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Friends and supporters participate in a ribbon cutting celebrating the return of IAC to its former location in Fairview following the arena roof collapse.

The Indefinite Arts Centre – Canada’s oldest and largest disability arts organization – started another chapter in its story as they celebrated their return home to Fairview.

More than 200 supporters of the Centre came out on a hot sunny afternoon. Children were busy doing art activities alongside Centre staff. Volunteers from RBC Royal Bank were flipping burgers. And the architectural firm DIALOG was on hand to answer questions regarding the Centre’s vision to build a new, multidisciplinary arts hub on the same Fairview site.

Local MLA Brandy Payne officially welcomed the Centre back to Fairview, and joined in a fun ribbon cutting ceremony that involved other dignitaries, Centre staff as well as artists.

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