While the community halls listed below are owned by Clearview Township, they are run by dedicated volunteers from across the municipality. Providing valuable programs and services to the community, these volunteers are "the heart of Clearview". Please contact the Community Centre directly to inquire about availability and rates.
Thank you for your interest in booking a community hall. To confirm the availablity of the hall, please contact the hall board using the contact information in the dropdown fields below.
To complete your booking, there are three steps:
1) Select the Community Centre from the dropdown fields below.
2) Complete the Facility Rental Agreement (documents are in the dropdown fields below)
3) Email the completed forms to the hall board booking contact (contact information in the dropdown fields below)
Please note: All rentals with alcohol are subject to the Municipal Alcohol Risk Management Policy.
The BBQ pit, playing field, bowling lanes, stage and large hall make this an excellent location for birthday parties, family functions, concerts and more! The Avevning Community Centre or the ACC North as locals like to call it, is for lovers of music and great old halls!
When you enter the front door you see how this hall, lovingly built and maintained by hardworking Aveningites, shines. Its gleaming maple floors have been polished by 6 decades of dancing shoes, its rustic pine ceiling resonates the perfect acoustics of past concerts and songs yet to be sung. You can hear the laughter of years goneby in the bowling alley downstairs and the folks at the hall welcome you as if you are one of their own.
Address: 3401 County Rd 42
Other Amenities: stage, large dance floor or seating area, kitchen, bar facilities, 2 bowling lanes, spectator seating, washrooms, BBQ/pig roast pit, picnic tables and lots of green space.
Rental Inquiries: 416-587-7901
This old school house, built in 1874, was converted into a hall to serve the community. Unique to this hall is its large playing field with horseshoe pits, making it a great location for reunions, parties and outdoor events.
In the small hamlet of Brentwood lies a building which encapsulates the proud history of a town and its people. The Brentwood Hall dates back to 1875, when it was the quaint two-room schoolhouse where local students learned the 3Rs. As time marches on, the building took on new life when it was purchased by the township for a dollar and became the Brentwood Hall.
It is hard to find anyone in our community from 9 to 99 who hasn’t celebrated something at “the hall”, be it a shower for a new baby or young bride, the ringing in of a New Year with dancing and singing, the bragging rights earned by winning a hard fought euchre or horseshoe tournament, a community supper where the breaking of bread between community members becomes a communion of friends and neighbours, or a family reunion where far flung family members return to the welcoming place that always remembers them. The hall well represents the people who built it. Their old fashioned willingness to work to make it a better place make its unvarnished charm much like the tin ceiling recently uncovered during renovations: proof that when regular people come together to work and live in community, amazing things will be discovered and restored.
Address: 9926 County Rd 10, New Lowell
Other Amenities: stage, kitchen, bar capabilities, hardwood floor, lighted horseshoe pits
Booking the Brentwood Community Centre
Thank you for your interest in booking the Brentwood Community Centre.
To confirm if your date is available, please view the booking calendar: Booking Calendar
Rental Inquiries / Questions: Email
Clean, modern, bright flexible and value for money. Designed to replicate the original station building, this multi-purpose facility is perfect for weddings, receptions and family gatherings. Fully accessible.
"All Aboard" --- often heard in the village of Creemore as the conductor signalled the engineer to pull out of the station. Although it was taken over by the CNR, the "Hog Special" ran from Beeton to Collingwood, taking passengers, students,and freight to stops along the way. But it was the huge numbers of hogs being shipped to the packing plant in Collingwood that gave the train its familiar name. The station burned down in 1955 and the last train went through the same year. The current building was erected in 2000 as a millennial project, a much needed, long dreamed for, cultural/ heritage centre. Today, you will hear "I'll meet you at the fountain", sculpted by Ralph Hicks, and depicting children dancing happily in the spray. Surrounded by gardens maintained by volunteers, it sits on the remaining railway lines as an open space in the centre of the village."
Address: 10 Caroline St. E, Creemore
Capacity: Meeting Room Format - 180 persons; Reception Hall Format - 225 persons: Parking for 60 cars
Other Amenities: Commercial dishwasher, portable stage, state-of-the-art sound system, 1 2’xl 2’screen. Next to fountain & gardens
Rental Inquiries: 705-466-2552
Nestled next to the Noisy River and Dunedin Park, this hall provides a unique backdrop for your next function with seating for moderate-sized functions and a beautiful hardwood floor.
This hall features a newly renovated kitchen with all your amenities. It has seating for moderate functions (up to 80 people) with tables and chairs. Push these aside and you have a beautiful hardwood floor for dances, fitness classes, or the like. Downstairs is a small room with washroom facilities ideal for meetings or workshops. Nestled next to the Noisy River and Dunedin Park, this hall provides a unique backdrop for your next function. No bar available.
Address: 8994 County Rd 9, Dunedin
Other Amenities: kitchen, dance floor or seating area
Rental Inquiries: 705-466-6161 or by email.
This hall has an old-fashioned feel with its rustic tables and chairs, barn-like stage and hardwood floors. Perfect for your next dance, social or fundraising event with enough green space in the back for games and activities along with 2 shuffleboard courts in the basement.
The Nottawa Memorial Community Center, located in the heart of the village of Nottawa, has served as a gathering place for the community and surrounding residents for over 60 years. Vintage hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings and handmade wooden tables maintain the character of the community that built the hall. Host to concerts, fundraisers, meetings and more, the Nottawa hall continues to be a vibrant part of the place we call home.
Address: 4129 County Rd 124, Nottawa
Capacity: Alcohol Served: 130 Upstairs, 80 Downstairs. Alcohol not served: 150 upstairs, 90 downstairs.
Other Amenities: stage, hardwood floor, washrooms, bar facilities, two shuffleboard courts, kitchen, small meeting room, small green space out back
Rental Inquiries: Email
This facility, at over 8000 square feet, is the largest of its kind within the Township. With two bowling lanes, playground and large outdoor space, this hall is the ideal location for your next buck-and-doe, wedding, birthday party, anniversary celebration, Christmas gathering or family reunion.
Hauled overland by a flotilla of livestock trucks and hay wagons drawn by farm tractors, community members of old Nottawasaga Township brought home to their “capital” the building that would become the new centre for their municipal government and the community's main gathering place. These volunteers and many more disassembled this former military drill hall in Base Borden, and then pieced it back together at the edge of Duntroon's historic 5-acre Islay Park.
Six decades later, The Duntroon Hall's walls still reverberate with the great sounds of square dances, buck-and-does, weddings, family reunions, bowling parties, concerts, trivia nights, and the like.
Address: 9025 County Rd 91, Duntroon
Capacity: Dance Hall = 299, Dance Hall with Alcohol Served = 265, Dining Hall = 123, Dining Hall with Alcohol served = 106, Entire Building = 299
Other Amenities: stage, bar facilities, washrooms
Conveniently situated between Wasaga Beach, Stayner, New Lowell and Edenvale at crossroads Hwy 26 and County Road 10, Sunnidale Corners is a great location for all your small to medium size functions. It can accommodate up to 90 people upstairs where it has a bar, kitchenette, stage and hardwood floor. Downstairs there is a newly renovated kitchen and seating area which can accommodate an additional 75 people. Thanks to funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the hall has seen a complete retrofit along with the installation of air conditioning, making it an ideal venue all year round. Bar available with AGCO Special Occasion Permit.
Address: 12391 County Rd 10
Other Amenities: bar facilities. kitchenette, stage, dance floor or seating area, washrooms, full kitchen, large meeting room-Air conditioning.
Rental inquiries: 705-428-0223