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Shawnigan Cobble Hill Farmers Institute & Agricultural Society

Shawnigan Cobble Hill Farmers Institute & Agricultural Society

Confirmed: Jun. 28, 2019
other sites:
3550 Watson Avenue Cobble Hill BC map
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Administrative/Mailing Address
Box 148

Contact Details

Gerry Giles
schfias.secretary@gmail.com
250-743-5431

Booking Contact

Gerry
cobblehillhall@gmail.com
250-743-5431
Hours: 24/7

Community Hall - used and rented for many purposes. This is the home of Farmers Institute and of the Historic Cobble Hill Fair

Venue Specs

Capacity200
Venue FormatMulti-Purpose / Hall
Liquor LicenseNone, All Ages or Provide your own
Capacity Notes/DetailsLarge Hall, Dining Room, Kitchen, Stage plus Youth & Stu Armour Hall
Dimension Notes / Details32' x 72'
Has StageYes
Stage DetailsSmall stage with piano
Flooring Typehardwood
Rentable / Hosts Outside EventsYes
Rental RatesSee website for rental rates
Rental / Usage RestrictionsAll ages unless liquor being served
Has Sound / LightingYes
Soundsystem DetailsRental/use can be arranged
Wheelchair Accessible?Yes
AmenitiesKitchen, bar, dining room, main hall
Parking NotesStreet
Venue StaffingNone Provided



Listed Under:
Venues >> Community / Rec Centre
Visual Arts >> Art Gallery - Commercial
Agri-Arts >> Farmer's Market / Farm Gate
Literary >> Literary Fair / Festival

Listing last confirmed: Jun. 28, 2019

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