Community halls and senior centres

 

There are 14 community halls and four seniors' citizen centres located throughout Strathcona County. Many community halls are available for rent and offer excellent facilities, both indoor and outdoor, for a variety of functions.

The halls and centres are operated by local community and seniors' associations. Many dedicated local volunteers have an active interest in making their communities healthier and happier places in which to live, work and play. Many groups offer community-based programs and special events to meet the needs of community members and local residents.

League and Association Support

The Contact Offices are the first point to County services for community leagues and seniors’ associations. Services and support include:

  • Networking between clubs
  • Developing your league and programs
  • Assistance in volunteer management
  • Assistance in searching for funding opportunities
  • Caring for our community halls - facility maintenance

If you have ideas for a program or would like to become involved in your community or senior association please contact the following:

Rental contacts and rates

 

Community halls

Seniors' centres

Rural recreation facilities

Did you know rural recreation facilities are available to rent?

Is your social function having alcohol service?

If you are booking space in Strathcona County's community halls, recreation centres or senior centres and your function will have alcohol, you will be required to purchase Host Liquor Liability insurance in the amount of $2 million.

For additional information speak to the rental contact at the facility you are booking.

Strathcona County publishes community hall and senior centre information using content provided by the local community and seniors' associations licensed to operate and administer these facilities. We cannot guarantee the accuracy and currency of the information provided.

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Last updated: Thursday, January 11, 2018
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