Thunder Bay, Ontario ---- September 29, 2012 ------ The depth of talent in Thunder Bay's arts community is a well that never seems to run dry. There are artists and musicians and craftspersons who have an amazing breadth of art and culture to share.
Culture Days opened. by Mayor Keith Hobbs, Artists, businesses and community groups throughout Thunder Bay are throughout Friday, Saturday, Sunday showing their love of culture this weekend by providing FREE, hands-on, interactive cultural activities at the 3rd annual Culture Days across Thunder Bay.
Photo of Evelyn Konrad, doing a watercolour demenstation as part of the opening cermonies.
People were able to enjoy music from the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra, and tour the exhibits and also enjoy local art.
Culture Days is a national celebration of culture that began in 2010 to raise awareness, participation and engagement of Canadians in the arts and cultural life of their communities.
Thunder Bay Venues include the Brodie Street Library,
Wire Wrapped Glass with the Glass Lady, Learn Ukrainian Dance in 90 Minutes!, Thunder Bay's Culture Days Drop-in Art Program for Kids, Art Demonstrations by Local Artists, Family Day
at Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Lakehead University Department of Visual Arts Open Studio, Live Painting at Gallery 33, Collaborative Recycled Canvas Paintings,
To find out more information and locations go to
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