Revenant: A Paranormal Christmas
14 December @ 7:00 pm
Become a paranormal investigator thanks to Phantoms of Yore, a team from Ottawa! Do you have what it takes to be a ghost hunter?
October 26, 27 & 28 @ 6pm
Come and eat a three course meal in the prison cells which will be completely transformed for this Halloween event. After dinner, you will be treated to a spooky tour of the old jail. Cash bar.
October 31 from 4pm to 9pm
Free, donations appreciated
People of all ages are invited to come and take part in our fun and spooky event. There will be a section reserved for younger children and another section for those who would like a more frightening experience. There will also be treats handed out to trick or treaters. Admission to the Haunted Jail is free but donations would be appreciated. We hope to see you there!
Murder Mystery Evening
Form a group between 8 and 20 people and call us to make your appointment!
Prepare yourselves for an unforgettable night! Will you suceed in finding the killer's identity?
Prison Break - An Escape Game (Max. 12 participants)
Call to make an appointment!
Come and try one of our three escape games! You only have 45 minutes to solve the enigmas and escape... Are you up to the challenge?
May 3, 2019. Cocktails @ 6:00 pm. Dinner @ 7:00 pm.
Fundraiser for the L’Orignal Old Jail to launch our celebration of our 200th year in 2025.
Wine: White and red wine available for purchase by the bottle or glass; Credit cards accepted.
Elegant fashion show featuring clothing from local stores:
Focus 2.0 / HP Boutique / Boutique Levaque / Top Mode / Maître Charle / Sports Experts / Mark’s Work Warehouse.
Bring your friends for an exciting evening of friendship, fun and laughter. Limited tickets.
Lecture: « Le monde à vélo » with Jonathan B. Roy (French)
May 23, 2019 @ 7:00pm.
Through funny, touching and expressive stories, Jonathan B. Roy recounts his cycling adventures around the world. His many anecdotes, collected over the last three years in more than thirty countries on three continents, trigger as much laughter as tears. The presentation will teach you more about the different cultures of the world, as well as reflect on self-transcendence, the realization of your dreams, and the importance of creating a life filled with memories.
Author, photographer, video creator, Jonathan B. Roy is undoubtedly curious and versatile. A graduate in law and engineering, he has served as director of human resources, a musician and as a bicycle mechanic. He has contributed to the newspaper La Presse and continues to collaborate regularly to Vélo Mag and on the radio at Radio-Canada.
La Dernière Pendaison
May 31 & June 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, & 22, 2019. Supper at 6:00 pm and play at 8:00 pm.
$27 for the play and $27 for the supper
Written in 1989 by Ian McKechnie and Guy Rouleau, La Dernière Pendaison tells the story of two individuals who, struggling with the devastating impact of the economic crisis of the thirties, adopt an innovative solution to make ends meet.
The representation is played in two acts: the first in a marquee and the 2nd in our very own courtroom. It is the oldest one in Ontario and is still in use to this day. Through a partnership with the Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario, we are able to present the trial scene in our magnificent courtroom, which held the actual trial in 1932. It is a part of our heritage and we are greatly proud of it.
The Troupe des non-coupables is a local group of volunteers; their share of the profits is donated to local charities for children and senior citizens.
It is also possible to have dinner in one of our cellblocks before attending an event. No forks or knives allowed! Guests will have to eat with a spoon just like the inmates used to do.
It is mandatory to book and pay in advance. No tickets will be sold at the door.