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image of Thamesford Library

Named after the late Harvey Beaty, a prominent local businessman, this room is attached to the newly constructioned Thamesford Library and Resource Centre that is owned in conjunction with the County of Oxford.  It is located at 165 Dundas Street in Thamesford.

The Beaty Room offers public rentals for events such as wedding showers, funeral luncheons, business meetings and seminars.  The hall is state of the art with a commercial kitchen and dishwasher system along with computer accessibility for presentations.  This facility can accommodate up to 90 people.    
 

For any inquires about Community Halls or Hall maintenance, please contact the Recreation Department at 519-285-2236 or send an email to recreation departmentHall capacity details.

If you are interested in displaying your art work in the Beaty Room, please complete the application form and contact any member of the Recreation Department.

Image of Embro Town Hall

This facility is a very unique heritage building in the heart of the village of Embro.  Once a municipal office and home of the local jailhouse, this building has been well maintained to accommodate a local theatre, a branch library and highland dance classes.  There is a smaller meeting room with a kitchenette for meetings and a stage and theatre setting is located on the upper floor.  The Embro Town Hall is located at 135 Huron Street in Embro.

The hall is air conditioned and the local theatre group also offers sound and lighting rentals for groups looking for use of this equipment.

This facility is open for public rentals by contacting our Recreation Department at 519-475-6061 or Send an email to the Rec Department


Image of Harrington Hall


Once the home of the Broadview United Church, this heritage building is maintained by the Township to facilitate a branch of the Oxford County Library system.  This facility is located in the heart of the village of Harrington and is situated next to a scenic pond owned and operated by the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority.   The Harrington Hall is located at 539 Victoria Street, Harrington.

This facility can also be rented out for smaller gatherings and can accommodate up to 90 people in the hall area, located on the upper floor of the building.  

If you are interested in renting the Harrington Hall for your meeting or event, please contact Michelle at 519-301-2623 or send Michelle an email.   Hall capacity details.