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Municipal Rental Facilities

Bob Rintoul Hall (Arena Small Hall) - 75 Neelin Street
Capable of hosting small wedding receptions, parties, meetings, and workshops. To book this space please contact Steph Scollan (613) 257-1690 or
sscollan@carletonplace.ca. The Small Hall offers:

  • Banquet Facilities for up to 125 people
  • Air Conditioning
  • Round Tables
  • Fully licensed
  • Wheelchair accessible

CP Arena Upper Hall (Arena Large Hall) - 75 Neelin Street
Host to many events from wedding receptions to fundraisers, the Upper Hall at the
Carleton Place Arena is the ideal place for large groups, offering many amenities which
allow the organizers the freedom to run their event. To book this space please contact
Steph Scollan (613) 257-1690 or sscollan@carletonplace.ca. The reception hall offers:

  • Banquet Facilities for up to 405 people
  • Air Conditioning
  • Round Tables
  • PA System
  • Spacious Kitchen
  • Fully licensed
  • Wheelchair accessible

Town Hall Auditorium- 175 Bridge Street
Located in our historic Town Hall overlooking the Mississippi River, the Town Hall
Auditorium is the ideal venue for concerts, plays and community events. To book this space please contact Jenny Fluhrer (613)257-1690 or jfluhrer@carletonplace.ca. The Auditorium offers:

  • Theatre type venue with a spacious backstage area
  • Capacity of 240
  • Round Tables
  • PA System
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Air Conditioning

Market Square Pavillion
The Market Square Pavilion is equipped with washroom facilities, electricty and water
access, and a beautiful roof to provide shade and protect any event from rain or snow.
It is available for rental through the Recreation and Culture Department.
If you are interested in renting this exciting space; please contact Steph Scollan at
(613) 257-1690 or sscollan@carletonplace.ca.


Carleton Place Canoe Club - 179 John Street
This historic Town-owned facility holds a large hall ideal for any special event. This is
one of the most picturesqe locations as it is situated along the Mississippi River.
To book this space please contact Steph Scollan (613) 257-1690 or
sscollan@carletonplace.ca. This space include the following:

  • Hall provides capacity for 210
  • Large deck overlooking the Mississippi River
  • Large kitchen with bar service area
  • Can be licensed by Special Occasion Permit
  • Air Conditioning
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Carleton Place Library: The Barbara Walsh Room - 101 Beckwith Street
This room is ideal for meetings, conferences and workshops. The room will
accommodate 50 people. The cost of rental is $45.00 per evening or half day.
For further information, please call Meriah Caswell at (613) 257-2702.


Carleton Place & Beckwith Heritage Museum: Lloyd Foss Room - 267 Edmund Street
The room accomodates 50 persons, and a variety of tables sizes are available for usage. Projection equipment is available upon request, at no extra cost. The cost of rental is $45.00 for half day or evening. Full day rental is $80.00. Hours of availability are 9:00a.m. - 9:00p.m. For further information please call Jennifer Irwin at (613)253-7013.


Carambeck Community Centre - 351 Bridge Street
This elementary school sized gymnasium offers many convenient features for a variety
of special events, such as:

  • Full Size Stage
  • Chair Seating for 200
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Air Conditioned Gymnasium

For more information on this space please contact Jessica Hansen (613) 257-1704
jhansen@carletonplace.ca.


Public Parks and Trails Rental

You need a permit to hold an event, a special event or a regular planned activity at any of our municipal parks.  Events and/or activities include but are not limited to community picnics, fundraisers, sporting events, sporting activities, weddings, birthdays and special events.

To book a park:

  1. Complete the park rental application form.
  2. Send the completed application form to sscollan@carletonplace.ca
  3. Once the application has been approved; a permit will be issued.
  4. On the day of the event, bring a copy of the permit with you.

**No individual or business where goods or services are exchanged for a monetary value shall operate in any park unless they have met the following criteria:

  • The individual or business is of a recreational or a cultural nature.
  • The individual or business has obtained a permit from the Recreation and Culture Department.
  • The individual or business has paid the required fee.

The individual or business does not require storage.