Through arts, culture, and storytelling, the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre aims to interpret the natural and built heritage of the Lakeshore Grounds and to engage the surrounding community through exhibitions and cultural programming. We focus primarily on themes of education, mental health, indigenous history, environmental sustainability, and civic engagement.
Operated by Humber College, under the Office of the Principal, Lakeshore campus and the Faculty of Social and Community Services.
Read more about us in our 2019-2023 Strategic Plan.
The Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre proudly presents the first, official Shore Stories Zine.
A zine is like a magazine, but self-created, and self-published. Our zine was inspired by our 2019 Summer Workshop Series, led by Caitie McKinnon. Shore Stories provides a place for our staff and volunteers to share their stories, research, and behind-the-scenes moments!
If you would like to contribute to the next issue, please reach out.
Click the image, or this link to see our Fall 2019 edition of Shore Stories.
Feb 17 Closed for Family Day
*The Interpretive Centre will be closed Saturdays in January while we install our next exhibit;
the Third Floor Gallery will remain open 10am-2pm Saturdays throughout the month of January.