Cultural and community amenities flourish in Dryden. The lush natural surroundings provide a sumptuous backdrop for the many events
that the city hosts each year.
The Dryden and District Museum offers a unique perspective of local history and growth, including a feature display of the Ontario Record Trophy Whitetail Deer. The Dryden Regional Training and Cultural Centre is home to the Dryden Entertainment Series that presents a variety of performances in our 500-seat auditorium - an architectural achievement in comfort, lighting, accoustics and sitelines.
Neighbouring First Nations communities are host to annual Pow Wows, colourful and lively celebrations reflective of local Aboriginal culture.
Other community amenities include the Dryden Regional Health Centre, seniors housing complex and long term care facility, local fire and police services, airport, and community centre with convention facilities.
Dryden, Ontario's leading small city, is an active, balanced community. It will continue to offer business and families a quality lifestyle that blends a progressive outlook with practical and accessible work and play opportunities.
Our City, carved from the wilderness, offers a secure future and outstanding quality of life for everyone.