The Millbrook Community Hall was constructed in the seventies and was renovated for the 1982 Indian Summer Games. The Community Hall was made bigger to accommodate the crowd for the fund raising events such as BINGO.
The Millbrook ball field has been in existence for many years. In 1982 Millbrook hosted the Nova Scotia Indian Summer Games and it was then that major renovations were made to the field. New lights were installed to accommodate the evening games as well as bleachers for the fans.
Millbrook Fisheries controls a fleet of eight vessels, 52 commercial licenses province wide and employes over 40 staff members throughout the year. The fisheries have influenced Millbrook community with lasting economic benefits.
The Millbrook Headstart program for the Millbrook Reserve has been in operation since the early eighties. It was in the eighties that the Millbrook Band Council made a decision to locate the Headstart right on the reserve. Before that pre-school children attended the Headstart located at the Nova Scotia Teacher’s College, Truro, N.S.
The Sacred Heart Mission Church was built during 1985-86. It was designed by Mr. Norman Martin, in close collaboration with the Sacred Heart Church Committee. The church was designed using the traditional design of a Native tepee with 15 poles, each representing an area in the native people’s life.