The Assembly Hall is a vibrant City of Toronto community cultural centre located on the scenic Lakeshore Grounds in South Etobicoke. This beautifully restored century-old building was renovated to blend modern updates while preserving historic charm. Reopening in June 2001, the Hall is dedicated to nurturing and celebrating community and creativity.
Every year, amazing not-for-profit clients use the Assembly Hall for a variety of arts-focused accessibly events that inspire participation and foster community and culture. We are looking to increase these opportunities through partnership. Apply for your organization to become a partner and receive benefits and in-kind support for your event.
The Assembly Hall is committed to encouraging and facilitating community and creativity. To support this goal, we've created a distinctive program just for Toronto based not-for-profits engaging in cultural, arts and heritage activities. Apply to find out how your organization can receive rental discounts and priority booking for cultural events.
This beautifully restored century-old building is the ideal venue for your special event.
Concerts, theatre performances, dance presentations, lectures, workshops and community events take place year round.
We develop a variety of arts and community inspired programs, often in partnership with other local organizations.
We're home to several art exhibitions each year. If you're interested in exhibiting at our gallery, send us a completed application.
Volunteers play an important role in helping make us a centre of community activity in the Lakeshore.
A Lakeshore landmark since 1898, Assembly Hall was originally part of the Mimico Lunatic Asylum.