The Arts & Culture program focuses on creating a diverse range of exciting and engaging classes for Cherryville youth. Keep your eyes open for unique programs available to our youth ages 6-14 throughout the year covering a range of educational opportunities including but not limited to Art & Health, Dance, Drawing, Painting & Crafting, Music & Singing, Photography & Film, Poetry & Parks, and Culture.


For six weeks we will focus on inspiring and encouraging students to use their imagination and work together with their peers in creating a masterpiece called Recycled City. We will touch on the importance of recycling and find opportunities within these sessions to work on self esteem, inter-personal skills and relationship building. Focusing on effort and accomplishments, teaching positive self-talk,  encouragement to try new things and setting goals can lead kiddos to the discovery of new strengths and skills reminding them of their values, talents and accomplishments.

WHEN: Tuesdays 2:30-4:30, November 1st – December 6th, 2022

WHERE: Cherryville Elementary School

WHO: Cherryville youth ages 8-12

COST: $45.00 *If cost is preventing your child from participating, reach out to our staff to inquire about subsidy options


Forms to be signed and emailed back to or dropped off to Amanda at the Cherryville Resource Center:

CHERRYVILLE YOUTH SOCCER – Complete for the season as of October 22nd, 2022. Keep your eyes open for registration in March 2023!


The Cherryville Summer Day Camp is a licensed non-profit program hosted by Cherryville Community Food & Resource Society in partnership with Whitevalley Community Resource Centre. It will run July 4th to August 19; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:00am to 5:00pm. 

The program is for children ages 5 through 12.

SUMMER CAMP 2022 – Now Closed.