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Established in 1972, the private club was created for police officers to escape into the country to relax and socialize. While the club was originally associated only with the police, word quickly spread of the venue and everything it had to offer.
“We started receiving inquires from the public asking if there was any way they could use the Grand Ballroom or Boardroom for personal use,” says the team at WRPA. “We ended up opening those two entities to the general public and haven’t looked back since.” Over the past 40 years in business, the venue has hosted hundreds, if not thousands of weddings.
Maia Hillen was first attracted to WRPA because of the beautiful outdoor space. “I envisioned a cocktail hour with people having a beverage while shooting some hoops, playing baseball, playing tennis or being a kid again in the playground. I also liked that there was an indoor hall so there was an automatic back-up if it rained.” Aside from the setting, Maia was also attracted to venue because of the price. After researching several venues, she discovered the WRPA was the most reasonable. “They can work with a lower budget!”
Michaela and her fiancé Jonathan selected WRPA because of the accommodation as well, but the price and exceptional customer service were also deciding factors for them. Michaela also admits that the venue’s style, which was customizable was another selling feature.
“I found WRPA to be the most flexible” she says, adding that the staff was completely supportive with our requests.
The reason Lisa Stamper and her fiancé Kyle chose WRPA was because of the venue’s ability to accommodate her food sensitivities.
“They were also our top choice because they could accommodate the amount of people we had coming,” explains Lisa. “The Chef’s creativeness is nothing short of incredible and that is not even doing it justice. She made me food I haven’t been able to enjoy in years. I literally cried with happiness when we went for our tasting!”
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- The WRPA is an exclusive event. You will be the one and only bride celebrating your wedding on the date of your choice.
- The WRPA has a scratch kitchen, meaning everything is made in house. They are able to work with all dietary needs, allergies and religious restrictions.
- The WRPA is situated on 52 beautifully landscaped acres, making it ideal for outdoor ceremonies and photographs.
- The WRPA offers the option to host your wedding indoors or out.
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Vendor Profile : Waterloo Regional Police AssociationThe Waterloo Regional Police Association and Recreation Centre (WRPA) is a hidden gem in the Waterloo area. Owned and operated by the Waterloo Regional Police Association, this venue is located just minutes from Highway 401, between London and Toronto. Not only does the WRPA offer a beautiful location for indoor or outdoor ceremonies and receptions, the centre is situated on 52 acres of landscaped grounds that include a baseball diamond, horseshoe pits, children’s playground, official size soccer field and more.
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