Up to 60% off Heritage Hall rentals

Save today when you book any of our six heritage halls for your meeting or event. Give your event a touch of the past. All of our halls have been designated as having historical value.

Clarke Hall

Meadowvale Village Hall

Malton Victory Hall

Streetsville Kinsman Hall

Lorne Park Hall

Erindale Community Hall

*This offer is in effect for new bookings only, from November 1, 2019 – March 31, 2020.

To book your rental, call our Customer Service Centre at 905-615-4100

Each location has its own unique story, here are just a few:

Erindale Hall

officially opened in October 1928. It immediately attracted people from as far away as Toronto for St. Peter’s Annual November Fowl suppers. The Now and Then Club and the Women’s Institute met there, as well as other local groups, including Girl Guides and Boy Scouts. The hall hosted many weddings and showers.  In 1946 Toronto Township Board of Education operated the hall as a classroom beginning in September 1946 through 1947 to teach classes 1 and 2 of Springfield School.

Meadowvale Village Hall

This one room schoolhouse was built in 1872 to replace an earlier one room school located on Barberry Lane. The school ceased to function as a school in the early 1960s and became a community facility, which continues today. This location has been host to community events for over 100 years.

Clarke Memorial Hall

Reverend J.H. Dudgeon, of Port Credit Methodist Church, convinced Mary Louise Clarke of Toronto and Lorne Park to purchase next door to the church to build a hall.  The hall was used for Methodist Sunday School and other church meetings as well as community concerts, court games, gymnastics, banquets, and small gatherings. She and her committee were issued a building permit in 1922. She named the hall in memory of her late husband who had died as a result of pneumonia which set in after he had initially survived the 1915 sinking of the Lusitania luxury liner on the North Atlantic.

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