Headwaters Arts and the Alton Mill Arts Centre present an afternoon celebrating the arts with live music sets by: “The Sidemen”, a 4-man band playing the
standard and not so standard traditional, legendary jazz tunes; “Rubber Brothers”, a zany spoken word (Harry Posner) and percussion (Jeremy Grant) duo; poetry readings/insight by
Harry Posner, Dufferin County’s Poet Laureate and author of six books, and croc E. moses, poet, and a  ribbon cutting all under the new tented roof over the Annex Courtyard.
An Artisan Marketplace will surround the Annex Courtyard, featuring  HA member artists selling a diverse array of unique art works. Food trucks on-site with refreshments and the
Headwaters Gallery and Mill artists studios, Galleries and retail shops will all be open. Still in Stage 3 re-opening guidelines, all COVID-19 Ontario Health Regulated protocols will be in
place. Tickets are $15 for the shows, and available HERE.

Ontario Trillium Foundation provided funding to Headwaters Arts under it’s Resilient Communities to install the three-season roof/tent structure over the Annex Courtyard, part of the
unique Alton Mill heritage complex in Caledon last year. The funding for this outdoor arts space was developed to help non-profit organizations, like Headwaters Arts, recover and rebuild from
the impacts of COVID-19. The opportunity for the community, artists and visitors to safely gather outdoors, to experience, engage and enjoy a multitude of new and exciting outdoor arts and
culture programs, art shows, workshops, concerts, and ticketed performances/events like this celebration is just the beginning of a wonderful space to showcase the talented arts in the
Headwaters Region. Headwaters Arts, volunteers, member artists and the Alton Mill Arts Centre,