Spring Promo Closes this Week — Don’t Miss Out!

June 5, 2018

Publish your Culture Days event before June 8th at 11:59pm EDT for a chance to win* one of our five Spring Registration Promotion packages (valued at $3000) which will generate national awareness about your program!


Register your event(s) at culturedays.ca and, while you’re there, discover a wide array of resources designed to help you plan and promote successful Culture Days events. Here’s our guide on How To Be A Featured Event to get you started.

Benefits of Early Registration

Register early to increase your chances of success! With early registration you will be able to take full advantage of promo time, have more chances for shout-outs on social media, and better engage partners or potential sponsors. Organizers who register before the end of July consistently report the highest rates of success: 50% of those said their event was “very successful”!


Hot tip: You don’t need to have all the small details confirmed to register your event. Do you have a venue locked in, a general program schedule and an eye catching photo? You’re probably ready to publish! Remember, you can sign-in at any time to make edits.  Here’s our handy 5 Tips to Go from Draft to Live.


Stats courtesy of The Strategic Council, 2015.


Upcoming Webinar


Culture Days and SaskCulture co-present:

Indigenous Cultural Programming


Saskatchewan-based Arts Administrator Dominga Robinson will provide background, context and insight for building lasting partnerships with Indigenous community members and producing meaningful cultural programming. Dominga will discuss some of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, issues around cultural appropriation and terminology, treaty territory statements and more — all grounded in her experiences as an Outreach Consultant with SaskCulture and a member of the Pheasant Rump Nakota First Nation.

Visit our Culture 365 blog to read about how members of the Métis community in Saskatchewan partnered with Société historique de la Saskatchewan and Parks Canada to engage francophone students with the richness of Métis culture during Culture Days 2017.



Since 2010, Culture Days in Saskatchewan has been coordinated by SaskCulture in variety of ways, such as through the Culture Days Funding Assistance Grant Program, with support from Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation. SaskCulture also assists Culture Days event organizers with the creation and distribution of promotional materials and advertising. Find out more at www.saskculture.ca.

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