Culture Days is a national initiative that began in 2010. Kindersley has participated in Culture Days since its beginning. A wide range of interactive and diverse cultural activities in Kindersley provide excellent opportunities for hands-on cultural experiences. Saskatchewan artists and cultural workers engage new audiences and share their skills and talents with the community. Kindersley’s Culture Days have featured ethnic cuisine, music, art and literature from around the world. Culture Days encourage and inspire people to try something new and contributes significantly to community involvement in Kindersley.
Creative Writing Workshop
Date: September 30th, 2016
Location: Kindersley Library (104 Princess St.)
Activity: Meet with authors to talk about their passions and theirunique tips on cretive writing. Finish the evening with creating your own piece, such as a poem or a short story, to take home with you. This event is in partnership with the Kindersley Library.
Date: October 1st, 2016
Location: Garden Gallery (311 Main St.)
Activity: Meet with local artist and Gallery owner, Devon Coles, to discuss his art and different tips, demonstrations, and tricks for working with pottery. Participants will also have the opportunity to throw clay on the wheel and view the art gallery. This event is in partnership with the Garden Gallery .
K-Town Chowdown: A Taste of Ethnic Cuisine
Date: October 2nd, 2016
Location: Elks Hall (904 9th Ave. W)
Activity: Community members volunteer to cook dishes from their personal heritage and offer fellow citizens the opportunity to sample. This event encourages participants to taste new dishes and interact with the volunteer chefs to learn more about different cultures and cuisines.
We Need Cooks!
Interested in cooking for the K-Town Chowdown? Preparation cooking time for the event will be on October 2nd from 12-4pm. Chefs will be reimbursed for ingredients purchased for the event.
Please contact email@example.com or call 306-463-2675 to register!