Arts, Culture & Heritage Board

The City of Brooks owns and operates the Arts, Culture & Heritage Centre to assist in providing opportunities in arts, culture, and heritage programs within the City of Brooks and Brooks Region. The building is 3, 552 sqft. and equipped with 2 bathrooms, a kitchen with a new fridge and stove, chairs, tables, and more. The building capacity is 111 people and the perfect place to host your event rich with arts, culture, and heritage.

Looking to Rent Our Facility?

Rental terms and costs can be viewed in the ACH Centre Rental Agreement

If you are interested in viewing or renting the Arts, Culture, and Heritage Centre please text or call (texting preferred) 403-501-8341 to connect with one of our volunteers.

511 – 2nd Street West
Brooks, Alberta

building photo 3 april 2020
building photo 1 april 2020
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Board Vacancies

The Arts, Culture, and Heritage Board acts as an advisory committee to assist Council in providing opportunities in arts, culture, and heritage programs and facilities within the City. This Board is very active and can be found hosting and coordinating events or promoting and advertising for other local partners. 

If you are interested in joining this Board, please fill out this form and send it to

If you have any further questions, please contact:

Natasha Laviolette
Recreation Supervisor, City of Brooks


  • Seven public members appointed by City Council
  • One City Council member
  • Six Citizens at Large

Function & Duties

  • Consulting on all matters of policy affecting arts, culture, and heritage and provide advice to Council on arts, cultural and heritage items.
  • To make contact and create relationships with groups or special interest groups of arts, culture, and heritage.
  • To be involved in promoting fundraising for specific arts, culture, and heritage projects as deemed appropriate by Council.
  • To identify the need for new or expanded arts, culture, and heritage programs and make recommendations to Council to implement and promote these programs.
  • To study conditions and keep informed for the purpose of developing immediate and long-range plans to meet arts, culture, and heritage needs.
  • To encourage and facilitate joint initiatives between other City Committees and/or Departments, local businesses and industry, education institutions, community groups, and Council.
  • To ensure all sectors of the community within the City have the opportunity to provide input into the directions and issues considered by the Board.

Term of Office

  • Members of Council - a one-year term
  • Citizens-At-Large appointed to the Board may serve a maximum of three consecutive two-year terms