Dix’s Dance Hall

This unusually constructed building was erected adjacent to the Kalum Lake Hotel by Everett and Ethel Dix and their daughter Vivian. Dix's Dance Hall, unlike all other buildings at the Heritage Park Museum, was built with the logs placed vertically, a style which allowed the use of shorter materials. This type of construction also sidestepped the need for time-consuming corner notches. In the early days, residents of Terrace and Rosswood would use the hall for picnics and Saturday night dances. 

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