FREE! SUMMER programs
Thursday’s programs located at mâmawêyatitân centre, 3355
6th Ave. Enter on 6th Ave & Montague St.
Friday’s programs located at Seven Stones Community School have been discontinued.
To register, contact email@example.com or 306-791-9888
Fitness Thursdays, June 7 to August 30
Location: Dance Studio
Facilitator: Alison Kimbley
4:00 – 5:00 pm
Location: Dance Studio
Facilitator: Sydney Lemieux
5:00 – 6:00 pm
Sidewalk Chalk Art – cancelled
We need to plant 2 community gardens with your help! Meet at mâmawêyatitân centre gardens (south side of the building, located at 6th & Elphinstone) at 9 am. Come play in the dirt!
A new season of FREE family recreation begins Tuesday, April 3. Creativity and fitness after-school programs, healthy snacks, all materials provided. This spring we introduce babysitting certification and Pow-Fit. See details and register soon.
Begins Tuesday, March 13, runs Monday to Thursday until April 26 (inclusive).
There will be NO appointments taken over the phone.
Walk-in only, first come, first served.
Preferences given to North Central Residents.
Other free tax clinics in Regina:
United Way 1440 Scarth St, ph: 306-757-5671
Salvation Army 2240 13th Avenue ph: 306-757-4600
NCCA is thrilled to have our Community Gardens featured in a nation-wide documentary series “Ageless Gardens” – episode 4 “Gardens Grow Community“. The series will air on Vision TV, but here’s your chance to view the episode, in addition to ep. 1 “Healing Plants” featuring Regina sculptor Vic Cicansky. Filmmaker Ian Toews will be in attendance. We will chat about what’s in store for the 2018 edition of the North Central Community Gardens as we enter year 11.
NCCA’s former programs Good Neighbour Fencing and Good Neighbour Services made great use of this truck. We are now selling it. Download the Truck sale spec sheet Reduced. The truck can be seen in the parking lot of mâmawêyatitân centre. Call to book a test drive.
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Do you want to help people in your community?
Volunteer with the North Central Community Association and participate in the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP), and complete income tax and benefit returns for eligible individuals.
Your contribution as a volunteer
Last year, more than 15,000 (CVITP) volunteers helped thousands of people with modest incomes and simple tax situations such as social assistance recipients, newcomers to Canada, seniors, students in communities across Canada.
North Central Community Association is seeking volunteers for the following positions:
CVITP Volunteers (Handle the taxpayer’s information securely and transmit the taxpayer’s return to the Canada Revenue Agency)
Front Desk Greeter (Greeting community members, schedule time slots)
Qualifications and Requirements
You do not need previous experience completing income tax returns, however you must be proficient with computer applications including Windows and Internet, and be approved to use online filing software by the Canada Revenue Agency. All volunteer applications are screened and approved by North Central Community Association. Please apply no later than January 31, 2018.
The 2018 Income Tax Clinic will require volunteers from mid-March until the end of April from Monday to Thursday. Specific days and times will be determined with the volunteers.
How to get involved?
For more information contact the North Central Community Association at 306-791-9888 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NCCA office will be closed December 25/17 to January 1/18, inclusive. Office will reopen on Tuesday, January 2/18.
North Central Vibe resumes Tuesday, January 2/18.
North Central Kids Music resumes Monday, January 8/18.
Care & Share Luncheon resumes Tuesday, January 9/18