The Town of Orangeville has issued a call for artists for the Utility Box Art Display Program.The deadline is May 1, 2017.
A seven-metre high sculpture donated to Town of Orangeville is featured at Visitor Information Centre.
The Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival celebrates its 15th year in 2017, running from June 1-4 in downtown Orangeville.
Heritage Week is celebrated February 20-26, 2017.
The community is invited to a flag-raising event in Dragonfly Park on February 15.
Storyland creation at Orangeville Public Library is a Canada 150 legacy project -- and an awesome feature.
Visit the third floor "Storyland" at the main branch of the Orangeville Public Library.
New print brochures of tree sculptures available and new digital tour announced.
A piece of art wrapped around a utility box enhances Orangeville downtown core and promotes local artists.
Eight awards were presented at the Mayor`s Breakfast for the Arts.
Communities in Bloom Ontario awards Orangeville a five-bloom rating so the Town will enter national competition in 2017.
The Moose sculpture shows off a little personality at the Visitor Information Centre.
The Mayor's Breakfast for the Arts will kick off Culture Days on September 29.
New training and mentorship pilot program for creative businesses.
Mr. Lacrosse tree sculpture at the Tony Rose Memorial Sports Centre depicts a lacrosse player wearing Terry’s #19 jersey.