Thunderbird Community Centre

Community Center

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    Newton Wong
    Great place to have kids parties in the gym. They offer a bouncing castle, giant foam blocks, slides, mini cars, and floor hockey. Afterwards you can have your own room to eat food and cake.
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    Plumber Joe
    We only come here for birthday parties. The rooms are big and kids are happy running around during gym time. They seem to change and buy new toys all the time. Also its good to know the money from the rental goes to the community center.
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    Allen Chan
    No online registration of activities or special events. You must line up in person. A lot of speciality and subsidized courses and activities here. Pick up a guide to see what is available
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    Lilly is a horrible person to say the least. Never want to deal with her again
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    Amante Amante
    The Centre is good but the gym is awful. Boiling hot in the summer with no air circulation. The floor is slippery as hell.
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    Sature Lam
    Great place to have kids parties.

+1 604-713-1818
2311 Cassiar St, Vancouver, BC V5M 3X3, Canada
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Thunderbird Community Centre came to be when Thunderbird Elementary school was built in response to a BC Housing complex that opened its doors,  adjacent to it, in 1972.  A primary purpose of having a School and Centre share the same premises is so that together greater things can be achieved.  Though two different mandates, the Centre partners with the School on many issues, programs, projects and events.

The governing body of the Community Centre is Thunderbird Neighbourhood Association.  Despite some of the socio-economic challenges, we have had monumental success in being politically savvy and fundraising back in 1990’s to get a 2nd floor built at the Community Centre.   It was a Community initiative that drove this project.  Other successes have been art-focused such as two banner projects and two community projects.   We are currently involved in a third community art project, entitled “How do we highlight the diversity and unity of our community”.