The Old Mill Site sits on the Credit River, just west of downtown Belfountain. The riverside location makes for a very special concert experience.
The Melville (White Church) was built in 1837 has been beautifully restored by the Belfountain Heritage Society. The creation of Belfountain Music Festival was inspired by the church's wonderful and warm acoustic.
This national-award-winning heritage building is now "a jewel in the crown of the GTA's arts scene". The Alton Mill is home to some 25 studio artists, a heritage museum, a lovely café, unique shops, and beautiful galleries.
This beautifully restored home in Georgetown is the home of the Georgetown Bach Chorale, who are co-presenting our concert on August 18.
The Belfountain Community Hall sits at the heart of Belfountain. Originally built in 1893 as an early lending library (called a Mechanics’ Institute), the building has been open to the public for more than 120 years.