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

Family Fishy Fun

History & heritage Indigenous Intercultural Nature & outdoors Storytelling
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ACT Arts Centre, Haney House and Library

Maple Ridge, BC

Directions: Celebrate Culture Days BC 10th anniversary on September 27, 28, and 29! The provincial launch will be hosted in Mission on Sept. 22 at 1pm, Heritage Park Centre. Join Canadians across Maple Ridge, the province and nation in this annual celebration of culture with activities for all ages and FREE! Our themed activities this year corresponds with community health and well-being. Get a passport and collect stamps at the different locations to win some prizes!.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


Celebrate Culture Days with us as we explore Maple Ridge’s “fishy” past. Try your hand at different crafts and hands on activities including engaging activities with Artists in Residence Gerry Sheena, Manuel Strain and Natali Leduc; learn how to mend fish nets and hear fishing stories from Kwantlen Elder Barrie Brown.

Take part in our Passport Challenge and be entered into our prize draw for your chance to win exciting prizes!

We invite you to join us afterwards for Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia’s production of the popular children’s book The Rainbow Fish at 3pm. Tickets can be purchased online at, in person at our Ticket Centre or by telephone - 604.476.2787.



City of Maple Ridge, Coast Salish Arts and Cultural Society

The Coast Salish Arts & Cultural Society is a not for profit organization dedicated to empowering Indigenous artists to share their gifts. We facilitate workshops and other cultural events to help revitalize traditional culture in our community and beyond.

While we are called "Coast Salish Arts & Cultural Society", our mandate is to support all indigenous artists across the globe.


Chantelle Wegwitz