The Community Centre is located at 692 Seventh Ave. and is owned and operated by the Village of Midway. There is a full kitchen located in the basement and a bar area in the main hall upstairs.
The Community Centre is available to rent for a range of events and activities including meetings, weddings, AGMS, banquets, craft fairs, and more. Affordable rates in a central location make the Midway Community Centre a great choice for your next event.
Please contact the Village Office for rates and availability. All bookings must go through the Village Office prior to use of the centre, this includes all user groups who may use the centre on a regular basis.
Building Capacity: 200 persons
Midway Community Centre Addition and Renovation Project
Chris Fairbanks of Fairbanks Architects presented the following Design Development Brief including conceptual drawings for the Midway Community Centre Addition and Renovation Project at the Town Hall meeting on February 2, 2017:
Midway Community Centre Addition and Renovations Design Development Brief
The Midway Community Association hosts multiple events at the Community Centre and in Midway throughout the year including the popular Christmas Kids Party each December, themed dances, and picnics in the park. If you are interested in joining the MCA please contact midwaycommunityassociation at gmail.com
All MCA events, and other events in and around Midway, are listed on the Events page.
Midway...and Beyond Little Theatre
The Midway Community Centre is also home to the Midway...and Beyond Little Theatre, a community theatre company created by John Hibberson. MBLT opened their doors to the local community with a live radio play All that Glisters on Thursday and Friday, November 28 and 29, 2014. The play, based on a true local historical incident, recalled the robbery of three gold bars from Camp McKinney in 1896 by one Matthew Roderick. He was then shot and killed by mine superindendent Joe Keane when returning a few months later to claim his hidden bars. The production was a great success, selling out both nights. The theatre group, now some 30 people strong, is now preparing to offer their second show in late April 2015. This show is a riotous comedy entitled Nana's Naughty Knickers, is the storyof a 60s going on 20s senior citizen operating an illegal lingerie store from her Manhattan apartment. Further announcements are forthcoming.
Jenny Simmonds, 250-449-2222