Connect, network and discuss cultural issues that matter September 29 & 30th.
Cultural Days Burlington is a 2 day event to discover a world of artists, musicians, storytellers, and other creative professionals. Explore local community, roots, and culture inclusive of diversity.
Learn from creative thought leaders. Share each other’s experiences while enjoying the free hands-on interactive activities.
Excited to share that you will have a second chance to see some of the artists who participated in the HBHAS summer art exhibition in Halton Hills. Those participating are, Georgian Fullerton, Ian Grant, Amber Carroll, and Lisa Meecham.
See you there!!
“Let the beauty of what you love be what you do.” ~RUMI
The Arts Contribute To Community Vitality.
Thanks to the support of our local government helping to raise awareness for community events like the Emancipation Art Exhibition, “Celebrating Freedom.” Arts creates a strong shared identity and instills pride in our community cultural heritage.
Thank you Arif Virani, Member of Parliament, Parkdale-High Park and Mayor Rick Bonnette, Town of Halton Hills for your support visiting our 2nd annual Art Exhibition.
Participation in the arts and culture brings community together. It helps improve social inclusion leading the way for positive experiences with diversity, tolerance and free expression. Together we feel safer, stronger. Our community united.
Make Halton Hills Cultural Centre your summer destination. Drop in and discover something new and exciting!!!
The art exhibit, “Celebrating Freedom” runs until September 1st.
For more information contact;
Curator, Helson Gallery
Halton Hills Cultural Centre
Town of Halton Hills
9 Church St., Halton Hills ON L7G 2A3
Phone: 905.877.7915 x2536
Halton Harps shared a delightful afternoon yesterday with the Girl Guides in Mississauga. The Brampton Room was full of activity, music, laughter and song. We’ve also been invited to present our workshop to another group of Girl Guides in Woodstock later this year.