Alberta Culture Days

Join us for this 3 day celebration of arts, culture and heritage.

Hourly Schedule

Friday, September 27th

9am - 3pm
Author Visit at Stony Plain Public Library
Alberta author Sally Lee Baker will share some of her wacky and wonderful Alphabet series.

Saturday, September 28th

11am - 3pm
Harvest Festival at Stony Plain and Parkland Pioneer Museum
Enjoy an old fashioned harvest with threshing and vintage machinery in a beautiful heritage village. Pan for gold, create a pumpkin patch craft and see demonstrations of how life was lived during pioneering times.
11am - 3pm
Weaving and Woolworking Demonstrations at Jo's Yarn Garden
Discover the intricate art of weaving, spinning and other fiber creations as talented artisans create beauty before your eyes.
11am - 3pm
Bannock Making & Tipi Tales at Stony Plain Public Library
Join Philip Campiou around the fire as you make bannock and learn more about Indigenous culture.
11am - 4pm
Parkland Potters' Guild
For the Kids: Roll up a ball of clay, run it through the slap roller and then press images of leaves and sticks to create a piece of art.

For the Adults: Observe and then attempt to throw a bowl or build a hand pinched bowl.
11am - 3pm
Make and Take at The Barn Owl
Create a family woodcraft project to take home.
11am - 3pm
Temporary art exhibit of Haiku Poetry at Parkland Potters' Guild and Multicultural Heritage Centre
A temporary art exhibit of Haiku Poetry will be featured on the streets of Stony Plain. The poetry will be painted onto the sidewalks. Poets will be on-site in both locations to share interactive ideas to encourage members of the community to create their own poetic works. (Organized by the Parkland Poet's Society and the Town of Stony Plain)
11am - 3pm
Collaborative art exhibit at Multicultural Heritage Centre
Stony Plain Library's Photography Club and the Parkland Poets' Society have combined their artistic talents to produce a collaborative art exhibit. Artists will be on site to discuss the photographny and poetry pairings and share information about pursuing these art forms.

Sunday, September 29th

11am - 3pm
An Exploration of the Senses at Multicultural Heritage Centre
See art being created before your eyes by talented local artists, hear live jazz music, touch and create a cultural craft, smell assorted spices and share recipes from diverse cultural backgrounds, taste samples of preserves made from produce grown at the Centre.

View photography and poetry pairings by the Photography Club and Parkland Poets.

The Public Art Gallery and Museum will also be open for your enjoyment.

Date

Sep 27 2019 - Sep 29 2019

Location

Multicultural Heritage Centre
5411 51 St, Stony Plain T7Z 1B7

Location 2

Crooked Pot Gallery
4912 51 Ave, Stony Plain T7Z 1S4

Location 3

Stony Plain & Parkland Pioneer Museum
5120 41 Ave, Stony Plain T7Z 1L5
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