Meet In Historical Elegance
Ralph Connor House on Armstrong's Point in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada was built in 1913 - 1914 by the Theologian, social activist and author Charles William Gordon. The architectural detailing and beautiful hardwood paneling remain in their original state, and some of the circa 1900 furnishings originate with the house.
Ralph Connor House offers a distinctive setting for meetings and social functions, from intimate dining to business gatherings or full reception for up to 100 persons. Wine service and bar can be made available for any event.
Ralph Connor House is the perfect venue for educational and community gatherings, seminars and programs. It is sought after for a variety of events and increasingly as a set for Winnipeg's film industry and theatre.
The facilities, unparalleled in Winnipeg, can meet a variety of requirements. Intimate dining, business meetings or receptions can be accommodated in the privacy of individual rooms, or the spaciousness of an entire floor.
An Intimate Wedding Venue
The House lends itself well for weddings to take place both in the ambiance of the inside of the house or the gardens. The garden setting, overlooking the Assiniboine River is a favorite for wedding parties and outdoor gatherings.
The Gold Room shows an imaginative arrangement for a very intimate wedding.
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A Wonderful House – A Wonderful Wedding
On August 16th, 2014 my daughter and her fiancé were married on the grounds of the house. This was followed by a wonderful party for one hundred people.
The house glowed with candlelight and flowers and was filled with laughter and music.
We would like to give a special thanks to the Club Administrator, who did all of the coordinating and an extraordinary amount of work on both the Friday before and the day of the wedding. She was the epitome of grace under pressure.
Many thanks from myself and all who attended.