Casa d'Italia sustains, promotes and develops Italian-Canadian culture in Montreal.
Establishing our roots
By the middle of the 19th century, Montreal possessed the highest number of Italian immigrants of any city in Canada. Its Italian population was large enough to attract officials from the Kingdom of Sardinia who decided to open a Consulate General in 1861.
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Celebrating and learning together
Throughout the year, the Casa d'Italia organization brings people together for various social and cultural events. Whether lavish fundraisers held offsite or intimate gatherings hosted in one of our many elegant spaces, every Casa event is a memorable success. Join us for the next affair, or participate by attending one of the many continuing education courses we offer.
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Eleganza: Italian Fashion From 1945 To TodayDate: Until September 25th
Location: McCord Museum
690 Sherbrooke Street West
Wall of Memory - Wall of Generations
Location: Hall of Memory, Casa d'Italia
Coppa Casa d'ItaliaDate: October 2, 2016
Location: Salle des Célébrations, Casa d'Italia
CALL-OUT - 3rd Annual Young Italo-Canadian Art ExhibitDate: December 1 to 9 2016
Location: Casa d'Italia
An exceptional venue
The Casa d'Italia building is a stunning example of 20th Century Art Deco architecture. Its many rooms are richly appointed and newly renovated. Consider hosting your next private event in one of our beautifully decorated banquet and celebration halls. Several smaller rooms are available for informal community and social gatherings.
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Hall of Memory
Spacious hall also referred to as the Galleria. An an open space with high ceilings that is ideal for exhibits, cocktail parties and presentations.
Hall of Celebration
The original 1936 Great Hall of the Casa d'Italia. Multi-functional room that has a stage with back door access, a large screen, beautiful stained glass windows and hardwood floors. Used for banquets, concerts, large meetings, conferences and special events.
A shared history
E-Storia is the story of Italian Immigrant families that have settled in Montreal since the late 1800's.
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