Welcome to Cowichan Station
The Cowichan Station Area Association brings neighbours together to enhance and protect the livability, sustainability, and cultural heritage of our area. When the community’s only public building, a 100-year old school, was closed in 2006, we stepped up to restore and run the school as an arts and recreation centre, The HUB.
Explore what’s going on at the HUB and find out how you can get involved!
MOVE YOUR BUSINESS ONLINE with help from the HUB
The Cowichan Station Area Association (CSAA), is thrilled to invite you to The HUB to experience and use our new audio-visual equipment for all of your business, educational and community group needs.
Thanks in part to the generous support the Island Coastal Economic Trust, our state of the art “plug and play” equipment offers live-streaming, video conferencing, Podcasting and recording capability. Once Provincial Health Orders are lifted, we will also offer movie screenings, video gaming and hosting of your events.
The HUB provides safe, easily accessible, and affordable options for business meetings; work shops; performances; fitness, movement, music and art instructors; community and online fundraising activities, as permitted by current Ministry of Health orders.
Contact us today to book your next meeting, workshop, class or virtual event. FMI contact email@example.com, call us at 250-746-1794, or visit us at cowichanhub.ca or on Facebook.
COVID 19 Update
November 10th, 2020.
You can view our re-opening protocol plan HERE.
We will follow the direction of the CVRD, Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA) and British Columbia Centers for Disease Control (BCCDC).
Please follow BCCDC recommended protocol:
- By order of the Ministry of Health, you will be required to wear a face mask while inside the facility. If you don’t have a mask, one can be provided for you.
Please stay home if you are feeling unwell or have recently returned from an affected area or have come into contact with someone who is suspected to have COVID-19
Please ensure social distancing (maintaining 6 feet between each person)
wash your hands often with soap and water
cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing, avoid others who are unwell, and stay home when you are sick.
Refrain from shaking hands or close personal contact or sharing food or beverages
If you need any help or have a question please call 250.746.1794
A great big thank you to everyone that stayed home and helped flatten the curve during the lockdown and to all our essential healthcare workers and retail workers that kept working 🙂
Please consider becoming a member of the CSAA to help support our community activities and the HUB, our community run community centre in the Cowichan Valley. You will also be able to vote at our AGM in September.
Online membership forms and payments;