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Register now for Children's Dance classes!

A mix of creative movement, ballet and modern dance, this season's program will run for 10 weeks, starting on Sunday, October 2 (there will be no classes on the long weekends). *Registration deadline is flexible*. Cost: $75.

  • 4-6 year olds, 30 minute class. 1:00 p.m.
  • 7-9 year olds, 45 minute class. 2:00 p.m.**

The instructor is Emma Dal Monte, who was our substitute teacher last season. Emma is a dance instructional student at the School of Contemporary Dance.
Please send us a Facebook message or email us at lordrobertscc725@shaw.ca to register or for more details .

**should we not have enough registrations after two weeks to run separate age groups, we will be combining the age groups for one 45-minute at class at 1:00 p.m.

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About Us

Lord Roberts Community Centre was founded in 1934 at the corner of Kylemore and Daly. Originally called "The Terriers,"
the Club consisted of two box cars donated by the CNR.
The new clubhouse was built in 1950 at Cockburn and Kylemore, with the existing club house completed in 1960.

The first Club President was Mrs. Ellinthorpe, followed by Mrs. P. Bull, an early Osborne Street resident who was Lord Roberts Club President for a total of 6 years.

A fire destroyed the community center in the winter of 1988, but it continued to operate thanks to the dedication of volunteers with the support of the community centers nearby, until it was reopened on May 11th, 1990.

Our Mission

The purpose of the Lord Roberts Community Center is to provide a broad range of recreational and leisure activities for persons of all ages residing in the Lord Roberts area especially as well as to surrounding communities of the City of Winnipeg, through the management and operation of the facilities and grounds.

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Click here for archived information on the 2013 priority setting workshop.