Service: Recreation and Culture - Administration
|Record #: NIA0079||Last Modified: 22 Jan 2018||Last Full Update: 15 May 2017|
|Office Phone||905-356-7521 ext 3330|
|Primary Contact||Dolores Sacco, Executive Secretary; Phone: 905-356-7521 ext 3342 * 905-356-7521 ext 3330; Email: email@example.com|
|Alternate Contact||Kathy Moldenhauer, Director of Recreation & Culture; Phone: 905-356-7521 ext 3348; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Areas Served||Niagara Falls|
|Located In Community||Niagara Falls|
|Address & Map||
MacBain Community Centre
7150 Montrose Rd, Unit 1
Niagara Falls, ON L2H 3N3
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|Intersection||Montrose Rd and McLeod Rd|
|Service and Access Details|
|Description (Service)||Ensures the availability of culture, recreation, and green space programs, services and facilities in an environment that encourages maximum community involvement. Recreation and Culture operates and maintains all municipal pools, arenas, community centres and skatepark. The mycity Guide is published two times per year, providing an extensive listing of community programs, activities, events, etc.
* leadership training and guidance to community recreation and culture organizations * limited grants are available to non-profit recreation and culture organizations * access to recreation resource materials * arranges community use of facilities including meeting space, municipal arenas, parks, athletic fields and outdoor space.
The Millennium Clock (located at the intersection of Dorchester and Morrison Sts) and the MacBain Community Centre entrance sign has a digital board that community groups can use to advertise special events or promotions. Contact the office for an application form.
The MacBain Community Centre building houses seven organizations including: Niagara Falls Public Library, Community Centre Branch; YMCA of Niagara; Coronation 50 Plus Satellite Fitness Program; Niagara Falls Big Brothers Big Sisters; Recreation & Culture office - City of Niagara Falls; the United Way of Niagara Falls and the Ontario Early Years program.
This 100,000 square foot facility offers a two pool aquatic centre with a slide, three-sectioned gymnasium, multipurpose rooms, indoor track, library, racquet courts, studio, five locker rooms, physical accessibility features, cafe, clinics, park with splash pad, skatepark and more.
Available (during regular operating hours) as a warming centre when temperatures are exceptionally cold.
|Hours||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm|
|Application||No application required|
|Fees||Program ; Service - ice rentals ; Fee assistance available for Activity Subsidy Fund for physically, mentally and socially disadvantaged * Leadership Training, National Competition.|
|Physical Access||Fully Accessible|
|Legal Status||(10) Local Government|
|Service Categories||Extreme Cold Warming Centres ; Ice Skating ; Leadership Development ; Meeting Space ; Neighbourhood Multipurpose Centres ; Public Parks ; Recreation Centres ; Swimming/Swimming Lessons|
|Resources||Mycity Guide, Trail Guide|