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    Halton Hills Library & Cultural Centre

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    The Halton Hills Library and Cultural Centre is located in the heart of historic downtown Georgetown. Boasting a wide range of exciting ways to engage in local culture, this modern facility features a live performing arts theatre, art gallery and public library, as well as inviting common spaces adorned with works from local artists. The John Elliott Theatre is home base for performing arts groups, as well as traveling shows, concerts and special events. The Helson Gallery is the permanent home of the Helson Collection, as well as rotating exhibitions of artwork on loan or works from local artists. The building is LEED Silver certified and fully accessible.

    What’s happening at the John Elliott Theatre
    What’s happening at the Helson Gallery

    Location:

    Halton Hills Library & Cultural Centre
    9 Church St,
    Georgetown, Ontario (View Map)
    Telephone: 905-877-7915
    Box office: 905-877-3700
    Fax: 905-873-2681

    Hours of Operation

    John Elliott Theatre Box Office:
    Mondays 1:00-8:00 pm
    Tuesday-Thursday: 9:30am-8:00pm
    Friday & Saturday: 9:30am-4:30pm
    Sunday & Monday: 1:00pm-4:30pm
    Click Here for the JET Box Office

    Helson Gallery:
    Monday & Tuesday: Closed
    Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 1:00pm-5:00pm
    Thursday: 1:00pm-8:30pm
    Click Here for the Helson Gallery

    Library: See library website. http://www.hhpl.on.ca/

    Facility Highlights:

    • 260-seat performing arts theatre
    • Fully accessible
    • Home of the Georgetown branch of the Halton Hills Public Library
    • Home of the Helson Gallery, featuring the Helson Collection as well as rotating collections from local and visiting artists
    • LEED Silver certified building for environmental sustainability
    • Licensed concession
    • Rotating art collections on display throughout open spaces of the building
    • Studio room for meetings, presentations and rentalsy

    Services and amenities

    • Live theatre performances by local theatre groups, traveling shows and other exhibitions
    • ONSCREEN movie series – variety of movies presented at the John Elliott Theatre, in partnership with the Public Library
    • Public arts demonstrations, talks and programs
    • Rental opportunities in a one-of-a-kind theatre venue
    • Public Library offers a wide range of community services, including open drop-in programs for children and families, pre-registered programs, Creativity Centre, quiet reading and study spaces, teen zone, children’s area and magazine lounge.

     

     


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