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La Fab-ulous funding

Chelsea art centre granted $624K for church upgrade

La Fab Arts Centre’s new home is about to get a serious upgrade thanks to grant funding from Quebec.


On March 3 in La Fab, Quebec Culture and Communications Minister Nathalie Roy announced over $10.2 million in grant funding for historic church revitalization projects across Quebec, including $624,762 for Grace United Church on Mill Road in Chelsea, which is now home to the La Fab arts collective.


You’d be celebrating too if you were just given over $600,000! (From left) La Fab board president and woodworker Glen Foster, La Fab board member Stefan Krauss, former La Fab treasurer Danielle Pronovost, Mill Road church purchase financier Sandy Foote, and Mill Road Community Space performance arts director and purchase financier Roberta Walker celebrate Quebec’s March 3 announcement of a $624,762 grant to revitalize the La Fab sur Mill Arts Centre building. Hunter Cresswell photo
You’d be celebrating too if you were just given over $600,000! (From left) La Fab board president and woodworker Glen Foster, La Fab board member Stefan Krauss, former La Fab treasurer Danielle Pronovost, Mill Road church purchase financier Sandy Foote, and Mill Road Community Space performance arts director and purchase financier Roberta Walker celebrate Quebec’s March 3 announcement of a $624,762 grant to revitalize the La Fab sur