The City of Kingston celebrated the fifth anniversary of the revamped Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning on Thursday night.
A special event took place to recognize and thank the many people who have contributed to the centre’s success in recent years. The King Street facility reopened on Jan. 31, 2015 after extensive renovations and is the home of the Limestone City’s arts hub.
“It’s been five years since it was reopened and refreshed and redesigned for the public to use,” says Nadine Baker, the centre’s manager. “We animate the building with our own programming — our organization, the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning — and then our tenants, they all have their own amazing program as well.”
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