Kleinburg is a small unincorporated village located in the city of Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. It is home to the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, a major art gallery, and the Kortright Centre, a conservation area. In 2001, the village and its surrounding communities had a population of 4,595; the village itself has 282 dwellings, with a population of 952. Kleinburg comprises a narrow section of hilly landscape situated between two branches of the Humber river. The historic village is bounded by Highway 27 on the west and Stegman’s Mill Road to the east.
The McMichael Canadian Art Collection offers its visitors a unique and truly Canadian experience. From the art within the gallery on its walls to the surrounding landscape, the McMichael is the perfect gallery for an introduction to Canada’s art, its peoples, their cultures and their history.
Renowned for its devotion to collecting only Canadian art, the McMichael permanent collection consists of almost 6,000 artworks by Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven, their contemporaries, and First Nations, Inuit and other artists who have made a contribution to Canada’s artistic heritage.
The gallery welcomes on average 110,000 visitors annually.
The hallmark of The Doctor's House is attentive service, elegant surroundings and superb cuisine. The House itself encompasses a world of history and old-age charm, dating back to 1974, when the original livery was built. The ambiance is reminiscent of the arly Canadian past in architectural design, antiques and collectables. The Doctor's house includes a traditional Dining Room where lunch, dinner, and brunch are served regularly. It also houses five finely appointed banquet rooms to hold your private functions in.
Avenue Market Cafe
Kleinburg Christian High
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An annual Kleinburg highlight in September is the Binder Twine Festival. It began in the late 1800′s when farmers came to the community to buy twine to bind their sheaves of wheat together. Charlie Shaw, owner of Shaw’s Hardware Store in Kleinburg, offered food and entertainment to the visiting farmers and an annual celebration was born, continuing until his death in 1931.
In 1967, a small committee revived the concept of Binder Twine as Kleinburg’s centennial project. It was so successful that it once again became an annual event. Occurring on the first Saturday after Labour Day, this exciting festival features juried craft exhibitors, great food and entertainment. It is organized and run entirely by over 800 volunteers from the community. Its success has resulted in benefits to the community, such as Binder Twine Park, support for local schools and clubs, new street signage, Kleinburg New Forest, and much more! There is a very special spirit of cooperation and celebration – "a community brought together with a common goal"
Set amid the rolling hills and forests of the Humber River Valley, "our Championship Golf Course takes full advantage of its beautiful location in Kleinburg, Ontario."
Designed by renowned Canadian Architect Doug Carrick, Copper Creek is one of the top daily fee courses in the GTA.
Our 40,000 square foot clubhouse, perched atop the Humber River Valley is complete with every amenity imaginable. Everything about Copper Creek is done with one thing in mind – to ensure your day is a picture of perfection.