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At the Aurora Cultural Centre, we believe that arts, culture, and heritage can play a role in changing our world and our community. This is the fabric that deepens our understanding of our shared experience, and creates a more compassionate society.

Since 2010, the Centre has welcomed the community to create and participate in diverse experiences for all ages. Located in a beautifully-restored 1886 schoolhouse, we proudly program four vibrant gallery exhibition spaces, a range of instructional classes for children, teens and adults, an eclectic live music series, special family events, summer arts camps, and offer stunning rental spaces for a unique experience. Partnerships – with our community, businesses, schools and more – are at the heart of our operations, and vital to our success.

 The Centre is a registered charity, generously funded in part by the Town of Aurora. We are proud to have earned the Imagine Canada Trustmark, demonstrating excellence in non-profit operations. Our professional staff is supported by a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors and enthusiastic team of volunteers.

Wheelchair accessible, air-conditioned, and with parking surrounding the building, we look forward to welcoming you through our doors.

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We deliver a diverse range of inspiring artistic, music and heritage programs, and promote Aurora as a dynamic community that values the creative contributions of its citizens. We proudly showcase local, emerging and established talent for our community to enjoy.

Inquire about upcoming performances, events, classes, exhibitions and more.

We also provide corporate rental meeting facilities and spaces for rent for your next event.

Fully Accessible Building. Enter at north door for elevator.

Our volunteer Board of Directors have worked, and continue to work, tirelessly to create the strong governance foundation that guides the growth and development of the Aurora Cultural Centre. The Directors meet monthly (at least), attend various committee meetings and bring a diverse skill set to their roles. All are residents of Aurora. The Board of Directors of the Aurora Cultural Centre are ratified annually at the Annual General Meeting. Directors’ terms are two year commitments, and may be renewed three times up to a maximum of six consecutive years. Each Board member also sits on  a committee and provides assistance with fundraising activities.

There will be four public meetings held at 7pm on the second Wednesday of March, June, September and December where the community is invited to attend, meet the Board of Directors, learn more about the Centre and ask questions.