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Beautiful New Community Benches at the Lund Gazebo... Thank You

Lund Community Society Facilities

For rentals of The Northside Community Recreation Centre please download and read both the License for Facility Rental and the Rental Fee Schedule. For more information, contact Facilities Bookings or a Society member.

The Kla Ah Men Lund Gazebo Regional Park

The Gazebo is available year-round for outdoor events. For non-exclusive public use, no rental agreement is required.  For formal events such as a wedding or a dance where exclusive use of the premises is desired, a Rental Agreement must be signed.

BOOKING FOR THE GAZEBO is available ONLY via the qathet Regional District

Contact: Caroline Visser at  604 487-1380


Northside Community Recreation Centre

The Northside Community Recreation Centre (Historic Lund School) still bears some resemblance to its former incarnation as the Lund Elementary School. 


The largest classroom is now available as a large multi-purpose room, while the smaller classroom has been divided into an office, library and dedicated Preschool room. 


A hallway separates the licensed kitchen from these rooms.  A small room is adjacent to the kitchen, separated by a serving counter with privacy blind and a dutch-style door. The building has two washrooms with two stalls each.


There is a playground with equipment suitable for young children, as well as a playing field and a covered outside area.

Proposed New Building

The qRD applied for a $4.2 million Canada Infrastructure Grant in early 2021, a community improvement under the Rural & Northern Community Infrastructure Grant. The grant was approved, 73% of the project costs in mid 2022, subject to qRD borrowing $1.1 million, impacting local taxes.


January to March 2023 the qRD begins community outreach to approve this borrowing, to enable project work to commence by mid April 2023, a conditional the grant.

 Following the financing approvals a community engagement process will be part of the final design studies prior to any construction.


The only upgrades to the existing building are an upgrade and slight expansion to the kitchen to meet commercial kitchen standards and a linking entryway to the new building. Possibly a two year timeframe until completed. The finished multi-purpose space is hoped to replace the much loved and missed Lund Hall, serving all residents of qRD Area A, the Northside Recreation area, north of Powell RIver and Wildwood. 

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