Roberts Creek Community Association

Since 1934




altRoberts Creek Community Hall ~ 2012 

The Gumboot Nation

green-bootsThe area now known as Roberts Creek is the traditional territory of both the Shishalh and Squamish First Nations. Roberts Creek was traditionally known as “Hwah-sam” meaning, “big fat salmon.”  Settlers arrived in 1889.

Those of us who live in Roberts Creek are proud of the history and sense of community that flourishes here.  We try to look after each other and keep the fires of community burning. We love our artists, actors, gardeners, musicians, academics, loggers, draft dodgers, carpenters, fisherfolks, writers, teachers, small businesses, doctors, veterans, and old timers.

We are proud of our reputation as “The Independent Nation of Roberts Creek.”


Wednesday October 22nd 6:30 pm
2nd Annual Pumpkin Carving Potluck!


Creeker Group Photo
Interestested in having a copy of the Creeker group photo - taken in June 2014 to celebrate the hall's 80th anniversary?? 
Keep a copy or send one to family or friends! You can even buy it online here!


45th Annual RCCA Craft Fair
November 21-23rd, 2014
Largest + longest running craft fair on the Coast!

September 26th update... All the vendor tables for the Craft Fair are SOLD OUT!

If you'd like to volunteer for the craft fair - volunteer shifts are short, fun and will result in happiness and heaps of gratitude!
Amanda ~ 604-989-4969
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