Lacmalac Soldiers Memorial Hall was built in 1927 in memory of the soldiers lost in the first World War.
In the early days it hosted many bush dances and was always a meeting place for locals and visitors. In more recent years a small hard working committee and locals have worked hard to facilitate many improvements to the hall – a new supper room has been built and also a toilet block, and the floor has been replaced in readiness for many more dancing feet over the years. We will soon have solar panels installed and a new cement path to the front door (should be done in the next few weeks! ) .
Over the past couple of years the hall has been used for cherished community occasions such as wedding receptions, birthday parties, meetings, BBQ’s . Fanny Lumsden entertained there in 2017. It is the aim of the locals to keep upgrading the hall for all users.
Festival of Small Halls rolls into Lacmalac on Sunday, 14 April 2019 with award-winning trio The Once and Australia’s John Flanagan.
Tickets available online here