2011 will be no different in this charming province.
Its people will still honor their heritage through numerous festivals and events.
Yet during the coming year, Newfoundland and Labradorians will join other Canadians in a shared cultural celebration.
Culture Days is a collaborative across-Canada volunteer movement designed to raise the awareness and participation in Canadian culture.
This amazing initiative takes place in all provinces and territories between September 30 and October 2, 2011.
Alberta's celebration is called Alberta Arts Day.
Quebec's cultural event is referred to as "Journées de la culture in Québec.
" Newfoundland and Labrador will honor Culture Days in its own unique style.
Special activities will be happening across the island.
In autumn 2011, Newfoundland and Labrador will be celebrating its awesome culture amidst glorious fall colors.
The Culture Days committee has not released the list of events for the 2011 celebration.
Yet if last year's festivities are any indication of the fun, Culture Days is bound to be a success.
Visit the website of this Canadian movement for the latest information about upcoming activities.
Many events that were held last year will occur again in 2011.
In addition, added attractions and updated activities will be included in the upcoming celebrations.
Obviously, no Newfoundland celebration would be complete without music.
Last year, Southern Harbour hosted an afternoon of traditional music.
In 2011, similar gatherings will be held in communities around the province.
Dance NL performed all types of dance for 2010 celebrations in St.
John's - the province's capital city.
Check out the local tourism information for the nearest musical event.
Of course, Culture Days will be highlighting art in all forms.
The Mary March Provincial Museum in Grand Falls-Windsor recognized Culture Days and even extended it in 2010 with an extra day of events.
Culture Days activities are designed with something in mind for everyone including unique attractions and plain, old-fashioned fun.
Attendees can enjoy everything from demonstrations of net-making and fly tying to children's art activities.
Provincial events will include entertainment from tall tales to old-fashioned recitations to film festivals.
All events are 'free' entertainment.
Actually, only 'free' activities are eligible to be registered officially for Culture Days.
The committee accepts interactive arts events, activities where visitors participate in arts, or other free events.
Of course, venues are allowed to have 'free' and 'paid' programs on site during the celebration of Culture Days.
Visitors have no worries about finding perfect accommodations in this beautiful province.
Tourists will find excellent Newfoundland hotels, bed and breakfasts, cozy cabins, quaint inns, and Newfoundland cottages, as well as comfortable motels.
Wherever guests choose to attend the cultural events in Newfoundland and Labrador, they are guaranteed to enjoy the experience.
Culture Days will be remembered as a true 'classic' that made a difference.
You do not want to miss this cultural celebration.