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Painting by Marianne Dicaire

Arts, Culture and Heritage Policy - Corporation of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet


 

ARTS, CULTURE AND HERITAGE

Arts, Culture and Heritage are defined as our ways of flourishing, expressing, educating, living and our way of entertainment. They are the reflection of history, talents, and ways of expressing ideas and creativity.

Arts, Culture and Heritage belong to everyone of all ages, through reading, writing, drawing, painting, sculpting, acting, photographing or other visual media. Heritage is about knowing who our community founders were and those who contributed to the prosperity of our communities.

The Municipal Council of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet recognizes that Arts, Culture, and Heritage are an integral part of our seven communities; that they are a touristic and economic engine that needs to be further valued and exploited. The Arts, Culture and Heritage Policy were recently adopted by our Municipal Council. It aims to consolidate partnerships and efforts to encourage arts and value our culture and our heritage.

Thanks to the members of the Arts, Culture and Heritage Committee, who represent our seven communities, this sector of our economy will be boosted. Through their contribution, this policy guarantees that future growth in the municipality will respect the richness and harmony of our cultural, artistic, and historical way of life. We are proud to recognize their precious support. 

We invite you to read the Arts, Culture and Heritage Policy of the Township of Alfred and Plantagenet and give us your comments and suggestions. It is together that we will develop our cultural vision.

Your Municipal Councillors,

Suzanne Lafrance and Ian Walker