Coordinator Crystal Kolt says Saturday starts off with a Culture Days Pancake Breakfast with the Lions Club from 9 to 11 at Rotary Park…..
“and then the Flin Flon Station Museum will be open in the afternoon from 1 to 4. We have the Wild Things Market back with over 26 or 27 at least vendors at this point and that’ll be at Creekside Park again and that’s also going to include Kidz Culture and then the Pumpkin Parch where there will be story book reading for the little kids and then we also have the Main Street tour with Ken Pawlachuk and that’s going to be at Pioneer Square at 2 o’clock. The Bombers are going to be at Creekside Park rink from 2 to 4 and in the evening we have a Culture Days movie free from 7 to 9 at the Hapnot Theatre and its called The Book Thief.”
Kolt adds on Sunday the Wild Things Market will again be open from 12 to 6 at Creekside Park and Tom Heine’s Walk Through a Volcano starts at 1 at North Avenue Park. Culture Days run until October 16 with a list of events available at a variety of businesses and other locations around the community.