Native Sons Hall
**PLS NOTE - The City of Courtenay is closing all City recreation and cultural facilities to the public as of March 16, 2020 at 3 p.m. as a result of the global Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Staff will be available by phone and email during our operating hours**
Located downtown Courtenay at 360 Cliffe Avenue, next to the Sid Williams Theatre.
The historic Native Sons Hall is the largest free span log building in Canada. Built in 1928 as Courtenay’s original Recreation Centre, it has hosted numerous weddings, dances, concerts, and community events.
- Meeting room facilities for groups of 10 – 300
- Hourly rates available
- Wheelchair accessible
- Ample parking
Native Sons Hall - Grand Hall
A 4,350 square foot space for larger events, weddings, concerts, dances and more.
Native Sons Hall - Dining Room
The Dining Room is a 900 square foot space that is suited for smaller events and programs.
To book, contact
Courtenay Recreation Florence Filberg Centre
Monday to Friday
8:30 am – 4:30 pm