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Alberta Culture Days

Friday, September 28, 2018 - 12:00 am to Monday, October 1, 2018 - 12:00 am

Category: Arts, Crafts, Culture,Clubs (Sports, Games, Crafts, Music...),Community Event,Concerts / Performances,Exhibits,Family / Children,Film / Theatre,Food,Free
Age Range: All Ages
Cost to Attend: No
Venue / Location: Archie Simpson Arena,Birchiwood Trails,Casman Centre,Clearwater Hotel,Community Hall - Anzac,Community Hall - Ft.Chipewyan (Mamawi),Community Room - Janvier Municipal Office,Council Chambers,Downtown (Fort McMurray),Fort McMurray Public Library,Frank Lacroix Arena,Future Forward Place,Golden Years Society,Good Shepherd School,Hardin Building,Hawkins Fire Hall,Haxton Centre / Borealis Park,Heritage Park,Jubilee Plaza,Keyano College,MacDonald Island Park /Suncor Community Leisure Ctr.,McMurray Experience,Merit Hotel,Nakewin Center- Conklin,Nistawoyou Friendship Centre,Parks Parking Lot,Peter Pond Mall,Quality Inn and Conference Centre,Reflections (within Keyano College),Sawridge Inn,Snye Park,St. Martha's School,Stonebridge Hotel,Syncrude Timberlea Athletic Park,Syncude Sport & Wellness Center,The Hub - Downtown,The Hub - Timberlea,The Redpoll Centre,Thickwood,Timberlea,Timberlea Landing,Vista Ridge,YMCA (Westwood)
Community: Fort McMurray
Registration Required: No
Event Inquiries Contact: Recreation and Culture
Contact Number: 7807437966
Contact Email: [email protected]
Event Restrictions (if any): See specific event organizer for details

Alberta Culture Days started in 2008 as Alberta Arts Day – one day to recognize the value of the province’s arts and cultural communities, with 100 events held in 30 communities. Since then, it has expanded into an annual three-day celebration.

Alberta Culture Days inspired the creation of Culture Days — a pan-Canadian movement to raise the awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of all Canadians in the arts and cultural lives of their communities.

The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo has participated in Alberta Culture Days since 2009, and showcases the community’s vibrant arts, rich heritage and cultural diversity. Wood Buffalo Alberta Culture Days is a chance for local artists and performers to shine, celebrating the unique culture, heritage, and the place we call home.