Shelter Cove Community Clubhouse
Constructed in 1999, the clubhouse has approx. 1,300 square foot indoor meeting space (Abalone Hall) with kitchen, restrooms, 700 square foot exterior deck with ocean view, and approx. 2,000 square foot basement with space dedicated to community library, children’s play area, restrooms, community pantry, and District office space.
Available for special events
The Shelter Cove Community Clubhouse is available for your special event, fundraiser, or family gathering. Reservations are taken up to one year in advance by contacting the District office 707-986-7447 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Special requests from individuals and groups to host free community/education non-fundraising events can apply for a fee waiver. All alcohol use must be approved by the General Manager or Board of Directors. State ABC license required for onsite sale of alcohol.
Click below to see the current reservation calendar and what days are available for your event.
The clubhouse is also a dedicated community emergency evacuation center.
Shelter Cove LIbrary
Hosted by dedicated community librarians and offering a large assortment of fiction, non-fiction, local, and children’s books for your reading pleasure. All are welcome (residents & visitors) to peruse the selection and check out a book because people who can read should.
There is always no charge to check out books at the Shelter Cove Library. Look for the open flag flying outside the clubhouse to let you know a librarian is on duty. If the Library is closed, you can still borrow a book from the outside bookshelf!
The Library also hosts other educational and book reading/discussion events throughout the year. Special Shelter Cove Library events are posted on the Community Calendar.
Shelter Cove Community Pantry
All are welcome at the Shelter Cove Community Pantry located in the basement of the clubhouse and staffed by local volunteers. Assorted dry, canned, fresh produce and household items are available to all.
Below is the new Sports Courts design