Welcome to The Gibson Centre in Alliston, Ontario! The Gibson Centre for Community, Arts & Culture is an historically rich, versatile and beautifully restored space located in the heart of New Tecumseth.
The Gibson Centre has a new Artist-in-Residence, Greg Hindle - a well-known local visual artist with over 30 years teaching experience. Greg will be painting onsite and mentoring an open studio each Tuesday from 10 – 3, where anyone can drop in and paint at a minimal cost. If you're a budding artist or even if you've never picked up a paintbrush, Greg is on hand to offer one-on-one professional guidance. Stop in to chat with Greg, bring your art supplies and be creative! Tuesdays from 10 AM till 3 PM; Member Fee is $7.00 or $10.00 for Non-Members.
An active group of area artists who paint together every Wednesday at the Gibson Centre. Activities include monthly workshops, critiques, 'share the wealth' presentations and outdoor painting in the summer.
New Members welcome! AATG is expanding and now accepting new memberships for Studio Painting every Tuesday 10:00am-3:00pm. Tuesday members will have the opportunity to participate in Wednesday workshops.
For further information contact Joan Warren by telephone 705-434-9904 or by email at: email@example.com
We are hoping you will be interested in volunteering on Thursdays from 10am to 2pm once or twice a month. It is a rewarding experience and there's nothing better than enjoying the historic atmosphere and a great team of volunteers. Let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Provincial protocols are in place.
Rich in heritage, alive with culture.
The Mercer Pub isan event space located on the basement level of the Gibson Centre. It is named after the Mercer Manufacturing Company, the original business of the what we know now as the Gibson Centre, built in 1889 as a farm implement business. The pub features local craft brewers including Creemore Springs.
Watch for special Community Pub Nights on our EVENTS page!
Volunteers at the Centre play an invaluable role whether they are providing tours to visitors of the Centre, supporting events, assisting at performances and art programs, helping in our cafe or participating as board or committee members.
Volunteering is an excellent and rewarding way to contribute to your community, stay active, meet people, learn more about the arts, use your skills, pursue your interests, fulfil your educational requirement and much more.
Our volunteer assignments have various time commitments that fit every lifestyle – weekly, monthly, occasionally, etc. Our volunteers include men and women from all walks of life and all age groups – professionals, homemakers, students (minimum age 14), retirees, etc.
Our screening process for volunteers includes a personal interview with the Coordinator, Volunteer Services, two reference checks and a police record check. Prior to starting your assignment you will be given an orientation to the Centre as well as on the job training to your specific assignment. If you would like further information or are interested in taking the next step toward volunteering at the Centre, please contact The Gibson Centre at 705-435-2828, or email@example.com
Help keep the Gibson Centre rich in heritage and alive with culture! Your support means so much to the Centre and the community.
Simply call 705-435-2828 to donate by phone or e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail donation to The Gibson Cultural Centre, 63 Tupper St. W. Alliston, ON L9R1E4
We also accept donations in kind and donations of securities.
Please contact our Executive Director for information and details..