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Station Gallery is committed to making sure all patrons have a safe, accessible and enriching experience, every time.
Our Accessibility Advisory Committee is made up of community members that represent diverse perspectives and bring valuable insights. If you have comments or suggestions, let Hailey know
• Station Gallery is always free to visit.
• Discuss the exhibition with our curator on the Third Thursday of every month.
• Art Talks at Brooklin Community Centre (55+)
• Underground Studio for youth – Sunday afternoons
And watch for free, family-friendly art activities when the SG Kids' tent pops up at community events all summer long.
Facility-wide wheelchair accessibility
: Parking spaces for permit holders can be found in the main lot and at the back of the gallery.
Accompanying support workers are welcome, no charge.
: Service animals are welcome at Station Gallery.
Let's make sure money doesn't stand in the way of creativity!
Each season we set aside subsidized spots in our programs and camps.
Live in Whitby?
If you have a Town of Whitby Access Pass, we can offer you up to $120 in discounts on our programs and classes. If you don't have an Access Pass, find out if you qualify. Talk to Sarah Klein at the Town by calling 905-430-4300 ext 7417 or email@example.com
In Durham Region, outside of Whitby?
You're welcome too. Just bring your Durham Region Social Serivce Certificate when you're registering in person at the gallery. Call the Department of Social Serivces, Region of Durham at 905-666-6329 for details.
Ready to jump on board at Station Gallery?
If you spot a class or workshop that fits, find out if a spot is available - first come, first served. Let's give everyone a chance...returning participants, please allow one year between requests for subsidies. Talk to Anne at Station Gallery, 905-668-4185 or email her.
Station Gallery subsidies are available thanks to our generous donors like Town of Whitby, Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Rotary Club of Whitby and the Cameron Sharrock Memorial Fund.