Celebrating Culture Days at Burr HouseRichmond Hill, Ontario
Burr House Artisan Gallery
Heritage, Multi/Interdisciplinary — Collective Creation
In the pretty park setting at Burr House, experience a gathering of arts, history & music at one of the oldest historical sites in Richmond Hill. Tea sittings will be ongoing during the afternoon, served inside while the Richmond Hill Concert Band will be performing in the garden for all to enjoy. Watch Burr House Spinners & Weavers and Hill Potters at work demonstrating their skills with interesting weaving and pottery techniques. An exhibit of paintings by the International Watercolour Society will be on display. The Richmond Hill Historical Society will be on hand to tell the amazing story of the restoration of the house and Guild Hall in the mid 1970's - highlighting early settlement in the area.
|Fri 28 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 29 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sun 30 Sep||12:30 PM to 4:30 PM|
In case of rain:
Burr House and Guild Hall
528 Carville Road, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 6E6^
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Burr House is located on the north side of Carrville Road, west of Avenue road and Bathurst Street. Main Intersection Bathurst Street/Carrville Road
Joan Sax, Michele Zicovitz, Andrea Kulesh,
This event is the vision of Burr House Spinners & Weavers Guild, Hill Potters Guild, The Richmond Hill Concert Band and the Richmond Hill Historical Society joining together to create an afternoon of music, story-telling and arts at this local historic site.This is a wonderful opportunity for the community to discover the history of early settlers in the area and how 200 year old Burr House has become a hub of arts, heritage and culture.
This event is in English.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Pottery, Painting, Orchestra, Historic Site, Fiber Arts, All Ages, Heritage, Artisanal Crafts, Demonstrations, Exhibits