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The Fallis Community Association (FCA) is a registered society under the Society's Act and operates in Parkland County. The hall is located just North of Highway 16 on Range Road 52. The FCA has operated for more than 70 years providing a focal point for the local community and providing a range of programming.
Members of the FCA come from the Village of Silver Sands, the original hamlet of Fallis, Seba Beach, Gainford and the rural area in between. Members even come from Spruce Grove, Stony Plain and Edmonton.
Membership is $10/year for an adult with children under 18 included in an adult membership.
A member is entitled to a discounted rental fee schedule (as long as they have been a member in the current and previous calendar years), admittance to members only events (like the annual Member Appreciation Dinner) and discounts to some events (like the Community Garage Sale).
To purchase your membership, call Donna at 780-860-7436.
The hall is funded through a combination of fundraising events, rental income and grants from Parkland County. In 2018, a substantial renovation was undertaken which included a new roof, improved back entrance, repair to the foundation and removal of a post in the assembly area. There is more work to be done and will be moving forward.
We are now looking at ways to improve the usage of the hall. This will be done by increasing our FCA programming and by working strategically with program providers and other community groups.
If you would like to discuss how you could potentially use the hall,
please call Kim at 587-415-8177.
The FCA has not just been about community social events – there have been events focused on improving the community such as sessions on well water management and weed control. Building on that history and to better meet its objectives as a society, the FCA recently created the Community Engagement Committee.
The Committee in its charter has been tasked with providing leadership, education and networking in the community. Running the hall takes a lot of time and energy of the Board and this Committee will allow the FCA to become more engaged in issues involving the community without diverting attention from current hall activities.
We look to develop more events to help community members understand change, its impact and how it can be better managed.