It is with a heavy heart that the Chenail Cultural Centre announces that the following shows and performances will be postponed to later in the 2021-2022 season: Whiskey Jazz (February 27), Soirée Trad (March 6), Florent Vollant (March 13). The new dates will be announced when the COVID-19 situation will allow it. We thank you for your patience and support in these hard times, and apologize for the inconvenience. The Nicole Vezeau exhibition will remain on site until March 28th, for free and open every day.
This difficult decision follows the lockdown regulations. The culture industry has been hit hard during the COVID-19 pandemic. Le Chenail’s board of directors and management understands the need for isolation and social distancing, and support efforts to promote it. You can communicate with Centre culturel Le Chenail by email, at [email protected], by phone, and via its Facebook page at all times.
THE CHENAIL CULTURAL CENTRE – The mission of the Chenail Cultural Centre is to promote arts, culture, and heritage and through its management of the Tourist Information Centre, tourism. The Chenail Cultural Centre Inc. surprises and captivates. It enriches the daily lives of the citizens of Hawkesbury through eye-opening cultural programming. These activities nurture creativity in all age groups, invite participation, and tie together members of the community.
The Chenail Cultural Centre was founded in 1975 under the name Le Chenail Inc. in the rush of the establishment of the first francophone cultural centres in Ontario. The CCC offers an extraordinary location for the community, having renovated the magnificent Maison de l’Île, a historic building dating back to 1832 in Confederation Park located on l’île du Chenail in Hawkesbury.