St-Aubin Avenue, P.O. Box 161
Printable version of the pamphlet
in the 1920s, the Léonard house is a historical and cultural
site reflecting the heritage of Moonbeam.
promote arts and culture, to protect the heritage and the history
of our community and make it accessible to all, while providing
a place to work for the artists of our region.
highlight and strengthen community and area affiliations and to
revive the taste for arts and regional culture in our population.
take the initiative to organize special events and fundraisers
so that the Centre can be self-sufficient.
increase the participation of people in our community and the
seek partnerships with our governments.
the Moonbeam Gallery you can find:
a historical exhibition of the region
- works of art, sewing and crafts
- courses for young people and adults
of all ages
Press Release : Collective and traveling exhibition in Ontario
Clément Bérini; honorer, inspirer, ressembler
From the 3rd to the 24th of November 2013
Hours of Operation:
Sunday -1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday - Closed
Thursday - 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday - 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday - 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
We are always looking for volunteers to help us out with the opening of the Gallery, if you are interested please call 367-1110 for more information.
Léonard family and the rural community of Moonbeam
** Please note that the following
documents are in French only **
- Murielle Turcotte, coordonator
- Suzanne Whissell, administration
- Daniel Néron, artist
- Denise Dufour, artist
- Yvon Grzela, artist
- Réjeanne D'Amours, artist
- Debbie Rousson, artist
- Louise Mondoux, artist
- Hélène Lebrun, artist
Gallery Floor Plan
more information or to become a member, contact:
Economic Development Officer
53 St-Aubin Avenue, P.O. Box 330