Participating libraries across the province are hosting public programs as part of the 2018 Ontario Culture Days weekend. From painting workshops to special effects demonstrations to dance lessons, there will be something for every interest and age level. Find out what programs are happening in your community by clicking on the name of your library system to discover a full program listing.
|Culture Days @ Toronto Public Library|
|Culture Days @ Hamilton Public Library|
|Culture Days @ Brampton Library|
|Culture Days @ Oakville Public Library|
|Culture Days @ Richmond Hill Public Library|
|Culture Days @ Halton Hills Public Library|
Participating libraries are instantly part of the Culture Days network and will receive support, resources, and promotion to help successfully implement programming. For more information, and to read about the variety of support Ontario Culture Days offers libraries, download our information package here.
Program registration is now open! Register your Culture Days @ the Library events on our website to be included in Culture Days promotions. To learn more about registration, visit our resources page or watch our recent webinar.
Artists interested in taking part in Culture Days @ the Library are invited to submit a proposal to the following calls:
Interested artists and organisations are invited to apply no later than 11:59pm on August 24.
For more details, and to apply, please click here.
The deadlines for applications to the Toronto Public Library and the Hamilton Public Library have now passed. We thank everyone who has applied to participate in the program.
“Public libraries and Culture Days are a natural match because both are about inclusion and making sure that culture is available to everyone in the community.”
-Stratford Public Library CEO (retired) Sam Coghlan
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