Sarnia-Lambton's Arts and Culture
Year-round theatre productions and entertainers draw crowds to the Imperial Theatre in Sarnia, the Sarnia Sports and Entertainment Centre, the Victoria Playhouse in Petrolia and the Huron Country Playhouse in Grand Bend.
The International Symphony Orchestra brings together classical musicians from Sarnia and Port Huron, Michigan, and hosts featured soloists of international reputation.
Visit Gallery Lambton and discover exhibitions of contemporary art, featuring some of the best artists working in Ontario today, many with national and international reputations. The Gallery's collection includes national treasures by the internationally-known Group of Seven. Visit Gallery Lambton at www.lclmg.org/lclmg/GalleryLambton/tabid/54/Default.aspx.
Many interesting private art galleries and shops, featuring works by local artists and artisans, await treasure hunters. Sarnia-Lambton's art community is also showcased at regular events such as the Artists' Studio Tour and ArtWalk.
A series of eight local museums, operated by the County of Lambton, tell the colourful story of Sarnia-Lambton's past - including its legacy
as the home of the North American oil industry. Find out more about our museums at http://www.lambtononline.com/heritage_sarnia_lambton.
Sarnia-Lambton hosts a wealth of annual special events, including BayFest, RiverFest, the holiday season's Celebration of Lights, SnowFest and the Grand Bend Winter Carnival.
There's never a reason to be bored in Sarnia-Lambton!