September 30 2017, 11am – 3pm
Norval Presbyterian Church.
Credit Valley Artisans is making 150 Bowls. Customers choose the bowl they want and have it filled with delicious soup from Heather’s Bakery in Georgetown, along with delicious goodies. There will also be 150 small “Canada 150” paintings for sale to the public. All profits will go to the LM Montgomery Museum in Norval as a Canada 150 project.
Learn more at their website or contact Carolyn at 905-877-2579.
Welcome to Downtown Georgetown - Your Treasure Awaits.
You’re invited to wander through our historic downtown and find your smile; unique shops, restaurants and services, the historic setting, the events and Farmers’ Market that Downtown Georgetown offers.
Originally founded in 1823, Downtown Georgetown has been a lively centre of activity for almost two centuries. Many of the original historic buildings still stand to this day and with other features make our Downtown one of the most frequently filmed towns in Ontario!
Your Treasure Awaits…
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To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, the Georgetown Choral Society is hosting a special concert. Canada-150 Eh?! is a celebration of 150 years of Canadian music. The concert takes place on Saturday, May 6th at 7 PM at the Georgetown Christian Reformed Church. Adult tickets are $20 and can be purchased on their website .
The Georgetown Choral Society has delighted audiences with their music since 1971.
Under the direction of A. Dale Wood, the Choir has approximately 100 members, and performs at a level normally associated with professional groups. The choir performs a mixed genre of musical works and has performed at such locations as Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto. We have also performed in Holland, England and Ireland.
We perform two major concerts per year, usually repeated on two consecutive evenings. We also participate every year in Remembrance services in November as well as perform in benefit concerts.
Small groups from the choir are also available to perform at various community events, particularly caroling at Christmas time.
To learn more about the choir, or to purchase tickets to our upcoming concerts, please visit our our website.
Norval is going to be celebrating Canada's 150th birthday by hosting the Norval on the Credit Festival June 3 & 4! Featuring: the official opening of the Norval Women's Institute - Time Capsule, the unveiling of Pollinator Canoe, and Moccasin Trail, & more to be announced! Visit their website for even more information on what's happening at the festival!
Explore Norval where Lucy Maud Montgomery lived for 9 years. Visit the historic sites Montgomery photographed and wrote about in her personal journals.
Norval is family friendly offering beautiful nature trails along the Credit River. McNab Park on Noble Street provides excellent fishing, riverside trail and areas for family picnics.
The Willow Park Ecology Centre provides fascinating nature programs for all ages. Parking is available on Mary Street.
The village of Norval was settled by 1820. Today many buildings remain, including our 3 historic churches which are open to the public.
You will discover our Pioneer Cemeteries, the former home of Lucy Maud Montgomery, the Heritage Garden in Norval Park, our unique Analemmatic Sundial and Willow Park Ecology Centre. Norval is proud of the many century buildings including two Heritage Designated properties the Norval Disciples of Christ Church and Lilac Lawns.
To learn more please visit their website
HHCR is a community non profit organization, funded at arm’s length by The Town of Halton Hills. HHCR provides support to organizations, individuals and businesses in the following sectors: Arts, Heritage, Culture and Volunteer.
Support takes many forms, from advising on grant application readiness, whether or not to incorporate your organization, what insurance you should hold for your projects, and how to brand your organization and projects.
For more information please visit their website.
Our professionally-trained staff are online experts who take the search for information beyond Google. Every week, approximately 2,220 people come through the Library’s doors to enjoy our services, programs and collections, in addition to the more than 3,000 who visit through our website.
The renewed and expanded Georgetown Branch and Halton Hills Cultural Centre officially opened on Saturday, January 26th, 2013. This greatly improved, environmentally friendly and fully accessible facility offers enhanced programs and services to meet the diverse needs of the Halton Hills community.
The building has numerous green features— a geothermal heating and cooling system, thermally efficient exterior walls and maximum glazing on the south side; exterior windows oriented to optimize sun exposure during the winter; strategic design of interior spaces to bring in daylight; light sensors to optimize artificial lighting; energy-efficient lighting fixtures and reduced lighting power density; energy recovery ventilators (ERV) units; and low-flow toilets and plumbing fixtures.
Halton Hills Public Library officially opened its new and improved 9,000 square foot branch in Acton, Ontario on February 26, 2011 to rave reviews. The building is fully accessible and energy efficient. It maximizes natural light, uses a geothermal system to heat and cool the building, incorporates green construction materials and techniques and conserves water through low flow fixtures. The Acton Branch was recently awarded a Gold Level of certification in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).
Beyond the improved architectural and design features of the new space, the branch also boasts an ever-growing collection of electronic texts, more Internet stations (two express, three for children and six for teens and adults), more places to study (two study rooms and a community multi-purpose room) and two self-checkout stations for greater convenience.
To learn more, please visit their website .
The CVA, a non-profit Community Service, was founded in 1975 to help to promote the Visual Arts in Halton Hills.
We invite you to join one of our four established guilds currently working within the CVA: Heritage HandWeavers and Spinners, Palette and Pencil Guild, Potters and Sculptors and Stained Glass Artisans.
The CVA provides the follow:
-Unique and low cost courses
-Low cost annual membership fees
-Our home - Cedarvale Cottage
-Use of guilds' equipment
-Flexible hours of access for members to the cottage
To learn more about the Credit Valley Artisans please visit their website.
Located at 9 Church Street this heritage gem is located just steps away from the shops and restaurants of Main Street as well as the beautiful park district with its' own rich architectural heritage.
Named after prominent area businessman, politician and community-minded citizen John Alwyn Elliott, this 267 seat facility accommodates the public in comfortable raked seating, has a wide proscenium and a generous stage including expanded stage fly- tower and orchestra pit. Since its opening The John Elliott Theatre has become the principal home to Georgetown Little Theatre and Georgetown Globe Productions. Numerous community groups, entertainers and businesses have continued to use the theatre year after year due to its excellent amenities. Throughout the year the John Elliott Theatre plays host to various touring theatre companies, seminars and workshops as well as the above mentioned local theatre productions.
The John Elliott Theatre has entertained thousands since its opening and the beautiful 267 seat air-conditioned auditorium is waiting for you. We invite groups and organizations to consider our well-equipped stage facilities, which can accommodate a variety of events.
For more information about upcoming events at the John Elliott Theatre you can contact the Box Office at 905-877-3700 (24hrs.) or visit the Coming Attractions & Performance page.
Red Door Gallery has reopened at 69 Main Street South, downtown Georgetown! Red Door Gallery opened in 2014 and has since shown over 20 exhibits, held acoustic music nights, fundraising events, spoken word evenings as well as private and sponsor parties.
Join us for monthly changing shows, Ladies’ Paint Nights, Artists’ Professional Development Series, Art in the Afternoon for Seniors. and the URoom, a FREE youth music hub.
To learn more, please visit their website.
Almost 30 artists make unique, beautiful and surprisingly affordable painting, pottery, jewellery, stone carving, photography and printing, wearable art and hand blown glass. Our Gallery features modestly priced gift items by emerging artists, as well as art by some of Ontario's most established artists.
Come and see us, browse the Gallery, meet the artists, and find something to take home for you or a friend.
To learn more, please visit their website