BIG NEWS, Culture Days event and activity registration is now open, easier to use, and contains more choices to showcase expression than ever before. The only thing missing is your contribution! Whether indoors, outdoors, or online, share creativity that’s all your own.
Culture Days 2021: September 24 to October 24, 2021
Culture Days invites organizers to register their activities and hubs for the extended 4-week event. Again this year, we’re supporting in-person Culture Days events*, while expanding to showcase online presentations, livestreams, and self-guided activities.
*We recommend planning in-person events with limited or pre-registered capacities. Organizers must ensure they are adhering to regional government and public health guidelines in their jurisdiction.
RE:IMAGINE with us. Are you in?
If you’re ready to go, sign in or create an account. We’ll walk you through the process once you’re signed in to your Dashboard.
For returning organizers, we’ve added 2 new features, Organizer Profiles and Venue, to make your registration experience that much easier. If you’re new to Culture Days or thinking about participating, 2021 is the year to do it! Here are a few ways to kick-start your creative planning:
- Check out our latest updates on 2021 Culture Days along with some provincial info.
Need activity planning inspo? Explore our updated Programming Ideas page, which now includes more creative ways to think about programming in light of COVID-19. Plus, we’ve developed an Online Programming resource for those who are ready to get digital!
Browse through the Participation Guide to learn more about making the most of your planning.
We’ve set up a handy FAQ for those unfamiliar with how Culture Days works.
Are you already in the process of recording an online concert, or filming a behind-the-scenes tour while your facility is closed? If you have digital content that will be online and accessible throughout Culture Days, you can register it now.
Visit your Dashboard now!
Culture Days 2021 is from September 24 through October 24, 2021.
We can’t wait to see what you bring to the party!
Join the campaign
Our campaign posters for 2021 are ready to go! We’re offering a few different options this year in an effort to be as flexible as possible. Choose the poster that resonates the most with you and share it with your network.
More options also means more opportunity to customize in your Dashboard. You will be able to adjust the body text and add a QR code to the graphic posters, or make it your own and use the blank template to share news about your activities. Stay tuned as we release other items over the summer.
Humans, being: A self-care check-in
Hey you(th), how you doin’? COVID-19 has, and will, impact the mental health of people everywhere and finding accurate information and appropriate resources can be hard. Jack.org, School Mental Health Ontario, and Kids Help Phone have partnered to create an incredible hub of resources to help you take care of yourself and look out for the people you love during this challenging time.
Jack.org is Canada’s only charity training and empowering young leaders to revolutionize mental health in every province and territory. Through various programs and initiatives, young leaders identify and dismantle barriers to positive mental health in their communities.
Access the COVID-19 Youth Mental Health Resource Hub
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