Minden Hills Cultural Centre

Nature's Place building Bowron House Agnes Jamieson Gallery

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Arts, Heritage, & Nature

Arts, Heritage, & Nature

The Minden Hills Cultural Centre is a 4 acre site in the village of Minden that includes the Agnes Jamieson Gallery, the Minden Hills Museum & Heritage Village, Nature’s Place and the Minden Hills Branch of the Haliburton County Public Library. The site is connected to the downtown Riverwalk by the Boardwalk which traverses over natural wetlands.

Admission and Hours
Admission is by Donation and parking is free

Agnes Jamieson Gallery
Open year round
Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Minden Hills Museum & Heritage Village
May Victoria Day weekend to Thanksgiving weekend
Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Nature’s Place May Victoria Day weekend to Thanksgiving weekend.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Remaining year open for specific lectures and events only. Call for information 705-286-3763

Contact Us
176 Bobcaygeon Road, Box 648 Minden Ontario K0M 2K0

Laurie Carmount, Curator
Agnes Jamieson Gallery
Tel: 705-286-3763
Email: gallery@mindenhills.ca

Minden Hills Cultural Centre
Email: culturalcentre@mindenhills.ca

Minden Hills Museum & Heritage Village
Tel: 705-286-3154
Email: museum@mindenhills.ca

Membership helps support our community programming and contributes to Minden’s cultural and economic vitality.

Individual Membership $30.00
Family/Dual Membership $45.00

Annual Membership Form

Please consider a financial gift to the Cultural Centre and help us with our ongoing cultural preservation, activities, exhibitions, programs and events for our community.  Monetary gifts to the Minden Hills Cultural Centre are tax deductible.

Donation Form 2018

On occasion individuals have generously bequeathed a Legacy fund to the Minden Hills Cultural Centre. An estate gift provides the donor with tax benefits while ensuring the long term health of the Minden Hills Cultural Centre.  Planned-gift donors are encouraged to seek the advice of their financial and legal professionals.

History of Logologo for the Minden Hills Cultural Centre
The Minden Hills Cultural Centre (red) logo represents the unity of the areas of the centre; Minden Hills Museum & Heritage Village (yellow), Haliburton County Library Minden Branch (brown), Agnes Jamieson Gallery (blue) and Nature’s Place (green). The red maple leaf symbolizes the national significance of the centre’s collections and the fall beauty of local trees. The leaf and triangles are a bridge over the blue line which represents the Gull River.

The colours are based on those used in the Haliburton tartan.
The green represents the forest, blue is for lakes; white for snow and the trillium; red and gold for fall colours; brown for the earth and fur-bearing animals.

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