Arts and Culture

Tay has a vibrant arts and culture scene with many local artisans who sell their goods at our local festivals and events in the area.


The Culture Alliance in the Heart of Georgian Bay is comprised of Beausoleil First Nation, The Town of Midland, The Town of Penetanguishene, The Township of Tiny and the Township of Tay.  Together they  celebrate, foster, promote and leverage cultural resources in the Heart of Georgian Bay, with a view to growing a prosperous year-round creative economy, and enhancing the quality of life and cultural awareness for all residents.

The Newton Street Art Barn is located in Victoria Harbour. They provide an opportunity for artisans to showcase their talents to the public in a creative, rural storefront on a consignment basis. They feature handmade items and original artwork with a focus on recycling, reusing and re-purposing.

Huronia Players is a community theatre group based in Midland, Ontario. They provide education and workshops for theatre arts and produce three major productions each year at the intimate 120 seat theatre in the Midland Cultural Centre.

Nestled within Discovery Harbour on the shores of Georgian Bay in Penetanguishene, the King's Wharf Theatre is flanked by majestic tall ships and the historic buildings of a 19th century British naval and military base.

The Midland Cultural Centre is the focal point for culture activities in the Heart of Georgian Bay. The MCC is a community-based, volunteer driven facility where everyone can be involved in artistic and cultural pursuits as a participant or audience member.

For over 25 years, Quest Art School + Gallery has been committed to bringing arts and culture to the north Simcoe community.

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