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Clubhouse Bar Hours of Operation

Thursday-Friday

2:00pm - 8:00pm

Saturday

12:00pm (Noon) - 8:00pm

Sunday and Holidays

12:00pm (Noon) - 8:00pm

Closed

Christmas & Good Friday

Royal Canadian Legion Meeting

Branch Executive Meeting (7:00pm)

Branch General Meeting (7:00pm)

Branch General Meeting Dates
Thursday, April 23
Thursday, June 25
Thursday, August 27


For all questions, please call the legion at (519) 443-5123.


 


In memory of recent fallen members, please look at the Last Post page.



For Catch the Ace, please use this link.



If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, click here for more info.



The Legion with open on Sunday, July 5th for Pavilion use only.

All patrons are expected to adhere to the following Covid-19 Guidelines

 

· The bar will be served from a table at the back door. One steward will be required. This will allow the bar steward to be able to monitor the patio area from that point. The steward will clean the tables before and after use.

· Patrons must sign in with the bar steward, giving name and contact number.

· Spray disinfectant will be used on the wooden tables as it will dry within three minutes.

· Patrons will be asked to turn the table sign up when leaving, to indicate the table needs to be disinfected.

· Main hall washrooms only will be available for use. A spray disinfectant will be used in the washrooms.

· Signage and hand sanitizers will be placed in accessible areas.

· Distancing measures will be painted on the pavement at the bar area

 


Rules to be posted:

1. All patrons must be signed in with the bar steward.

2. Admittance to the building is restricted to the use of the front hall washrooms.

3. Tables cannot be moved.

4. Social distancing must be maintained.

5. Please clear your table when leaving.


A Proud History
The building that became the Orange Hall was originally located at the corner of Main St and Temperance St. The upper story was removed when it was moved to Mechanic St. The building was rented from 1928 until 1948 and was the original home of Br 123.

 
The Waterford-Townsend Memorial Hall on St. James St was purchased in 1948 by the Civilian War Services Committee and the Village of Waterford. In 1949, Br 123 accepted responsibility for the building and it became the second home. The final move took place in April of 1974 when the Legion moved into its current location at 223 Nichol St.