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The Annual  Meeting of Baxter Arts Centre will be held on Thursday, November 14, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Baxter Arts Centre, 3 Stanley Street, Bloomfield to present financial statements, elect directors, and appoint auditors. All are welcome.

The financial statements for the year ended March 31, 2019 can be downloaded  here: BAXTER 2019 Financial Statement.

All members in good standing, will be entitled to vote on these matters. It is our hope that you will plan on attending. If you are unable to attend, you may wish to have your vote recorded. If this is the case, please download and complete this form:  BCFC 2019 members meeting proxy and return it to the address on the proxy form before November 14, 2019.


Baxter Arts Centre is an Ontario not-for-profit corporation and a registered charity (number 81833 2314 RR0001). It changed its name from Bloomfield Centre for Creativity Inc. to Baxter Arts Centre by Supplementary letters patent effective January 31, 2019.   It is managed by a Board of Directors and operated by an enthusiastic group of volunteers. The Corporation is authorized to have six directors. There are currently five directors: Bill Edmunds, David Smith, Gillian Maloney, Achama Isaac and Larry Spencer.

Our mission is:

  • Offer vibrant and innovative opportunities for all ages to experience and have fun with the full spectrum of arts.
  • Provide a creative community place to accommodate a wide range of arts programming and educational activities for residents of Prince Edward County and visitors.
  • Have a well-designed, environmentally-friendly small community centre available to the public.

Baxter Arts Centre owns the Don Baxter Memorial Building in Bloomfield Ontario which it acquired from the County of Prince Edward in 2011. This building was originally the cafeteria for the Baxter Canning Company whose factory was located across the road on Stanley Street in Bloomfield. To learn more about the building history, click here. It offers arts programming on a regular basis and provides the building as a community space for rent.

BAXTER ARTS CENTRE was featured in an article in WATERSHED magazine in the summer 2015 issue: “The Little Cafeteria That Could.” Download the Watershed Summer 2015
article HERE.