This country hall hosts birthday parties, rock gigs and social gatherings. Built in 1956, it stands in memory of the Meeanee residents who served in the world wars.
Meeanee Memorial Hall (2 Gavin Black Street) is situated on the intersection of Meeanee Road, Willowbank Road and Gavin Black Street.
Built in 1956 by volunteers, under the supervision of George Fairey and Reg Watson, the hall was built in memory of the Meeanee residents who served in the first and second world wars. Funds to build the hall were raised from Queen Carnivals, Crown and Anchor games, cake stalls and almost every other fundraising method!
Today the hall is still very popular and is used mostly for weddings, birthday celebrations, sports and leisure classes and other social functions.
While Meeanee Hall is owned by Napier City Council, it is managed by a committee.
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