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Welcome to The Gibson Center in Alliston, Ontario. The Gibson Centre is an 1889 historically significant landmark transformed from farm implement factory into the stunning building you see today. We are dedicated to hosting cultural activities and showcasing the Arts. The Gibson Centre is a place where culture is preserved, performed and encouraged. Home to the South Simcoe Arts Council, The Artists at the Gibson,The Nottawasaga Hand Weavers and Spinners and the Rotary Club of Alliston, The Gibson Centre offers a great performance hall, a beautiful gallery space, artisan gift shop and cafe for light lunches.

Centrally located in the heart of New Tecumseth...The Gibson Centre is the perfect venue to host a wedding celebration, meet with friends or clients, hold a conference or any special event, big or small.


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Nov 27, 2014
Open Mic, Nov 27, 2014

Open Mic, Nov 27, 2014

Open Mic host, Grant Boyer is looking forward to Open Mic Thursday night 8pm-11pm

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Nov 25, 2014
Open Studio, Nov 25, 2014

Open Studio, Nov 25, 2014

Open Studio 10am-3pm every Tuesday with Artist in Residence, Greg Hindle. We welcome artists of all levels of experience. Call The Gibson Centre for more details.
Members $7, Non-members $10
Bring your own supplies.

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Upcoming Exhibitions

November 12th - January 5th, 2014/2015
Blue Heron Group 5

Blue Heron Group 5

Come view this exciting exhibit in the South Simcoe Arts Gallery at Gibson Cultural Centre Nov 12 to Jan 5, 2015.
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Upcoming Events

November 29th, 20147:00pm to midnight
Christmas at The Gibson

Christmas at The Gibson

An effortless opportunity for your business to celebrate the holiday season! Festive Buffer Dinner prepared by The Globe Restaurant with Wine, Music & Dancing. $75 per person.

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December 6th - 7th, 2014
The one and only Santa Claus

The one and only Santa Claus

A comedic look at reality TV and Holiday zaniness, wrapped up with a bow on top! Follow Yul Tide and Chrystal Flakes as they explore what Santa Claus really represents...

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