Centre Wakefield La Pêche

 Where community comes together

 
CENTRE Wakefield     La Pêche


38 Chemin de la Vallée de Wakefield
Wakefield J0X3G0
Canada
 

Contact

direction@centrewakefieldlapeche.ca

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Proof of Covid-19 Vaccination

When you are attending an activity/event  at the Centre, you ill be asked for your covid vaxxed information. Renters are responsible for checking that their attendees have a valid passport.




 Welcome to

Centre Wakefield La Pêche

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The Library is open,  the schedule and the covid regulations  are post at  bibliowakefieldlibrary.ca

Centre Wakefield La Pêche is a magnificent arts, culture and recreation venue, offering seasonal recreational programming, a bilingual summer camp and a wide variety of artistic presentations including live theatre, music, films and festivals.

The facility includes a 200seat performance space, equipped with removable risers, professional lighting and sound; a licensed bar and commercial kitchen; a library; an outdoor ice rink and skate park and is adjacent to a public play ground and soccer field. (Municipality of La Pêche). Rental space is suitable for private and public functions ranging from small meetings and conferences to weddings, workshops and cooking classes. Recreational programming includes a variety of sports (badminton, basketball, indoor soccer, pickleball and volleyball) on evenings and weekends at the Wakefield Elementary School Gym.

The Centre was designed to accommodate the diverse needs of it’s four founding partners;  Biblio Wakefield Library Theatre Wakefield,  The Way (Wakefield Activities for Youth) and The Wakefield Recreation Association.  Events hosted by these organizations include; Wakefield Doc Fest, Dragon Fest, Canada Day festivities and the TaDa! Festival, as well as book sales, euchre tournaments, skate boarding lessons and trivia nights.

Additional partners include; Cabane à Jeux , Cinema Wakefield, Municipality of La Pche, Peggy Brewin Cooperative Preschool, Wakefield Community Dish Lending Library, Wakefield Elementary School, Wakefield Farmer’s Market and Wakefield Golden Age Club.

Centre Wakefield La Pêche (CWLP) is reopening and we need your help. Would you like to be engaged in the Centre’s activities as a CWLP volunteer?

Volunteer. Engage. Thank You.

Please let us know if you would like to be on the volunteer list for one of the following fun activities:

  • Bar (serve drinks, cash)
  • Riser Crew (setting up the stage, risers, chairs)
  • Front Desk Greeter (Greeter, check vaxxed papers, registration)
  • GSH Techies (learn how to operate the projector, screen, mics, lights)
  • La Peche Media (learn how to do video recordings)

Training will be provided. All volunteers must be double vaxxed.

Email direction@centrewakefieldlapeche.ca



Community Mandala  Artist’s Statement



The Community Mandala at the main entrance to the Centre.

When we envisioned this community art project as part of the 2018 Ta Da! Festival, it was clear that we would need the help of locals, and help they did! When I put out a call for tile donations, more than ten people donated tiles. At Ta Da! more than 30 people came to help form and glue tiles (to be honest, I lost track of the numbers because we were so busy!). After the festival three people came to my studio and worked for several hours to help me complete the mosaic. And we couldn't have finished this project without the tireless help of Bruno Roy who prepared the site, created the concrete bed, and installed the tile work.

 

Symbolically, the many pieces of tile represent all of the people it takes to form this glorious community: each piece contributes its own unique part to the whole, and the mosaic is stronger and more  complete with each. It would not have been possible to complete this mosaic without the help and hands of so many, just as the village becomes more and more of a community with the work of every member.

 Carl Jung saw the Mandala as an archetype representing the wholeness of the Self, or in spiritual terms, the soul. To me this mandala represents the soul of the community. One of the reasons I left Vancouver and moved to Wakefield was that I was in search of community after a very lonely time in a big city. And I have  found community, inspiration, and so much more here in this village in the Gatineau Hills. I couldn’t be happier nor more proud to be a part of beautiful Wakefield Quebec.

 Stephanie Hill

Sept. 2019

CINEMA WAKEFIELD presents

THE BISHOP'S WIFE

Sunday, December 12  -  Gwen Shea hall

XMAS Special: $10

Covid-19 double vaxxed proof is required.

In this classic comedy-drama, a handsome angel descends to earth to help a troubled bishop with his faith & marriage in the days leading up to Christmas. Cary Grant at his most charming!

Purchase your ticket online here



The Snow Angel

Centre Wakefield La Peche, 38 ch de la Vallée de Wakefield

Friday, Dec. 3 from 7:30-8:30pm. The Lounge and Bar at the Centre will be open at 6:30pm.   Castenchel's return to performance will be an intimate evening of some seasonal favourites and will feature The Snow Angel by Canadian composer Sarah Quartel.

tickets for sale at: https://castenchel.ca/


 Details and tickets for the Xmas Market at

https://www.facebook.com/WakefieldChristmasMarket


Indoor Recreational Sports at the Wakefield School Gym.

Volleyball - Mondays

Badminton - Tuesdays

Pickleball - Wednesdays

Basketball - Thursdays

Pickleball - Fridays

Pickleball Training - Saturday and/or Sunday

Pickleball - Sundays

register here

Pickleball: Take a class to learn how to play and then join Wakefield Pickleball group  at

Wakefield Pickleball meetup


Enjoy skateboarding?  Check it out at WakefieldSkateparkSportsPad




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