Explore free arts and culture activities during Culture Days in Surrey
The City of Surrey, in collaboration with diverse cultural organizations and artists, is showcasing three weeks of free arts and culture-related activities as part of the national Culture Days celebration happening from September 22 to October 15.
Surrey, B.C. – The City of Surrey, in collaboration with diverse cultural organizations and artists, is showcasing three weeks of free arts and culture-related activities as part of the national Culture Days celebration happening from September 22 to October 15.
“As a long-standing supporter of Culture Days, the City of Surrey is pleased to be part of a Canada-wide network of arts and culture organizers that connect community with art and heritage,” said Ryan Gallagher, Manager of Culture. “This year, Surrey’s Culture Days features a wide range of art and heritage experiences, for all age groups and interest levels, and we welcome everyone to come explore what our community has to offer.”
Culture Days runs from September 22 to October 15 and features a variety of art-making opportunities, performances, exhibitions, and tours appropriate for all ages in Surrey. Participating venues include Clayton Community Centre, Surrey Civic Theatres, Surrey Art Gallery, Historic Stewart Farm, Museum of Surrey, and Surrey Archives. Visit the City of Surrey’s web page to learn more about Culture Days opportunities in Surrey.
Culture Days is one of the many programs, services and special events delivered by the City of Surrey’s Culture Division to foster community connections through the arts and heritage. Supporting a vibrant and engaged community, the division also takes care of a variety arts, heritage and cultural facilities throughout Surrey.
About Culture Days
Culture Days is a national celebration of arts and culture. Each year at the end of September, millions of people attend thousands of arts and culture events across Canada. Culture Days programs invite the public to get hands-on and behind-the-scenes to highlight the importance of arts and culture in our communities. Culture Days serves as a year-round catalyst that connects individuals and creators to build measurable support for the entire sector and amplify its contributions. They seek to eliminate barriers to access and participation, and stimulate understanding, appreciation and exploration of arts and culture—so that every person in the country has a deeper connection with themselves, their communities, and Canada.