"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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the Alton Mill Arts Centre, and be inspired! Open Wed. to Sun. & Holiday Mondays 10-5.
What's On This Week...
Get your tickets for Empty Bowls, a fundraiser for local food banks, Sunday, October 20th. Drop off a non-perishable food item for donation throughout the week, or bring it with you on Sunday.
New in the Galleries: Splendour in the Hills (Headwaters Arts Gallery), Featured Artist Mike Smith (Noodle Gallery), and Grey Matter by Janet Simmons Sweet (Falls Gallery). All are invited to attend the opening reception for 'Splendour in the Hills' on Saturday, from 1-4pm.
We're open for business! Please be aware that there is construction on Main Street at the south end of Alton Village, but you can still get here by waiting your turn to go, or taking an alternate route. It's worth it!
Learn a new skill, refresh your perspective, and imagine the world creatively! The studio artists of the Alton Mill offer classes & workshops in a variety of mediums and themes.
Click through to read a visitor's perspective of a day-trip encounter with Monica Kerr-Coster and the whimsical Noodle Gallery, on the main floor of the Alton Mill.
On Sunday, October 20th, enjoy specialty soup in a bowl handcrafted by a local artist, in support of local food banks, and keep the bowl! Empty Bowls celebrates its 10th year in Caledon/Orangeville.
"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."
Discover an amazing collection of outdoor artwork on the ground of the Mill. Click through to find out more, and see an interactive map of the sculptures!