Welcome to the Rankin Culture & Recreation Centre

The 'Centre' has been around for many years under various forms. In fact, the original was built in 1963. Unfortunately, the 'Rink' as it's known to most now, burned in a fire on March 15, 2005. This was a great loss for our entire community and surrounding area. When asked if they wanted to rebuild or simply cease operations, the community gathered and gave a unanimous thumbs up to rebuild. And that's what we've done!  Everyone agrees that the new Rankin Culture & Recreation Centre is BIGGER AND BETTER!!

If you are interested in supporting our new Centre with a donation, you can find more information on our volunteer & donate page. For information on our next monthly meeting, please visit events & programs page or you can view/download our monthly newsletter here

Upcoming Events:

SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR ANNUAL WINTER CARNIVAL - February 8-11th, 2018!

Annual Winter Carnival
Join us for our Annual Winter Carnival. Highlights include:
+ Saturday & Sunday February 2-3 - Hockey Tournament
+ Sunday, February 4 - Hymn Sing
+ Thursday, February 8 - Spaghetti Supper
+ Friday, February 9 - Euchre Tournament
+ Saturday, February 10 - Pancake Breakfast, Games, Trivia Night and more
+ Sunday, February 11 - Outdoor games, Live Auction, Awards and more

and so much MORE! Click here for the complete schedule.

Check out all upcoming event information on our events page.

RCRC Scholarship Winners

Maëla Séquin from Jeanne-Lajoie (left) and Jessica Stencill from Fellowes High School (right) were our two scholarship winners this year. Thank you to the Eganville Leader for sending us this photo of RCRC President Josh Verch presenting the cheques. Best of luck in your studies in September ladies!

Community Fund for Canada’s 150th

he RCRC was successful in receiving a $600 grant in honor of Canada's 150th birthday. This initiative is made possible by the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th, a collaboration between the Pembroke Petawawa District Community Foundation, Community Foundations of Canada, the Government of Canada, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast to coast. Click here for the article from the Pembroke Daily Observer.

Online Donations

We are half way to our goal of paying off our brand new outdoor rink. If you are able to donate to our cause, you can do so online here.

 

This project is supported by the Government of Ontario