Riverview Community News

Welcome to RVCC’s Community News page. Here you’ll find the latest news and stories from around the neighbourhood and beyond. This page will be shaped by the community so let us know what sort of content you’d like to see here. If you’ve got a story or an idea you’d like to see covered, send us an email at gm@riverviewcc.ca. We’d love to hear from you.

Rink Update Dec. 18

Rink Update Dec. 18

Happy Friday! Here is the latest update on our outdoor rinks as of Friday, December 18th. Last week, the province announced that outdoor rinks may open so long as other public health orders are being followed. These orders are: • Social distancing is in effect for any...

Rink Update Dec. 15

Rink Update Dec. 15

Many of you have reached out with questions about the rinks so here is what we know as of Tuesday, December 15. • Last week, the province announced that outdoor rinks may open so long as other public health guidelines are being followed – namely maintain social...

Hughes’ Breathe New Life Into Park Alleys

Hughes’ Breathe New Life Into Park Alleys

Tod thought it was a shame when he heard there was talk of turning the bowling alley into a gym and office space. When the agent called him the next day desperate to sell, he made the decision to bring Park Alleys back to life. Tod and Laura Hughes just moved home to...

December Updates for RVCC

December Updates for RVCC

On the heels of the province announcing that code red restrictions will continue into the new year, many are wondering what’s happening at the club. Here is a bit of an update: The RVCC remains closed to the public for now.  The RVCC continues to rent out the kitchen...

Easy Ideas to Get You Moving

Easy Ideas to Get You Moving

It is fairly common knowledge that exercise is good for us. Exercise is important for your muscles, bones, heart health, and respiration. And maybe even more important this year, it improves your mental health! 2020 has been a year that has required adaptability in...

Children’s Garden Nurtures Community

Children’s Garden Nurtures Community

Keith Taylor started the Children’s Garden thinking the front of the Club could use some colour, and it’s since grown to become an important landmark for both kids and grown-ups. Keith, 64, has lived in Riverview since his late teens. He’s never had the space for his...

Garage Sale Success

Garage Sale Success

Running a large-scale indoor public garage sale was a challenge this year, but one our volunteers were ready to face. This year’s Riverview Community Centre garage sale had people lined up down a full bock in the morning, before being asked to wait in their cars. They...

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