ELMER WILCOX MEMORIAL LECTURE HALL
Our large lecture hall is named after a founding board member and early president of the board, Elmer Wilcox. The Wilcox family is one of the island's oldest founding families. They settled in Deep Cove where they had a shipbuilding business in the early 1800s. This hall is where the Museum's Evening Programmes & many of its Special Events are held. (insert hyperlink to the Schedule page)
Programming takes place throughout July & August on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and on other evenings for special events such as book launches, art workshops, and music concerts (insert hyperlink to EVENTS). The room also hosts a seasonal art exhibit and sometimes special Museum exhibits. (insert hyperlink to the Art Exhibition page)
Facilities: The lecture hall can seat 80 comfortably with central seating and five church pew benches around the perimeter. It has a fully equipped kitchen, washroom facilities, two heat pumps which keep it comfortable year-round, tables (if needed), and audio/visual equipment including a large screen, digital projector, microphones, speakers and laser pointer. Half day rental is $50, full day is $100. Contact the Director, M.J. Edwards, at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a rental.