Saturday, August 24, 2024
& Sunday, August 25, 2024

Lac La Hache Community Club


One of the oldest organizations of its kind in British Columbia, the Lac La Hache Community Club was founded on February 27, 1936. It has a long and impressive record of achievements and dedication to the community, and has strongly supported various social and sporting events in Lac La Hache, making it one of the most family oriented communities anywhere.

The Community Club owns and operates the local arena, which is noted for its outstanding quality of hockey ice. The arena building was actually the former Williams Lake Arena. It was disassembled, moved to its new home in Lac La Hache, and reassembled and upgraded in the late 1980s. A monumental undertaking but a very worthwhile one!

The LLHCC runs the LLH Thrift Store comprised of three unique buildings. The buildings are the LLH schoolhouse built in 1937, the old Pottery Club building and the old Lac La Hache Library. There are several volunteers that keep the LLH Thrift Store running from April until mid October.

The Club organizes a variety of community activities, including one of the longest-running weekly Bingo games around, and many other special events.

In 2010, this strong, experienced, and enthusiastic volunteer organization added a new and exciting event to their community – The South Cariboo Garlic Festival is now part of the vibrant Lac La Hache scene.

The Community Club owns the land on which the Garlic Festival is now held each year. At 16 acres in size, it is ready to grow into the future! The site is also available for rentals by the public. It's a perfect place for weddings, reunions and even ball tournaments. If you are interested in renting the grounds use our contact form or send your request to

For any other additional information and a list of current events go to the Lac La Hache Community Club website.