Clinton Memorial Hall
In 1920, the citizens of Clinton built the Memorial Hall, a tribute to Clinton area residents who did not return from the Great War. The hall, built by volunteers, has a spring floor, made of maple hardwood, one of the few in Canada. It is said that the floor rises up to meet the happy feet of dancing couples.
The Hall boasts a large dance floor, stage, green room, sound and lighting system, catering kitchen and bar facility. The kitchen is equipped with 2 natural gas convection stoves, commercial dishwasher, fridges, and enough dishes and cutlery to cater an event seating 180 guests.
The Memorial Hall is the ideal venue for weddings, fundraisers, dinner and dances, auctions, concerts, plays and can also accommodate small to medium sized conferences. Gallery style seating capacity is 236.