Alexandra Dance Hall


Effective March 17, Albertans are prohibited from attending community centres.  This means that the Alexandra Centre Society will not be able to provide our community spaces to the public.


All rentals and space usage in our facility has been temporarily suspended.


Should anything change because of the COVID-19 situation, we will ensure our website and membership are updated.


If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact our office via e-mail at or .  Any voice messages left on our answering machine at 403-269-5588 will be returned as soon as possible.


Thank you for your understanding in making adjustments through this difficult time.  We appreciate you being a part of our community and hope you are all staying safe and healthy.


The Alexandra Dance Hall is located in an auxiliary building attached to the original sandstone building.  We are minutes away from the downtown core, so we can offer a convenient central location.

The Alexandra Dance Hall offers a great venue for receptions, parties, meetings, company picnics, conferences, public events, seminars, performances, art shows, and celebrations for your business, family, or friends.

The Alexandra Dance Hall is handicap accessible. The hall is sound engineered. The Dance Hall has a stage, WiFi internet, a kitchen area equipped with fridge, freezer, oven, microwave, dishwasher, and serving window.  There is access to the Jack Long Park beside the building.  We have high ceilings and new large windows to add to the charm and ambiance of the hall, all watched over by our resident historic bison from the original Calgary Brewery!  Our Dance Hall has been recently painted!

We can accommodate approximately 150 people seated around tables and chairs, or 230 people seated theatre style, or 550 people with standing room only.  The use of our tables and chairs are included with your rental.

To check availability or book a viewing please contact our office today!

Derek Selinger's Promo Video


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