The Ocosta Recreation Hall is located in the beautiful outskirts of Aberdeen, Washington very near our Washington beaches. Our facility holds up to 450 people with plenty of parking. Included are newly renovated bathrooms, a full kitchen, a stage with sound system, a free-standing bar and an outside playground and ballfield.
Mission: To maintain
and continue the facilities of the old Ocosta School site for community
functions and activities for the betterment of youth and citizens of the Ocosta School District.
Legal Description: Blocks 78 and 79
first edition to Ocosta as per plat record in Volume 2 of Plats on page
121, records of Grays Harbor County; together with all vacated streets
adjacent thereto, situated in the County of Grays Harbor, state of
Washington. 45 Ocosta Sixth Street, Aberdeen, WA 98520
Election of Officials and Members: The elections of officers take place on each January. A president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and (three) trustees are elected. There will be a one-year, two-year, three-year trustee member with only one new trustee member every election with the one-year member falling out. Members are to include anyone living within the Ocosta School District.
Funds Received: All moneys derived from activities are put into the maintenance of fields, playground and hall located at the above location.
We meet the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Ocosta Recreation Hall. The public is welcome to attend.