local shows 


expert culinary team


intimate venue


local shows 

Join Rosemont history by hosting your next event at The Rosemont Hall. Our packages are just the beginning, they can be tailor made to turn your dreams into a reality.


Discover our intimate and elegant space, romantic garden, delicious and locally sourced cuisine, and our dedicated culinary team.


Come on in and explore the space and all the history behind the walls of Rosemont Hall.


Allow our team to show you around the grounds to find the perfect spot for your event. With three spaces to choose from the possibilities are endless once we start working with you to create a personalized menu and itinerary. We can also assist you with providing unique gifts for your guests to take home with them.

ExpertCulinary Team

When you host your event with us, you can see the passion of our Chefs and our expert culinary team in the dishes they create. The story behind our food originates in the fresh and local ingredients we carefully source. Everything is prepared fresh and in house using our brand new state-of -the art kitchen that’s located within the hall. Head Chef Jason Reiner and the culinary team at The Globe Restaurant will help you create a delicious menu your guests will love.

The Historic
Rosemont Hall

Our newly renovated hall has a beautiful 2,400 square feet to host your event. The Hall has been updated with classic décor and chandeliers to serve as the perfect backdrop. Experience the warmth of our historic country hall for yourself and share in our traditions.

The Outdoor Space

The Patio and Garden space provides the perfect setting for your outdoor gathering. Enjoy the fresh, country air and relax on our garden benches.

hall offerings

Located in the charming and historic hamlet of Rosemont, Ontario our Hall offers a beautiful 2,400 square foot venue to host your dream event. Our dedicated culinary team is passionate about creating the perfect menu from the freshest ingredients. All items on our menu are sustainably sourced from local farmers and vendors for an unforgettable culinary experience

Every space has been elegantly designed and is ready to be finished with your personal touches to truly make your event one of a kind. Our outdoor space features seasonal flora that add a magical flair to all photos.

to the Community

As proud members of the Rosemont community, we are committed to building relationships with our neighbours and local community partners. This strengthens the region and helps to support and sustain local businesses and a vibrant farm to table culture. Everything from the butter we serve with our bread baskets to the ice cream served with our famous homemade pies has been carefully selected from local vendors.

The Rosemont Hall was formerly a historic Orangeman’s Hall.

In 1928, a committee was appointed to determine the cost of repairing the old halls in which the Orangemen met. The building committee members consisted of Bros. E. Brett, F. Cumberland, A. Creary, Wm. Mitchell, and W.J. Little, appointed December 6th, 1929. Several special meetings were held, and it was finally decided to build a new hall in Rosemont.

The new hall was to be 26.5 feet by 68 feet, with a full basement. They tore down their old lodges and used the best of the lumber to build their new hall, which still stands today. During the building of the hall, their lodge meetings were held in the Globe Hotel.

The first October after the hall was built, a fowl supper was held to raise funds to pay off the loan obtained to build the new hall, with a fee of 40 cents for adults and 25 cents for children.

Following the death of the King George in January 1936, no entertainment was allowed in the hall for a period of three months. In 1937, arrangements were made to have hydro installed, and the gasoline lamps were sold. Four years later, plans were made to install central heating with a pipeless furnace. In April of 1949, the shed was sold and a washroom and woodshed were constructed, attached to the east side of the hall.

In 1957, the local Boy Scouts and Cubs were allowed use of the hall for their meetings free.