Visit art galleries.
Experience live theatre.
Discover one-of-a-kind artisans.
Immerse yourself in culture.
All in Aylmer Ontario.
Aylmer has a bountiful selection of art for those living in, or visiting Aylmer. A large collection of fine art can be viewed at the Minerva Art Gallery, the acrylic talent of Shelley McVittie can be seen at Cobblestones Gallery and Gift Shop, or watch the potters at work in the Pinecroft the Pottery. Visit the Old Town Hall for live entertainment presented by the Aylmer Performing Arts Committee (APAC) or enjoy a theatre show performed by the award-winning Aylmer Community Theatre!
|Learn more about the history of Aylmer!|
| Settlement Stories Quilt Trail
A great opportunity to visit, shop, or eat in East Elgin at a culturally significant quilt site, including the Amish Community! View more information on the Settlement Stories Quilt Trail here!
| Get 2016-2017 Season Tickets Now!
Season tickets are on sale now for 2016-2017. Seven shows for only $125! View the line up for this coming season and get information on ordering your tickets,here.
| Aylmer Community Theatre - Upcoming Plays!
Enjoy award-winning theatre by local thespians, performed
| Aylmer Area Community Band
The Town of Aylmer is happy to introduce the Aylmer Area Community Band! With concerts for the public all year round - you won't be disappointed! Find out about upcoming performances or how you can join by visiting the Aylmer Area Community Band Page here
| Aylmer Area Community Choir
The Town of Aylmer is thrilled to congratulate the Aylmer Area Community Choir on their 10th Anniversary! With concerts all year for the public to enjoy - you won't be disappointed! Find out about upcoming performances or how you can join by visiting the Aylmer Area Community Choir Page here
| Old Town Hall Theatre
Visit the Old Town Hall and admire the original Italianate architectural design, arcaded brickwork, boldly-modelled cornice, and the beautiful Florentine windows. Sit in the Opera house where famous poetess Pauline Johnson once graced the stage in the 1880's or where Canada's first Prime Minster, Sir John A. MacDonald addressed the residents of Aylmer. Learn more about the Old Town Hall here
Old Town Hall Rental Package - View details on booking the Old Town Hall Theatre here
| Aylmer Library
Visit the the Aylmer Library for (of course!) an extensive book selection, but also for special events, and book club! Learn more about the Aylmer Library here
| Aylmer-Malahide Museum & Archives
A community museum offering exciting exhibits on the culture and history of Aylmer and Malahide. Open yearly March to November. Evening tours available for groups. Access to the archives by appointment.
| Aylmer Town Hall Tower Clock
Learn more about our beautiful Tower Clock that can be heard throughout the town every hour. Learn more about the Town Hall Tower Clock here.
| Kids and Company
The Aylmer Old Town Hall is also home to Kids and Company that puts on fun-filled performances twice a year for children and the young at heart. For more information please call 519-773-8220.
Are you visiting the Town Of Aylmer from a distance? Why not stay in Aylmer! We have beautiful places to spend a night, a weekend, or even longer! These include a beautiful bed and breakfast in a heritage home, an Inn with country charm, and a cottage in the pines. Visit our accommodations page for more information.
For further information on booking your trip, visit accommodations, festivals and events, area attractions, and plays and performances!
Recently the Town of Aylmer approached the Communications Technology class at East Elgin Secondary School to see if we could engage local youth in making a cultural video. The challenge was quickly accepted by Zach Grisenthwaite, a media student who has brought his vision for the project to life. With the help of other students, volunteers and local residents, The Town of Aylmer now has a video highlighting the arts, cultural and recreational opportunities in Aylmer.
Our creative economy is something to get excited about!
Click here to download this video in Windows Media Player (.wmv) format. 41 Mb
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