Welcome to the Crysler Community Centre
The Crysler Community Centre
We are located in the beautiful community of Crysler, Ontario in the Township of North Stormont, in the county of SD&G.
The Crysler community centre welcomes its local residences and neighbours for various activities such as community suppers, weekely bingos and summer camp and winter programs.
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Hello to all Crysler community members. It has been an unprecedented year since the beginning of COVID-19, with all of the restrictions and new way of living, we have had to adapt. As restrictions are slowly being lifted, and progressing towards a healthier living, we as a Community have decided it was time to RESTART in a positive way! And what better way to kick start this year’s many events, beginning with the FunDay car show and swap meet – featuring vintage volkswagons scheduled for Saturday, August 28, 2021.
This Grand Event will take place none other than at the Crysler Park location situated at 16 Third Street. The day promises to be filled with fun, laughter, music, food and great conversations. The outdoor activities will be enticing for both children, families and adults. We have a wonderful range of activities and attractions for this fun filled day!
At a glance, the day will entail many vendors for those who love their crafts, there will be Entertainment/music under the Gazebo with performances by Michael Trenholme as well by Eastbound of Bytown for most of the day, as well various activities for children and families such as inflatable structures for the young at heart, a Presentation of Meet the Keepers Reptile Show, popcorn and snow cones! All of these activities to take place in the midst of the Main Event which is the Car Show!!
For those with a hearty appetite, a BBQ with hot dogs, hamburgers and green bacon, refreshments will be on site for the majority of the day, as well as a Bar. Towards the end of the day a 50/50 draw will be held, so please make sure to get your tickets in advance, and all proceeds will be going towards the Car Association.
The event will commence at 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. We are therefore inviting every member of the community, newcomers as well as friends and relatives, so please feel free to get the word around, to what will be a Super fun filled event. Please join us in great numbers for this opening event for the Community.
There is no admission fee to come and enjoy yourselves for the day! There will be an area dedicated for those who wish to donate / contribute towards the expenses of the day’s festivities, and for which many more to follow for the 2021-2022 period. Parking is available all around the grounds at no cost as well.
For all other information, please note the attached timeline and coordinates for any questions related to this Spectacular Event.
Message dated July 14th 2021
Dear municipal partners,
We received quite a few questions about the capacity limits for various types of events/gatherings.
Generally, the gathering limits are as follows (please note that people still need to be able to maintain physical distancing from individuals that aren’t from their household, which may reduce the maximum capacity):
- Indoors = maximum 25 people for an organized public event, a social gathering, or a social gathering associated with a religious service.
- Outdoors = maximum 100 people for an organized public event, a social gathering, or a social gathering associated with a religious service.
Please note that an organized public event that is held at a business or place to which a capacity limit set out in Schedule 1 or 2 of O.Reg. 364/20 applies, if the event is held in accordance with that capacity limit and the requirements set out in that specific section.
Also, please note that a social gathering, including those associated with a religious service, can have the greater capacity associated with a meeting or event space, including a conference centre or convention centre, if the business is operating in compliance with section 4 of Schedule 1.
What does this all mean? It means that if an organized public event or social gathering is held in a meeting or event space that is staffed than the capacity limits in the meeting and event space section of O.Reg 364/20 will apply. The staffing of the location is required in order to ensure that the requirements of that section are met. Also, please note that the capacity limit is reduced if dancing is part of the indoor event or social gathering.
Here’s the summary of the capacity limits if the event is held in a staffed meeting or event location:
- Indoors if dancing isn’t allowed: limited to the number of members of the public that can maintain a physical distance of at least two metres, up to a maximum of 50% of the capacity in relation to the fire code, or a maximum of 1000 persons (in the entire establishment), whichever is less.
- Indoors if dancing is allowed: limited to the number that can maintain a physical distance of at least two metres from every other person in the establishment and in any event may not exceed 25 per cent capacity, or 250 persons, whichever is less.
- Outdoors whether or not dancing is allowed: the total number of members of the public permitted to be at the establishment at any one time may not exceed 75 per cent capacity, as determined in accordance with subsection 3 (2) of Schedule 1, or 5,000 persons, whichever is less.
Here are the requirements and capacity limits for meeting or event spaces:
- The maximum capacity for the entire facility must be limited to the number of members of the public that can maintain a physical distance of at least two metres, up to a maximum of 50% of the capacity in relation to the fire code, or a maximum of 1000 persons, whichever is less.
- The maximum capacity per room must be limited to the number of members of the public that can maintain a physical distance of at least two metres, up to a maximum of 50% of the room capacity in relation to the fire code.
- The total number of members of the public permitted to be in an outdoor portion of the rentable meeting or event space at any one time may not exceed 75 per cent capacity, as determined in accordance with subsection 3 (2) of this Schedule, or 5,000 persons, whichever is less.
- Capacity limits must be posted in a conspicuous location visible to the public.
- Rooms must be separated by a partition with a hard, non-porous surface that can be easily and routinely cleaned and disinfected (if a partition is used to separate rooms).
- The rented space must be configured so that patrons seated at different tables are separated by a distance of 2 metres, or a plexiglass or some other impermeable barrier.
- Individuals must maintain physical distancing (2 metres) from those outside of their household.
- Masking is required indoors (the typical exemptions apply).
- The person responsible for the business or place must actively screen individuals before they enter the indoor premises of the business or place.
- Record the name and contact information of every member of the public who enters the facility and keep the log for a minimum of 1 month.
The following capacity limits will apply if dancing is part of the event:
- In the case of an indoor establishment, the total number of members of the public permitted to be in the establishment at any one time must be limited to the number that can maintain a physical distance of at least two metres from every other person in the establishment and in any event may not exceed 25 per cent capacity, as determined by taking 25 per cent of the maximum occupant load of the business or facility, or part of a business or facility, as applicable, as calculated in accordance with Ontario Regulation 213/07 (Fire Code), made under the Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997, or 250 persons, whichever is less.
- In the case of an outdoor establishment, the total number of members of the public permitted to be at the establishment at any one time may not exceed 75 per cent capacity, as determined in accordance with subsection 3 (2) of Schedule 1, or 5,000 persons, whichever is less.
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Program Manager, Tobacco and Chronic Disease Prevention
Gestionnaire de programme, tabagisme et prévention des maladies chroniques
John Crysler Park Update for Saturday May 16.
Gazebo, outdoor gym, kids playpark area REMAIN CLOSED.
Families ( living under the same roof ) can go and play in the soccer field or baseball diamond. No team or multiple families are permitted to play a game or any sports in the park. Please respect all distancing and do not share a ball or other equipment with other individuals.
Access the Crysler Recreation Registration directly by clicking the button below or through the iframe underneath.
The Community Centre Committee is pleased to present their new partner for a fundraiser for the children’s park. Prime Plus Meat will give 7% for each sale on their site for the children’s park.
Fundraising with Prime Plus Meats
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Every Wednesdays starting at 7:00pm Doors open at 6:00pm
- Must be 18 years old to participate.
- Minimum card purchase of $12.00 required to participate. PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT CRYSLER BINGO.