Fall Programs

The Fundamentals of Drawing workshops - registration for the Nov. 1st  & Dec. 6th classes will stay open until one week before each workshop.

Annual Labour Day Corn Social - Thank you

Our annual Labour Day Corn Social was a real success with almost 200 people attending.
A big thank you for everyone who helped with set-up, take-down, husking corn, cooking corn, cooking hot dogs, running games, giving our pop, loading & unloading trucks, signing people up, loaning pots, propane tanks, trailers, shopping, putting up signs, and other organizational activities.  It takes many volunteers to make these events happen


CPNA Canada 150 Project

Can you picture this?  A lovely little picnic shelter beside the Strange Street entrance to Cherry Park.  It would be perfect for small gatherings.
This is the CPNA Canada 150 project.
We are looking for voluteers to help make this a reality.
If you want to help with this project, please contact us.
If you would like to donate or even sponsor this project, please contact us.

Construction started Oct 2nd.  We poured the concrete paid on Oct 17th.  It now needs to cure for 7-10 days before we can start the installation of the picnic shelter.  
Donations for the project are still needed and welcome, but they must be in by December 15th. Email us at cpna@execulink.com if you can help financially or with construction skills.


11th Annual Cherry Festival - July 7th, 2018

Please mark July 7th, 2018 on your calendar now.  Applications for vendors will start late January 2018.

Community Bread Oven Bake - October 21st

Our next Oven Bake will be Saturday, October 21st from 9 AM to 1 PM.
If you want to be trained to lead a bake, please plan to come at the whole time period.
If you just want to bake - the fast baking will start at 11 AM, and the slow bake about noon.  We bake rain or shine.  Bring your dough to cook, and a lawn chair with you.


CPNA Voting Members

The Cherry Park Neighbourhood Association is officially incorporated.  This means that we need to notify all voting members of the association whenever we have a our community meetings.  In order to do this we need you to register as a voting member.
click here for a copy of the registration form
If you know of community members who don't have computer access, please let them know about any meetings we announce.  We will have additional copies of the registration form at all our community meetings.

Volunteer Bulletin Board


We are always looking for volunteers and good ideas.  Below are some ongoing volunteer positions that are open.  If you have a skill that you would be prepared to offer to the association, please contact us.

Volunteer Coordinator for the CPNA
- this person would help recruit, screen, manage and keep track of all our volunteers. They would work with the Programming Coordinator; Newsletter Editor, Special Events Coordinator; Cherry Festival Coordinator, and other committee heads to help fill their volunteer needs.

Newsletter General Editor
- this person would collect material for our newsletter which is published three times a year (March, December & August).  They would ensure that we meet our deadlines and oversee the delivery of the newsletter. They would work with our Layout Editor, Programning Coordinator, and other committee heads.

Programming Coordinator
 - this person prepares a line-up of programs to be offered each fall, winter and spring.  They recruit and hire teachers & volunteers to teach the programs.  They book the spaces to hold the classes in.  They prepare the registration materials, collect the registrations, decide which course will run, communicate with the students and teachers.  They would work closely with The Treasurer and President.

Book Club - in Victoria Hills Community Centre

The ESL Book Club has expanded into two groups and now meets on both the 2nd & the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7 PM in Victoria Hills Community Centre (10 Chopin Drive, Kitchener).  The next meetings will be: September 19th with the book "Missing May" by Cynthia Rylant & October 10th with the book "Hatchet" by Gary Paulson.   Please email ahead if you are new to find out which group is best for you.

The ESL Book Club is an opportunity for people who are still learning English to practice their skills in a friendly environment.  Each month the members will all read the same book at home, and then come together on the meeting night to share (with tea & treats) what they thought, liked, or disliked about the book.  
The Book Club is always open to new members.   Please email - reading123@hotmail.ca - if you plan on coming so enough books will be on hand.  There is no cost to the program.


Fall 2017 Newsletter


click here to access the newsletter.