Whitevale Arts and Culture Centre

Art Gallery and Workshops

 The Shelf

A community hub

 WACC Hours:     Tuesday: 7-9pm      Saturday: 10-12      Sunday: 2-4pm 


 

 We welcome donations to the WACC. 

Thank you to the Retired Teachers of  Ontario, who gave us a $500 grant, to the WDRA and the City of Pickering for their support and to individual  donors

C. Neville, C.Fremont and G. Willson,

for their generous contributions.​

A huge thank you to Log Cabin Yardage




the wonderful quilt store who donated a quilt that we raffled to fund more WACC activities last year.


Recent Events at the WACC

Our little hamlet and its surroundings is the home of a very creative community. Our vision for the new Whitevale Arts and Culture Centre is to create a welcoming space for residents to meet, and to come and borrow media, and for artists to share their skills and show their art work. Come be inspired!

Come and borrow books and DVD's. 

Donations are welcome!

Our small art gallery displays work of local artists and offers creative workshops.

​​​On- Going:

  • Next M​usic Night will be on Monday, April 10, 7:00 PM  
  • Crochet Group on Tuesday, April 4 and 18, 7 PM 
  • Knitting Group on Tuesday, April 11 and 25, 7 PM​​
  • Whitevale Reads: "In the Skin of the Lion" by Michael Ondaatje - discussion on Saturday, April 22 at 7:30 PM
  • ​Art Exhibit with works by Laurena Nash ​- see Art Gallery/Featured Artist Page


Coming up:

  • ​PPLConnect  3D Painting on April 1st @9:30AM
  • ​Easter Basket and Eggs craft on April 8 @10:00AM
  • Field trip to Native Plant Claremont on April 9 in the PM (native plant identification, the benefits of native plants, where and how to grow, how to create natural habitats, attract wildlife, how to collect and grow seeds). For more details, check the website


 

  • Plans are in the works for a community mural to celebrate Whitevale's history for Canada' 150th Birthday.  Come to the Thursday, April 27 meeting at 7:30PM to brainstorm together the theme and details of the mural.