Culture Days

Celebrate BC Culture Days by joining a free Public Art & Murals Walking Tour of downtown Sechelt. This professionally-guided tour will give you an opportunity to experience some of the locally-made art in our community.

  • Friday, September 30th at 11am & 1:30pm

Meet at the Sechelt Public Library / Municipal Hall building
Tours are free, but please RSVP at ssmith@sechelt.ca

This tour will include the opportunity to discuss artworks, as well as cultural events and activities in Sechelt. Tour participants will visit at least 6 artworks including Sechelt’s newest mural and a hidden waterfront gem.

What is Culture Days?

Culture Days is a collaborative movement to encourage awareness, participation, and engagement of all Canadians in the arts and cultural life of their communities. Now in its 7th year, this Canada-wide celebration represents the largest ever public participation campaign undertaken by the arts and cultural community in this country. All Culture Days activities are free and open to the public. For more information on Culture Days, please visit culturedays.ca


Past Events:

CULTURE DAYS 2015

Sechelt Culture Days: Friday Sept 25 - Sunday Sept 27, 2015

Join the Culture Days movement and be a part of BC's largest celebration of arts, culture and heritage! There are lots of activities planned for Culture Days weekend, and a list of local events is included below. The District of Sechelt is hosting "Have your say, Sechelt!" - an opportunity for local residents to share what they love about culture. This activity will help inform the process of creating a new District of Sechelt Arts, Culture and Heritage Plan. Arts Coordinator, Siobhan Smith, wants local residents to help shape the new plan by telling her what theyabout culture. There will be two dates for this initial community consultation:

HAVE YOUR SAY, SECHELT!
Dates
: Saturday Sept 26th, 1-4pm & Sunday Sept, 27th, 1-4pm
Location: Sunshine Coast Arts Centre, 5714 Medusa St.

Click here for more info on updating the Arts, Culture and Heritage Plan

Photos

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