Performing Arts sets out what it plans to do on Culture Day - nothing yet from city hall.

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September 14th, 2017



As part of Culture Days, The Burlington Performing Arts Centre is hosting an Arts and Culture Marketplace, opening the doors to showcase local arts organizations, groups, and artists. The marketplace will be held in The Centre’s lobby on Saturday, September 30 from 10am–4pm.

The event is free.

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The Burlington Teen Tour Band will be on hand to tell their story.

Stop by with your family and friends throughout the day to participate in arts and culture activities.

Meet The Burlington Performing Arts Centre’s Executive Director, Tammy Fox, between 12pm-2pm in the lobby.

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Some of the work hat has come out of the Kirkland Lynch Studio.

Participating groups include: Aldershot Players, Arts & Culture Council of Burlington, Art Gallery of Burlington, Art in Action Studio, Burlington Civic Chorale, Burlington Concert Band, Burlington Fine Arts Association, Burlington Footnotes, Burlington New Millennium Orchestra, Burlington Public Library, Burlington Suzuki School of Music, FLK Taoist Tai Chi, Harbourtown Sound, Lowville Festival, Kirkland Lynch Studio Gallery, Mark Zelinski – Photographer, New Horizons Adult Concert Band, Red Leaf Cultural Integration, Rotary Burlington Music Festival, Sahaja Yoga Meditation, soFX, Symphony on the Bay, and The Burlington Slam Project.

Wow! That is an impressive list.

Each group will share their history, future plans, memberships, auditions, and information on upcoming performances.

Many people in the arts community are grumbling about what little is being heard from city hall on the Culture Day program.

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