Wasaga and District Builders and Contractors Association donates to arena and library project


Today, the Wasaga and District Builders and Contractors Association presented a check for $1,000 to the Town of Wasaga Beach.

The donation is for the community’s new two-story arena and library project at 544 River Rd. W

Council members were on hand for the presentation this morning at City Hall and Mayor Nina Bifolchi formally thanked the association for its generosity.

To learn more about the association.

Learn more about the two-pad arena and library project.

Learn more about donation opportunities for the Two Skate Arena and Library Project by visiting our website.

General project information

In January 2019, City Council identified the twin arena and library project as a priority for this term. The Wasaga Stars Arena, built nearly 50 years ago, is nearing the end of its life. The library, which opened in 1994, is too small to meet the needs of our growing community. A review, including a community consultation process, determined 544 River Rd. W. as the best site for a new 117,669 square foot joint-use facility. When the new complex opens in the summer of 2023, it will include two NHL-sized ice rinks, an indoor walking track, a modern library with appropriate program space, and meeting rooms. The city is funding the $59 million investment through reserves, long-term funding and community donations.


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