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Heritage, Arts & Culture

Hastings Totem PoleWarkworth gallery - Photo by Bob Leahy2 Dollar Coin Designed by Local Artist Brent Townsend - Photo by Jennifer Gibson

The Hills are certainly alive with the sights and sounds of music, art, and culture.   Well-known names in the arts and entertainment field have made their home in Trent Hills.  They are celebrated and are apart of what makes our community rich with rural creativity. Artistic talent comes in many forms in Trent Hills, boasting watercolour artists, renowned photographers, funky and fun fine ceramic wares and fantastic hand-blown glass, unique terra cotta sculptures, Canadian fine art and prints. 
Here's just a small sampling of what you'll find in Trent Hills:

Listen to world-class music at Westben Arts Festival Theatre in Campbellford where internationally-renowned professionals work side by side with local performers.  

Hastings, Campbellford, and Warkworth each have cultivated a respect for their history and have showcased our unique history, people and place through their Heritage Societies. 

Artistic organization Spirit of the Hills, a grassroots, non-profit arts association, showcases our creative talents with year-round exhibitions and performances. 

Hastings Founders Weekis a celebration of the Village founders featuring parades, dances, tours, children's activities and period costumes.

Visit the arts dedicated community Warkworth, home of the annual gallery hop, Warkworth Art in the Park event and Frantic Farms Clay & Glass & Gallery.  Plan your visit at www.warkworth.ca