St. Albert Community Hall
St. Albert Community Hall, which is operated by the St. Albert and District Community League and managed by a volunteer board of directors, is truly a gem. The Hall was built in 1940 and is known for its expanse of windows that flood the building in natural sunlight. An enduring legacy in the community for 80 years, the Hall has been everything to everyone, from a public library, a place of worship, a courthouse, and the site of many weddings, dances, and fundraisers.
“There is a need for a flexible, low-cost, non-partisan, non-sectarian meeting and recreational space St. Albert,” says Michael Clulow, Treasurer & Building Manager. “The St. Albert community Hall provides a venue for events, exercise classes, sports, baby showers, club meetings, and more. We are also home for the 533 St. Albert Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron, the St. Albert Host Lions Club, The St. Albert and District Fish and Game Association, St. Albert Karate Club, and the local branch of Weight Watchers.”
The main hall has a 200-person capacity and a hardwood dance floor. A bar, stage, and PA/video system, are available, as are tables and chairs. The lower hall (capacity 80) is great for meeting breakout sessions. A large kitchen is available for use.
To book the hall or learn more, visit www.stalbertcommunityhall.com.