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The Board of the Parrsboro Band Association regrets to announce that due to the changing circumstances of the pandemic and the climbing case count, all activities at The Hall are cancelled for the month of January. This includes all practice sessions for musical groups and films which had previously been scheduled. This decision will be re-evaluated toward the end of January and further decisions will be made known at a later date.

See Calendar of Events or Other Events at The Hall for all activities coming up at The Hall

Our Annual Newsletter

The Board of Directors at The Hall in Parrsboro would like to extend a grateful Thank You to everyone who supported us during the month of December by purchasing a 50/50. We raised $857. To the staff of the Co op for encouraging everyone to purchase a 50/50 ticket, we thank you and thank you for allowing The Hall to be one of the charities


The Hall was alive for the first time in many months as Lennie Gallant brought his Christmas tour to Parrsboro. And of course he did not disappoint as the capacity audience enjoyed the show to the fullest. He has become a favourite performer at The Hall and this evening showcased his tremendous talent and ability to connect with his audience. A wonderful evening of music and entertainment.

(Photos courtesy of Evange Landry)


The Hall is slowly and carefully resuming activities. Movies have returned, we hosted the Plein Air Festival gala and art show, and now both the choir and the King Street Strummers have started up again, albeit with some restrictions. Choir resumed rehearsals Thursday, October 14th at 7:00 pm and the strummers will started up on Monday, the 18th at 7:00 pm.

However there are some differences.

Proof of full, 2 dose immunization will be required and checked before anyone will be permitted to participate. Rehearsals will be held in the main auditorium only. On entry to the facility individuals must be masked and remain masked until seated in their selected location. Chairs will be spaced 2m apart and rows will be staggered in order to ensure no one sits directly behind another. On completion of the rehearsal, individuals will be responsible for wiping down the chair/stand they have been using and returning chairs to the stacks/racks from whence they came and stands back to the practice room. Wipes and hand santizer will be provided. In addition, rehearsal activities will be broken up into 30 minute sessions, at which point a recess will be called, the space vacated, and two fans will be run for 10 minutes in order to recirculate/refresh the air, reducing the possibility of vapour droplets building up in the space. This procedure will be repeated as necessary until the conclusion of the rehearsal time.

Needless to say, in spite of the restrictions, we are all excited to be able to resume some form of group rehearsals and look forward to seeing everyone again.

For those interested, new members are always welcome to come out, try us out and join the fun.

It is time again to renew your membership in The Hall and continue to be part of the exciting revival of this iconic structure. Long in use for the needs of the community, The Hall continues to progress forward and all are looking forward to the restoration of all the practices, performances, films, art shows and other activities. So be a part of it all. Go to our membership page and fill in your membership form for this year. And we will see you all as soon as it is permitted to safely to so.