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For over 100 years the Winfield Memorial Hall has been an integral part of our community, hosting hundreds of dances, weddings, trade shows and celebrations. The Hall was originated as part of the post war push to build Community Halls to give people an avenue to come together and dream bright futures and form a strong sense of community. It�s held many forms over the past 100 years from an old school house to the strong iconic cornerstone at the intersection of Bottom Woods Road and Berry Road it is today.

The Winfield Memorial Hall is kept in trust for each resident of Winfield, Oyama, Okanagan Centre and Carrs Landing (Lake Country) by a non-profit Society made up of a volunteer board of directors. Over the years hundreds of dedicated volunteers have invested tens of thousands of hours to keep our community asset strong, well maintained and affordable for future generations.

The Winfield Memorial Hall is also home to or used by these other Lake Country non-profit volunteer groups.
The Lake Country Lions
The Lake Country Native Association
The Red Cross Loan Cupboard

The road ahead looks bright, positive and exciting, with strong leadership, community involvement and district support we can formulate a robust plan to ensure our Winfield Memorial Hall is serving our community for another 100 years.

The Winfield Memorial Hall is managed by a group of dedicated community volunteers. Many hours are spent organizing the affairs of the hall.
Interested in being part of the halls board of directors? Contact us.