Culture and art are so important to a community for growth and learning. Weyburn's Culture Days allowed local artists to be recognized for their achievements.
"Public art is vital to the health of a community, it gets people out of the houses, it gets them talking, it gives them something to talk about," says Regan Lanning, Curator for the Signal Hill Arts Centre. "We have so much talent and we have to support that talent and celebrate that talent that we have here in Weyburn or else we won't keep it."
If people wanted to hone a new skill you could take part of the dream catcher, mural or felting workshops. There were also demonstrations throughout the weekend including henna tattooing and Ukranian egg decorating.
"Just to see so many current works from local artists that are still just doing their thing and it's all in one place," says Marna McManus local artist, enjoyed the weekend with her family.
Local art was displayed at "Pop-Up" galleries in the city. There was also the banner project that was finally completed. 16 local artists will have their art on display along the boardwalk for the next two years for everyone to enjoy.
The Weyburn Public Library played host to the Cultural Fair. There were food and dress from around the world including places like Mexico and Nigeria. There was also a children's station where the children were able to create their own musical instruments.
"It's very important in the fact that we have got so many great artists here and this is really a great place to show all their art and display it and to show the community what great artists we have," says Mayor Marcel Roy.
The Zabutnyy Ukranian Dance Company performed spectacular dances and Nadia Babchouk, a violinist, played beautiful songs.
From the food to the entertainment there was lots of fun to be had by the whole family.