Update February 5th, 2020:
The Central Cariboo Arts Centre is closed to the public in accordance with provincial health guidelines.
The CCACS takes no responsibility for any health changes resulting from an Arts Centre visit. Rental groups must be able to provide a complete list of all Arts Centre attendees upon request.
Maximum capacity for our rental rooms is reduced to 25 people in the Graham Kelsey Room and 6 people in the Open Studio. Depending on your event and room set up, the capacity limits may be further reduced at the discretion of the Arts Centre Administrator. A two-three day gap is left between every booking.
As the Arts Centre is a user run facility with no supervision, the rental group take all responsibility in ensuring they:
- Follow hygiene guidelines
- Understand the risk they are taking on by using the Arts Centre
- Are comfortable and feel safe to be inside the Arts Centre.
ALL Arts Centre users are expected to:
- wash or sanitise their hands upon entering and before leaving.
- comply with governmental recommendations regarding physical distancing and hygiene.
ALL Arts Centre users are encouraged t0:
- wear a face mask
Those who SHOULD NOT enter the Arts Centre:
- anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 including fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat and painful swallowing.
- anyone under the direction of the provincial health officer to self-isolate
- anyone who has arrived from outside of Canada, or who is a contact of a confirmed COVID-19 case.
- anyone who doesn’t feel comfortable being in a user run facility.
We appreciate your patience and understanding. This is a very fluid time, and updates will be given as changes occur.
Last updated: 5 February 2020
By contract with the City of Williams Lake, the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society has the responsibility for managing the Central Cariboo Arts Centre, located at 90 Fourth Avenue North in the retired Williams Lake fire hall.
The Central Cariboo Arts Centre is for the benefit of all residents of the City of Williams Lake and Areas “D”, “E” and “F” of the Cariboo Regional District. It provides that benefit by housing and showcasing the arts and artistic activity.
The Arts Centre is home to four tenant groups, and also has designated general space available for meetings, displays, art shows and sales, classes, demonstrations, concerts and performances by the region’s arts groups. General space may be used for functions by non-arts groups or individuals provided that their use of the room does not conflict with use by members of the arts community, and they agree to pay the appropriate fees.
Arts Centre Administrator Emily Clearwater would be happy to assist you with bookings or general inquiries:
Mondays, 10am to 3pm
Wednesdays, 10am to 3pm
Thursdays, 12pm to 5pm
Temporarily closed to the public in accordance with provincial health guidelines