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ART GALLERY

The Latcham Gallery
The Latcham Gallery is a community Art Gallery and is a member of the 'Ontario Association of Art Galleries.' Exhibitions features traditional and contemporary work by local and provincial artists. Enjoy the outdoor sculpture collection. Workshops, lectures and many special activities take place throughout the year.

The Latcham Gallery was started in 1979 by a group of local artists and visionaries who saw the need for an arts facility in Whitchurch- Stouffville. The Gallery was named after local philathropist Arthur Latcham who donated money to a number of local buildings including the building that was to house the Gallery at 6240 Main Street.

6240 Main Street Stouffville | Stouffville, Ontario | Tel: 905.640.8954 | Website

FAMILY OUTDOOR DESTINATIONS

Applewood Farm & Winery
Applewood Farm offers a chance to get out and experience a real country farm, not far from home. Fine Wine, Apples, Strawberries, Pumpkins, Petting Zoo, Straw Maze, Wagon Rides, and a Winery Gift Shop. We are pleased to offer group tours and wine tasting upon request.

12442 McCowan Road | Stouffville, Ontario | Tel: 905.640.5357 | Website

Bruce's Mill Conservation Area
Conveniently located off Highway 404, Bruce's Mill Conservation Area is a popular destination for residents of the City of Toronto and York Region. Whether you are looking for some great sports fields, a nice hike, a nice picnic spot or a place to relax and take in the birds and nature, this is a great place to visit!

3291 Stouffville Road | Stouffville, Ontario | Tel: 905.887.5531 | Website

Burd's Family Fishing
Burd’s Family Fishing is well known for their great park-like scenery. Rainbow trout fishing at Burd’s is a great sport for the young/old and amateur/professional; we offer Rainbow trout fishing for everyone. This budding industry is looking to attain the designation of largest Rainbow trout fishing in Ontario and look forward to dishing up the fish you catch on a platter in the near future.

Burd’s Family Fishing is situated in Stouffville, Ontario on 6 acres of bounded countryside. The business has been highly regarded since 1965. Twin half acre ponds were man made and fed by a natural artesian spring. Burd’s Family Fishing was initially introduced to the community 40 years ago. In 2005 the business was sold and Burd’s Family Fishing is under innovative management to maintain and strive to advance in the trade.

13077 Hwy 48 | Stouffville, Ontario | Tel: 905.640.2928 | Website

Cedar Beach
Cedar Beach is located on the north shores of beautiful, spring-fed Musselman's Lake. Offering shaded picnic areas, a swimming area with sandy beach and camping facilities, it is ideal for group and family events picnics and reunions.

Facility includes swimming, 2 water trampolines, fishing, canoe, paddleboat rentals, large picnic areas with shelters, splash pad, playgrounds for all ages, 41 tent sites with power and water hook-ups, seasonal and transient camping, 2 swimming pools and 1 hot tub, sports fields, basketball, beach volleyball, badminton, tennis, shuffleboard, horseshoes, licenced restaurant, and camp store.

15014 Ninth Line | Stouffville, Ontario | Tel: 905.642.1700 | Website

Willow Springs Winery & Vineyard
The opening of Willow Springs Winery in May of 2001, with its 2400-sq.ft. multi-purpose facility, was the beginning of a dream come true for Mario and Julie Testa.

Originally, Willow Springs produced both fruit and grape wines including a selection of apple wines. However, today the winery has evolved and produces only premium VQA wines having joined the Vintners Quality Alliance in 2001.

5572 Bethesda Road | Stouffville, Ontario | Tel: 905.642.9463 | Website

York Regional Forest
The York Regional Forest is a 2,200 hectare public forest located in 20 different tracts in the Regional Municipality of York. It is a multi-use forest providing woodland conservation, sustainable forest management, education programs and passive recreational opportunities.

Stouffville, Ontario | Tel: 905.830.4444 x5364 | Website

HERITAGE

York-Durham Heritage Railway
Take a trip back in history on the York-Durham Heritage Railway. Ride the rails between the towns of Stouffville and Uxbridge in restored cars dating back to the early 1900s. Travel 20km through scenic rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Railway Stations are located on Main Street in Stouffville and in Uxbridge.

Tel: 905.852.3696 | Website

MUSEUM

Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum
Located within the community of Vandorf, the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum preserves Whitchurch-Stouffville's rich heritage. Through changing exhibits and authentically-restored historic buildings, you can experience life as it was by visiting a restored log cabin, Victorian farmhouse and barn, classroom, 19th century street scape and heritage gardens. Free admission except during special events and programs.

14732 Woodbine Avenue | Gormley, Ontario | Tel: 905.727.8954

PERFORMING ARTS

Nineteen on the Park
Nineteen on the Park is a multi-purpose event centre designed to enhance the quality of life for Whitchurch-Stouffville’s residents and visitors. With back-to-back programming it is a hub of both professional and commmunity-based activity.

Nineteen on the Park’s flexible programming space enables it to meet the following organization goals:

  • to provide a broad range of arts & entertainment events through its Professional Series, which appeal to diverse audiences
  • to contribute to community building through advocacy events and programming that engages the Town’s broad network of sports, business, community and cultural groups
  • to provide a venue for local arts groups to perform, exhibit and demonstrate on a regular basis
  • to actively partner with the business community of Whitchurch-Stouffville
  • to actively partner with the educational community of Whitchurch-Stouffville to promote knowledge and skills in the arts for our young people

19 Civic Avenue | Stouffville, Ontario
Admin: 905.640.2322 x2 | Box Office: 905.640.2322 | Website

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