Interlakes Community Hall
The Roe Lake and District Recreation Commission was formed in 1977 and incorporated
under the Societies Act that November. Previously, as Roe Lake Community Hall, it had existed
since the 1940's under the direction of the Roe Lake Community Club/Women's Institute; and in
the mid-50's, became the first approved "recreation commission" in the Province.
The community consists of Bridge Lake, Sheridan Lake, Deka Lake, Sulphurous Lake and surrounding area.
Our facilities are in the centre of this large area and are easily accessed via Highway 24, the main route
between 100 Mile House and Kamloops, BC. The program events and activities held at RLDRC fulfill
needs for all community members no matter the gender, age or background a person may have.
Offering this facility to other non profit groups in the community such as; Bridge Lake Community School , the Lions Club
which in turn distributes funds back into the community. Associations like the Canadian Diabetes benefits from the
Interlakes Carpet Bowlers Association donating funds raised at their events. The Interlakes Snowmobile Club and the
Interlakes Volunteer Fire Department find the Interlakes Community Hall to be a very central location for their meetings.
Clubs have used these facilities since it first started, enabling our children a place to learn husbandry
skills, be part of a community that cares about a group facility such as this and helps them grow into
responsible young leaders.
needs are met through events like dances, weddings, family reunions, fairs, rodeo, baseball tournaments and
community Christmas parties drawing people together.
reunions, weddings and funerals are booked several times throughout the year. RLDRC community hall is an ideal
place for meeting the needs of such bookings.
Interlakes Community Hall is again an ideal place for the local Log Cabin Quilters Group to meet as they have
grown too large to meet in local homes.
Cariboo Regional District holds board meetings, electoral meetings, community
planning meetings and public hearings throughout the year. Having the use of the Interlakes Community Hall for
such events as these fills a great need for the Interlakes population. If the CRD could not hold meetings at
this location the population would have to travel to 100 Mile House, a 50 k