Dia de los Muertos – It’s a fundraising party!

Venerate your ancestors. Celebrate your life.

Get ready for the the “day-of-the-dead” with this Latin-inspired fundraising party.

Enjoy vibrant decoration, mouthwatering snacks and strong libations — as we commemorate Los Muertos and delight the living.

All proceeds will go towards arts and heritage programming in your community.

Ticket price includes food and non-alcoholic beverages. A light meal will be served. Cash bar.
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Creemore Festival of the Arts 2018

Festival Weekend Happenings

September 29-30, 2018 | 10am to 4pm daily

The Creemore Festival of the Arts, a proud part of the Clearview Small Halls Festival, is a weekend-long celebration of art — one of the annual events that have made the village of Creemore a destination for creative inspiration and discovery.

This year, we present our most ambitious arts programming to date.
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ARTISTS, ARTISANS & ART VENUES! Sign up now for the Creemore Festival of the Arts 2018

Opening night, 2016

Do you want to be part of the festival this year?

Creemore Festival of the Arts – Sept 29 & 30, 2018

We’re looking for creative people who are interested in registering for Artists on Location, which places artists and artisans with local businesses, or seeking to show artwork within downtown Creemore throughout the weekend of Sept 29 & 30. The Artists in the Village, formerly called Artists on Location, is a weekend-long collaboration in the village of Creemore among venue owners, artists/artisans, and the Purple Hills Arts & Heritage Society.
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Call for Entries in Public Art

Public Art Opportunity for Collectives, Partnerships and Individuals

Description and Application Form

Deadline for Entries: April 15, 2018

Creemore is home.The Purple Hills Arts & Heritage Society is seeking Artistic Submissions for public arts and heritage experiences at the Creemore Festival of the Arts on September 29 and 30, 2018.

We invite arts exhibitions, installations, performances, displays and more, which will be centred around Creemore’s attractive community halls and handsomely preserved main street.
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Constitutional By-Law Amendments

Amendments for Comment by the Membership

The Purple Hills Arts & Heritage Society Board has approved the following DRAFT Constitutional By-Law for consideration by the Membership and ultimate adoption at the 2018 Annual General Meeting. This effort has been undertaken by the Purple Hills Board of Directors to streamline and modernize the By-Law for the overall benefit of the Society.

CONSTITUTIONAL BY-LAW

being a By-Law to regulate the affairs of
PURPLE HILLS ARTS AND HERITAGE SOCIETY

Constitutional By-Law Proposed Amendments

The above is provided in PDF format for review.
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Annual Membership & Donations

Man and child

Welcome.

You can become a member or renew your annual membership here.

When you support us, your gift stays in the community. Our programs include Creemore’s annual autumn arts weekend, the Tea & History talk series, Creemore’s self-directed heritage walk, fine art classes in the local elementary school, bursaries for talented students, arts and heritage talks and installations, and community grants.
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One Good Play at the Dunedin Hall (Dec 10, 2017)

One good marriage square

OUR 2017 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING & A PLAY IN ONE PART

A special Sunday in Dunedin
December 10, 2017 @ Dunedin Hall

THE AGM

1pm – Purple Hills Annual General Meeting and Election of Directors

THE PLAY

One Good Marriage

Steph and Stewart arrived home from their blissful honeymoon to find something terrible happened in their absence. This show moves from pathos to humour and back again as their story is revealed.
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Purple Hills historical materials delivered to Simcoe County Archives

Simcoe County ArchivesToday, we delivered historical materials to Simcoe County Archives and into the capable hands of Matthew Fells, Archivist, and Jenn Huddleston, Archival Technician.

In honour of our 40th year, we have brought together and organized files, records, scrapbooks, photographs, and marketing materials generated by Purple Hills activities since 1977. We wanted everyone to have a chance to look through them so we asked curator Rosemary Donegan to help us mount an exhibit in the Station on the Green.


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