Fly Fishing Club meets at Grace Lutheran Church (Basement),
(meetings are held every other Thursday)
(from October to April)
(Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm)
Address: 14 Bonnechere St. W., Eganville, Ontario
Dieter Stehle, President
Marta Walczak, Branch Manager
Tom Kaddits, 1st Vice
Address: 57 Veteran's Way, Eganville, Ontario K0J 1T0
Phone: (613)-628-2802 Fax: (613)-628-9113
Getting married? Having a party? Hosting a fundraiser? Well we have the hall for you! Smaller event? Check out our clubroom, complete with seating for 150+ a bar, kitchen, pool tables and is fully handicap accessible.
Large wedding or fundraiser? Out Main Hall has a 320 capacity for sitting and standing which is great for a Stag & Doe and 200-250 seated capacity which is ideal for weddings. We have hardwood floors, high ceilings and a great stage for your dj or band.
Hall Rental Prices (Wedding/Stag and Doe/Party)
Preston O'Grady - CHAIRPERSON
Address: 85 Bonnechere St
Address: 334 Gurlitz Road (off Fourth Chute Road, from Douglas) PO Box 543, Eganville, ON K0J 1T0
Zach Plotz- CLUB PRESIDENT
Address: P.O. Box 468, 675 Sno-Drifters Road, Eganville, Ontario K0J 1T0
June, September and October - 10am to 4pm
July and August - 10am to 5pm
Geraldine Kuehl - SECRETARY
Address: Opeongo Park, 4716 Opeongo Road
Phone: (613) 754-2555
Meets every Thursday night at the Eganville and District Senior Needs
Visitors wishing a meal at the Eganville Legion should email Debbie Vigus at firstname.lastname@example.org a few days beforehand.
The 2017-2018 President is George Vigus; Assoc.building on Bell Street.
Meal at 5:15pm and meeting at 6:45
Our website is www.eganvillerotary.com and we can also be found on Facebook.
The Training & Learning Centre (Renfrew County Community Upgrading Program) gives adults an opportunity to build their skills to prepare for work, education, training or life.
Address: 232 Bridge Street, Eganville
The Eganville & District Seniors Board of Directors is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of the elderly. Serving the municipalities of Bonnechere Valley, North Algona Wilberforce, the Bromley portion of Admastan Bromley as well as the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan.