There is a substantial exhibit of the paintings of Martha Eleen at the Ah! Arts & Heritage Centre in Warkworth. A retrospective. It is there until July 3.
History of the Future, featuring the art of Martha Eleen of Toronto/Port Hope is the title of her exhibition currently at Ah! The Arts and Heritage Centre.
Ah! Centre’s first administrator is the co-founder of a gallery that won two business awards from Northumberland County in 2014.
The Percy Portage exhibit at the Ah! Arts and Heritage Centre, a display that includes historic maps and more about a route that many local folks still don’t know is a part of the history of this region.
The Arts and Heritage Centre of Warkworth has been awarded a grant of $73,900 from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
A video by Clive Russell
Each and every day across the Watershed region, countless volunteers roll up their sleeves and get down to work for their communities.
Dancers from the Northumberland Contemporary Dance Collective in Cobourg entertained the audience at the Opening of Ah! in Warkworth on Saturday evening.
Rolling out the red carpet for the gala opening of the new Arts and Heritage (Ah!) Centre will mark the culmination of a year of hard work by a group of dedicated volunteers whose vision is now a reality.