Montrose Cultural Centre (MCC) is a contemporary, 105,000 square foot, eco-friendly facility and serves as the anchor for cultural celebration in downtown Grande Prairie. MCC is home to the stunning Art Gallery of Grande Prairie, the modern Grande Prairie Public Library, and a tasty Esquires Coffee House with adjoining outdoor patio space. Inside you will also find the Teresa Sargent Hall, public meeting rooms, underground parking, access to the Mamawe Concourse and a high level of customer accessibility.
This vibrant, cultural hub fosters diverse celebrations, artistic expression, and local heritage appreciation while offering an abundance of free community resources for the residents of the City of Grande Prairie and surrounding communities.
It features 16 parking spaces above ground and 88 underground spaces for your convenience.
Teresa Sargent Hall (TSH)
The naturally bright, beautiful Teresa Sargent Hall offers 5,000 square feet of indoor rental space suitable for community programming, cultural celebrations, artisan exhibitions, formal receptions, and more.
Call (780) 830- 7090 for bookings.
The Grande Prairie Public Library is equipped with the latest technology and offers a quiet atmosphere for book lovers. This beautiful two story facility houses a wide range of services and modern amenities.
The Library also rents out space for meetings and work shops.
Visit their website for more information.
The Art Gallery of Grande prairie maintains the largest public art collection in the Peace Region and is one of the largest free admission galleries in Western Canada. It has earned a "Category A" designation, allowing it to preserve and exhibit artworks to the highest of national standards . Visit their website for more details.
Located at the south entrance to the Montrose Cultural Centre, Mamawe concourse features a large, open space designed for year-round community activities such as outdoor programming, cultural celebrations, and public events.
Mamawe Concourse recognizes the important relationship between the City of Grande Prairie and the Indigenous People in our region. Mamawe, a Woodland Cree term meaning Gathering was chosen for this site in consultation with Traditional Elders.
In recognition of Indigenous People’s contribution, Mamawe honours this public space for everyone to gather in the Spirit of Reconciliation. Mamawe Concourse is a place to celebrate our rich and diverse cultures in the heart of the City.
For more information about booking your next event on the Mamawe Concourse, email MCC@cityofgp.com