Arts in Halton Hills
The Halton Hills Cultural Centre located at 9 Church Street, in downtown Georgetown serves as a meeting place for a wide range of cultural, community, and business events. The focal point of the centre is the John Elliot Theatre which is the home of the Georgetown Little Theatre, and Georgetown Globe Productions. The Halton Hills Cultural Centre, which has been recently renovated, features an art gallery, which is situated in the old part of the building that was constructed as a church in 1845. Beautiful restored stained glass windows and vaulted ceilings provide the right ambiance to showcase the work of famous Canadian artists.
The Georgetown Public Library is also part of this facility. The Williams Mill Creative Arts Studios and Gallery situated in a historic mill setting in the quaint Glen Williams hamlet, features over 30 prominent artists working in a variety of different mediums including: calligraphy, carving, drawing, furniture, glasswork, jewellery, painting, photography, pottery, printmaking, and sculpture studios.
Nashville North, located off Guelph Street in the Village of Norval, is the “home of country music”, and features live bands, dance party’s, volleyball, and summer barbeques. Halton Hills' most visited attraction is the very popular Chudleigh’s Farm, which features, a livestock zoo, wagon rides, and pick-your-own orchards.
The Acton Farmers's market features local farmers and includes organic produce.