In 1973, William Hodgson, an Etobicoke resident, reportedly saved the Old Mill from demolition to make way for a new residential development.  William Hodgson closed the building for massive renovations. New sections were added, a Wedding Chapel was built, rooms were restored and newly decorated. In 1986 the Old Mill was once again under construction in response to the popularity attributed to the boom years of the 1980′s. An entire new wing of Banquet Rooms was added. The Old Mill had grown to a 16 room function facility nestled on the banks of the Humber River.

 

Special Events

Oysterlicious Last chance for  Oyster lovers to come out of their...

August 31, 2016 -

Labour Day Brunch Buffet Celebrate the September Long weekend at the Old Mill Toronto...

Monday September 5, 2016

Babies At Lunch It's BYOB - bring your own bib!  Bring your mommy and...

Thursday September 8, 2016
Entertainment

Danny McErlain Trio

August 26 2016

Rosemary Galloway Quartet

August 27 2016

Ross Wooldridge Trio

September 02 2016

Mark Eisenman Trio

September 03 2016
Old Mill Blog

How To Choose The Right Wedding Photographer Choosing the right wedding photographer can seem like a daunting...

August 24 2016

The Benefits to Off-Site Meetings It's time to hold a meeting, and one of your...

August 22 2016

Wedding Etiquette In The Age Of Social Media Social media remains an integral part of daily life for...

August 15 2016
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