St. Lawrence Hall Plaque Presentation
November 15 @ 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
In honour of the late Councillor Pam McConnell, Heritage Toronto and the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association invite you to the presentation of a plaque commemorating the cultural and architectural significance of St. Lawrence Hall.
Built in 1850, St. Lawrence hall is one of Toronto’s oldest public building. It was designed in the Renaissance Revival style by William Thomas following the Great Fire of 1849 that destroyed a large part of the city’s core.
The third floor grand meeting hall was used for social events and by prominent speakers, performers, and musicians.
The building was restored and made a National Historic Site in 1967.
Speeches start at 5:45 pm; reception to follow.
Heritage Toronto is a charitable agency committed to being the voice of Toronto’s heritage stories. We appreciate your donation.