The Point Grey Fiesta Committee
The Fiesta is an affiliated group of the West Point Grey Community Centre. Our partners include the businesses and professionals on West 10th Avenue and Shooting Star Amusements, our carnival operator. Our financial goal is to break even, i.e. for expenses to be covered by revenues.
The Fiesta Committee is comprised of volunteers; there are about 10 meetings between January and June to plan and organize the Fiesta. Volunteers are needed to help both on the committee and the Saturday.
The Point Grey Fiesta is a volunteer-driven neighbourhood celebration where participation is open to local community groups such as sports, arts and business.
The Point Grey Fiesta presents an opportunity for both residents and businesses to reaffirm their sense of neighbourhood. The Fiesta will recognize its partners and will comply with municipal permits and policies. The Point Grey Fiesta operates with permits issued by the City of Vancouver, Special Events, and the Vancouver Parks Board.
For more information, please contact the Point Grey Fiesta Committee at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vancouver Public Library – West Point Grey Branch
Funded by the City of Vancouver, the Vancouver Public Library is the third largest public library system in Canada, with over 373,000 cardholders and more than 9 million items borrowed annually. Today, with exceptional collections, services and technologies offered at 22 branches and an extensive virtual library, VPL is accessible to all citizens of Vancouver.
The West Point Grey Branch library collections include:
- Popular reading material with an emphasis on fiction and mysteries.
- Strong children's collection.
- Small adult and children's Chinese collections.
- Audio and Video collections.
The West Point Grey Branch is located on West 10th Avenue and Sasamat Street. For more information, library updates and events, please visit www.vpl.ca/branches/details/west_point_grey_branch.
West Point Grey Community Centre
The West Point Grey Community Centre, with partners the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, jointly operate the facility to offer the community an exciting blend of programming in recreation, sport and the arts for all age groups.
The West Point Grey Community Centre is looking for community members to help us achieve our goals for the recreation needs the West Point Grey community. For more information please contact Bob Hindley, Acting Community Recreation Supervisor at 604-257-8161.
For more information, and to view the electronic copy of the 2012 Winter Recreation Guide, please visit www.westpointgrey.org.