A mural depicting musicians with ties to Windsor is shown at the Blackburn Radio building in Windsor, February 10, 2019. Photo by Mark Brown/Blackburn News.

What kind of culture do you want to see in Windsor?

The City of Windsor is once again asking its residents about the culture they have experienced or would like to.

The Cultural Affairs team for the city is planning their next Cultural Summit, scheduled for Thursday, February 21 at Willistead Manor.

The event will run from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. There will be a formal presentation given at 3:30 p.m. and repeated at 5:30 p.m. City staff will be available to give an update on their cultural master plan and facilitate a discussion on the city’s art, cultural and heritage offerings.

Also planned for the evening are updates on past and current cultural initiatives, displays and live performances from some of the groups and individuals that have been funded through the Arts, Culture and Heritage Fund grant program, and activities and displays from Museum Windsor. Light refreshments will also be available.

Among the topics open for discussion are the Windsor Sculpture Park, the city’s poet laureate program, the streetcar #351 project, Windsor’s culture map and community stories, public art programs, and more.

Registration is now open through the event’s Eventbrite page. However, registration ahead of the event is not required in order to attend.