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 Celebration

    Description: The original 1936 Great Hall of the Casa d'Italia. Multi-functional room that has a sta

    Photos by: Pierre Charbonneau


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    Museum-Rotonda

    Description: Historic room that dates back to 1936, which is fully renovated with terrazzo floors an

    Photos by: Pierre Charbonneau


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    Multimedia Room

    Description: Quaint theatre seats 77 persons in three rows shaped in a semi-circle. An ideal room fo

    Photos by: Pierre Charbonneau


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    Boardroom 200

    Description: Our two large meeting rooms can each accommodate 15 to 20 persons.


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    Classroom SS01

    Description: Our four large classrooms can accommodate 20 to 40 persons each. Photos by Pierre


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    Classroom SS02

    Description: Our four large classrooms can accommodate 20 to 40 persons each.


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    Classroom SS05

    Description: Our four large classrooms can accommodate 20 to 40 persons each.


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    Classroom SS06

    Description: Our four large classrooms can accommodate 20 to 40 persons each.


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    Catering Location

    Description: Room for caterers to prepare dishes.
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    Library

    Description Our library is the historic section of the building. It is semi-circular in shape and accommodates up to 50 pers


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    Boardroom 201

    Description: Our two large meeting rooms can each accommodate 15 to 20 persons.

    Photos by: Pierre Charbonneau


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    Hall of Memory

    Description: Spacious hall also referred to as the Galleria. An an open space with high ceilings tha

    Photos by: Pierre Charbonneau