Kenmount Terrace Programs

Kenmount Terrace Programs

Kenmount Terrace Community Centre (KTCC), Kenmount Terrace Programs

The City of St. John’s is pleased to welcome residents and visitors to our newest facility, The Kenmount Terrace Community Centre and Park at 85 Messenger Drive. For facility features see below.
 
To reach the Kenmount Terrace Community Centre and Park call 709-576-6112 or email recreation@stjohns.ca

Programs offered in May 2019 are listed in the chart, more programs will be added in the coming weeks as we learn more about what best meets the needs of the community.
 

Program Day Date Time Age Cost
Playgroup Saturdays May 4-25 10-11:30 a.m. up to age 5 $2/child
age 6 months to 5 years-old
  Wednesdays May 8-29 10-11:30 a.m. up to age 5 $2/child 
age 6 months to ​5 years-old
Kids Craft Monday May 27 6-7:30 p.m. 5-12 Register online or call 576-8499
Family Fun Thursdays May 9 & 23 6-8 p.m. all ages Free
  Sundays May 12 & 26 6-8 p.m. all ages Free
Youth Night Tuesdays May 7 & 21 6-7:30 p.m. 10-14 Free
  Wednesdays May 15 & 29 6-7:30 p.m. 10-14 Free
Open Gym Sunday May 5 2-4 p.m. all ages $2/youth; $3/adult
  Monday May 13 6-8 p.m. all ages $2/youth; $3/adult
  Tuesdays May 14 & 28 6-8 p.m. all ages $2/youth; $3/adult
  Wednesday May 8 6-8 p.m. all ages $2/youth; $3/adult
  Friday May 10 6-8 p.m. all ages $2/youth; $3/adult
Paint Night Thursday May 30 7-9 p.m. 18+ Register online or call 576-8499
Seniors
Drop In
Thursdays May 16 & 30 10 a.m.-noon 50+ $2/person 
  Tuesday May 21 10 a.m.-noon 50+ $2/person 

The Kenmount Terrace Community Centre and Park has many features, including:

  • Full-size gymnasium featuring court lines for basketball and volleyball, six attached basketball nets, dividable gym option
  • Multipurpose room with dividable wall to create two spaces
  • Kitchen amenities include a stove top, ovens, microwaves, large island, coolers, freezer and industrial dish washer
  • Activity Lobby Area is a large open space overlooking the park
  • Looped asphalt trail which is 2.5 metres wide, 500 metres in length will provide contoured active walking surface or ‘track’ that links all the park’s activity zones and spaces.
  • Neighbourhood at Arial Street provides pedestrian/bike access and a play area for residents within the neighbourhood radius.
  • Playground featuring a rubber surface, freestanding play activities, large play structure with multiple options, swings, merry-go-round, spider climbing web and inclusive play options
  • Splash pad has a variety of water features to keep all cool during the summer
  • Skate park is a long linear park with sloping aspects that includes a variety of rails, ramps, transitions and boxes
  • Outdoor basketball and ball hockey court with three 3-on-3 court areas and basketball nets
  • Dog parks built in the natural setting with one for larger dogs and one for small dogs