Cedar School and Community Enhancement Society is a non-profit society with a mandate to establish community programs inclusive of the whole community, and to be a focal point for education, health, social, cultural and recreational services. The Society is also involved with the management and operation of the Cedar Heritage Centre.
To learn more about Cedar Heritage Centre and rentals, please click here.
The South Wellington and Area Community Association is a non-profit, volunteer community association committed to supporting the rural values, quality of life, and sense of community in harmony with a clean, safe, healthy, and sustainable natural environment.
Explore this link to find out contact information for each of the schools located in Electoral Area A.
The Cedar Community Hall was built by the local Farmers’ Institute for the general benefit of the community in 1918 and is now managed by a hands-on board of volunteers that oversee its operations, maintenance, and repairs/renovations. The Hall is a place for community dinners, concerts, dances, weddings and memorials. It is also used by groups like the Cedar Lions’ Club, Guides, Scouts, and the Yellow Point Drama Group as well as activities such as art and music lessons, Tia Chi, and other recreational activities.
The Cranberry Fire Hall has a long history in the South Wellington community and hosts a beautiful Community hall that is available to be rented.
Cedar Heritage Bridge Club
Come join us to play Duplicate Bridge on Tuesdays at 1 pm. Drop in solo or with a partner, located at the Cedar Heritage Centre. For more information, contact: cedar.heritage.bridge [at] hotmail.com
Discover recreation and culture programs offered through the City of Nanaimo
Ladysmith Parks, Recreation & Culture is bursting with recreational activities and fun-filled events for all ages! The Department is committed to enhancing the health & quality of life of the community through accessible programs, services, facilities, and open spaces.