Meyokumin - Sakaw

Looking for something for your child to do during school PD Days?  Workshops will run on from  9:00am - 12:00pm on the following days:

Thursday October 22nd (EPSB)

Thursday October 29th (ECS)

Monday November 30th (EPSB)

Students will learn engineering, robotics and science theory in a safe and friendly environment.   $30 for members and $35 for non-members.

Also check out the 4 & 8 session Tuesday Night Robotics starting November 3rd.


A local garden plot could provide opportunities to grow healthy foods, beautiful flora, meet new people and enjoy our community through the growing season. In 2015 our needs assessment indicated basketball courts and community garden as top choices and we are excited to announce that we have a few people that are willing to be part of phase 2 of the Sakaw project...but we need a few more! Contact to be part of this project because we need 9-12 people to make this happen.


Do you have an unfinished craft or painting project that you would like to work on? Need some motivation, support and craving some socialization? Then join us and get in some valuable crafting time. Bring your own supplies, use one of our tables, and enjoy some social conversation. 


Cost is $3/night. These are a adult only drop evenings no need to preregister.


Monday nights @ 7:00pm starting October 19th 


The Millhurst hall is designed to accommodate smaller groups.  Due to COVID-19 regulations, social distancing and cohort grouping, each rental will be discussed with the rental director to determine if the space is suitable for the occasion. ONLY $35/hour.    

If you live in Sakaw or Meyokumin then you should have a Millhurst membership. You and your family receive a variety of benefits while supporting community development, programming, endeavours and events coordinated by the league.   Due to the recent COVID-19 financial challenges we are offering memberships for FREE when you sign up to receive our monthly newsletters.  Complete on-line form!!  

Under current Chief Medical Officer of Health Orders, Millhurst will;

  • implement practices to minimize the risk of transmission of infection among attendees

  • provide procedures for rapid response if an attendee develops symptoms of illness

  • ensure that attendees maintain high levels of sanitation and personal hygiene 

  • comply, to the extent possible, with the COVID-19 General Relaunch Guidance

  • have limited registrations according to allowable space to maintain 6 feet distance 

  • no walk ins for programs/workshops permitted

  • Masks are mandatory to wear indoors at the Millhurst Community Hall. 

Learn more about memberships