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Spring Break Camp (6-12 yrs)


Join us for action filled days. Children will participate in physical, social and educational activities including: games, sports, theatre, crafts and out-trips.

Bring a snack and lunch each day. Parents please complete waiver form, available at Front Desk or online on or our daycamp page,
6-12 yrs
26001.101MO-102MO $142/5 sess

Mar 9-Mar 13 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm REGISTER HERE
Mar 16-Mar 20 M-F 9:00am-4:00pm REGISTER HERE

Upcoming Events


Ron’s Walk for Life 18yrs +
In memory of Ron, a dynamic Marpole Community Leader, join us for a special morning walk around the neighbourhood to celebrate health and life, and to commemorate Ron for his services to the community. Everyone is welcome!
Mar 14 Sa 10:00am-12:00pm 65619.101MO FREE

Movie Nights - All Ages
Hang out with friends for a fun-filled evening watching different movies every month! Pizza provided.

How To Train Your Dragon
Feb 27 F 6:00pm-8:00pm 35602.102MO $3/1 sess

Mar 27 F 6:00pm-8:00pm 35602.103MO $3/1 sess


Spring Recreation Guide


Marpole-Oakridge Recreation GuideRegistration Begins Monday March 9 at 9:00am

Here are a few. View our full Recreation Guide for all program offerings.

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Parent & Tot Gym-- Play, Jump, Climb, Run and more!

parent & tot gym

Parent & Tot Drop-In Gym 0-6 yrs
Parents and children can play together in the gym. Preschool equipment, activity mats, climbing ladder and more! Meet other parents & children and make new friends. Please pay at the Front Office. No program Feb 7.

Drop-in $2.50 ongoingto -Mar 28 Sa 10:45am-12:15pm


History of Marpole-Oakridge Community Association

History of Marpole-Oakridge Community Association and Community Centre

Few people understand the history of our community centres or the effort it took to establish them.

In the beginning, it was the community associations who started the movement. Along the way, they enlisted the help of the Park Board. So began the partnership between community associations and Park Board.

Seventy years ago, “the seed and initial push came from a handful of local community-minded people who, in 1944, conceived of the idea that became the spark that ignited the community center movement for all of Greater Vancouver.”

And that movement started right here in Marpole.

Here is the history of the Marpole-Oakridge Community Association (MOCA) and the Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre (MOCC) that the association got built. It is the story of all Vancouver community centres and an important part of Vancouver history:
  • A 1957 report on the community centre which includes floor plans.
  • A 1950 narrative of the origins and early history of the community centre.

If we want to sustain and enhance this facility to serve the needs of our growing population, MOCA and MOCC need your input and assistance. For more info go to


MOCC Literacy Program

The COMMUNITY CENTRE invites patrons to assist in a new LITERACY initiative by dropping off books for young readers and adults to enjoy.The new bookcase provides FREE books to readers who will be encouraged to TAKE ONE, GIVE ONE.

Please drop off your book donations to the front office.

Thank you.

Marpole-Oakridge E-News

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Marpole-Oakridge Community Association

Community Envolvement

Marpole-Oakridge Community Association is inviting people who value their community to be a part of a strong, dynamic team of volunteers.

If interested, please contact MOCA at:

A great interactive way to make a contribution to MOCA’s commitment to

“offer accessible and diverse leisure opportunities to enhance the well-being of individuals and strengthen a sense of community in a safe and welcoming environment.”

Spring - Growth and Renewal

Spring is coming and with it comes new growth. In terms of ‘new’, we have new staff in our centre and a new Board of Directors. And, if the Park Board is successful in achieving their ambitious objective, we will have a new Joint Operating Agreement which will confirm our mandate and our way forward.

In terms of ‘growth’ - it’s coming, most of it along the Cambie Corridor. One of the most important relationships we hope to nurture is that with our new Park Board liaison, Commissioner Sarah Kirby-Yung. Sarah attended the all-candidates forum in our gym last October and stated, “I also want to make it clear that we do listen to community. Consultation transparency is what we are building our platform on and the community centre should be where the community wants it to be.” We are going to hold her to that.

Sarah resides in the Oakridge/Cambie neighbourhood which makes it convenient for her to attend MOCA Board meetings to which she is very welcome. As our neighbour, she knows first hand that the accommodations currently under construction will house a huge increase in population. That awareness can only help our community centre as we enter into a dialogue with the City about a new facility capable of ensuring sufficient services and programs for our new Marpole-Oakridge community - in a new community centre.

Challenges and opportunities - we will have them in abundance this year - but most of all, we will be focusing on establishing a solid, working relationship with Sarah Kirby-Yung.

This relationship with the Park Board, and in turn with the City, is critical to achieving our goal of a well-placed, well-run community centre. This is the highest priority of the MOCA

Mike Burdick,
Marpole-Oakridge Community Association

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View our Virtual Facility Tour!


View our facility spaces through our Tour Gallery.
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The Centre is a two story building with an elevator. It is wheelchair accessible with a 31 stall parking lot, including two handicapped spaces. On-street parking is also available.

This building has a full-size gymnasium for sports events and a variety of rooms, accommodating from 30-150 people.

Use Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre for your monthly or annual general meetings, parties, receptions, training sessions, seminars, special events or occasions, dances, recitals, sport events and tournaments!



Marpole-Oakridge Preschool

Marpole Preschool 604-257-8180 is recognized in the Early Childcare Education field as a leader and now has limited spots available for parents who want their child to experience play-based learning in a safe, caring environment.

Marpole Preschool provides a play-based program that implements emergent curriculum inspired by Reggio Emilia preschools in Italy. We develop our curriculum by observing what and how children play and by listening closely to their voices. Based on observations, we provide an experience or materials that guides children to further explore their interests and what they want to discover. We then make further observation and provide further experiences, and this cycle goes on to support children's learning.

We believe children are competent, resourceful, creative, and curious!

We support children's individual learning as well as encourage collaborative learning through sharing ideas and working together.
We are looking forward to working with your child and you, the guardians, as a team!

Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre 990 West 59th Ave at Oak Street Vancouver



990 West 59th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6P 1X9 Phone: 604-257-8180 Fax: 604-257-8179
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