Caledonia Community Centre

Caledonia Community Centre

6900 County Road 22

St-Bernardin, ON  K0B 1N0



The community centre is managed by The Nation Municipality.  


Available services at the community centre

  • Main hall with a capacity of 452 people
  • Small reception hall for 75 people
  • Bar service
  • Coat room
  • Fully equipped kitchen - 2 stoves, fridge, large countertops
  • Round tables with beautiful upholstered chairs
  • Rental of fountain, tablecloths and wine glasses 
  • Sound system, lectern and stage
  • Screen and projector
  • Separate room for lunch buffet available at no extra cost
  • Free WIFI
  • Free online service for floor plans and seating arrangements through AllSeated
  • Free parking


Jean-Paul Charlebois Park

  • Skating rink with heated shelter and washrooms
  • Sheltered picnic area
  • Children play structures
  • Tennis court
  • Baseball field

Information and reservations

Aimée Roy, Reservation Coordinator: 613-764-5444, poste 228

Sylvain Lalonde, Manager : 613-678-3605


To access the calendar and the online reservation form, visit The Nation Recreation Department.


Culture and Recreation Advisory Committee

In June 2016, to improve recreation services, the municipality abolished local committees for recreation centres and created one municipal committee. Two representatives per ward can sit on the new Culture and Recreation Advisory Committee. The representatives for Ward 1 are Lynne Groulx and Jean-Denis Methot. 



History of Caledonia Community Centre

The Caledonia Community Centre was built in 1977 thanks to the vision and hard work of numerous volunteers, members of the Caledonia Township Council, and financial support from the provincial government.  The community centre will turn 40 in 2017. Celebrations are being planned to mark this milestone.

Celebrating 40 years in 2017

Forty years ago, envisioning a prosperous and healthy future for our community, people joined forces and rolled up their sleeves to build Caledonia Community Centre.  This major feat was accomplished through cooperation, community spirit and the help of volunteers from all generations. Kids, parents and grand-parents cycled to raise funds, men and students spent the summer on the construction site, women organized suppers and activities.


The hall quickly became the pride of the whole community. Caledonia Community Centre is known as the best location to hold wedding parties and anniversaries, after funeral gatherings, winter carnivals, Halloween parties, danses, community events, galas, business meetings, conferences and more.


On Sunday May 21, 2017, hundreds of people gathered to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the hall during a community brunch.  


Building Caledonia Community Centre

Recognize anyone? Click on the photos to enlarge them. These photos and hundreds more are featured in the St-Bernardin Centennial Book. Do you have your copy?