Also adjoining the Great Hall Gallery, this intimate 731 sq foot space is equipped with gallery lighting and wall hanging systems. Of note in this space is the original slate chalkboard from the schoolhouse days that spans the north wall. Look closely and one can see horsehair insulation between the lathes underneath the slate. This room has housed displays of artifacts by the Aurora Historical Society (their Aurora Collection of artifacts and archives are housed at the Centre), heritage travelling displays from various regional bodies, smaller meetings, community fundraisers, silent auctions, breakaway space for large workshops, art exhibitions and the Green Room for performers. This private and sun-filled location is much sought after.
The Aurora Cultural Centre built in 1886, is a 17, 500 square foot community space where heritage foundations meet contemporary fittings. Gleaming original wooden floors, wainscoting and moulded tin ceilings are perfectly partnered with shining steel and glass to create a modern vision. All windows within the Centre have an inside storm pane for energy efficiency and are ultra violet protected. The Centre provides beautiful infrastructure of showcases, meeting and gallery furnishings and benches, and a catering kitchen. Most spaces within the Centre are available for rent. We are a creative team and can mix and match spaces and infrastructure to meet almost any need. Please email us at email@example.com with a subject line of OUR SPACES.
Please note: We regret that the Centre is unable to accept bookings for weddings and wedding receptions.