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Think Spring: Pavilion Dates, Rental Fees Announced

Here's what you need to know about renting a pavilion in Canonsburg, Cecil and North Strabane.

It's that time of year again: It's time to make reservations for a pavilion for your graduation parties, birthday celebrations and other fetes.

Canonsburg officials said reservations for pavilions in Town Park began at 8 a.m. tomorrow—Friday, Feb. 1—at the borough building.

Rentals for both the Yoney and Main pavilions are $125, plus a returnable $75 cleanup fee. Please note that separate checks should be submitted to the borough.

For more information, call borough Manager Terry Hazlett at 724-745-1800 x14.

In North Strabane Township, reservations for the pavilion in its state-of-the-art park will be accepted from residents starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 2.

The McDowell pavilion, which has a capacity of 150 – 200 people, costs $175; the Borland, Alexander and Froman's Mill pavilions, which each have a capacity of 40, costs $60; and the Quail Acres pavilion, which has a capacity of 150 - 200 people costs $175.

The McClelland pavilion, which has a capacity of 150 - 200 people and boasts a full stainless steel kitchen, costs $225.

A $100 deposit is required for all reservations. Those who wish to serve alcohol at their event must pay an additional $100 for a permit to do so.

For more information, contact Parks and Recreation Director Greg Sulc at 724-745-8880.

In Cecil Township residents will have to wait a little longer, though.

The township will begin taking reservations for its pavilions on March 1—for residents only.

Reservations for non-residents will begin on March 8.

The cost to reserve Pavilion 1 is $75 for residents and $85 for non-residents, while the cost to reserve Pavilion 2 is $50 for residents and $55 for non-residents. Pavilion 3 costs $125 for residents and $140 for non-residents. The Hendersonville pavilion costs $50 for residents and $55 for non-n-residents.

For more information, call the township building at 724-745-2227.

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