Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre


The home of the Engine 374 Pavilion, Yaletown's main community gathering space colonizes a handsomely restored heritage railway roundhouse. It offers a full roster of events and courses for locals and visitors, including popular drop-in running classes and Philosopher's Cafe debating events. Check the website calendar to see what's on.

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