Events - Bus Trip to the Distillery District

Leave Fairview Mall in St. Catharines — 12 noon

Show & Tell and good food at Millside Brew Pub – 4 p.m.

Leave Toronto — 7 p.m.

Cost: Members: $35.00 / Other: $45.00

Ranked one of the Top 10 Holiday Markets in the World

Don’t miss this great opportunity!

Lots to see and do both indoors and out:

free art galleries (see more info below), charming specialty shops, artisan bakeries, craft cabins, entertainment, and more!

For Tickets, please contact Sueda Akkor: 905-401-0209
or Deedee Alexandre: 905-732-4782

Don’t delay - space on the bus is limited


1. Thompson Landry Gallery

a) Stone Gallery Space: Featuring: André Pitre, “The Colour of Things” , Nov. 10 - Dec. 4

b) Cooperage Space:

The larger of our two Galleries, the Cooperage Space, is housed in a beautiful 4300 square foot original historic building in the heart of Toronto's Distillery District. With its exposed brick and plaster walls, along with its unique layout, this sophisticated and rustic space is the perfect backdrop for any planned event. The original architecture is highlighted by the Gallery's ever changing display of contemporary Quebecois paintings and sculptures.

2. Dish Gallery and Studio

... is the working studio of Ceramic Designer Susan Card, who specializes in wheel-thrown porcelain and smoke fired pottery using motifs from nature as decoration.

3. Arta Gallery

... is located in Toronto's historic Distillery District. Opened since 2003, Arta Gallery showcases the works of Canadian and International artists. You can also rent out the art space too.

4. Corkin Gallery

... is one of the more impressive in the city. The gallery is divided into five exhibition spaces and showcases well known international contemporary artists. The photo above includes works by David Urban and Irving Penn.

5. Monte Clark Gallery

... has a reputation as one of Canada's top commercial galleries. Located in the Distillery District, it represents only contemporary artists and is home to some big West Coast names like Douglas Coupland, Roy Arden, and Scott McFarland.

6. Pikto Gallery

... has a small exhibition space that complements its suite of services geared toward photography professionals including studio space and lab services.

7. Engine Gallery

... is an incubator where emerging and mid-career painters, sculptores and installation artists are discovered and nurtured. Representing a diverse group of Contemporary Canadian artists originating from Eastern and Western Europe and North America ENGINE is quickly becoming known as a significant player in the Canadian Art Scene.

Established in 2003, Engine was one of the premier galleries to develop the Queen West Art District in Toronto and the Historic Distillery District.emerging and established artists, as well as contemporary secondary market artworks.