Castlegar’s Millennium Park’s new Pavilion adds to a popular community asset

In addition to the Rotary Club of Castlegar, many other sponsors have come together to make this project a reality.

Picture of the construction of the new Celgar Pavillion at Castlegar's Millennium Park.

Construction is coming along rapidly at the new Celgar Pavillion in Castlegar's Millennium Park. — Picture courtesy Kootenay Business

Castlegar’s Millennium Park’s new Pavilion is nicely taking shape as construction work proceeds at a rapid pace. The new pavilion will add another exciting feature to the beautiful riverside ponds which opened last year

The new Celgar Pavilion will be a combination concession/picnic/storage facility situated adjacent to the current changing facilities.

Picture of the riverside ponds in Castlegar's Millennium Park.

The new pavilion will be a welcome addition to the existing riverside ponds which opened last year at the park. — Picture courtesy Kootenay Business

The Rotary Club of Castlegar is the primary sponsor of the project and they have received generous backing, financial and in-kind, from corporate citizens like Zellstoff Celgar, The City of Castlegar, Columbia Basin Trust, Heritage Credit Union; Kootenay Savings Credit Union, and RDCK Area “J” as well as WSA Engineering and the Castlegar Minor Soccer Association.

The city fathers of Castlegar should be recognized for their transformation of Millennium Park, with its crowd-pleasing pools and now a spacious new multi-purpose pavilion in the works, into such a popular and valuable community asset.

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