183 Centennial Pkwy. N.
Hamilton, ON L8E 1H8
Phone: (905) 560-4500
Fax: (905) 560-6223
183 Centennial Pkwy. N., Hamilton, ON, CA, L8E 1H8
- Phone: (905) 560-4500
- Fax: (905) 560-6223
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, head to the Starlite Drive-In Theater. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead.
The Mohawk 4 Ice Centre is a part of the Mohawk Sports Park. This ice center is home to Stoney Creek Oldtimers Hockey Association, Hamilton Junior Bulldogs, Nustadia Recreational Hockey League and so forth. Apart from that, it also offers training sessions for ice hockey and skating.
A part of the Mohawk Sports Park, the Bernie Arbour Memorial Stadium is a baseball stadium. Home to the Hamilton Cardinals and McMaster University Marauders, it can seat almost 3000 spectators.
Ivor Wynne Stadium, named after former chairman of the parks board, is a bit of a historical landmark in the Hamilton area. The stadium was erected in 1930, and from its nascent state, when it held the comforts and accommodations of backyard bleachers, it has undergone several retrofits. For locals, however, it has not lost its rugged character and charm. The stadium was home to the first Astro Turf playing surface in Canada, and hosts the Hamilton Tiger Cats of the Canadian Football Team, winner of eight Grey Cup championships at Ivor Wynne Stadium.
A spectacular venue for events, Carmen's offers flexible spaces, state-of-the-art facilities and the best in service. Carmen's is perfect for all occasions be it weddings, concerts or business events. For more information, call ahead or check out their website.
Looking for a space where you can sip fair-trade coffee, enjoy music, meet community and generally feel part of something good? Come stop by the Freeway, Hamilton's very own coffee shop/non profit/community space/venue. The Freeway prides itself on being a "third space," that is, a place of community between work and home. In addition to hosting daily concerts, workshops and social nights, as well as fostering a lively community space, the Freeway undertakes regular donation drives for neighbors. There's nothing not to like about this interdisciplinary space!
Managed by Theatre Aquarius, the Dofasco Centre for Arts plays host to some of the best art and cultural events in Hamilton. The center features a fully-equipped 750 seater auditorium and 125 seater rehearsal hall. Claiming to be the third largest regional theater, this venue also has theater training school that prepares actors at all levels. To know more about this place, do check out their website.
The Lincoln Alexander Center in Central Hamilton functions as a premiere event space and cultural center of the city. Named for Lincoln MacCauley Alexander, Ontario's 24th Lieutenant Governor, it is perfect for any kind of social, business or private event. Whether it is a wedding reception, a conference or a cultural performance, Licoln Alexander Center has all facilities and essentials that make sure your event is a great success.
Local movie buffs flock at the popular Jackson Square 6 Cinemas, a sprawling movie theater with many screens, digital surround sound and ace services, all tailored to make your movie outing a fun-filled experience.
The Hamilton Downtown Family YMCA brings the people together with an array of social events benefiting all sections of people. The center is involved in a number of activities that include child care, health and fitness and community outreach programs. For more on the its activities in Hamilton, call ahead or check out their website.
The Studio at Hamilton Place is a theater usually used for comedians and smaller theater productions that is part of the Hamilton Place.
The Ronald V. Joyce Center for the Performing Arts at Hamilton Place is 2,200 seat theater that regularly hosts events ranging from live music, to opera to musicals and theatrical performances.