The Community Waterfront Heritage Centre (CWHC) is located on Owen Sound’s picturesque harbour at 1155 1st Ave West, in a historic 1932 CN Rail Station, it is the last train station of its kind in Ontario. The museum features artifacts & archives, working train models, a 1930s CNR caboose and the 1953 CNR train car. Be sure to check out the exquisite ship model collection, and if you are there at 12 or 5 p.m. enjoy the sound of the historic Kennedy Whistle.
The CWHC is a charitable, volunteer based organization, committed to preserving the rich marine, rail and industrial history of Owen Sound. For more details visit waterfrontheritage.ca, like us on FaceBook, or call 519-371-3333. The Community Waterfront Heritage Centre is open daily 10 am to 4 pm, from Victoria Day weekend to Thanksgiving Day.
Morag creates her jewellery from start to finish. The designs are all her own and she fabricates each piece in her home based studio in Owen Sound.
Intersections was founded by artist, Stephen Hogbin, with little more than a vision. He saw a place where both aspiring and established artists could go to create in a safe and welcoming environment.
After operating galleries in both Toronto and Meaford, Ron de Boer moved to Owen Sound in 1993 and opened a gallery in the downtown core.