Way’s Mills Community Centre

Address : 2081, chemin Way’s Mills, Barnston-Ouest (Quebec), J0B 1C0

An ideal venue for gatherings, parties, conferences and other events

The Community Centre is a two-storey heritage building located on the banks of the Niger River. The style of the architecture is unique with its walls, ceilings and wood floors.

Lease (French document)

The Community Centre offers the following spaces and services:

On the ground floor

  • A room with a maximum capacity of 50 people* equipped with tables and chairs.
  • A locker room adjacent to two washrooms, one with a changing table.
  • The ground floor opens to an outdoor terrace that gives access to the Niger River.
  • A large kitchen area includes a refrigerator, an electric stove, a microwave and a coffee maker (100 cups). However, you need to bring your kitchen items, crockery, cutlery and serving dishes.
  • The library wall comprises about 500 books.


  • The large room can accommodate from 75 to 100 people*. Tables and chairs are available.
  • At one end of the big Hall, there is access to a stage for shows.

The building and the two floors are accessible to people with reduced mobility. A lift serves the levels.

* The total capacity of the number of people in the building may vary depending on the usage. Ask the Municipal Office.


Free parking for about 25 vehicles is available at the Community Centre, as well as a charging station for electric cars.

Important to know

If you consume alcohol during your rental, please be advised that a license from the Liquor Control Board, Races and Games is required and mandatory.



The rental rates of the Community Centre vary depending on the status of the person or organization making the reservation and the period of the rental.

To rent the Community Centre, please contact the Municipal office by telephone at (819) 838-4334 or email info@barnston-ouest.ca.

To discover nearby…

A heritage site since 2012, the Community Centre is located in the Hamlet of Way’s Mills, where you can discover beautiful ancestral houses, the Hamlet’s old fire station, the Church of the Epiphany, the United Church, and the Rozynski Arts Centre. A site of the Pioneer Trail pays tribute to Daniel Way who gave his name to the Hamlet. You can also visit the Municipal park or go for a walk on the Onès-Cloutier Trail and the Michèle Dutrisac Trail. Everywhere, you will discover magnificent and enchanting views of the Niger River.