Centre Wellington desires to know what tradition means to you

ELORA – Centre Wellington township desires to know what tradition means to its residents and has launched a web-based neighborhood survey at ConnectCW.ca/tradition. 

The survey is open till Feb. 28.

The final Cultural Motion Plan was developed and carried out in 2013, mentioned neighborhood improvement coordinator Paula Sealey in a cellphone interview.

She famous the data will information the township because it develops new packages, improves parks, distributes grants and considers the wants of the neighborhood.

Tradition means various things to completely different individuals, Sealey mentioned. It contains sports activities, theatre, festivals, eating places, climbing trails, the language you converse and the place you’re from.

“It’s the best way individuals put that means on the planet,” Sealey mentioned. “It’s how we interact, study and create collectively. And it impacts each nook of the neighborhood, together with wellness, the economic system – every little thing.

“Tradition to me won’t be what it means to you and that’s good. That’s what we need to know.”

The survey ought to take 5 minutes to finish and people who reply will probably be entered right into a draw for: two weekend passes to Riverfest Elora; two tickets to Adrian Sutherland on the Fergus Grand Theatre; or two present certificates for distillery excursions at Elora Distilling Firm.

Sealey mentioned the workforce will undergo the info and decide subsequent steps. She sees the survey as the primary of a three-phase venture, and the outcomes will probably be shared again to the neighborhood.

“We’ve such a variety of cultural actions in our neighborhood,” Mayor Shawn Watters said in a press launch. 

“We need to hear from everybody in Centre Wellington about their concepts and ideas on tradition. This enter will assist us higher perceive how we are able to assist the humanities, inventive, sporting, and social actions that assist us construct neighborhood.”