Our Lounge and Spitfire room have seating for 125 patrons with a piano bar and television with connection for a computer so videos, talks, interactive events can be streamed. We have upgraded our wifi network to cover the building with an excellent signal. There is a jukebox in the Spitfire Room and your CDs may be played using our in house sound system; please ask the bartender to load and play your CDs.
The Billy is also home to the Kits Point Military Museum Society, one of only two legions in Canada that is officially recognized as a military museum. Original paintings, prints, memorabilia and over 400 plaques of military badges surround you. Originally handwritten by a past president and military historian, Ron Crawley, the Badge Books contain the heraldic significance, name of donor and why with a brief history of the ship/unit/squadron for each badge. Wooden airplane propellers are mounted above the bar and piano bar and models of the two types of planes that Bishop flew are to the right of the fireplace along with other Bishop memorabilia.
The Meraloma Room has a fascinating display with archival photos of the original building when our premises were the clubhouse of what later became the Meraloma Athletic Club, now located at Connaught Park on West 10th at Balsam. There are two dart boards and a computer terminal for member use.
The Billy has a non-commercial kitchen that is available to groups for a fee; you are expected to comply with food safe standards and leave it clean. Users are legally responsible for ensuring the safety of food they prepare in and/or serve from our kitchen.