A Postcard Story is a story or poem that is 100 words maximum. By nature, it is short and sweet—like writing a real postcard—and can be written by adults and children alike. Think small, but fun, and really engaging. This year’s theme for Culture Days is: Unexpected Intersections. Normally, you might send friends and loved ones a postcard while you’re travelling or when you’re far from home. But now, under these strange new circumstances, why not write a postcard from home? Do you have memories and moments from a special place, or from previous Culture Days weekends? What are some of the unexpected intersections you have faced, or are currently facing? Share your postcard here, and remember… keep it to less than 100 words. We may even pick a story or two to be displayed in one of our outdoor poster boxes for the community to see. Deadline to send your story is September 28, 2020 at 11:59pm.
This event is free.
The Burlington Performing Arts Centre
Set your scene at The Burlington Performing Arts Centre (BPAC) – just steps from Lake Ontario on Burlington’s beautiful waterfront. BPAC is a charitable, not-for-profit organization. It is a vibrant, Gold LEED Certified venue, a presenter, a cultural developer, an educator and a community hub. The facility features a 720-seat Main Stage; a 165-seat Community Studio Theatre; a bright and spacious Family Lobby and an outdoor Plaza. BPAC presents a diverse season of professional entertainment, featuring over 70 performances each year in every genre, as well an Education Series, festivals, workshops and community engagement events. BPAC is also a rental facility, working with local community groups, promoters, dance competitions, corporate events and more.
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This year’s theme for Culture Days is: Unexpected Intersections. Normally, you might send friends and loved ones a postcard while you’re travelling or when you’re far from home. But now, under these strange new circumstances, why not write...
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