DEAR BAXTER ARTS CENTRE SUPPORTERS:

 

Baxter Launches Chump Change Challenge
(a solution for coin clutter)

Bloomfield, Ontario (10 July 2020) – Using less cash these days? It seems tap is the way to pay during the pandemic.

The Baxter Arts Centre wants to free you of your unwanted and nearly obsolete coins! … the stacks on your dresser, the pile on the kitchen counter, the brimming mug of currency and the unneeded and unwanted chump change* in your jacket pockets and weighing down your jeans.

Click here or on the Take the Chump Change Challenge heading to learn more and get involved today!

As you know, not-for-profit charitable organizations largely depend on member support through memberships and donations. Our closure places a financial burden on the Baxter as we deal with fixed costs and loss of potential income. We are grateful for community support, and turn to you in our time of need. Please consider buying a membership or making a donation – which will get you a charitable tax receipt. You might also consider donating the amount of your refund to the Baxter Arts Centre (also tax-deductible).

PROGRAMMING WILL RESUME THIS FALL CHECK BACK SOON

COVID-19 UPDATE

In view of the COVID-19 pandemic and the State of Emergency declared by the Premier of Ontario, the Baxter Arts Centre building is closed. We need to follow the directives of the health authorities regarding the safety of our members, volunteers, instructors and the community in general.
The Baxter Arts Centre will remain closed until allowed to open by Provincial authorities.

These are the times to be safe and take care of ourselves and each other. We look forward to welcoming you back to The Baxter as soon as possible!

If you have signed up for programs, we are in the process of arranging refunds and/or offering credits until we are underway again. Please be patient as we work through the issues. 

If you have specific questions please email info@baxterartscentre.com

VOLUNTEERING

Baxter Arts Centre depends on the vision and dedication of volunteers with a variety of skills.  If you are interested in being a Baxter volunteer or becoming a member of our Board of Directors, send an email to info@baxterartscentre.org. We look forward to meeting you.
 
 

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

  • Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the lovely march break camp you put on last week.  You enriched our children’s lives by introducing them to textures, new materials and art processes.  Every day my children came home inspired, excited for art and design and surprisingly zen- lol.  Well done!  I can’t wait to see the finished product. 

    Sonya
  • The arts are so important to all ages, Baxter Arts Centre provides programs and events in all aspects of the arts; visual, musical, spoken, and performed and encompasses all ages from children upwards.  It is a vital part of our community. 

    Monika, Alexandre and Melanie Fida
    Angeline's Inn, Bloomfield
  • It was an opportunity to give back to the community that supports my business.

    Paul Rutter
    Rutter Brothers, Bloomfield
  • The Baxter Centre renovation has been remarkable, the volunteers have not only saved a historic building but have managed to create a space that can help foster the arts in Prince Edward County. These types of volunteer initiatives are what makes the County such a wonderful place to live and work.

    Adam Busscher
    Owner, Picton Home Hardware
  • Thank you for all the fantastic work you have done to save this building! It has been years of pure volunteer effort that has made the Baxter Building a community asset for Bloomfield once again. Thank you, thank you!

    Diana
  • We see the potential for an enhanced quality of life not only in our community but the County as a whole. This we can accomplish by significantly broadening the scope and extending the reach of arts programming and education in Prince Edward County.

    Arlene & Caroline
  • The vision of transforming the Don Baxter Memorial Building into a place for the arts is an excellent example of creative and committed citizens working to enhance community and quality of place.

    Judy
  • I can remember when I spent a lot of time doodling, thinking about drawing and creating things I imagined. I thought about being able to draw so that I could get stuff out of my brain and onto paper, to make it come alive. And maybe, one day make a living from my art. That was when I was yet a teen. Today, I realize I could have done just that with a little help.

    Larry
  • Art is not just a frill or a luxury. It is the way that we as humans define ourselves, and it is through art that cultures are remembered and celebrated.

    Carlyn

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Coming this summer

July 1, 2020 @ 12:00 am - August 31, 2020 @ 12:00 am