Community Hubs

Neighbourhood facilities that are designed to be welcoming and inclusive gathering places as well as centralized access points for a wide range of health, social, cultural and recreational organizations and programs, particularly in high needs or isolated communities. Each is unique according the priorities of its community, which is often involved in their design and development. Hub partners may include larger service organizations like the Red Cross that have satellite programs at the site as well as local agencies and community economic development projects, all of whom benefit from shared resources and administrative costs.

 

Services

A municipal community centre that offers facility rental for meetings and events. Located across the street from the New Beasley Community Centre.

A multi-use community centre houses a number of creative projects, and provides both short-term and long-term space for community meetings, workshops, events, and artistic/commercial purposes. 

A multi-use community centre houses a number of creative projects, and provides both short-term and long-term space for community meetings, workshops, events, and artistic/commercial purposes. 

Public community centre for the Church and Wellesley neighbourhood of Toronto.

Public community centre offering a variety of services and programs.  Please contact or visit website for details. 

Community space located in downtown Dundas.

Non-profit community centre run by the city of Hamilton.

A municipal community centre operated in partnership with Wesley, Hamilton Wentworth District School Board, and the City of Hamilton. Recreational programming is offered for all age groups.

Email: beasley.centre@wesley.ca

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