Heffley Creek residents, and the Heffley Creek Community Recreation Association (HCCRA) are very pleased that its legal battles are now over, and the Heffley Hall is back in the hands of the HCCRA. The community wants the hall to be used, and looks forward to continuing community events as well as booking the venue for weddings and other functions.
The hall is a community gathering place, and recently celebrated a vintage car show and shine as well as its first annual pig roast.
“The (pig roast) went very well,” said vice-president of the HCCRA Ron Ingalls. “One hundred and sixty five people attended, and we were very happy with the turnout.” Ingalls also commented that the community was so enthusiastic about this event, that they are eager to host another one in the fall. More information on that is upcoming.
In the meantime, the HCCRA will host its final coffee house of the summer on Fri., June 17. Admission is $4, and Sun Peaks’ own folk/rock band RIPE will be playing. The doors will be open at 6:30 p.m., and music begins at 7 p.m. More coffee houses are expected to be scheduled for the fall.
Keep posted on news and events at the Heffley Creek Hall at heffleycreekhall.webs.com