Storytelling at the Chimczuk Museum
History & heritage
Poetry & spoken word
For the second year in a row, Museum Windsor staffer Walter Petrichyn will present an evening of Storytelling at the Chimczuk Museum as part of Culture Days 2019. The line-up of local storytellers includes: Matt Steckle, Sarah Cipkar, Katherine Richard, Emma Benoit-Gonzalez, Weichun Chang, and Cloee Wroblewska. All stories have an interesting connection to Windsor-Essex. The museum's exhibitions will be open for viewing by event attendees.
This event is free.
The City of Windsor has a creative and vibrant cultural community that encourages artistic expression, and the celebration of cultural identity and cultural diversity. The Cultural Affairs Team works with the community to coordinate and facilitate exciting cultural opportunities for residents and visitors. The ongoing acquisition of public art; rich inheritance of cultural resources, stories, traditions, sites, documents, and built, social and natural heritage features help residents build and keep a sense of who they are and tell the Windsor story to the world. We partner with all levels of government, the not-for-profit sector, business and the public to make sure culture and the tourism industry benefit each other. Culture is essential to the development of our City.
401 Riverside Drive West
First Floor of the AGW Building.
This event is wheelchair accessible.