The City of Clarence-Rockland organises many activities to entertain the community. Every year, the City hosts you at the du Moulin Park for the Ottawa River Festival and Canada Day. The City is also the organizer of the Christmas parade of lights and is an important partner in the organization of activities like movies under the stars, free swim and skate days, arts exhibition and much more. Visit this section regularly to learn about our activities.
The City of Clarence-Rockland is proud to present its virtual art exhibition. Hunter Dundon and Denise Legault are the artists featured for August.
Denise Legault is native of Northern Ontario and has lived in Clarence Creek for many years. Acrylic paint is her preferred medium, even if she has been formed with oil paint. Living in the country gives her lots of inspiration and she never lacks subjects for her paintings. Nature can be discovered in several of her works.
Hunter Dundon is an 8-year-old Rockland based artist that will be entering Grade 4 at Rockland Public school this coming fall. Hunter has been making art since he was a toddler and loves using his hands to create using a variety of mediums. This past year during the pandemic Hunter spent his time drawing and painting while doing virtual school. His work is inspired by famous Canadian artists such as The Group of Seven, indigenous art and pop culture. Hunter hopes to one day have his art displayed in the National Arts Gallery of Canada.