Centre Wakefield La Pêche

 Where community comes together

CENTRE Wakefield     La Pêche

38 Chemin de la Vallée de Wakefield
Wakefield J0X3G0




Centre Wakefield La Pêche is currently a COVID-19 Vaccination clinic

38 Chemin de la Vallée de Wakefield, Wakefield J0X3G0 Canada

You MUST book an appointment

 Welcome to

Centre Wakefield La Pêche


The Library is open, please check the schedule and regulations at  bibliowakefieldlibrary.ca

Centre Wakefield La Pêche is a magnificent arts, culture and recreation venue, offering seasonal recreational programming, a bilingual summer camp and a wide variety of artistic presentations including live theatre, music, films and festivals.

The facility includes a 200seat performance space, equipped with removable risers, professional lighting and sound; a licensed bar and commercial kitchen; a library; an outdoor ice rink and skate park and is adjacent to a public play ground and soccer field. (Municipality of La Pêche). Rental space is suitable for private and public functions ranging from small meetings and conferences to weddings, workshops and cooking classes. Recreational programming includes a variety of sports (badminton, basketball, indoor soccer, pickleball and volleyball) on evenings and weekends at the Wakefield Elementary School Gym.

The Centre was designed to accommodate the diverse needs of it’s four founding partners;  Biblio Wakefield Library Theatre Wakefield,  The Way (Wakefield Activities for Youth) and The Wakefield Recreation Association.  Events hosted by these organizations include; Wakefield Doc Fest, Dragon Fest, Canada Day festivities and the TaDa! Festival, as well as book sales, euchre tournaments, skate boarding lessons and trivia nights.

Additional partners include; Cabane à Jeux , Cinema Wakefield, Municipality of La Pche, Peggy Brewin Cooperative Preschool, Wakefield Community Dish Lending Library, Wakefield Elementary School, Wakefield Farmer’s Market and Wakefield Golden Age Club.

Centre Wakefield La Pêche is currently a COVID-19 Vaccination clinic

La Pêche Media

La Pêche Media is  a newly formed program initiative in community-based civic journalism at Centre Wakefield, La Pêche, in partnership with the Canadian Association of Community Television Users and Stations (CATCUS) and Heritage Canada. Lisa Utronki and Gillian Kirkland will welcome input and story ideas on issues of concern to residents of the area.

La Pêche Media videos

Recently the housing working committee of the Table de développement social des Collines-de-l'Outaouais (TDSCO) has invited people aged 15 years and over who have a primary residence in the MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais to complete this questionnaire. LJI journalist, Lisa Utronki spoke to Andrew Ryan who has worked on creating this survey on why this survey is so important. Andrew voices the importance of having a housing strategy plan in place within the municipality, especially for when new developments are proposed. Having a housing strategy plan in place will lead to a more favourable outcome in meeting the needs of the community.


The Centre relies on the generosity of our community to continue offering great programs and events, donate today. 


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Centre Wakefield La Pêche, 38 Ch de la Vallée de Wakefield, La Pêche, QC, J0X 3G0, 819 459 2025

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