News/Events

  • Sat
    01
    Jul
    2017

    DPPCC Closed

    The centre will be closed today.


Ongoing Events

No events.


volunteer poster of handsSchool Volunteer Hours

Are you a high school student looking for volunteer hours?  We have lots of opportunities to help out with special events.  For more information please call 519-741-2641.

 


Southwest Kitchener Optimist Club

The Southwest Kitchener Optimist’s Club has so much to offer. They have a newly created webpage with lots of information about the Club. See below for the link to their new website.  Check out the Southwest Kitchener Optimist’s Club webpage for all their events and activities they have to offer.


logoDPPCA Program Registration

Registration for Spring programs begins March 1st at 8:30am and is ongoing until programs fill. You can register online at WebREG (if paying by a credit card) or in person at the Doon Pioneer Park Community Centre. The Centre offers payment in cash, cheque, debit or credit card.

Check out the for all the great programs and activities there is for people of all ages! TheDPPCA-Spring-2017  has all the information to register.

If you don’t have a family PIN # to register online yet drop by the centre to get registered. You can request a PIN online at the City of Kitchener’s website but it takes about a week to receive it.

If you have your family PIN number you can go online to register at the City of Kitchener’s website.

To register online, you will need:

  • Your individual ID codes and family PIN number (these are the same if you already have registered with a City of Kitchener program)
  • Visa or Mastercard with valid expiry date
  • A copy of the DPPCA-Spring-2017 or City of Kitchener Leisure Guide, this is where you will find the barcode you need to register for the program you are interested in.
  • To print off your program waiver, sign it and bring it to your first program class.


PresentDPPCA Christmas Miracle

The DPPCA Christmas Miracle Food Hamper Project is organized and coordinated by community volunteers who endeavor to help make Christmas time a little brighter for some of the less fortunate families in our community.  Each year the committee provides 50 families with food hampers containing 3 days worth of meals including Christmas dinner plus new hats and mitts for the children. The cost for food to fill a hamper that feeds a 2 adult equivalent family is approximately $175.00. The generous support of financial and non-perishable food donations helps keep the costs down for the project.  This 2016 years donations will soon be posted.