The Lancelin Hall was built and opened in 1964, unfortunately many of the records have been lost over the years, although the red velvet curtains still blow in the sea breeze and the old cabinets still stand strong. During the 50 years of use the Lancelin Hall has seen many an event from Movie Nights, Cabaret Shows, CWA Concerts, Pantomimes, Badminton and Community Fetes. In 1975 The Lancelin Country Women’s Association took over the Management of the Hall and since then many a beautiful array of local arts n crafts, and produce have been sold. Elections have taken place in the old blue walls and still do. Currently our local publication is printed and collated in the Hall. Each Saturday morning during our busy summer months the CWA sell local produce and Locally made products. Our younger generation enjoy their Playgroup session held once a week during school terms.
Festival of Small Halls rolls into Lancelin on Sunday, April 26th with Iona Fyfe (SCO) and Colin Lillie (AUS).
Sausage sizzle, drinks, cakes and coffee will be available.
Tickets available online here or locally at the Lancelin Community Resource Centre
Lancelin Hall stands on lands traditionally owned by the Noongar Yued people