Culture Days In Saskatchewan


Indoors, Outdoors and Online

September 24 – October 24, 2021

Saskatchewan Culture Days organizers are standing at the ready to launch Culture Days, the four-week national festival of arts, culture and creativity that takes place each fall.

The celebration kicks off Friday, September 24, 2021 and boasts fun, immersive and engaging arts and culture experiences for people of all ages – indoors, outdoors and online.

Culture Days in Saskatchewan activities are free for all to try. They will give everyone the opportunity to try hands-on and interactive activities to pique their interest, and ultimately their involvement, in local arts and culture opportunities and experiences.

Like 2020, this year’s celebration encompasses a wide slate of digital and in-person activities, keeping the health and safety of participants at the forefront.

“Saskatchewan is renowned for our innovation, our creativity and our community pride,” says Dean Kush, CEO, SaskCulture. “Culture Days brings all of this to center stage each year, and helps to amplify it through the incredible diversity of experiences the Saskatchewan cultural community offers, particularly with the added dimension of COVID-19 these last two years.”

Many of the events and activities taking place in the province, which can be found at, are in a digital format; in-person activities are also planned and will have COVID-19 prevention measures in place.

“SaskCulture is very proud to once again sponsor Culture Days community hubs,” adds Kush. “Culture Days in Saskatchewan Hubs are taking place in the Battlefords, Melfort, Montmartre, Moose Jaw, Pilot Butte, Prince Albert, Regina, Regina Beach, Sandy Bay, Saskatoon, Silton (with partners in Strasbourg and Nokomis), Swift Current, Weyburn, and Yorkton.

Check out for the full lineup of activities – in Saskatchewan and across the country to choose from.

For more information, contact:

Shelley Fayant Communications Consultant 306-780-9289

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