The Sundre & District Allied Arts Society built and maintains the Sundre Arts Centre. The facility operates year round and hosts:
• Dance - regular classes, workshops, and recitals. • Theatre - adult and student drama groups rehearse and perform numerous plays annually. • Music - our Society hosts at least 5 concerts each year, featuring well-known and rising artists, plus recitals, and privately sponsored concerts. • Schools - regularly have drama and arts classes, clinics, demonstrations, and other events at the Centre. • Community events - fashion shows, fundraisers, public speaking, movie nights, talent contests, meetings, and Community Awards Night. • Private Events - such as weddings, celebrations, corporate meetings, and workshops.
Our Society is a not-for-profit Society registered with Alberta Corporate Affairs and is an approved Canadian Charity (CRA Status - Click Here). The facility was built and is maintained entirely by volunteers.
We boast the best sound system in the area, have excellent theatre lighting, good acoustics, a Yamaha C7 grand piano, seating and tables for up to 180 persons, dishes, cutlery, and a commercial dish machine. The Arts Centre’s approved occupancy load is for 130 people (table and chair seating) and 180 people (assembly seating).
The Sundre & District Allied Arts Society (SDAAS) built and maintains the Sundre Arts Centre. SDAAS is a registered non-profit society, holds a charitable status with the CRA, and is managed entirely by volunteers!
The Sundre Music Series is managed by a sub-committee of the SDAAS' Board of Directors and we cover only our expenses.
Peak Theatre Players is an independent non-profit society that has Director which sits on the SDAAS Board.
Studio K Dance Gallery is an independent dance studio that has a Director which sits on the SDAAS Board.
Sundre High School and River Valley School have Directors which sit on the SDAAS Board.