The Flin Flon Arts Council held their annual general meeting last night. Board President Linda Eryou reported despite the pandemic they had a busy and productive year noting while some of their traditional performances and activities were no longer possible they used technology to undertake new challenges and broaden their geographical reach. She mentioned the beginning of their Street Corner Concert series in the summer of 2020 and other summer music performances, Artists in the Wild as well as a Pint Sized Market in Pioneer Square. They participated in several small Main Street revitalization projects including installation of Hillary McDonald’s Birchbark Biting Art in the front window of the library, held a more limited version of Culture Days 2020 with some events held virtually, held their annual Arts and Crafts Sale and Christmas concert virtually, opened the Uptown Emporium in both its Main Street and online shop, continue to support the Pineroot Music Festival with two locally crafted murals being completed so far, initiated a community garden at Rotary Park and supported a successful 2021 Blueberry Jam Music Gathering as well as supporting the re-opening of the Northern Lights Dance Academy. Planning for 2021 Culture Days is in the works. They are also working with University College of the North towards their goal of being the site of the North Central Canada Centre for Arts and Environment.