Frequently asked questions

Is the Marsh Street Centre open?

The Marsh Street Centre is continuing to follow the recommended Public Health guidelines and regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

What are the office hours?

Due to the current situation you contact us at

How does the Marsh Street Centre generate revenue?

Thanks to the generosity of many in our community and focused fundraising initiatives on the part of MSC board members and volunteers, we have been able to meet our financial commitments thus far. While our fundraising concerts and events are on hold for the time being, the Board continues to pursue provincial and federal grants and is actively keeping up its fundraising activities.

How can I help?

Volunteers are at the heart of our community. We can always use an extra helping hand, whether it’s with renovations, membership drives or fundraising.

My membership has expired. How do I renew?

Your memberships are more important now than ever. Go here to sign up.

What’s next for the Marsh Street Centre?

Your Board and staff are working harder than ever to “keep the lights on” and ensure that the Marsh will be ready to open its doors wide when restrictions are lifted. Renovations are well underway on a new and improved patio; talks are underway with the Town of The Blue Mountains in the event that we might need a “financial safety net;” and, as always, fundraising is top of mind.

How do I make a donation?

The Marsh Street Community Centre is a non profit, charitable organization dedicated to keeping this historic facility available to all in the community for performing arts and community based events. We rely on donors, sponsors and members to keep the Centre viable and available to all in the community. All donations are considered tax deductible. Go here if you would like to donate

How do I help with the fundraising efforts?

Your support is always appreciated. Please contact Jan Seneshen for more details