When a group of local gentlemen were refused permission to play a friendly game of darts in a local Hotel, they formed a Committee and set up the Horowhenua County Club in January 1900. It’s first premises were built at the back of the Levin Hotel.
The Club has since gone through quite a number of name changes including Levin Workingmens Club (1916) and Cosmopolitan Club (1929). In the 1950’s it was given the name we all recognise today; the Levin Cosmopolitan Club. The 1970’s saw a shift in the Cossie Club location to where it sits proudly today bordering Oxford, Ward, Seddon and Rina Street’s serving more than 1700 members.
The Club offers a Members Lounge, Tararua Restaurant, Games Room (Darts & Pool), T.A.B., Gaming Machines, Garden Bar & BBQ area and the Hudson Room which provides facilities for Indoor Bowls, Line Dancing, Housie (Thursday), large shows, weddings, community group meetings and other functions.
With all the Club has to offer there is something for everyone in our community to enjoy.