The Colborne Art Gallery and the Heritage Room will remain closed until further notice.
A new post will advise when the Gallery and Heritage Room will reopen
Heritage Room at Colborne Art Gallery
It Takes a Village to Build a Village
~ Colborne beyond the Keelers ~
Heritage Room – Colborne Art Gallery
51 King Street East, Colborne
March 21 to June 7, 2020
Gallery Hours: Thursday thru Sunday 12 – 4
Admission always free
Spirits on Water at Ah!
Heritage Cramahe is pleased and excited to collaborate with the AH! Gallery of Warkworth to present Spirits on Water: Ships, Sails, and Rum Running on Lake Ontario.
Together we have opened an exhibit that contains elements of two of our previous exhibits: rum running on Lake Ontario, and a general marine history of our area. Even if you visited those two shows at the Heritage Room in Colborne, we hope you will re-visit them in Warkworth, where they have been re-arranged and augmented to fill the excellent space of Warkworth’s historic Memorial Hall.
The collaboration will continue later this Summer, when a very successful AH! show will come to us at the Heritage Room in Colborne. More details later.
The Ah! Gallery is housed at 35 Church St, Warkworth, Ontario, K0K 3K0
The Exhibit runs until March 29th
Hours: Saturday & Sunday from 11am to 4pm.
Holding onto our beliefs: Immigration and Religion
When individuals emigrate, we leave behind family, friends and possessions, everything except our faith. This is an exhibition about those artifacts and art that connect us with our faith and all that we left behind.
Timeline 2 - 1850 to 1900
Old Cat Hollow to Lakeport - A Journey Through Time
Students visiting the exhibition Old Cat Hollow to Lakeport – A Journey Through Time during Heritage Week
Northumberland Hispanic Heritage
The Noble Experiment, Lucrative but Lethal - Prohibition
Paddle, Sail and Steam, A Marine History of the Great Lakes
19th Century Timeline: Cramahe / Canada / World
Cutting to the Core! - Cramahe's Apple Heritage
Castleton Took Root
Northumberland Went to War
In 2016, Heritage Cramahe held an exhibition of “Northumberland Went to War”
in collaboration with the Art Gallery of Northumberland in Cobourg.