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|Built as a memorial to those who died in World War I, the Errington War
Memorial Hall opened its doors on March 22nd, 1922. It is maintained by a non-profit
society made up of volunteers who sponsor cultural, social and recreational activities
for the community.
The Hall is located in Errington at 1390 Errington Road, approximately 6km southwest of Parksville on central Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. For a map and directions to the Hall - click here: Location For rental information - click: Rental
Yes, 90 years ago the Hall opened its doors to the Errington community - Over the years, the building has been added on to, dug under and renovated in many ways - roofs, stairs, floors, doors, windows and washrooms have all been replaced and changed, but the old building still echoes to the sounds of music, laughter and children playing. To observe this 90th birthday we hosted 2 events, an Old Timers Tea and a 90th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT. Both were well attended and very entertaining. It was great to see so many familiar faces in the Hall again.
If you have any photos or memories of the Hall you'd like to share with us, contact us at email@example.com and we'll get something organized.
We'd like to take this opportunity to thank all those who contributed their time, talents and energy to help make the 9th Annual Night at the Palace shows such a great success. The band, the cast, the crew, the organizers and all the volunteer helpers deserve hearty congratulations for all their efforts. There are many who work for weeks to put the show together and the results show it. So, from the Hall Association and surely from all the folks who came to watch, THANKS to you all!
Driving by the Hall, you may have noticed construction work going on between the Hall and the Old Fire Hall, next door. With funding from a Federal Government grant, we are building a long sloping ramp up to a new landing by the front door. Charley Pickard is in charge of the crew of volunteers doing the work. We'd like to thank Charley, Shiela and specially all the folks who have donated some time to make it happen.