We are looking for a small hall for a group of 35 people in Markham area in July 10th
Can someone advise please.
This is at least the third time you have asked this. Did you take the advice you received the last times you asked?
Travel related ?
Yes I did contact them but what they had to offer does not meet my requirements.
Therefore I have posted. I am looking for a smaller venue.
Anu1985 - here's the reality ... you have posted this query many times. People have given you the best info they can. The Markham forum is not very active, and there are few, if any regular commenters from Markham on the forums. You have noted many times this is a family reunion - do you actually have any family members based in Markham or neighbouring municipalities? If so, then the onus really needs to be on them to do this research for you. You have pretty much exhausted the knowledge of the locals on this topic. That you want to find a space where you can bring your own food is an issue. You may need to forget that part, and go with a hotel or banquet hall. Perhaps you need to connect with a local Indian community or religious group that can assist in your search. Try googling for organizations in the area.
The correct choice may be affected by what else you might need. Are you just looking for tables and chairs to accommodate about 35-people. Do you need catering, a full kitchen, or even just a servery? Are any serving staff required? Are you willing to ensure clean up yourself or will staff be required for this too?
The more service that's required tends to suggest that a hotel facility or upstairs at the Duchess of Markham may be a better choice. If you're willing to do more for yourself a venue like the Markham District Veterans' Association hall on Washington St. or maybe even the Unionville Curling Club on Carlton could suit. Alternatively, a number of Markham churches have halls and kitchens but I'm not sure about their willingness to rent them out.
Welcome to Tripadvisor. But you seem to have spent the day resurrecting old posts.
Please take note of the original posters date, and the date of the final reply. There is no point in responding after the thread has been dormant for 6 months or more.Edited: 07 June 2018, 19:19
Thanks. I’ve been a reviewer for a long time but am new to forums and I’m grateful for helping me down the learning curve.