Welcome

With a seaside location in the heart of Broad Cove, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia,  our vintage hall is an ideal place to gather and share good times. Known for its great acoustics, the downstairs of the hall has warm, wood panelling that speaks of years gone by. Upstairs is a a home-style, well-equipped kitchen,  with a quirky assortment of dishes. Recent renovations (new furnace and heat pump, new windows and insulation, refinished floors) make our hall cozy and comfortable all year round.

Our beautiful outdoor grounds include a fire pit, beach volleyball court, picnic tables, swings and horseshoes. We are just steps away from the very lovely Broad Cove beach.

Contact us here.

Drone shone of Broad Cove beach and breakwater

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August 11, 2022

Come See Our Vision Take Shape

at the

Renovation Reveal, Music and Taco Party

September 11, 2-6 p.m.

See more info on our calendar page.

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June 6, 2022

Stepping Into The Future: Broad Cove Community Association receives $37,000 from NS Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage Awards to Improve Hall 

Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage (CCTH) announced today that Broad Cove Community Association (BCCA) is one of 47 community groups to receive funding to through the Recreational Facility Development Grant program.  The BCCA will receive $37,000 to make their community hall more accessible, functional and sustainable.

The contribution from CCTH will combine with funds already raised by BCCA from Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg and many individual donors. All these funds will go towards the Hall Accessibility Renovation Project described below.

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February 24, 2022

More Great News!

The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency formally announced today that the Broad Cove Community Association (BCCA) is one of 18 South Shore projects to receive funding through the Canada Community Revitalization Fund. The fund is aimed at fueling community and tourism revitalization and creating the conditions for local economies to thrive as they rebound from the effects of COVID-19.

ACOA is an important partner in funding the revitalization and accessibility project at the Broad Cove Hall,  along with contributions from the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg and many individual donors.  The Broad Cove Community Association appreciates having multiple levels of support in reaching our goal of providing a warm and welcoming space for all ages and abilities.

For more information on projects funded, visit https://www.canada.ca/en/atlantic-canada-opportunities/news/2022/02/nova-scotias-south-shore-will-benefit-from-investments-to-help-residents-and-visitors-enjoy-the-region-and-its-shared-spaces-safely.html.

 

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December, 2021

Play a Part in our Exciting Campaign!

 

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MODL Supports Broad Cove Hall in Quest for Accessibility

Press Release November 17, 2021
For Immediate Release

The Broad Cove Community Hall is one step closer to its vision of being “welcoming and accessible to all ages and abilities,” thanks to a recent $10,000 contribution from the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg (MODL) through its Major Recreation Capital Grants Program.

Mary Frier, Chairperson of the Broad Cove Community Association, says “while our vintage hall has always been an important hub for residents of our village and those nearby, it’s not fully accessible for people with physical challenges. We’re working hard to change that and appreciate the support from MODL in moving our plan forward.”

The MODL funding will be put towards a larger project designed by Logan Amos, Architect. Along with new accessible washrooms (with direct access from/to the outdoors), the renovations will also better integrate use of outdoor space with hall events and improve the appeal and function of the hall by taking advantage of its seaside location. Plans are to complete the project in two phases, with the first phase costing approximately $179,000.

“I’m very impressed with the association’s forward-looking plan,” says Mayor Carolyn Bolivar Getson, Municipality of the District of Lunenburg. “We have committed to fostering a culture of accessibility and encouraging the prevention and removal of barriers to participation, and this project is an important step in this commitment.”

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Broad Cove Hall Revitalization: The Journey Continues….

August 14, 2021

The Vision:
Providing a warm and welcoming place for all ages and abilities to enjoy our beautiful seaside location.

The Design (developed by local architect Logan Amos):

The Nuts and Bolts

We plan to achieve our vision by a combination of fundraising events, donations and grant opportunities at the municipal, provincial and federal levels.

How you can help:

  • Give a monetary donation. We are happy to receive any amount you may wish to donate, from $5 to $5000! We can issue tax receipts for any amount over $20.00. You can donate directly with cash or cheque, through an e-mail transfer to treasurer@broadcovehall.ca or through Canada Helps. Choose Broad Cove Renovation Fund under drop-down box on page.)
  • Donate an item for a silent auction – we will be having several over the next year.
  • Host a fundraising event at the hall.
  • Help out or attend one of our events.
  • “Like” us on FB.
  • Sign up for our e-mail list. Contact chairperson@broadcovehall.ca to register.
  • Suggest another way in which you would like to help. 🙂