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Hall Rentals

Bower-Kin Community Hall

Ideally located on the South end of Red Deer, our hall is the perfect place for birthdays, celebrations, corporate events, memorials, small weddings, and more!
rules & Regulations


Bookings for Bower-Kin Place are currently $40/hour for a minimum of 3 hours and full-day only bookings accepted for Saturdays ($400). Security deposit required ($200). Rental time listed in agreement should include set-up and clean-up times.

The Skate Shack is also available to rent on its own for $20/hour with a minimum 3 hour booking, or a daily rate of $150.

This rental does not include the kitchen.

The Skate Shack is not available for rental during public skate times in the Winter (4-9 weekdays & 12-8 weekends while rinks are open) 


1. Check the calendar for date availability for your event. 

2. If available, complete the Rental Agreement. Please review the FAQs on the website to see what is available/included with your rental to save you and our booking agent time. You may also review the Rules & Regulations to see what is expected of you prior to requesting a rental.

NOTE: The calendar may show no booking for your date however there may be a Rental Agreement application in progress. All Rental Agreements will be processed according to date received by the bookings person. 

3. Save your completed application to a file on your computer. 

4. Prepare an email message and attach your completed Rental Agreement and send it to 

5. Bookings will reply to you by email including any further instructions. 

6. Your rental of the premises will not be effective and access to the premises will not be granted until the rental amount and the damage deposit have been received. 

7. You may make payment by e-transfer to or cheque to Bower Place Community Association.

rental Agreement

rules & Regulations


  • Where are the Bower Community Gardens located?
    The gardens are located at 460 Barrett Drive in the green space across from the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses and Bower Mall. Google Map
  • How many plots are available?
    12 plots are available.
  • What is the rental season?
    May 1 (or sooner weather if weather permits)-October 15
  • What is the cost for a garden plot for the garden season?
    The cost is $25.00.
  • What is the method of payment?
    Currently, the Bower Place Community Association takes etransfer or cheque. Details will be provided once a plot rental is approved. Etransfers can be sent to
  • Can residents outside of the Bower community rent a plot?
    Yes, if plots are available. Bower residents have priority until April 15. You can email to request to be in a wait list. Preference may be given to past renters. This is subject to change.
  • Will water be available?
    The Bower Place Community Association plans to provide water for garden users. Thank you Enviro Containers and Recycling Solutions of Innisfail for donating the water tank. The City of Red Deer fills the container. The tank will be set up May 1.
  • How can animals be deterred?
    Suggestions for garden plots to deter animals (approved by the City of Red Deer) include: - Planting chives, onions, pungent smelling herbs (mint, hyssop, etc) and flowers that are unappealing to deer around the outside or your beds. Often these plants help to deter other invertebrate pests as well. - Using homemade repellents that include garlic and other organic, garden safe pungents (nothing poisonous or harmful in any way to wildlife or humans) - Put flashy items on sticks and posts in your bed to scare off wildlife - Use wire mesh such as chicken wire around the inside of your garden bed
  • Are there plans to expand the gardens?
    The Board of Directors and the City of Red Deer are communicating about expanding the gardens. There is not a formal plan. If you have any ideas, please email
  • When was the community garden built?
    June 2020
  • Who owns and operates the Community Gardens?
    The City of Red Deer owns the gardens and provided material and labour to build the plots. The Bower Place Community Association operates the gardens and volunteers from the community helped build the plots.
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