Spacious, Historic, Elegant, Reasonable
- Beautiful and affordable wedding and event venue
- Attractive photo opportunities in adjacent park
- Catering kitchen
- Versatile space
- Discounts for non-profits
- Capacity for 150
- Recommendations on local caterers, musicians, DJs, bartenders, and equipment rentals
For more information or to reserve the Winter Street Center, call Debby Hayden at 207-729-9707 or e-mail her at email@example.com
SPI has restored the former Parish Hall and the space is available for wedding receptions, private parties, memorial services, concerts, meetings, lectures, corporate retreats, and small theatre productions. For information about use of the facility please call our coordinator, Debby Hayden, at 207-729-9707 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winter Street Center is located directly across the street from the picturesque Bath City Park. The park features a large gazebo and a pond with a fountain containing the William Zorach statue Spirit of the Sea. For a small fee, you can hold your wedding ceremony in the gazebo—please contact the City Parks Department at 207-443-8345 for details. The park also provides a lovely backdrop for your wedding and event photos, no fee or reservation necessary.
Winter Street Church, noted for its Gothic Revival style with Greek Revival overtones, was designed and built in 1843 by Anthony Coombs Raymond, a native of Brunswick. Maine architect John Calvin Stevens designed interior alterations in 1890 and again in 1913. The adjoining Parish Hall was created in the Italianate style by another Maine architect and Bath native, Francis W. Fassett, in 1864.