A PLACE WHERE COMMUNITY HAPPENS

WANT TO RENT THE HALL?

For all hall rental inquires
please contact our booking agent by emailing 
theduntroonhall@gmail.com 
or
messaging us on
facebook

THE DUNTROON HALL 

The facility is commonly used for weddings, buck n’ does, reunions, birthdays, and the most notorious chicken races! 

This facility, at over 8000 square feet, is the largest of its kind within the Township. With two bowling lanes, playground and large outdoor space, this hall is the ideal location for your next buck-and-doe, wedding, birthday party, anniversary celebration, Christmas gathering or family reunion.

Hauled overland by a flotilla of livestock trucks and hay wagons drawn by farm tractors, community members of old Nottawasaga Township brought home to their “capital” the building that would become the new centre for their municipal government and the community’s main gathering place. These volunteers and many more disassembled this former military drill hall in Base Borden, and then pieced it back together at the edge of Duntroon’s historic 5-acre Islay Park.

Six decades later, The Duntroon Hall’s walls still reverberate with the great sounds of square dances, buck-and-does, weddings, family reunions, bowling parties, concerts, trivia nights, and the like. 


UPPER & LOWER HALLS: $450.00 INCL HST + Bartender & Corkage Fee + $100.00 Damage Deposit
• Includes the upstairs dance hall with bar, stage and piano (capacity 265 with alcohol, 299 without
alcohol) and the downstairs dining hall (capacity 106 with alcohol, 123 with no alcohol) plus kitchen
facilities (2 stoves, 2 fridges) 

NOTE: When serving alcohol you must rent the ENTIRE hall. 


UPPER HALL ONLY: $325.00 INCL HST + $100.00 Damage Deposit

LOWER HALL ONLY: $125.00 INCL HST 


BOWLING ALLEY ONLY: $50.00 INCL HST
• Two lanes with automatic pin setters and foosball table
• Equipment switches located inside and to the left of the alley access door on your left as you enter the
lower hall 


LOWER HALL & BOWLING ALLEY: $150.00 INCL HST
• Includes lower hall, kitchen facilities, and bowling alley
Address: 9025 County Rd 91, Duntroon

Other Amenities: stage, bar facilities, washrooms

Rental Inquiries: 705-730-4026 or theduntroonhall@gmail.com

MEET THE TEAM 

The Duntroon Hall alike other halls in the township is 100% volunteer run. We thank all of our dedicated volunteers who have kept the hall going! If you are interested in becoming a ‘haullenteer’ message us on facebook. The Duntroon Hall alike other halls in the township is 100% volunteer run. We thank all of our dedicated volunteers who have kept the hall going! If you are interested in becoming a ‘haullenteer’ message us on facebook.

GORD KEMP
CHAIR 
MONICA SCOTT 
VICE CHAIR 
MARY ARMSTRONG 
TREASURER
CAROLINE QUANBURY 
BOOKING AGENT 
HALL BOARD DIRECTORS 

DAVID CULHAM 
MARK FISHER 
RON GENOE 
WALLY SKOMRA
ROZ ST. CLAIR 
NICOLE SCOTT 
SUZANNE WESETVIK
JIM CAMPBELL
KIMBERLY SCHNEIDER

The Duntroon Hall holds various events throughout the year
Like our facebook page to be the first to know about events

THE KNOW IT ALL BALL

The Know It All Ball, generally held twice a year is the best trivia night this side of the county line. Find 8-10 friends who are insufferable know it all’s and book a table.  See if you can beat the great minds in the area. 

GREEN BEER DAY 

Join the Duntroon Hall in the celebration of St. Patricks Day!  GB Day 2020 will be host to the Bagpipe Highlanders.  

SMALL HALLS FESTIVAL 

In collaboration with Clearview Townships and our fellow halls, every October Clearview hosts the Award Winning Small Halls Festival.  The ourpose is to showcase every Hall in the township and raise money to ensure the Halls can be used for many more generations. 

ONE STOP CHRISTMAS SHOP 

This event is held in early December to showcase the great local vendors in our area.  Whats better than grabbing a hot bowl of soup and some gifts all while supporting local!

HISTORY 

The Town of Duntroon


• established in 1834 as the first settlement in Nottawasaga Township
• has been known by several names: McNabb’s Corners, Scotch Corners, Bowmore (Gaelic for ‘great sea reefor sea rock’), then in the 1860’s as Duntroon.
• Bowmore was an earlier name for the village of Duntroon, Ontario, in reference to the administrative capital of the Isle of Islay, Scotland, from which many of the first European settlers came in the early 1800’s. Bowmore (Scotland) is famous for its scotch whiskey distillery of the same name, and is home to The Bowmore Round Church, reputedly so shaped in order that the Devil could not hide in the corners. The name Duntroon, applied to the village in the last half of the 1800’s, was derived from Duntrune Castle, 60km to the north-east of Bowmore, the longest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland, dating to the 12thCentury and home to the ghost of a handless bagpiper.
• Duntroon was the seat of Nottawasaga’s government for approximately 150 years until 1993 and the Clearview Township amalgamation


Islay Park (beside the hall)


• began in 1934 as a centre for baseball and the 100thanniversary celebrations of Nottawasaga
• in 1935 the land was formerly donated by the McDermid family to the Duntroon Women’s Institute, who in 2002 provided it to Clearview Township who now maintain the grounds
• a clause in the deed states: “… the said lands are to be used solely for the use and benefit of the people of the Community of Duntroon and vicinity”
• the trees were planted by school children and volunteers in the late 1930’’
• the park equipment and facilities are the result of the volunteer work of the Duntroon Recreation Committee
• for many years the park was the centre of activity for a thriving community baseball league
The Duntroon Hall (also known as the Nottawasaga Community Hall)
• opened on June 30th, 1955, the building is a relocated drill hall originally from Camp Borden
• the hall was moved and finished by area volunteers, with the early fundraising dinners being held on a earth floor in the lower level
• it is the third hall to be built in Duntroon for community events, preceded by the Town Hall (1857-1900), and the Sons of Scotland Hall which was located across the street
• the largest and busiest of Clearview’s community halls, with usage averaging approximately 260 times per year
• while owned by the Clearview Township, the hall is run by community volunteers
• current uses include: weddings, buck-and-does, bowling league, square dancing club, line dancing lessons, anniversary and birthday parties, meetings, courses, funeral luncheons, family Christmas dinners, company Christmas parties, school graduations, community plays

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