Looking for a way to get involved? The Village of Kleinburg has a special charm – and much of the credit goes to the unsung heros and groups who give their time and effort to make this a better place. There are many such groups operating in the area – this site provides a starting point to find out more about them.

Think you can help?

McMichael Volunteer Committee

The McMichael Volunteer Committee is a dedicated team of McMichael members, from all walks of life, who share a passion for the arts and are committed to volunteerism. Proceeds from our fundraising events go towards enhancing the visitor experience, including sponsoring the popular Sunday Concert Series and supporting Children's programming. MORE...

 

Binder Twine Festival Committee

Kleinburg's annual Binder Twine Festival originally began in the late 1800's when Charlie Shaw, proprietor of Shaw's Hardware Store in Kleinburg, held an annual evening of food and entertainment for his Binder Twine customers. Revived as a centennial project in 1967 by local volunteers (including Vic Ryder and Pierre Berton), the annual festival involves over 600 volunteers and over 25,000 visitors. MORE...

     

Kleinburg Business Improvement Association

The BIA is a Volunteer group of local merchants working towards maintaining a thriving business core. They organize and run events such as the annual Christmas Tree lighting at the Klein House, PumpkinFest, ArtWalk, Spring Fling, and this summer's Farmer's Market. Volunteers are needed to help run events. MORE...

 

Kleinburg & Area Ratepayers Association

On payment of a one-time fee (currently $10) membership in KARA is open to all persons, aged 18 or more, who reside south of Vaughan’s boundary with King, east of York Region’s boundary with Peel, north of Rutherford Road (west of Highway 27) and of Major Mackenzie Drive (east of Highway 27), and west of Pine Valley Drive. KARA’s object is to promote, protect, and represent the general interests of those who reside within these bounds. MORE...

     

Humber Valley Heritage Trail Association

The Humber Valley Heritage Trail Association is a group of enthusiastic volunteers who have accepted the responsibility for developing and maintaining a pedestrian trail through the Humber River Valley from the Trans Canada Trail on Humber Station Road near Albion Hills Conservation Area in the Town of Caledon, through Bolton, to Bindertwine Park in Kleinberg. MORE...

 

Friends of Boyd Park

The Goal of the Friends of Boyd Park is to preserve the integrity and vitality of Boyd Park for future generations. We share the concerns of the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Natural Resources and Toronto Region Conservation Authority that Pine Valley Drive will impair the quality of this precious, public resource. We support sensible, less costly traffic alternatives and solutions. MORE...

     

Kleinburg Rotary Club

The Rotary Club of Kleinburg has been active in Kleinburg and the surrounding community since 1962. We are a community service club made up of members who work and live within the immediate area. We lend financial support and manpower to several community events and projects along with being involved with Rotary International to support worldwide service club efforts. MORE...

 

Kleinburg Nashville Historical Collection

Our local history museum, located in the Kline House at the corner of Islington & Nashville, contains photographs and artifacts from Kleinburg's rich past. Organized by the Kleinburg Old Boys and staffed by volunteers, the collection is open on weekend from Victoria Day to Thanksgiving. MORE...

     

Take 5

Looking for a fun way to meet other like-minded Moms in the Kleinburg area? Take-5 is welcoming new members for its 2005-2006 season. Most of our members are Kleinburg residents and have found the network of Moms invaluable. MORE...

 

Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run® is a character development program built around running, designed to help girls’ value themselves and make healthy choices. Our Mission is to educate and prepare girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. Our objective is to reduce the display of at-risk behaviors among our participants by providing the girls with tools to make healthy decisions and form healthy self-images. MORE...

     

CHATS--Community Home Assistance to Seniors

CHATS--Community Home Assistance to Seniors is a local non-profit organization that provides support and programs for seniors to enable them to continue to live independently. We currently have seniors in the Vaughan/Nobleton area on waiting lists for our Seniors Outreach Visiting Program as well as our Transportation Program due to a lack of volunteers. If you have a few hours a week to assist at one of these programs, please call Christine at (905)713-3373 Ext.6051

Volunteer Opportunity - Friendly Visitors

Volunteer Opportunity - Volunteer Drivers

 

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW)

The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) is a national, non-profit, non-partisan, bilingual organization of close to 10,000 women in over 120 Clubs across Canada. Members are active in public affairs, working together for the equality of women and girls socially, economically and politically as well as to improve education, the environment, peace, justice and human rights. CFUW Vaughan was founded in 1972 and over the years, the Vaughan Club has been actively involved with the local community, initiating and supporting environmental causes as well as educational projects. MORE ...

     

Kleinburg & Area Churches

Cornerstone Community Church

We're located at the corner of Nashville Road and HWY #27, at 180 Nashville Road.

Phone: 905-893-7000

Regular Sunday service at 10:30am

Visit our web site: theCornerstoneChurch.ca

 

 

Christ Church Woodbridge, Anglican

Said Eucharist: 8:00 a.m.
Choral Eucharist: 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School:10:00 a.m.

Christ Church Woodbridge recently celebrated its 165th anniversary, still vibrant and growing. The church traces its beginnings back to 1842 ...MORE. . .

 
Kleinburg Spirit

The Kleinburg Spirit is the Kleinburg Village's own Community Newsletter, published 6 times a year. The Kleinburg Spirit is published by KARA (Kleinburg & Area Ratepayers Association). Archived copies of the Spirit are available on the KARA web site.

 

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For information on the Village of Kleinburg, visit www.KleinburgVillage.com

 

 

 
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