Welcome to the Forest Heights Community Association (FHCA)
The FHCA wants your input! What do you think our priorities should be? Do you have a comment or suggestion for improvement? Visit our Contact page to download the questionnaire.
Here's an easy way to help support the FHCA! Please collect and bring in your cash register tapes from Zehrs stores only (not Loblaws or Superstores), that we can redeem to raise money for programs, supplies, and equipment.
We're often looking for instructors! Check out our Employment page for available positions.
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Who We Are
The purpose of the FHCA is to promote wellness through recreational programs and related activities, as well as to provide volunteer opportunities, for the residents of our community.
We are a volunteer organization, working together with the City of Kitchener to provide social and leisure opportunities for the Forest Heights Community and surrounding areas.
We are based in the Forest Heights Community Centre (FHCC). The FHCC currently houses a total of five partners: City of Kitchener staff, FHCA, Kitchener Fire Department, Regional Emergency Medical Services, and the Forest Hill T-Ball Association.
The FHCA follows the City of Kitchener's guidelines, policies, and procedures with all of its volunteers and participants in all activities.
Have you seen a coyote?
Read the Coyote Fact Sheet and be informed!
Donations for Little Tykes
We are looking for donations of any Little Tykes cars and bikes (with training wheels, and in great condition).
Fun Day is Coming!
June 22, 2013
Stay tuned for details...
Register for programs online - from the comfort of your own home!
No more waiting in line! The FHCA partners with the City of Kitchener to offer online registration for neighbourhood programs.
To register, you need:
Once you have the correct code to register for the course you want, visit www.kitchener.ca, and choose "eservices" or "I'd like to - Register for a City program".
You need to log in at the City's site to register for a course.
No Internet connection at home? Drop by the Community Centre for online access. Centre staff will also lend a hand, if needed.
See our program page for more information.