August 6, 2020
North Shore Culture Days - Register Now!

North Shore Culture Days events are falling into place and the promotional wheels are starting to turn in preparation for the September 26, 27, 28 Culture Days weekend.  North Vancouver District Mayor Richard Walton, City Mayor Darrell Mussatto and West Vancouver Mayor Michael Smith will be out in full creative force on September 26th for the Culture Days Kick Off in Shipbuilders' Square at the final Friday Night Market of the season.

There's still time to get involved in the FREE promotions coordinated by North Vancouver Recreation & Culture (NVRC).  Local arts, culture and heritage groups that host a Culture Days event will be included in a special 4-page spread in the September 24th issue of the North Shore News, as well as a North Shore Culture Days brochure that will be distributed widely.  To take advantage of these promotional opportunities, events must be registered by August 27th.

 

REGISTER NOW!

  1. Your activity is FREE to the public and participatory.
  2. The activity takes place September 26, 27 or 28. 
  3. The activity is registered at www.culturedays.ca.
  4. You confirm your participation with NVRC (the Arts Office) at info@artsoffice.ca.
  5. You secure a venue, plan and assume all costs to deliver the activity.
  6. You promote your activity through your own regular channels, with the support of the promotional program coordinated through NVRC (the Arts Office).

FREE Promotion Deadline (NSNews & brochure):  Wednesday August 27, 2020

Event Listings - in addition to the listing on the Culture Days website, your event will be listed on the Arts Office website at www.artsoffice.ca/news/ns_cdays

Photo Image - a compelling photo for your event really helps, but if you don't have one, feel free to cut and paste the North Shore Culture Days image above and upload it to your event listing. Or, email Barb McLean and she will be happy to send you a 'creative' image to use.



 

For the general public, North Shore Culture Days is an opportunity to participate in the creative process, discover new places and experience the exciting 'behind the scenes' world of arts and culture happening all across our North Shore community. For local arts, culture and heritage groups, North Shore Culture Days is an opportunity to open your doors and strut your stuff, engage the community, seek out new audiences and supporters.

The fifth annual Culture Days will be celebrated in hundreds of cities and towns from coast to coast to coast, with thousands of free activities from a wide range of disciplines including: visual arts, music, dance, theatre, architecture, heritage, film and video, literature, culinary arts and new media.  Last year, 1.7 million Canadians participated in over 7,500 activities spanning over 825 communities across Canada with North Vancouver making it into the Top 10 list of cities! The momentum continues to build and participation in North Shore Culture Days 2014 is anticipated to surpass last year’s.

For more information about North Shore Culture Days visit www.artsoffice.ca/news/ns_cdays

Contact:
Barb McLean, Cultural Services Officer
North Vancouver Recreation & Culture (formerly the Arts Office)
604 982-3894
barb.mclean@artsoffice.ca