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Riverside Centre

History

Riverside CenterRiverside Centre opened its doors to the Princeton & District Community in 2007 as a centre for arts, culture, wellness, and recreation. This former school is leased by School District 58 to the Regional District of Okanagan and Similkameen. It is home to a variety of groups who host arts, culture, wellness, and recreation programs to the community.

In January 2009 the Riverside Theatre opened to the community. It has become an active place for the community to gather for movies, plays, dance classes, band concerts, weddings, workshops, meetings and seminars.

Rental Information

Riverside Centre is open to the community to rent as it hosts a variety of rooms that are available for meetings, activities, events and more. The theatre is also available for rent for a variety of events. Please contact Nadine McEwen to discuss your needs, rental costs, or to learn more.

Contact Information

Building Address: 148 Old Hedley Road, Princeton BC
Mailing Address: Box 148, Princeton, BC V0X 1W0

Nadine McEwen:

Lyle Thomas