First Nations Celebration receives funding
MP Ben Lobb, Member of Parliament for Huron—Bruce, today announced support from the Government of Canada for the 2nd Annual Celebration of First Nations in Huron County celebrating the local arts and focusing on First Nations culture in Huron County.
Government is proud to support the Heritage and Culture Partnership,”
said MP Lobb. “By partnering with communities to support activities that
celebrate our shared history and our rich cultural diversity, we are
fulfilling our commitment to strengthen our communities and support
arts, culture and heritage.”
09/09/2009 09:19 PM
The Heritage and Culture Partnership has received funding of $10,065 to help present its 2nd Annual Celebration of First Nations in Huron County, which will take place October 3rd and 4th at The Blyth Festival, Blyth, Goderich Library and Huron County Museum, Goderich and the Clan Gregor Square in Bayfield.
The Government of Canada created the Building Communities Through
Arts and Heritage program in September 2007. This program provides
Canadians with more opportunities to take part in local activities that
present arts and culture and celebrate local history and heritage. This
program will benefit many community events and celebrations throughout
Canada this year.
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