Soccer and Basketball Online Registration

Online registration for Basketball and Soccer opens Monday August 25th, 2014.

As RKCC does not currently have a convenor for Basketball parents/players are asked to register through the Waverley Heights Community Centre.

Please visit for more information or click the link below to register:

For Indoor Soccer please click on the ‘Register for Soccer’ link on the RKCC Fall Registration page.

Fall Fitness Programs

To register for any of the programs listed in the newsletter please contact Recreation Director, Murray Harding @ Please note that for all programs, with the exception of Senior Fitness, Let’s Move, Let’s Dance (formerly Zumba Gold) , a participation fee of $30.00 is assessed. This is a onetime charge for 2014-15. Should you register for the Fall session of any program, you will not be assessed the Participation Fee for the Winter or Spring sessions.

Annual General Meeting

Monday, June 9 @ the Richmond Kings CC
Time:    7:30 p.m.
Location: 666 Silverstone Ave.

Nominations for all positions must be received by no later than Monday, June 2, 2014. Nominations are to be forwarded to:
Bob Reynolds at  or Jaime Webster at

Please also see the AGM Newsletter

All board positions are considered vacant, however, nominations have been received for the following positions:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Vice President Building & Grounds
  • Secretary


  • Hockey
  • Ringette
  • Soccer (9 and older)
  • Mini Soccer 5/6 & 7/8
  • Baseball
  • Karate
  • Softball

The positions listed below are also considered vacant and to date nominations for these positions have not been received:


  • Vice President Finance
  • Special Events Coordinator


  • Basketball
  • Preteen Dance

Should you require any additional information, contact the RKCC Recreation Director, Murray Harding at

South Winnipeg Community Centres Exploring Amalgamation

The Board of Directors of Richmond Kings, Waverley Heights and St. Norbert Community Centres have all approved motions regarding the possible amalgamation of the three Centres resulting in a shared governance and programming model. This would result in efficiency in services and costs, expanded and enhanced program delivery and increased partnership opportunities to best serve the residents of South Winnipeg.

For more information please click here.