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September 24, 2020
North Shore Culture Days this weekend!

The third annual Culture Days weekend kicks off in communities across Canada this Friday, September 28 and runs through Saturday, September 29th and Sunday, September 30th. Here on Vancouver's North Shore, we're embarking on our first-ever North Shore Culture Days celebrations with FREE activities happening in theatres, libraries, artist studios, community centres, hotels and cafes from Deep Cove to Horseshoe Bay.

Arts and culture are an integral part of what makes our community so vibrant and we are very proud and excited to be participating in Culture Days. This annual event is an opportunity to publicly showcase the enormous talent and creativity that exists here in our community.

To learn more about North Shore Culture Days activities in North Vancouver and West Vancouver, look for the special North Shore Culture Days Guide & Map in the Friday September 28th issue of the North Shore News.

 

Are you ready to create, participate and celebrate in the largest ever arts and culture event in Canadian history? Highlights of the many FREE North Shore Culture Days activities include:

 

‘North Shore Idol’ Challenge – talent contest where top performer wins a spot to open for the Big River Johnny Cash Tribute concert. Sept. 28, 7pm, Kay Meek Centre.

http://culturedays.ca/en/2012-activities/view/504924ab-9f0c-48b5-9c7e-653a4c4a89be


‘The Sojourners in Concert’ – uplifting sounds of gospel, R&B and soul music at this free concert. Sept 28, 7:30pm West Vancouver Memorial Library.

http://culturedays.ca/en/2012-activities/view/4fe8b57c-0d04-45c8-8af1-21414c4a89be

 

‘Play Date! Lions Gate Sinfonia side-by-side' - Amateur local musicians can play with the pros under Conductor Clyde Mitchell.Sept. 29, 12:30-2pm, Centennial Theatre.

http://culturedays.ca/en/2012-activities/view/4f9ebfd0-02f0-4c10-82d4-74f74c4a89be

 

‘Mirare Unveiling'– meet artists Cheryl Hamilton and Michael Vandermeer, and District Mayor Richard Walton at this new public art unveiling.   Sept. 28, 4pm, Princess Park (parking lot), Lynn Valley.

http://culturedays.ca/en/2012-activities/view/504e3eaa-24b8-4aa1-b664-1ecf4c4a89be


‘Upcycling for Everyone!’– a hands-on workshop with crafty options for learning how to re-love discarded items. Sept. 29, 1:30-3pm, North Van City Library.

http://culturedays.ca/en/2012-activities/view/4fda3720-6094-4f58-ae29-629a4c4a89be


'First Nations Music, Dance & Art'– interactive mural painting with artist Latash Nahanee. Sept. 29, 11am–3 pm, Lynn Valley District Library.

http://culturedays.ca/en/2012-activities/view/4f9f1088-afb4-431c-9663-6ae84c4a89be

 

'Hands-On Pottery & Raku Demonstrations'– a chance to throw, spin and fire! Sept. 28, 29, 11-3pm, Pottery Studio, Parkgate Community Centre.

http://culturedays.ca/en/2012-activities/view/502ed8fb-b488-4aa8-85c4-1ffe4c4a89be

 

 

North Shore Culture Days is grateful for the support of local sponsors: the North Shore News, Vancouver’s North Shore Tourism Association, North Vancouver District Public Library, North Vancouver City Library, West Vancouver Memorial Library, and all three North Shore municipalities – the City and District of North Vancouver (through the Arts Office), and West Vancouver. A big thank you goes to Laura Morrison from the Capilano University Arts & Entertainment Management Program who is interning with the Arts Office this Fall.

Visit the Culture Days website and search for events by region using 'North Vancouver' and 'West Vancouver'. www.culturedays.ca

Or, visit the Arts Office website and find a complete list of North Shore Culture Days events under Promotional Events. www.artsoffice.ca

 

For more information contact Barb McLean, Cultural Development Officer

info@artsoffice.ca
604 980-3559
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