Mary Winspear Cultural and Conference Centre in Charming Sidney BC

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The Mary Winspear Cultural and Conference Centre is in the peninsula community of Sidney BC in Southern Vancouver Island. It hosts trade shows, conferences and events in its multi-purpose rooms and the large Bodine Family banquet hall. The adjoining courtyard along with the banquet hall make an ideal location for dances, special dinners, weddings and more. The Centre has a sustainability program to help you make your event as green as possible.

Mary Winspear Cultural and Conference Centre

The 30,000 square foot facility with its banquet hall and theatre has modern facilities and professional catering to host a variety of business functions, events and conferences. Along with state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems there is a 12′ x 12′ drop screen for your impactful presentations.

The 8,100 square foot Bodine Family banquet hall with 18 foot vaulted ceilings and fresh sea air is ideal for receptions, weddings, concerts or other events. The 5,000 outdoor patio can accommodate events in the scenic by the sea surroundings. The centre can host over 900 attendees at a time.

Charlie White Theatre

The first-class Charlie White Theatre with its 310 seating capacity and private reception lobby is an ideal community performance theatre. There is  a large stage area supported by professional lighting and sound technical staff. The weekly fare includes dance, musicals and live theatre. For ticketed functions there is a box office service.

Contact Info – Mary Winspear Centre

2243 Beacon Avenue
Sidney, BC V8L 1W9
Tel: (250) 656-0275

Conveiently Located – Mary Winspear Centre

  • Charming seaside town of Sidney
  • A short drive from the Victoria International Airport
  • Close to the BC Ferry Terminal in Schwartz Bay
  • Near the Sidney – Anacortes (Washington State) Ferry Terminal
  • A 10 minute drive to the world famous Butchart Gardens
  • Adjacent to several hotels
  • Near to restaurants, shops and sidewalk cafes
  • Short drive to downtown Victoria

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