Marta Koszmide2017 mar. 5) Halloween theme dress up party for 5 year old friend of my daughter turned out well. With cupcakes music and bouncy castle. ( not incl.) ( 50$/ hour to rent this facility is a good deal when you have more than 20 people show up ☺ ) clean bathrooms with long mirrors and baby change table. Also a water fountain in case you forget your own
Sunil MarediaParking space is not enough sometimes. Management is too concern about the cleanliness. Not in the best neighborhood.
Corbin FraserVery attentive staff. Lots of great programs and classes to take on a budget.
Belinda FergusonGreat Community Centre with all Residents Truly Loving Where they Live!
Scott PankhurstNice and clean venue
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Eastview Eats. This cookbook is made of recipes donated by residents and friends of the Eastview neighbourhood and has been curated by the Eastview Community Centre staff. This collection of tried-and-true recipes has brought people together around dinner tables for decades. We hope they continue to do so for decades to come. The cookbook is available at the facility for $25.
The QCECA and the Eastview Community Centre Board, volunteers and staff are pleased to invite everyone to the Eastview Winter Carnival. This free family event is a great way to spend a day to celebrate all that makes Winter a great season. With snow shoe races, wagon rides, snowmen, inflatable games, balloon artists, face painters Eastview Winter Carnival February 11th from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. The QCECA and the Eastview Community Centre Board, staff and volunteers are pleased to announce that the Queen City Cosplay will also be attending the Winter Carnival. They are a non-profit costume group that attends charity fundraisers, benefit functions, social clubs and community events in Regina, Moose Jaw and surrounding areas. Together they bring caped crusaders, armored knights, mascots, video game characters, fairy-tale princesses and fantastic characters from all around to join in fun community events.
The Central Network Public Health Nurses are excited to be a part of Eastview’s Annual Winter Carnival! Public Health Nurses offer a variety of services including childhood and school-aged immunizations, flu vaccinations, prenatal education sessions, home visits after the birth of a baby, parenting support, and connection to health and community resources. Look for us at the Carnival on February 11th. We will be available to answer any questions you have about our services and will be offering childhood and flu vaccinations for anyone interested. If we miss you at the Carnival, feel free to contact us at our office at 1080 Winnipeg Street by calling (306) 766-7500 Press #3
The Queen City Eastview Community Association Inc. is proud to announce that its next season of programs are now available for enrollments. Please see the Eastview Times below for more details as well as the programs page further in this site for all the details. The enrollment form can be found below and be printed and completed and returned to us as soon as possible to insure your spot in your desired program. Payment is required at the time of enrollment. Our programs are first come, first served.