Arts Council~Haliburton Highlands 
November 2017 Newsletter
November 2017 - News, Events, Workshops, Services and more
Fashion Fallies 
November 10, 2017
The Great Room, Fleming College



Thank you to Century 21
for being an advertiser in our Directory

Heritage Ballet 
Presents
The Nutcracker

Dec. 2nd & 3rd, 2017
Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion 
Laurie O'Reilly 
Exhibiting at The Orillia Museum of Art & History 
Sept. 23- Nov. 26

'Artlore' Studio/Gallery now open Fridays to Tuesdays up to and including Thanksgiving
1513 Eagle Lake Rd
West Guilford
Arts Directory 2017                
Directories are being delivered around the county this month.  If you wish to have some for your location, please let me know and we will get them to you.  If we have left too many for you, also let us know and we will try to pick them up or please think about dropping them off at a business in your area where there is more traffic.  By sharing the Arts Directory, we help promote each other and let visitors know about the arts and arts events in the Haliburton Highlands.  

Our Funders


Trillium Foundation
prov of ont
hcdc

  

Our Donors

 

The Haliburton Forest Woodshop

 

Artists in the Schools 

 

Lions logo

The Haliburton & District Lions Club

The Minden & District Lions Club

 

Rotary Club

Rotary Club of Haliburton

 

TLDSB   

 

Parker Pad & Printing Ltd. 

Jim Blake

 

 photo by Jen Posti

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SAVE THE DATE   

Spotlight on the Performing Arts (PAR) Gathering: 
Introduction to PAR Planning Calendar; Wednesday Jan. 10, 2018

Visual Arts & Artisans Roundtable (VAAR): Centre for Making, HSAD; Tuesday January 16, 2018         
 

Doors: Out of our Minds
Nov. 3-19
www.railsendgallery.com; 705-457-2330

Hunter's Dinner
Nov. 11; 5 pm

Painting Lessons
Mon. 10-12, Boathouse Studio in Carnarvon
$10/class; 905-435-7785; harveyjwalker@hotmail.ca

Full moon series: Spirits & Splatters Paint Party
Nov. 4; 7-9:30 pm
Haliburton Dinner Jacket Party Fundraiser
Nov. 7; 6-10 pm
www.abbeygardens.ca;
 info@abbeygardens.ca 

Sogur: Haliburton to Iceland & Back Again
Wed. Nov. 15; 7-9 pm
6712 Gelert Rd. Haliburton
High Five: Nov. 4, 6, 18 & 22
Rock On:  Nov. 4
www.yoursoutdoors.ca; info@yoursoutdoors.ca
 
Fall Class Exhibition
Nov. 11-26
705-457-9644; finn@halhinet.on.ca

Nov. 11: Open Stage - Haliburton Highlands Museum
Nov. 18: Highlands Chamber Orchestra -Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion
Nov. 26: Tanglecove(house concert) -Tamarack Lodge
 
Dorset Community Christmas Tree Lighting & Dinner
Nov. 26 @ 4 pm
Oxtongue Lake Community Christmas Tree Lighting
Dec. 1 @ 5:30 pm
Check out the Dorset Rec Calendar events
drc@algonquinhighlands.ca
705-766-9968



 There's something for everyone. Download our calendar here and feel free to contact us at 1-866-353-6464 ext. 3 with any questions. 

 
HSAD 2017 calendar cover artwork: Rod Prouse
"Sunset-Honeymoon Bay"

297 College Dr.,Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0
705-457-1680 or 1-866-353-6464 ext. 3
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Benefits of Membership
As a member of the Arts Council~Haliburton Highlands you receive:   
  • FREE listing of your artist/studio/business/organization details in the Arts Council's online Directory and in the annual printed Arts Directory (25,000+ distribution) with your BRONZE level membership.
  • Ability to purchase an enhanced listing in the annual Arts Directory (GOLD & SILVER level memberships).
  • Exclusive events listing in monthly newsletter e-blast to approximately 1,000 recipients AND free listing of your events on the Arts Council website.
  • Participation in promotional material mailing to Ontario Tourism Centres.
  • FREE classified ads in monthly newsletter and on the Arts Council website.
  • Ability to purchase your own e-blast to the Arts Council's database ($25 + HST per).
  • Access to Arts Council credit card program (7.5% fee on sales) and wine glass rental ($4.20 per dozen + HST).
  • Participation in the Artists in the Schools program.
  • Use of Arts Council Membership logo on your promotional material.
  • A vote at the Arts Council Annual General Meeting.
  • Opportunity to be a Featured Artist on the Arts Council web site.
  • Access to the Haliburton School of the Arts extensive resource library.
  • Paid opportunities to participate/exhibit at Arts Council-sponsored community events. 
What does the Arts Council do on members' behalf?
  • Compiles information for members about funding, resources, competitions, requests for proposals for artists and arts organizations and businesses.
  • Acts a voice for arts, culture and heritage in Haliburton County. The Arts Council has representation on the Haliburton County Tourism Coalition and is involved in provincial and national arts organizations.
  • Provides an information service to the public about the services, skills and products provided by members of the Arts Council. The Arts Council responds to requests for information by the public received by phone, mail or e-mail.
  • Facilitates business-to-business connections among Arts Council members
  • Collaborates with other organizations to promote the arts, culture and heritage. 
If you are interested in donating to the Artists in the Schools program, donors receive a charitable tax receipt. Cheques can be made out to the Friends of the Arts in Haliburton Highlands and mailed to PO Box 931, Haliburton ON K0M 1S0. Alternatively, you may donate via PayPal.