Cities, producers and organizations surrounding everything from arts to heritage are invited to register for 2017 Culture Days running from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1.
This year marks the eighth running of the creative showcase and features a three-day event inviting the public to explore, participate and share in the culture of the arts that exists in Durham Region.
Culture Days events are free, hands-on, interactive activities that invite the public to participate behind the scenes and discover the world of artists, creators, historians, architects, curators and designers at work in their communities. Last year, events in Durham Region included concerts, performances, film festivals, heritage tours, open houses, craft sessions, art exhibitions, dance workshops, storytelling, tai chi, yoga and more.
Durham Tourism is encouraging all interested participants to register their Culture Days events online as soon as possible, via the Durham Tourism and Culture Days websites. By registering an event on www.durhamtourism.ca and www.culturedays.ca, organizers will be part of both local and national marketing campaigns promoting events in the media.