"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
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What's On This Week...
Back by popular demand! The Headwaters Arts Gallery presents One Square Foot, with an artist reception on Saturday, August 18 from 1-4pm. In the Noodle Gallery, Inner Worlds and Ethereal Souls.
Try a class or workshop: register for CJ Shelton's Summer Monarch Butterflies Watercolour Workshop on Friday, August 17, or one of Joanne Lomas' new Photo Transfer Workshops.
Please be advised that Queen Street East will be closed for construction east of Alton from March 26 - December 21, 2018. The detour doesn't affect people coming from the south, but if you're driving to the Mill from Orangeville, we suggest diverting from Porterfield Rd to Highpoint Side Rd (turn right onto Highpoint), followed by a left turn at Main St. Click here to see a map of this route.
A spectacular showcase of arts and culture from across the province, set amongst the vibrant fall colours of rural Ontario. This year featuring the Annual Juried Show & Sale, The Big Blues Party II, and Monday Night at the Movies.
An exhibition in the Noodle Gallery featuring the striking and exploratory work of two internationally recognized and award-winning photographers, Patty Maher and Robin Macmillan.
Turn your favourite photographs into treasured pieces of art in this brand new 3 hour workshop with Mill studio artist Joanne Lomas.
"The Alton Mill is a little gem we discovered in Caledon many years ago, and quickly became our favourite place to visit on a Sunday morning for coffee. When the time came to plan our wedding, there was no doubt we’d have it at Alton Mill. The beautiful outdoors, old stone walls, patio with romantic lights and all the history it has to offer made it the perfect venue."
Debra Norton takes readers through the arts rich villages along the Credit River, including a visit to the Alton Mill.