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Monthly meetings are held in the Hall on the last Friday of each month at 10:30 am. in the Agricultural Hall. New members are always welcome. Membership for the year is $2.00.

The Mayne Island Agricultural Society (founded in 1962) preserves and operates the historic Agricultural Hall and Museum in Miner’s Bay.

The Society operates the Thrift Shop and stages the amazing Fall Fair every August.

Agricultural Hall

A century old centre of the community fully equipped with stage, kitchen, auditorium, wifi

Capacity: 100 people seated

Call Janelle Lawson at 250 539-3515 or http://janellelawson7@gmail.com for bookings or inquiries.

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Summer Hours – Friday to Monday  10 am to 2 pm (Open by request for fall, winter and spring.)

The Thrift Shop

Open: Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for shopping.

Wednesdays 9:30 am to 11:00 am to receive donations

Donations of sale-able items are appreciated.   If you would not buy it due to its condition please recycle it. All funds generated from our sales are returned to the community as donations to support areas such as Ambulance Training, Christmas Lights, Medical Centre, Santa Ship, students requiring support in further educational activities and much more.

What Is the Mayne Island Agricultural Society? 

The Mayne Island Agricultural Society encourages and promotes the acquisition and exchange of ideas and knowledge among persons interested in agriculture and horticulture.
The Society conducts lectures, fairs, exhibitions, shows and displays and provides the facilities for these.
We raise money, acquire funds and other assistance for our promotion of agriculture on Mayne Island and the maintenance of the Hall and the Museum.

Mayne Island Agricultural Hall, 430 Fernhill Rd. Mayne Island, B.C.  V0N 2J2

Contact: email inquiries: mayneagsociety@gmail.com
For booking and inquiries Janelle Lawson at 250-539-3515 or http://janelllawson7@gmail.com

Our New Look:
The Mayne Independent Artists (MIA) have raised money from  islanders to refurbish the Hall to make it suitable for hanging large format art works and quilts. The Society thanks them for all their efforts and work. Do drop by to view the improvements.2017 Hall update