WHATS HAPPENING AT THE STATION
Given the current circumstances that were released today from Doug Ford, the Station Arts Centre is once again going to close to the public. In the end, the public/communities safety is top priority and the Station will proceed with following all regulations put in place from our Government.
This means that all programs that were to run over the 4 week shutdown, are going to be postponed. Anyone that has signed up for a program, please email and we can provide you with further information on refunds and rescheduling. Any of the amazing instructors that are giving their time and skills to our organization, thank you once again, and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible to look at rescheduling.
This also means Camps will not be running for April Break.
For the "Double Visions" exhibit, our wonderful exhibit will be up until April 23rd still, but unfortunately will not be open to public viewing. Please check out the link before for virtual viewing!
The Upcycled Competition will be uploaded virtually for the time being and we will be rescheduling the physical exhibit when it is safe to do so.
We are so grateful for the amazing pieces that have come forward and fully intend on launching out this awesome exhibit!! (as well as have prizes to give out!)
We will still be having some amazing curbside options for craft kits and a new one that will be launched after Easter in partnership with a local business, so please continue to follow us on social media and our website! Stay Tuned!
We are so grateful for the continued support over this past COVID year, and can not wait to see you all again when it is safe to do so!
The Station Arts Centre is a not for profit charitable organization reliant on community support.
The membership fees you generously give help to support the many free/low cost community events, activities and educational programs we offer for everyone to enjoy. Additionally, the Station Arts Centre is always FREE admission!
Our community is creative and more vibrant because of your support.
An exhibit by Deb Riopelle and Linda Trowell