Seaside Hall, headquarters for the Corps, is located in Stony Creek’s Historic District and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1875 by Willoughby Adelbert Wallace as a roller skating rink, it has served as an Odd Fellows Hall and the union hall for the Stony Creek granite workers. The Corps purchased Seaside Hall in 1936, and it has been their place of practice and meetings ever since. It is the building in which many generations of men, both young & old, have been taught, and in turn teach the art of ancient-style fifing and drumming. The hall is also the home of The Totoket Ancient Fife & Drum Corps, an all female corps organized in 1967. These talented women are also avidly dedicated to the art of ancient fifing and drumming.
|What has been accomplished thus far?|
To date the corps has raised the building, installed granite piers, restored
the first floor and made improvements to the second floor meeting space.
The building has been brought up to code including new handicap access. To
complete the project, the final phase will include exterior painting and
|Seaside Hall Restoration Project|
The Corps continues its fundraising efforts. We ask for your tax-deductible financial support in
this historic and important project. The Internal Revenue Service recognizes
Stony Creek Fife and Drum Corps, Inc as an exempt organization as described by
section 501(c) 3. To receive information regarding donating to the Seaside Hall
Restoration Project, please contact the Stony Creek Fife and Drum Corps at
email@example.com. Thank you for your support.