Culture Days


Visit the provincial program's website

Your Hanover Culture Days Poster 

Friday, September 23rd, 2022

7pm - 10pm

*HIPP STIR starts at 6pm 


Civic Theatre Grand Re-Opening 

In collaboration with Back Porch Events Presentation of The Official Blues Borthers Revue. Join us at this event for the official ribbon cutting & HIPP STIR reception in the community Hall, in coordination with the Hanover Lions.

* Tickets available at 

Hanover Civic Theatre

433 10th Ave

Saturday, September 24th, 2022


Downtown Hanover's Harvest Market in the Square

Local Artisans, Business, Crafters, Bakers & more! 

*No entry fee

Heritage Square

358 10th St.




Hanover Public Library Presents the Orange Peel Morris Dancers 

What, you may ask, is Morris Dancing? Morris Dancing has been part of many different special events in Britain such as May Day and village festivals for hundreds of years. The dancers wear bells on their legs and keep rhythm with sticks, and may be accompanied by traditional instruments such as concertinas and tabors.

The earliest written mentions of Morris Dancing in England are from the 1400’s, but it may be much older – in Oxfordshire, it’s said the Morris has been danced at Whitsuntide for 800 years! There are now Morris Dance groups all over the Commonwealth, including here in Canada. The Orange Peel Morris group hails from the Brampton/Orangeville region, and has been dancing together since 1996.

The Morris Dancers will be performing three times on September 24, at 10 am, 12 noon, and 2 pm. The Orange Peel Morris group is a lot of fun, and they love to get the audience involved as well, so be ready to join in and learn this ancient British folk dance.

*No entry fee


Heritage Square

358 10th St. 


Hanover Civic Theatre 

Your opportunity to tour our newly renovated theatre. Featuring viewing of the Civic Theatre & Paramount Theatre's 100th Anniversary Recorded Special Features. 

Hanover Civic Theatre

433 10th Ave


Celebration of Local Artists 

Take a self-guided tour of the Saugeen Artists Guild Downtown Street Banner Project and plan to join them for their Studio Tour running September 30 to October 2, 10am-5pm daily. A self-guided tour featuring 6 locations and 19 artists, as part of the Autumn Leaves Studio Tour

Download the Saugeen Artists Guild Self Guided Street Banner Project Map 


The Eat Well Market will resume the farmers' market on October 1st, with the last market day of the season on October 8th. See them on Saturday's from 9am-1pm in Heritage Square.