Welcome to Tara Legion Branch 383’s website.  You may notice a few changes when you arrive, so please take your time and have a look around the entire site.  Do not forget to check out the upcoming events on our calendar.  We are also available to book your wedding and event needs.


Thank you to all the volunteers and supporters who continue to support the Tara Legion.

Embrace the Key Principles of Hospitality

The word SERVICE has always represented the Royal Canadian Legion, and by following these 7 key principles which characterize Branch 383 we create a more welcoming and hospitable Legion environment.


S – Smile

E – Enquire

R – Remember

V – Very nice to see you

I – Introduce

C – Connect

E – Entice to join/return

Follow us on Facebook

Check us out and follow us on Facebook for the most up-to-date news and events.  You can now follow us right from our website and check out our current social media feed here too.


Let’s connect on Facebook!  We post a lot about what’s going on, news, events we have participated in, as well as veterans and organizations we’ve assisted.  Save yourself some time and get all our updates in one place.  Feel free to follow us on Facebook and drop us a comment to say hello!


Are you looking to see what events we have scheduled?  Try checking out our Monthly Event Calendar.

Your local Legion

The Tara Legion is well known throughout the community for its charitable and service work and will continue to be an integral member of the town of Tara and the surrounding area.


Although a key component of all of the work we do is to honour and remember not only those who have fallen but also those who are currently serving in Canada’s military, we recognize that our community also plays a crucial role in the growth and in continuing the tradition of Remembrance.

Renew your Membership

Because of your dedication, the Legion can continue to provide support to Veterans and their families, remember the Fallen, and support our communities. You are part of an essential national network and renewing today will keep your membership in good standing for the upcoming year.   For your convenience, you can renew your membership online here. From there, you can set your membership to auto-renew to be billed automatically each year. You can also renew at your local branch or toll free at 855-330-3344. If you have already renewed, we thank you.

I donate because I'm the grandchild of a Veteran

The Poppy Fund comes to everyone’s attention in November, but you can make a donation, any time, locally at your legion branch to support Veterans and Remembrance in your community.  Every donation matters.  You are encourage to donate at the Tara Legion, but if you would prefer, you may support by donating to the National Poppy Fund online.  Please Remember.

Are you a Veteran in need of Assistance?

Your Legion and Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) are here for you.  The VAC Assistance Service can provide you with support, which is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  The service is for Veterans, former RCMP members, their families and caregivers and is provided at no cost.  You also do not need to be a client of VAC to receive services.  Get in touch with the Legion today and we will gladly assist you, and you do not need to be a Legion member to get help either.

Supporting Veterans and our Community

Members of Branch 383 devote time and energy to make a significant contributions in Tara and the surrounding area.  The Branch provides financial and in-kind support to other community-based and service organizations.  The Legion also provides a meeting place and venue for other community-based organizations.  Thank you for your continued support to the Tara Legion.

There is Strength in the Power of Numbers

Be Part of Making a Difference

They served and sacrificed for our freedoms.  Becoming a member of the Legion is the ultimate way to show your gratitude and give your support.  You do not have to be a Veteran to join and make a difference. 


“I would like to thank all Canadians who have taken it upon themselves to lead in remembrance, particularly young Canadians. As Governor General and Commander-in-Chief, my thoughts are with all veterans and active military members—anyone who has worn a uniform in defence of Canada.
Lest we forget."

Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon

Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada