The re-opening of the renovated Taghum Community Hall was celebrated today by Taghum Hall Society members and friends who joined society president Linda Barber as she cut the red ribbon cutting this Valentine’s Day. Left to right: Electoral Area E director Ramona Faust

Taghum Community Hall celebrates grand re-opening

The re-opening of the renovated Taghum Community Hall was celebrated today by Taghum Hall Society members and friends.

The Taghum Community Hall was full to the brim of people and smiles this afternoon as it was officially re-opened after an extensive renovation.

The occasion was marked with a ribbon cutting, cake and a variety of music and entertainment. Wayne Holmes, the host of Taghum Starry Nights was there with three telescopes on display.

The 1950s hall has a new lease on life after the $300,000 renovation project.

For booking information, contact info@taghumhall.ca.

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