Weddings at the Carley Community Hall
Your wedding venue should reflect your personal interests and tastes. If you feel a connection with your rural roots, are a lover of older Central Ontario buildings and architecture, or are searching beyond the anonymity of standard wedding venues, look no further than Carley Hall in the heart of beautiful Oro-Medonte Township.
Built in 1912, Carley Hall is a former schoolhouse that now serves as a community hall for the tiny country hamlet of Carley, Ontario. The hall contains a fully equipped modern and recently refurbished kitchen, an open room with plenty of seating, a small stage, and men’s and women’s washroom facilities. Tables and chairs are included should you wish to use them. The grassy lawn that surrounds the hall is a perfect place to erect a rented wedding tent and to accommodate your guests’ vehicles. Rental rates are very reasonable.
For all rental inquiries please contact Jessica Allen at the township of Oro-Medonte (705) 487-2171 Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm. Further information can be found on the township website.
Please note that Carley Hall is not a licensed facility. Anyone wishing to serve alcohol on the premises must obtain a private liquor license and insurance. Table linens and settings, decorations, tent, food, etc. are the responsibility of the renter and are not provided by the hall.
View the wedding photo gallery and make the Carley Community Hall your wedding venue.
Carley Hall is located at
396 Warminster Sideroad