Hanover is celebrating all things culture today, and the bulk of the activities take place at Heritage Square.
Economic Development Manager April Marshall invites the public to come out and enjoy interactive displays that includes games, props, costumes, performances and a chance to connect with a number of local organizations.
The Square will be bustling with culture all morning as the Grey Bruce Singers, the Hanover community Players, the local Lions Club, Library, Community Players Theatre group, the Hanover Bentinck & Brant Agriculture Society as well as the Sing! Show Chorus intermingle with the Eat Well Farmers Market.
Across the street at St. Matthews Lutheran Church there is also a Heritage Archives display, and the public is also invited to participate in a self-guided tour of the Saugeen Artists Guild Downtown Street Banner Project.
Off site at 537 11th Ave, culture seekers are welcomed to check out a unique natural art display in a local's backyard called The Tree House Art of Nature.
Marshall says the local artist works with natural elements such as stones and branches to create beautiful artwork.
This Natural Art Display is an exhibit comprised of 50 samples of Naturally Formed Art.
Marshall strongly encourages art lovers to drop by and check it out, saying it must be seen in order to truly appreciate the beauty of it.
There also a few other activities to take in such as the Hope Community Church scavenger hunt and BBQ as well as free try outs for gymnastics.
Culture Days is part of a national celebration of arts and culture.
Marshall says Hanover's local celebration ties in with the Town's Culture Master Plan.
For a full listing of events visit www.hanover.ca .