Whitchurch-Stouffville's theatre, gallery, museum and library contribute to a vibrant arts and cultural scene with exciting programming, exhibitions and events. Home to significant creative talent, Whitchurch-Stouffville also hosts a roster of events that include music, contemporary dance, fall studio tours, commercial galleries, fine dining and Town festivals. Join us as we celebrate arts and culture throughout the year!
Experience life as it was in the former Whitchurch Township by visiting the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum and Community Centre. Located in the historic hamlet of Vandorf, adjacent to the Holland River and scenic Vandorf Park, the Museum was established in 1971. In 2012, after significant restoration and expansion, the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum and Community Centre opened. The site covers 2 acres and includes 5 historic buildings, research facilities and two exhibit halls. For more information on our programs, special events, and wedding and rental opportunities, please contact us at 905-727-8954 or e-mail us.
Lebovic Centre for Arts & Entertainment - Nineteen on the Park is one of the oldest and most culturally significant buildings in Stouffville's downtown core. This historic building is situated at 19 Civic Avenue, just south of Main Street. For up to date information on our programs, special events and rental opportunities, please contact us at 905-640-2322 or visit our web page at www.19onthePark.ca
The Latcham Gallery
Located at 6240 Main Street, the Latcham Gallery is a community Art Gallery and member of the Ontario Association of Art Galleries. Exhibitions feature traditional and contemporary work by local and provincial artists. For upcoming exhibitions or for more information about our programs, please contact us at 905-640-8954 or go to www.latchamgallery.ca
Town Office Gallery
May 9 to June 6
Norman is known for his ability to capture light and vibrant colours, as well as varying moods and feelings within each painting. Norman's paintings are alive with discovering nature and the natural beauty the world offers to all of us. Norman has received many awards for his work and high praise for his paintings throughout Canada, the U.S., Europe, and Asia. His paintings are currently displayed in prominent public and private art collections across Canada and around the world, including the lateKen Thomson of the AGO and the actress Sharon Stone.
The Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library is a welcoming, modern, and exciting place of community engagement, where diverse people gather to discover, create, and share ideas. Find us in the Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre, just off of Park Drive. For more information, contact us at 905-642-READ (7323). www.whitchurch-library.on.ca