Since its establishment in 1991, the St. Norbert Arts Centre has become a cultural, historical and recreational focal point for people from all walks of life and locales. Its seclusion allows for quiet contemplation and respite from the busy urban environment.
The Centre acts as s a diverse community dedicated to the cultural, environmental, and spiritual preservation of its home—the historical Trappist Monastery site located in St. Norbert, Manitoba.
Its mission is to promote Earth, Spirit, and Culture.
Come share your special day at the charming St. Norbert Arts Centre
The St. Norbert Arts Centre is a lovely setting for formal weddings, bridal and baby showers, parties, family gatherings, Celebrations of Life, business meetings and community events. This gorgeous heritage site offers many beautiful backdrops for wedding and family photos.
Our facilities include a gallery with large windows and forest views, high ceilings and hardwood floors. Adjacent to the gallery are outdoor screen porches, an outdoor bonfire pit, grass yard and Aboriginal ceremonial grounds.
The St. Norbert Arts Centre is surrounded on three sides by the LaSalle River, old-growth forest, lush gardens and orchard. The Trappist Monastery Provincial Park hosts the breathtaking Ruins of the Monks chapel.
Friday May 3
One Night is Enough Featuring Graham Shaw with Peter Paul Van Camp
Graham Shaw will perform a body of new songs as well songs from his long career interspersed with the brilliantly written and delivered poetry by Peter Paul Van Camp.
Admission $25 for non members /$20 for SNAC members
Saturday May 4
Skin of the Moon featuring Phoebe Man
Phoebe will perform a selection of Chinese songs live with two accompanying musicians followed by a semi biographical performance art piece featuring audio, movement, dance and storytelling.
Admission $20 for non members / $15 for members