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Deep Cove Yacht Club

Officially, the Deep Cove Yacht Club began its existence on July 31, l936 as the Deep Cove Sport Association and later became the Deep Cove Yacht & Sports Club, known fondly to most as the Deep Cove Yacht Club. Unofficially, the club’s formation was in reality the natural outcome of many of the Cove’s residents love for the water, water sports and boating. The municipality of North Vancouver had kindly allowed the club to rent a piece of land on the foreshore of Panorama Park.

Club Members cleared the land and erected a modest building and for the next forty nine years maintained and improved, all by volunteer labour, the clubhouse, grounds and floating wharves. During World War II, the clubhouse was requisitioned as an elementary school and it also served as a meeting place for the local Red Cross and Air Raid Precaution organizations.

During its early years, the clubhouse was the focal point for most of the Cove’s social and recreational activities and present Cultural Centre. By the early 1980’s, the original clubhouse was suffering from extreme old age and was replaced by the present building, with financing undertake solely by club members. In the past 20 years, the club has upgraded the wharves by installing 3 new concrete floats, electricity, water, extra lighting, security and new fingers. The club also acquired the Outstation at Iron bay in Indian Arm. DCYC members continue to pitch in and donate whatever talents they have to help keep the club functioning smoothly.

BC Sports Hall Of Fame

The BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is Canada’s most dynamic sports museum and is an inspiring showcase of B.C.’s world-class athletes and heroes. The Hall of Fame features vibrant and interactive displays to delight every age group, and is an ideal place to visit with the whole family. We are a popular stop for tour groups and field trips, and the most unique venue to host your next event or party.

Anza Club

Conveniently located in the heart of Mount Pleasant, the ANZA Club has been a community destination since the 1960’s. The venue has both a member’s lounge and a rental hall. The hall was beautifully renovated just a short time ago.

Perfect for birthday and anniversary parties, weddings and other special occasions. The ANZA also has a stage and sound system for live music and DJ events, and is a very popular option for fundraising events. Non-profit discounts available.

Heritage Hall on Main

Heritage Hall is a landmark building at the corner of 15th Avenue and Main Street in Vancouver.

The beautiful main floor of the building is available to rent for special events of all kinds. The building is owned by the City of Vancouver and run by the Heritage Hall Preservation Society, a non-profit charitable organization whose mandate is to restore and manage Heritage Hall. Upper floors are rented to various social service agencies.

South Hall Banquet and Wedding Palace

SOUTH HALL is the offspring of the many ventures that Balwant has pioneered over the past 30 years.. South Hall is located in the heart of South Vancouver which is easily accessible from North / West Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby, Coquitlam, and Surrey. The facility is able to accommodate from 50 to 750 persons at one time. There are three banquet rooms to be viewed all with a taste of their own – Main Hall, Mehfil Room, Sangeet Room. With a newly furnished deck off looking the Fraser River, summertime gathering have never looked so good.

Rocky Mountaineer Train Station

The Rocky Mountaineer Station is a heritage style building and is available for special events.

Located in the False Creek Flats area of beautiful Vancouver, this renovated mid-1950 ’s locomotive maintenance building is a unique venue for your special event. The classic, vintage rail building was remodeled by Rocky Mountaineer Vacations for use as the Train Station. Combining a nostalgic feel with contemporary design, this bright and flexible 20,000 sq ft meeting and reception space includes exposed timber and brick, large glass windows, 35 ft vaulted ceilings with metal beams and drive-in access through three overhead doors.

Orpheum Theatre

Originally opened on November 7, 1927 as a vaudeville house, the Orpheum was the largest and most opulent theatre on the Pacific Coast. The City of Vancouver purchased the theatre on March 19, 1974 and undertook a complete restoration of the theatre’s interior. The Orpheum re-opened on April 2, 1977 as the permanent home of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and a restored concert hall that hosts a variety of pop, classical, choral and chamber recitals. It is also an ideal venue for concert recordings, conference sessions, seminars and film shoots.

 

Harrison Galleries

Borrowed from: http://www.harrisongalleries.com/services/vancouver-event-rentals.htm


Are you looking for a unique venue as a setting for corporate functions and other events? Harrison Galleries’ new gallery space is available for event rentals.

Harrison Galleries is an upscale fine art gallery, one of the oldest in Canada, representing the art of renowned regional and internationally recognized artists. We carry an extensive collection of traditional and contemporary paintings.

The gallery occupies the entire main floor of a 3 storey all-brick heritage building and is laid out as follows:
The gallery is an open concept with two distinct areas which total 4,500 sq. ft.
The western portion has an entrance on Smithe Street – this entrance provides access for handicapped guests.
There is free movement between the two sections of the gallery, we have the ability to configure two distinct areas when necessary by blocking access to one side or the other.
A number of “movable walls” are available to configure the floor space for special purposes.
Original art will be on display, we will work with your client to determine the selection of paintings tailored to the event.

Example Floor Plan – Download PDF

Diane Ferris Gallery

Founded in 1984, the Diane Farris Gallery has developed into an internationally recognized showcase for contemporary Canadian and international art. We are especially noted for finding and establishing new talent.

The gallery serves the corporate and private collecting sector. We endeavour to draw in and include those who are new to the contemporary art scene, as well as knowledgeable collectors.

The Gallery, fronted by its spacious Sculpture Courtyard, is located in the heart of Vancouver’s “South Granville Gallery Row”.

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