RECREATION AND THE COMMUNITY
ON JUNE 24TH, 2017, COME CELEBRATE CANADA'S 150TH AT THE CHAMBERLAIN TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY HALL AND BALL FIELD!
The Chamberlain Recreation Committee is a small hard working group, who put on a few events during the year to help raise money for the hall and to be able to provide events for the community. One of the more recent undertakings was buying and installing playground equipment at the hall. As was mentioned, it is a small group who are always looking for new members. The committee will welcome with open arms anyone who is willing to come out, has new ideas, and is willing to work. If you would like more information, please call the Chamberlain Township Office at 705-544-8088.
The Chamberlain Recreation Committee meets on the second Tuesday of each month (except June, July and August) at 1:00 p.m. at the Chamberlain Township Hall, please use the back entrance.
President: Dorothy de Champlain
Secretary: Deanna Stevenson/Calvin Rodgers
Council Rep: Shirley Blackburn
Past events that have been held include: card parties, Christmas bazaars, haunted houses, Christmas work-shops, spaghetti dinners, winter fun days and others.
The Township of Chamberlain has its own recreation hall attached to the municipal office at 467501 Chamberlain Road 5. This hall is operated and maintained by the Chamberlain Recreation Committee. The township also has a small building at this location that is heated, and is currently storing picnic tables and a dance floor.
The township’s recreation hall can be rented out for community events such as, weddings, receptions, funeral luncheons, etc. The hall can be rented for the affordable cost of:
Community Hall $50.00
Community Hall and Kitchen $100.00
Funeral (includes hall and kitchen) $50.00
The community hall is fully stocked with folding tables and stacking chairs; the kitchen is fully stocked with plates/cups etc., cutlery, pots, coffee makers, serving trays, 2 fridges, 1 stove, and plenty of counter space.
The Township of Chamberlain works closely with the neighbouring municipalities of Englehart, Evanturel, and Charlton-Dack to jointly provide services such as the Englehart and Area Public Library, the Englehart and Area Fire Department, the Englehart and Area Museum, Englehart and District Hospital and the new Englehart and Area Community Complex. The township also contributes to Englehart’s other recreational facilities.