Your Community Association provides events and amenities such as winter sleigh rides, summer barbecues, indoor sports programs, mobile security, park benches, spring clean-up drives, rink maintenance, and much more. Just $10 entitles your whole family to participate in events and activities throughout the year. Contact Kim Young, or stop by 220 Dorothy Street and pick one up today!
The Dieppe Place Community Association offers a variety of programs and services to community residents, all made possible by a handful of volunteers. If you have a few hours a month to spare and are interested in using your skills to help the community, please consider joining the team. For more information, contact Darren Piper.
Our 2012 annual winter sleigh rides will be held on Sunday, December 9, from 3:00 to 8:00 PM, departing from the Dieppe School Shack. Get into the Christmas spirit with this 15-20 minute ride around Dieppe Place, and warm up with hot chocolate and cookies. The cost? It's absolutely free! All you need is your Dieppe Place Community Association membership. If you don't have a 2012-2013 membership yet, drop by 220 Dorothy Street and pick one up from Kim Young, or buy it at the Shack on the 9th - just $10 per family. This event is always a big hit, so bring the whole family out for some winter fun!
The closure of Dieppe School has of course also meant the loss of our venue for evening programming. We are working with the City of Regina and the School Board to gain access to the school gym, but in the meantime we have obtained some space at the Jack Hamilton Arena on McCarthy Blvd to run a limited set of activities. See the Programs page for full details.
Weather permitting, the rink will be up and running this year, operated by Dieppe Place resident Mike Wieclawski. Mike could use some help, so if you have some free time and could assist with the maintenance, please call Darren Piper at 306-775-1570. A rink schedule will be posted on the door of the Shack.
Congratulations to Mike O'Donnell, who returns as the councillor for Ward 8, and to Dr Kathleen O'Reilly, our new Public School Board trustee. They have both expressed their support of our community, and we look forward to working with them.
|Councillor Mike O'Donnell||School Board Trustee
Dr Kathleen O'Reilly