Getting ready for two days of cultural excitement at Sarnia Artwalk

Free downtown Sarnia festival runs this Saturday and Sunday

Dancers perform at Sarnia Artwalk last year.
Dancers perform at Sarnia Artwalk last year.

As the most celebrated event of the basking summertime is coming closer to paint the town red, Sarnia is getting ready to flaunt a plethora of artwork this weekend. From local vendors, to multi cultural and international exhibits, fashion show, music, dance, activities, and food from different parts of the world—the list goes on.

Sarnia Artwalk 2016 is coming with plenty for all ages to savour.

artwalk crafts 2015For a huge number of international students at Lambton College, Sarnia is their first home in a new country.

On Christina Street, from Sarnia Public Library to the City Hall, with over 100 vendors and a plethora of performances, Artwalk is a community centred free admission event to be held on June 4 and 5, running from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Local and international food, children’s village, multi cultural stage, creative county stage, and the Saturday night performances are expected to attract more than 25,000 visitors. It will sure to be captivating, with art receiving a rare open exhibit outside of a conventional indoor setting.

For a huge number of international students at Lambton College, Sarnia is their first home in a new country. Many look forward to the event as the International Department at Lambton College set up the stalls for kids to learn about the culture of India, Nigeria and South Korea with the most creative and fun activities put together.

Save the date as Sarnia-Lambton is all geared up to host its 14th annual cultural event in the heart of the city!

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