Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery
The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery provides a full-range of art education and public programs including talks, tours, and special events that seek to inspire creativity and excitement for the visual arts within the community.
These exhibits are always fresh and ever changing. Check via their website for the most current displays and the fun local happenings for children and families.
Stunning art gallery. They showcase 1st class artwork in a small, modern gallery. Super friendly and knowledgeable staff. 100% recommended, esp. for a rainy day. Close by restaurants and coffee shop. Admission is by donation.
“Our movie theatre! Its new, were pretty pumped. It even has an IMAX theatre (whaaaaaaaaaaaat :O). ”
“Seriously my favourite breakfast spot! Enjoy a mimosa over the marina while indulging in a delicious breakfast. ”
“Beautifully renovated theatre downtown with a full schedule of great shows!”
“FREE ADMISSION & Conservation area - Sizable wetlands providing a habitat for many plant & bird species, including migratory waterfowl. Plenty of activities like hiking, fishing and a picnic area too. Here is a merely a snippet of info from their website: "The Wawanosh Wetlands Conservation Area is part of a series of continentally important wetlands located in southwestern Ontario. It continues to provide critical habitat for North American waterfowl species, as well as other migrating species. The region is host to over 700 species of plants, 220 species of birds and a wide array of mammals, fish, reptiles and amphibians. ”
“Centennial Park is a charming park for visitors and residents who want to be near Sarnia’s scenic waterfront. In the winter holiday season, there is the Festival of Lights. You can enjoy a stroll through the exhibit sipping on a hot cup of cocoa. Folks of all ages enjoy this seasonal event and many families are in attendance to help get in the spirit. In the spring/summer/fall months, there are some lovely gardens to take in and fountains to dip your toes into while enjoying the path along the waterfront. You may see folks biking, roller-blading, or just strolling by...”