"Canada's most beautiful arts centre"
Built on the banks of Shaw's Creek, this national-award-winning heritage building is now "a jewel in the crown of the GTA's arts scene". The Alton Mill is home to some 25
while the industrial-chic ambiance makes it the perfect venue to
host your event
the Alton Mill Arts Centre, and be inspired!
CLICK*CREATE*CELEBRATE On Friday, October 23rd, 6 pm, in the Millrace Room, enjoy the Caledon Public Library’s annual literary and arts awards celebration.
Live music, fabulous food, an art show of entrants’ works (in The Corridor Gallery), and announcements of the winners in the competition categories.
Empty Bowls is a Fundraiser for Local Food Banks. Enjoy Specialy soup in a handmade bowl of your choosing, and keep the bowl! Sunday October 25 in two sittings.
For more information and to purchase tickets contact Ann at 519-938-2092
or at Bridget 416-505-1867
Lynden Cowan, one of the mill's landscape artists (studio 202) has been juried in to the Autumn Art Sale at the McMichael Art Gallery.
Images from the showings of Assisted Living. Photo Credit to John Ashbourne.
One of Mill florist Karen Cal's stunning bouquets has been featured on the cover of the 30th anniversary edition of Wedding Bells magazine.
Stories from Elsewhere took place Thursday July 30 to a record audience. The evening was jam packed with tales of travel.
Bringing together thirteen storytellers who shared their outrageous, harrowing, poignant, zany and otherwise entertaining tales from on the road.
Thanks to all our story tellers including special guest Nicola Ross (journalist, and author of Caledon Hikes: Loops and Lattes), singer/songwriter Jon Farmer, and a busload of tellers, including Mark Grice, Mary Little, Elswyth Fryer, Andrew Welch, Clare McCarthy, Daniel Kolos, Kat Selby, Bob and Caroline Menzies, Barb Stasiw, and Maria Coletta MacLean.