The Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame (CLHOF) seeks an energetic, creative, and goal- oriented leader to serve as Executive Director, a 20 hour/week part-time home-based position.
About the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame:
The CLHOF operates the CLHOF Museum in the recently opened state-of-the-art Anvil Centre, located in the City of New Westminster, B.C. The CLHOF works to preserve the cultural and historical heritage of Canadian lacrosse and to recognize the stars, teams and builders of one of Canada’s official national sports. Its holdings include a substantial collection of artifacts, photographs, videos, documents, and items related to the history of lacrosse in Canada.
A special thanks to our Inductees, their family and friends for bringing your warmth, stories and memories to our special evening.
There is no doubt that the members of the Class of 2018 are most worthy to join their peers as Honoured Members of the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
We truly appreciate our generous sponsors, corporate donors, funding agencies and government support of our work.
The Board of Governors would especially like to thank the following for their contributions and support which has been vital to the success of the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
The Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame wishes to recognize and thank the City of New Westminster for partnering with us to make the Anvil Centre home to this important national museum and for its ongoing support.
The Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame gratefully acknowledges the considerable financial support of the Canadian Lacrosse Foundation in support of the design and construction new Hall within the Anvil Centre.