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Newcastle Village Community Hall Board

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As we continue to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Newcastle Village Community Hall Board will continue to meet. To maintain physical distancing, these meetings will take place in an electronic format using teleconferencing. The meetings are open to the public through electronic participation or telephone participation only. For meeting information and instructions to join,  view the committee agenda.


To oversee and manage the operation of the Newcastle Village Community Hall, which is located at 20 King St. W., Newcastle.

The hall has a capacity of 265 persons.

Terms of reference


Two-year term.

Two members of Council plus three community members are appointed by Council plus two members elected by residents.

Council appointments and resident appointments will be appointed, separately, in alternating years.

Frequency of Meetings, including upcoming meeting dates, (if available)

Third Tuesday of each month


This is a volunteer position.

Committee contact

Gabrielle Bell, Hall Coordinator 





By-law 93-147 was passed on September 27, 1993 to designate the property of historic or architectural value or interest under the Ontario Heritage Act. The Neo-Georgian brick and stone building was designed by Sproat and Rolfe, Architects, who were also responsible for such significant structures as Hart House and Bishop Strachan School Toronto. Constructed in 1923, it was a gift to the community by Mr. Chester Massey, a native of Newcastle, and the grandson of Daniel Massey of the Massey Harris Company.

Later, Mr. Massey transferred the title of the building to the Newcastle Village. The Newcastle Village Community Hall Board was first established in 1959 as a Community Centre Board, under the Community Centres Act 1949, by By-law No. 723.

Most recently, Council passed By-law 2014-094 establishing the current terms of reference, and composition of the Board.


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