Sept. 18, from 6pm-8pm at Bethany Church on Lancaster. He would like to have as many people as possible from the neighbourhood to attend. The police department wants to discuss the situation and also advise all of what we as a community can do.
Please share this meeting information with all your neighbours. Let’s make everyone aware of this important event and have a good turn out.