Deville North Cooking Lake
Community hall reopening
Some community halls are opening, effective July 15. Please contact the specific community hall association operator for details and availability.
For safe use, these community operated venues are required to follow Alberta Health Services’ direction. Occupancy limits are reduced to meet physical distancing requirements.
Deville/North Cooking Lake Community Hall is operated by the Deville/North Cooking Lake Community League. The community hall is located at 21033 Wye Road , North Cooking Lake.
Directions to Deville North Cooking Lake Community Hall – Google maps
The hall amenities include
- wheelchair accessible washrooms
- full kitchen with separate entrance
- dance floor
- attached bar with fridge
- smoke free environment
The building is 3570 square feet with a seating capacity of 150.
Are you serving alcohol at this community hall for your function?
Functions with alcohol are required to purchase Host Liquor Liability insurance in the amount of $2 million. Renters are required to name both Deville/North Cooking Lake Community League and Strathcona County as Additional Named Insureds on their Certificate of Insurance.
For additional information please speak to the rental contact at the facility you are booking.
Outdoor amenities include
- camping, with a permit, during booked functions
- three ball diamonds
- two outdoor barbecue barrels
- gazebo, picnic tables
- benches with a fire pit
- skating ponds
- change hut and fire pit
- concession stand
- lakeshore trails
Programs and special events
The Deville/North Cooking Lake Community League plans, administers and offers a number of community-based programs and special events. The programs and events include seniors’ activities, art classes, dance classes, dart night, pub night, family Christmas dinner, Anniversary days, New Year’s Eve party and a pancake breakfast.
If you would like additional information on these programs or events, or you would like to participate or help out, please call Brad at 780-686-4429. Current events and program information can also be found on the Event Calendar.
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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