Community Hall Address:
8115 Mill Street
North Augusta, ON
Bookings: Sherry Peters
Phone: (613) 803-4552
Facebook: North Augusta
Public Works Coordinator
(613) 925-4231 ext. 301
Once a Presbyterian Church, the North Augusta Recreation Committee acquired the Community Hall in 1979. The committee, made up of volunteers, is very active with numerous events scheduled throughout the year, however they’ve become best known for one event in particular – the annual Labour Day Festival. This event has been the end of summer highlight for over 85 years! The Community Hall is host to other events such as euchre nights, fitness classes, an annual Christmas party and movie nights.
Open for the public to rent, the not-for-profit community hall comes equipped with a kitchen (with a double fridge and electric stove), washrooms, tables and chairs and it is a fully accessible building.
Non-fixed Seats = 119
Non-fixed Seats and Tables = 94
Standing = 223
The Township, in collaboration with the North Augusta Recreation Committee purchased the old Masonic Hall property on Main Street in 2020. Plans are still being made for this land.
During the winter months, when the weather cooperates, an outdoor skating rink is available however.
OTHER NORTH AUGUSTA AMENITIES
There are two ball diamonds located in the heart of the village behind the North Augusta Fire Station. The diamond has a canteen, dugouts, washroom facilities and lights for night play. For more information on North Augusta’s softball programs, visit www.augustasoftball.com or like North Augusta Recreation Committee on Facebook.
Beside the ball diamonds is a children’s play structure, picnic tables, a covered picnic area, swing sets and a basketball net.
There are several horseshoe pits located beside the picnic/play area.
Just north of the village on County Road 15 there are soccer fields with washroom facilities and a canteen. There is an active children’s soccer league, follow North Augusta Recreation Committee on Facebook for more information.
Located right in the village on County Road 15, the Recreation Committee has a LED sign where they post information on upcoming events.