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Austenville Owls Club
Honoring the Legacy of Our Founders
  • Beautiful Lake Banook backdrop to Wedding Ceremony
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  • Fully Equipped Kitchen Facilities
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  • Fully Equipped Kitchen Facilities
  • Parking on Property and Street
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  • Overlooking Lake Banook with Balconies
  • Great location for Tent Set Up Arrangement
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Address:

34 Oakdale Cres
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
B3A 2L8

  Rental Information:

(902) 401-2810

  Members Number

(902) 463-6457

Web: www.owlsclub.ca
Email: info@owlsclub.ca

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(75 Seating, 130 Standing : from $125 to $300 depending on event)
  • BBQ's available
  • Outside Lawn
  • Normal Cleanup
  • Wheelchair accessibilty
  • Deck, Float, Private Beach
  • Renovated New Full Kitchen
  • Bar Services available
  • Audio-Visual technology available
  • Coffee/Tea available
  • Free Parking available
  • Access to Catering Services
Weddings Business Meetings Private Functions

- To complete the online information "Rental Request" form, select that tab above.
- Click here to view and print the Rental Form including Terms and Conditions.
- For Hall photos select "Gallery" tab above, then select any folder.


THE AUSTENVILLE OWLS CLUB IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT EFFECTIVE JUNE 17TH,2021 WE ARE NOW OPEN TO ACCEPT RENTAL APPLICATIONS. PLANNING A WEDDING, CORPORATE EVENT, PRIVATE FAMILY EVENT OR AN OUTDOOR EVENT ON OUR FULLY LANDSCAPED LAWN NEXT TO LAKE BANOOK THEN CALL 902-401-2810 FOR INFORMATION ON AVAILABLE DATES. ALL RENTALS WILL BE SUBJECT TO THE PROVINCIAL COVID 19 PROTOCOLS AT THE TIME OF THE EVENT. | |

Owls Club News

OWLS CLUB BURSARY PROGRAM 2021
OWLS CLUB BURSARY WINNERS
(Each Bursary winner receives $1,000 to further their education goals.)
 
Michayla Ryan
My academic goals for this upcoming fall are to begin the Child and Youth Studies program, while doing a minor in psychology. The programs I have chosen will assist me in reaching my goals of becoming a child life specialist in the hospital setting. This position helps children cope with the challenges of hospitalization, illnesses, disability, and improve their quality of life under distressing circumstances. When I was two years old, I had to get my left leg amputated as a result of birth deficiencies. After my amputation I was enrolled in the war amps of Canada to help me cope, growing up with limb deficiency. The WarAmps not only taught me how to overcome challenges, but to be there for others who are experiencing similar issues. As I grew older I began I gained leadership skills throughout my community and it really opened my eyes to how much I could positively impact young ones lives just by explaining my story, I started become more heavily involved with portraying the “PlaySafe/DriveSafe” message to kids in my classes by doing safety presentations, participating in local parades, and most recently becoming a junior counsellor. My role as a junior counsellor is to be a role model to younger amputees and teach them at a young age that their limb deficiency does not define them, and the sky's the limit.
 
Allison Clark
   My final year of high school (Prince Andrew High) comes to an end with mixed emotions. Although Covid has caused uncertainty with graduation, I look forward to starting the next chapter of my life at St. F.X. University studying a Bachelor of Science with a major in Chemistry. Eventually I hope to work helping others in the health care field.
  Throughout my years at Prince Andrew I have devoted the time and energy necessary to achieve academic excellence. I have celebrated being on the Principal's List annually while volunteering as a peer tutor, helping my fellow students achieve their academic goals.
  I am also active in my school and community outside of the classroom. I have been a member of the following club and high school sports teams; female hockey, volleyball, field hockey and lacrosse; recently being honoured as Prince Andrew's NSSAF female student athlete. Sports have been a huge part of my life and have provided me with a sense of belonging and community. My sport community gave me strength and resilience to persevere after the death of my father in 2016. Sport participation has helped me develop confidence, communication and time management skills which I have utilized while volunteering with SEDMHA Hockey Tournament, Feeding Others of Dartmouth Advent Backpack Project and mentoring minor hockey as a goalie coach; all while maintaining a part time job.
  If selected for the Austenville Owls Club Bursary, I will continue to apply the same diligence to my undergraduate studies as I have to everything I have committed to in life, making education and service to others my top priority. This bursary will help ease some of the financial burden on my mother and I, and allows me to focus on my education. Thank you for your consideration and if chosen I will represent your organization well during my university years and beyond. 


by: bill topic: Public Posted: 19-Jun-21 Sat
Austenville Owls Club

Owls Club Rentals Now Available

The concept of the creation of the Austenville Owls Club began in March of 1931 with its first official meeting in 1937 in its new Club House on Lake Banook.  Since then the Owls Club has grown and expanded to meet the needs of the members and the public in 2021.

The Club is fully accessible including the installation of  the Fraser Conrad Elevator, fully accessible handicapped access from the parking lot and new accessible washrooms. 

The grounds of the Owls Club are fully landscaped along with a wharf and float to compliment the private beach on site.

   
   
   

We have a newly renovated Lakeview Room including an updated kitchen for the use of those renting the premises along with natural gas BBQ's. The Lakeview Room is ideal for Corporate Meetings and includes a complete A/V system available for use.  The members of the club are very proud of the high quality rental facility now available for public, private and corporate use seven days a week.

Contact the Owls Club at 902-401-2810 or EMAIL: info@owlsclub.ca.



by: tim topic: Public Posted: 17-Jun-21 Thu
RENTAL APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

AUSTENVILLE OWLS CLUB OPEN FOR RENTAL APPLICATIONS

The Austenville Owls Club is pleased to announce that we are now open for rentals for 2021/2022.

If you have a rental booked or wish to book an event please contact the Rental Coordinator at Tel: 902-401-2810 to confirm your date or to select an alternate date. Any financial commitments you have made with the Club for a previously arranged rental should be discussed with the Rental Coordinator. All Rentals are still subject to the directions from the Public Health Agencies and the Provincial Government on the date of the rental.

We appreciate the patience shown by the public in our recent closure due to Covid 19 but the health and safety of all of our citizens during this pandemic is a priority and we take our role seriously in participating in reducing the transmission of this virus.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOUR EVENT LOCATION NEEDS IN 2021/2022 EXPECT OUR AVAILABLE DATES TO BE FILLED IN EARNEST OVER THE NEXT FEW MONTHS GOING INTO 2022.

Thank you for your understanding during these difficult times.



by: tim topic: Public Posted: 17-Jun-21 Thu
Owls Club Bursary Winners 2021

Austenville Owls Club

Bursary Program 2021

 

The Austenville Owls Club is pleased to be able to offer two $1000.00 Bursaries to Dartmouth Students (Students must attend Dartmouth High or Prince Andrew High to qualify) who have met the qualifications of the program and who have been selected by their respective school to be an award winner. 

These Bursaries represent the commitment of the Austenville Owls Club to the youth in our community knowing that one day they will become leaders in their respective fields and give back to the community through volunteer work in an organization of their choice.

Nominations for these Bursaries should be directed to the applicable school for processing along with other candidates.



by: bill topic: Public Posted: 3-Mar-21 Wed
Austenville Owls - Club Great Wedding Location

 

 

The Austenville Owls Club has become one of the most beautiful settings in Dartmouth for your special wedding day.  Located on Lake Banook it provides all the amenities necessary for that very special day from full kitchen services, audio visual capability, fully accessible access and washrooms and fully reconditioned premises that not only compete with alternatives in Dartmouth but it beats all the alternatives!  Come and view our location, speak to our Rental Coordinator and see for yourself why this is where the most important day of your life must begin. 

 

CONTACT WWW.OWLSCLUB.CA FOR RENTAL INFORMATION AND CALENDAR OF AVAILABLE DATES.  BOOKING UP TO TWO YEARS IN ADVANCE. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 902-402-2810



by: tim topic: Public Posted: 10-Jan-21 Sun
Modern Facilities Highlight Club Rentals

The Austenville Owls Club has become one the premier rental facilities in Dartmouth because of the high quality facilities and its unique location on the shores of Lake Banook.  Its grounds make a superb location with a stunning backdrop of the lake for outdoor weddings.  Its redesigned Lakeview Room and adjoining Kitchen Facilities are first class and form a key element in any rental of the premises.  The Owls Club is fully accessible from the parking lot as well as fully accessible washroom facilities.  The Lakeview Room is fully equipped with IT Services for corporate and private events.  For information on rentals and fees go to www.owlsclub.ca or call 902-401-2810.

Great location for large sit down dinners
 

 

Fully accessible services including parking and washroom facilities

 

 

Optional seating layouts for Public, Not For Profit, Family or Corporate Events  

Kitchen Facilities, Natural Gas 



by: tim topic: Public Posted: 24-Oct-18 Wed
HISTORIC PHOTOS OF DARTMOUTH

Many interesting photographs have been taken of the region around Dartmouth.  Our Public News Blog will be featuring some of these photos.  While credits are not available we owe, as a community, a special thanks to those individuals who over many years took the time to capture our history through these wonderful photos.  Hopefully this trend will continue so in one hundred years others will see what we see today. 

Portland Street at Prince Albert Rd

 


Five Corners

 

 Portland Street Bell Bus Lines

Dartmouth Marine Slips

                                                                                                                                                     Ochterloney Street near Prince Albert Road

 

 



by: tim topic: Public Posted: 19-Aug-18 Sun



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