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Community Arts & Heritage Education Project (CAHEP)

  • Status:
    Non-profit, Resource, Charitable Arts Education Organization; Outreach 
  • Main Communities Served:
    Children, FNMI, Youth 
  • Main Catchment Area:
    Ontario, Thunder Bay 
  • Languages:
    English, French 
  • Arts Focus:
    All arts forms - visual arts, media arts, literary, performance, dance, drama, music, heritage 
  • Mandate/Mission:
    CAHEP is a grass-roots community-based arts and heritage education organization created to develop and implement multi-disciplinary arts and heritage programming and resources for the benefit of the Thunder Bay community. CAHEP empowers children and youth in the community of Thunder Bay by creating and implementing accessible multi-disciplinary arts and heritage programming and resources so that people will discover the joy of arts and heritage within their own lives and create a legacy by fostering a commitment to culture. We create programming that is student/child/youth centered in that they are the leaders in the creative process facilitated by the artists/arts educators in collaboration with educators/community leaders. 
  • Additional Info:
    CAHEP serves children and youth within the school system. We also work with various health and social service partner organizations serving at risk children, youth, adults, seniors and families of Thunder Bay. We offer inclusive high-quality multi-disciplinary arts and heritage programming to all cultures within our community. 
  • Main Contact Name:
    Stacey Hare Hodgins, Executive Director 
  • Secondary Contact:
    Alana Forslund, CAHEP Administrative Assistant 
  • Phone:
    (807) 766-9538 
  • Main Contact Email: 
  • Website:
  • Address:
    2200 Sleeping Giant Parkway
    Thunder Bay, ON  P7A 0E7 

Last updated on 2017-10-19 08:15:35. Photos credit of: CAHEP - Submitted by: Alana Forslund, CAHEP