There will be lots to do in Burlington this weekend as we enjoy Culture Days and Doors Open Burlington.
Culture Days takes place from September 26 to September 28 with lots of free activities planned across the city. This national initiative is designed to raise the awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of residents in the arts and cultural life. The cultural community in Burlington has come together to present over 60 free events this weekend with over 100 artists.
City Hall’s Civic Square will become Culture Square on Friday with dancers, contemporary artists, musicians, photographers, painters, movie makers, poets, actors, heritage information, and woodcarvers. There will be opportunities for hands-on participation as well. Visit the city’s Culture Days webpage for more information and a full schedule of the events taking place across the city from Friday to Sunday.
Doors Open is a province wide event that runs from April to October, providing residents and visitors the opportunity to discover the historical, heritage, natural and cultural resources in communities across the province. Saturday, September 27 is Doors Open Burlington. Residents and visitors to the City of Burlington will have a chance to celebrate our community’s heritage through learning and exploring spaces that normally are not open to the general public or which usually have an admission fee. Admission is free to all residents. Continue reading