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We are grateful to be hosted each week in the hub of La Pêche, the Centre Wakefield La Pêche.
The Centre is owned and run by a not-for-profit Co-operative organization with over 1,500 lifetime members.
It took more than a decade to create a membership owned cooperative for the community in Wakefield, QC. Thanks to the persistent work of dedicated volunteers and community groups, we opened our doors to the public in November 2011.
Since then, we have become a hub for arts, culture and recreation for residents from every area of the Municipality of La Pêche including Alcove, Edelweiss, East Aldfield, Farrellton, Lac Des Loups, Lascelles, Masham, Rupert and Wakefield, as well as Farm Point and Chelsea.
We hold large community events, host exquisite performances in theatre, film and music and offer excellent programming for fitness and the arts.
Our commitment is to serving our community, we hope you all become lifetime members of the cooperative and participate in its o, as our success is directly related to your participation. Join the cooperative today.
Very excited to see the incredible cast of characters from Théâtre Wakefield contribute to our programming at WKFLD.
Be sure to tune in each week as they deliver hilarious segments that will keep you entertained and wanting more!
The 100 Mile Arts Network is your one stop source for all things entertainment in the Western Quebec region.
Bringing together performers, visual artists, venue owners and managers and event organizers from throughout the Outaouais.
Installed in the 160-year-old Fairbairn farmhouse in Wakefield, La Pêche, The Fairbairn House Heritage Centre features visual displays and special exhibits, interactive and audio-visual displays, school programmes, special events and community involvement.
Quilting is as old as ancient Egypt and, in Europe, can be traced back to medieval times. Not only created for bedding, it was also created for clothing to provide warmth and comfort. Warmth, comfort and reassurance are the building blocks of the Wakefield Community Emergency Fund, so the choice of the Fund logo was directly inspired not only by the beautiful art of quilting but more so by the symbolism and the profound meaning that comes with it. Built on the square pattern of the traditional quilts, the logo incorporates a subdued W within the pattern. The sturdiest of techniques requires that the quilt layers be tied. Similarly, our community thrives on these very same ties that hold us together. Ties that have been forming for years are still growing today and multiplying, strengthening our communities’ links to one another. Quilts tell stories: stories of hardship, stories of love and it is those very stories that make our community so beautiful. Received as a gift, or passed on from generation to generation, we cherish the very thing that keeps us warm but most of all we care for it when it needs mending.