The Cambridge Celebration of the Arts is an annual, free exhibition focusing on works of art judged in competitions for various categories.
Castle Kilbride is the 1877 mansion of James Livingston, a flax industrialist, politician and entrepreneur. Located in the town of Baden in Wilmot Township, visitors can tour through the castle and enjoy the many events and exhibits that happen there throughout the year.
Culture Days takes place each September and is dedicated to celebrating arts and culture in Waterloo Region. Part of a nationwide initiative, Culture Days has generated enthusiastic interest, participation, and support from a rapidly growing network of artists, organizations, and municipalities.
On the last Friday of each month explore the exciting arts, culture and cuisine that can be found in the heart of the City of Waterloo with Final Fridays! From delicious food specials to exciting community events, to great music and art exhibits, each Final Friday has something new to experience
Idea Exchange is transforming the way people experience their local library and gallery spaces, creating an environment of curiosity and discovery using the arts and new technologies. It’s a place where events happen, people gather, and ideas are exchanged.
While Canada’s largest Bavarian Festival is taking a different form this year, Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest is committed to bringing as much of your favourite festival to you through virtual events, small gatherings and some very special contests.
Nationally acclaimed, the KWS is the cultural centrepiece of the Waterloo Region. Comprehensive school programs, free concerts at hospitals, soup kitchens, seniors’ homes and an annual free concert in Waterloo Park are offered every year to the community.
McDougall Cottage is a traditional granite and limestone labourer’s home located in the City of Cambridge's historic factory district along the banks of the Grand River. Built in 1858, the cottage now serves as an interpretation centre, hosting a number of Scottish heritage events.
Schneider Haus is Kitchener’s oldest surviving building, located in downtown Kitchener. They collect, preserve, research, interpret, and exhibit folk and decorative objects from Waterloo Region, as well as other German settlements in Canada.