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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

7th Annual Errington WORLD MUSIC YOUTH CAMPS PLANNED

This summer there will be two camps, August 8-12 and 15-19. The fees for each week are $75 and cover 18 hours’ instruction, the use of all instruments, lunch time activities, and a Friday evening concert recital open to the public.

Week One will be an introduction to Zimbabwean Marimbas and Gumboot Dance with instructor Sarah Van Borek and Brazilian Samba percussion and movement with Marco Castrucci. Assisting Sarah will be Fahlon Smith and assisting Marco will be Chris Couto. This camp is intended for children and youth ages 8 and up with little or no prior experience.

Week Two will include Marimba Composition and West African Drumming and Dance. Marimba instructors are Fahlon Smith and Chris Couto. Drumming/Dance instructors are Theo Vincent and Nadjema Soro. The camp is aimed at youth with prior experience.

Registration forms will be available for downloading from this website in February

WINTER - SPRING 2016 HALL EVENTS SCHEDULE NOW POSTED

A great list of entertainments coming in Winter of 2015 and Spring 2016. You'll find them by clicking on the Calendar of Events button above.

46th Annual Hi Neighbour Day - Saturday, August 15th 2015

Saturday, August 15th 2015 - WE CELEBRATED 100 YEARS OF OUR COMMUNITY PARK

Yes, it was 1915 when our little park was first cleared - we celebrated by having events like the Auction, Lunch and Variety Show in the Park, not in the Hall. Those that came watched dramatized scenes of milestones in the story of our Park and the first school also begun in 1915. People also took the time check out the newly re-surfaced trails.

If you have any photos or memories of the Hall you'd like to share with us, contact us at ewmhinfo@gmail.com and we'll get something organized.


This site was last updated January 1, 2016