Kits House is all about community! We offer ever changing programs to suit Kitsilano’s need at the time. See what we have going on below. Note some programs may currently be inactive but could come back on popular demand – if you see a program you’re interested in but is not currently active, let us know! To learn more about the community programs we offer please see below.
Car Seat Safety Checks
Book a one-on-one car seat check with one of the Kits House BCAA certified Car Seat Educators.
Book an appointment to spend an hour with a volunteer computer tutor and learn the basics for operating your computer, laptop, or tablet! Learn how to use email, access the internet, manage your photos, social media, and more!
Kits House will be hosting counselling sessions by counselors who are completing their Master's Degree. For Kits Members only. Book your appointment today!
Covid-19 Financial Webinar Series
Kits House will be hosting a financial webinar series, for those experiencing financial struggles. Book your appointment today!
Income Tax Clinics
Introduction to Sewing
Learn basic sewing skills in a welcoming atmosphere.
Kids Up Front
Take your kids to the latest sporting, art & culture, and recreation events without breaking your budget!
Kits House Book Club
Book Club facilitator Angela Haaf suggests a good read each month followed by a discussion at the monthly Kits House Book Club
Knit together with your neighbours to make hats, scarves, socks, and sweaters for the homeless. Beginners welcome!
Men's Monday Meet Ups
Come hang out with other guys to discuss work/life/financial stability solutions.
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
Multicultural Crochet Meetups
Come join us at Kits House to learn create and have fun during our Multicultural Crochet Meetups!
Multicultural Tea Ceremony
Neighbourhood Small Grants
The 2019 Neighbourhood Small Grants (NSG) and Greenest City Grant (GCG) applications are now closed.
Westside Community Food Market
The Westside Community Food Market is a weekly market in the heart of Kitsilano, brought to you by Kitsilano Neighbourhood House & the Society Promoting Environmental Conservation (SPEC).