The John Walter Museum does not have an in-house catering company. You have the options of using an outside caterer or having a potluck. Please confirm the arrangements with your booking agent 2 weeks prior to the event date.
Note: There are no refrigeration or cooking appliances available.
Potluck events are permitted, providing all potluck foods are prepared in commercial health-inspected facilities. A waiver form must be signed and returned to your facility representative.
Remember to bring all related equipment including:
- Cutlery and dishes
- Serving dishes
- Coffee urns
You may, with a valid liquor licence, serve alcohol in the 1901 House. Remember to bring all related equipment including:
- Bottle openers
SOCAN and Re:SOUND
If you are planning a special event that includes live or recorded music of any kind, you are required to pay licence fee to SOCAN and Re-Sound. The Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN) and Re:Sound Music Licensing Company (Re:Sound) are collective societies. These collective societies can charge tariffs for the performance of music in public, according to section 19(2)(a) of the Copyright Act.