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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

WaterDocs & EcoFilms present: Short Water Documentaries

Film & video Kids Nature & outdoors Storytelling Youth & teens
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Library and Cultural Centre, John Elliott Theatre

Halton Hills, ON

Directions: In the John Elliott Theatre.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


Short water stories from around the world that you won’t want to miss about the well-being of our rivers, lakes, and oceans. On Saturday come experience "Waterway Jay", "Swim, Drink, Fish", "Fred the Pufferfish", "Alice's Garden", "the Return of Harbour Porpoises", "Keeper of the Creek", "For the Love of Salmon", "Gracie White Eagle & Cathy Cain", "For the Love of the Reef", "Elemental", and "A Word to the Wise".

On Sunday come dive into the oceans and watch "Birthplace", "Hundred Year Old Whale", "Skeleton Sea", "To the Orcas, With Love", and "Oceans into the Classroom".

All films are appropriate for ages 6 and up.



Halton Hills EcoFilm Fest

The Halton Hills EcoFilm Fest is celebrating its 5th year and screens 6 exceptional, environmental documentaries from January to June. Topics explore climate change, healthy living, water preservation, Earth care, and biocultural diversity.


This event is part of a hub:

Downtown Georgetown Corridor

Cultural Services, Town of Halton Hills Halton Hills, ON

Downtown Georgetown will be a vibrant and energetic corridor during the Culture Days weekend. This beautiful, historic cluster of natural areas, businesses and public spaces is sure to be the perfect spot to start your Culture Days weekend....