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Set in the old community memorial hall of the scenic village of Warkworth, Ah!’s mission, as a non-profit gallery, is to increase appreciation for local artists and for artists across Ontario and Canada, as well as create awareness for local history and heritage. Stop by any Friday, Saturday, and Sunday between 11am and 4pm to come in and enjoy our current exhibit while on your way biking through beautiful Trent Hills. Exhibits can take fifteen minutes to half an hour to fully enjoy.
As part of this ‘Designated Artisan Community’ known as ‘The Village of Warkworth’, we offer one-of-a-kind pieces of fine craft and original art, and have established Cheeky Bee as one of Eastern Ontario’s finest galleries, featuring over 150 artists & craftspeople from across North America. Visit our bicycle friendly community with its designated community bike rack. We offer access to washrooms, rest area and a place to fill up your water bottle. We have local cycling information available and are always welcoming to cyclists.
A bike-friendly working artist’s studio and showroom on the Presqu’ile Promise bike trail and Waterfront Trail in Northumberland County. Not your run of the mill pottery studio, CoachHouse ClayArt is the working studio and showroom of artist Lorelyn Morgan, who creates one-of-a-kind pieces in clay and mosaic. This rural oasis is located in a 19th century replica coach house on the grounds of her c 1810 heritage home in rural Lakeport, 3.5K SW of Colborne. Watch the artist at work, shop the showroom, or wander the grounds and perennial gardens. Shaded picnic tables, bottled water, small repair kit. Currently no washroom available.
Martello Alley is an art themed historic alley in downtown Kingston. Representing numerous artists, Martello Alley is a gallery where you can find original and printed artwork as well a place to meet the artists and see their work in progress. We are an artist collective with a common interest in bringing great art at a great value to residents and visitors to Kingston in a fun a friendly atmosphere. We are located at 203 B Wellington Street, Kingston, Ontario. We are just north/east of Princess Street Martello Alley is the only one of its kind in Ontario. Recently filmed by the Ontario Tourism Board it will be featured in advertisements in Autumn 2015. Everyone working in the Alley is a participating artist. You can meet the artists on site and have a coffee with us while checking out some amazing works of art. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. The alley leads to a beautiful courtyard with charming artistic accents. There is a gallery of original art work at the end of the courtyard that still has the original limestone walls proudly displaying our work. The artists are on site from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm daily, including Sunday
See Canada’s visual arts treasures within the lively Ottawa ByWard Market. Discover the remarkable stories that have shaped this country in our completely reinvented Canadian and Indigenous Galleries. Love photography? You won’t want to miss the Gallery’s new Canadian Photography Institute. If the great masters are more your style, the Gallery is your destination for the country’s finest collection of European art. In addition to our exquisite national collection, during any visit you can take in world-class special exhibitions and engaging activities for all ages. Come celebrate creativity at one of Canada’s most impressive landmarks.
Southampton Arts is a non-profit organization that combines a commercial gallery with an art school. The Gallery represents over 40 local artists of various disciplines. When you visit the gallery you will find wall art as well as fine crafts, such as jewellery and pottery. We hold different exhibits in our Firehall and Exploration spaces. The Firehall Room offers local artists and artist-run groups to curate their own shows. Local emerging artists are exhibited in the Exploration Room with a different artist being featured each month. The Gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday 12-5pm. The School offers year-round art-based programming to kids, youth, and adults. Our summer offerings are very popular and fill up fast. The workshops cater to both beginner and advanced students. You can sign up for classes at the School through our website at www.southamptonartscentre.com.
As the cultural centre and tourist heart of the Village of St. Jacobs, the Three Sisters Cultural Center focuses mainly on experiential activities where visitors interact with artists in their studios, participate in workshops, enjoy the art in the gallery and attend our varied events. We support tourism in Waterloo Region in every possible way, as such we create a welcoming environment for tourists and participate in BIA events and destination development work the Township engages in with support from other key destinations and Explore Waterloo.
Recently, we built a bike shelter, with secure bike racks, that is easily accessed from the road. The area surrounding St. Jacobs has several cycle trails and Explore Waterloo has developed maps and information about routes which are shared with visitors to Three Sisters. In June every year, the BT700 cycle event launches its “Grand Depart” from the St. Jacobs and Three Sisters now hosts their social event the evening before which brings together the bikepacking community. We host cyclists all season and support the Tasting House next door organize lunches for them on our deck as well as provide them with all needed facilities.
The Grand River Transit operates into in St. Jacobs, and Bus 21 offers bike racks so cyclists can travel with their bike into the beautiful countryside to enjoy the endless cycle routes. The Three Sisters Centre supports an active lifestyle with the opportunity for cyclists to learn about the arts and culture in the area. We welcome the opportunity to become Ontario by Bike certified so we can support cyclists as they travel through the area and they are aware Three Sisters is a place for them to rest and get back on the trail.