Lucky SeoNice place. The gym is quite small but they do have the essentials.
amin khodabandeh amiriGood basketball classes for kids. I wish they had inside soccer classes as well.
Graham BarronNice community centre with gym, weights room, and lots of classes.
Andy Zheng LiReally nice place, have all I need
Robyn GThis has a fair amount of activities offered daily! However, I went here to do a bit of work and their Wi-Fi was very spotty and there were a bunch of young students here lounging around so it was loud and unsuitable for this use.
Julian HealdBeautiful community centre conveniently placed in UBC beside the soccer field.
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Nestled in our friendly neighbourhoods, the Old Barn and Wesbrook Community Centre are the heart of Community. These modern facilities feature high ceilings, plenty of natural light, and beautiful wood accents. In the surrounding lush green space, you can explore our ten neighbourhood parks and playgrounds, along with playing fields, a skatepark, basketball court and a brand new splash pad.
Here at Wesbrook and the Old Barn we offer a wide variety of exciting programs for all ages and abilities. With over 400 classes, workshops and camps held throughout the year, we have a program for almost every interest. Whether you’re looking for yoga, sports, the arts, language training or something else entirely, we can provide you with a positive, motivating and fun experience.
I was very satisfied with the Tai Chi class that you offer! The instructor was highly professional and had a very nice personality, as she was very easy going and communicative in her instructions towards the class.
As someone who has done movement and martial arts for over 15 years, Luci is by far the best yoga teacher I have ever had. She is extremely professional and knowledgeable throughout the function of the postures, has good interpersonal skills, and knows how to individualise instruction for beginners or advancing students. I would recommend her without any hesitation to be retained as a yoga teacher in the UNA Community Centres.
The University Neighbourhoods Association (UNA) approximates a municipal council for the local areas on campus, promoting the creation of a vibrant, sociable, safe and diverse university town community at the University of British Columbia (UBC).
The UNA Board of Directors is comprised of five directors elected by residents, two directors appointed by UBC and one appointed by the Alma Mater Society (AMS). The number of elected directors is determined by neighbourhood population and will thus increase over time.
The UNA is responsible for local regulation (such as noise, parking, and animal control), as well as community programs and recreation, elections, landscaping, policies and by-laws, and acts as a liaison for the community’s use of UBC facilities. Residents’ concerns, opinions and views are heard through the UNA and it will help shape future development and the allocation of community facilities at UBC.
Volunteers play an important role by contributing their energy and passion to our events and programs. In addition to helping their community, our volunteers get to meet new people, learn new skills and gain valuable work experience. If you’re interested in volunteering with us, we have numerous opportunities to match your interests and availability. Please complete the Volunteer Registration Form or contact Qiuning Wang, our Community Engagement and Volunteer Coordinator, for more information.