Culture Counts News
Posted on Thursday, December 02, 2021 05:45 AM
The City of Oshawa offers a fun and safe way for community members to welcome 2022 at home with their family.
Oshawa Celebrates celebration kits are back and filled with fun for the whole family. This free gift bag includes an Activity Book, craft, noisemakers, hot chocolate and other surprises.
Sign up for your kit until December 12 (while supplies last) at www.oshawa.ca/oshawacelebrates and choose one of these three days and locations for a drive-thru pick up:
- Tuesday, December 14 at Delpark Community...
Posted on Thursday, November 25, 2021 09:45 AM
Upload your best holiday display photo for a chance to win!
The City of Oshawa is calling on community members to uplift spirits this holiday season by participating in our Outdoor Holiday Display Contest and by donating to the Feed the Need Durham holiday drive.
Community members are encouraged to enter the Outdoor Holiday Display Contest by submitting a photo at www.oshawa.ca/holidayspirit. Houses aglow with enchanting light displays, households showcasing charming decorations and animated storefront...
Posted on Monday, November 01, 2021 08:30 AM
The City of Oshawa is celebrating its 100th anniversary as a City in 2024! In anticipation of this important milestone, City staff and the Community Centennial Committee are currently seeking feedback from Oshawa residents and businesses on how the City could celebrate this once-in-a-century occasion.
Community members are invited to visit Connect Oshawa (www.ConnectOshawa.ca/100anniversary) to complete an online feedback form. The feedback will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete, and...
Posted on Thursday, September 23, 2021 12:45 PM
The City of Oshawa invites community members to celebrate Culture Days and Doors Open this fall. As part of this year’s festivities, we encourage community members to take part in a variety of virtual and self-guided outdoor activities.
To celebrate Culture Days, a national celebration of arts and culture, the City invites community members to take part in a walking tour of public artwork. The walking tour features nine sites over a 3.5 km looped route, including The Robert McLaughlin...
Posted on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 07:00 AM
Residents are advised that the Canada Day the Durham Way virtual programming, originally scheduled for Canada Day, will not be taking place on July 1.
Instead, the Region of Durham is asking residents to reflect on our relationships—both past and present—with Indigenous communities, and to move forward with reconciliation in our hearts, minds and actions. Residents are encouraged to take time to be open and honest about our historic and present-day relationship with the First Peoples of this land—the...