2015 Halton Hills Cultural Symposium, Acton Town Hall, Friday/Saturday, January 30/31

Come to the 2015 Cultural Symposium and help culture grow in Halton Hills! From keynote speaker Richard Flohil to a panel discussion, networking opportunities and hands-on workshops, you will find yourself engaged and empowered to move ahead. Meet other arts, culture, heritage, event & volunteer community and business owners and get excited!


Richard Flohil

Richard Flohil & Associates handles publicity/PR and concert promotions for a variety of music industry clients, record companies, events, concert tours and individual artists.  Clients over more than 40 years include: k.d. lang, Colin James, The Irish Descendants, Laura Smith, James Keelaghan, Downchild Blues Band (39 years), Serena Ryder, Roxanne Potvin, Justin Rutledge and Loreena McKennitt (24 years) and countless others.

Richard has won numerous awards, including – Ontario Council of Folk Festivals Estelle Klein Lifetime Achievement Award, 2006 and the SOCAN Special Achievement Award, 2009.



  • Keynote Address – Richard Flohil
  • Networking
  • Local Entertainment
  • Annual Cultural Achievements Video
  • Wine and Cheese


  • Speed Networking
  • Annual General Meeting
  • Panel Discussion, Helping Culture Grow Best Practices
  • Four Learning Workshops: How Technology Grows Culture, WordPress for Beginners, Branding for the Arts, and Crowdfunding
Register Now!

Are you interested in learning how to better brand yourself or your small cultural business? How about a look at WordPress with an eye to starting your own website?  Crowdfunding? Technological Education and Culture?

These topics are only some of the presentations that will occur this year at the 6th annual Halton Hills Cultural Symposium.  With the theme of “Helping Culture Grow”, this Symposium takes aim at hands on information that people can take away and use.  Other events include speed networking and a panel discussion. This Symposium is an opportunity for you to learn and to meet with many other people in the cultural community where you can share expertise. If you have specific questions, or if you would like to consider joining the Halton Hills Cultural Roundtable board, please contact:

Beatrice Sharkey
Halton Hills Cultural Roundtable


Friday January 30, 2015 at 7:00 PM EST
Saturday January 31, 2015 at 4:00 PM EST


19 Willow Street N (east of Main, north of Mill)
Acton, ON L7J 1Z6

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