Celebrating our neighbourhood Centennial in Knollwood Park – Sept. 20th

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The revitalization of Knollwood Park has been taking shape over the past year. The City of Kitchener, the Kitchener Rangers, and many individuals and businesses from our community have contributed funds and volunteered time to improve the beauty and design of our park. Here’s what we’ve accomplished so far:

• New trail
• New pavilion and picnic table • Playground extension

• 49 new trees

• Modernization of the sports field • New garbage containers

Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the Knollwood Park pavilion. We’ve received $25,000 from the Kitchener Rangers, $10,000 from a Festival of Neighbourhoods grant and over $11,000 from neighbours. Your generosity has been enormous!

Thank you to local architect David Thompson for donating his time and talent to create the design and oversee the construction of the pavilion.

There’s still time to donate

More funds are needed to finish the pavilion. New donations will pay for the addition of brick to the pavilion columns.

Donations of any size are welcome. You’ll receive a tax receipt for a donation of $20 or more.

Donate by August 27th for Special Recognition

Donate $100 or more by August 27th, 2015, and you’ll also receive recognition on a special sign that will be installed in the park in September.


How to donate

Please make your cheque payable to the City of Kitchener. Drop off your donation, or call us and we’ll pick it up:

Brian Laube | President 519.743.7744 brian.laube@rogers.com 212 Lydia Street

Jean Markovich | Vice President 226.220.4270 jean.markovich1@gmail.com
176 Samuel Street

Sunday, September 20th | We have a lot to celebrate!

• 100th anniversary of the Auditorium Neighbourhood • 25th anniversary of the Auditorium Neighbourhood

• Enhancements to Knollwood Park

Plan to join us for a celebration in Knollwood Park. We’ll have fun and interesting activities for everyone.

Stay tuned for more information. Details will be available on the ANA website and Facebook page in early September.

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