Sarnia-Lambton has various ethno-cultural groups and associations offering services to support and celebrate their heritage:
- The Centre Culturel Francophone Jolliet offers cultural and entertainment programs and community services for French speaking residents of Sarnia-Lambton.
- The Dante Club began in 1958 with a small group of newly arrived Italian immigrants. The club offers hall rentals and hosts cultural event.
- St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church of Sarnia & Vicinity offers cultural events, youth programming, a women’s group, and Greek language classes.
- The India-Canada Association of Sarnia began in 1972 as a non-religious social group open to all members of the community. Membership includes over 100 families.
- The Lambton Chinese-Canadian Association has over 150 member families. The association’s activities include celebrating Chinese New Year and the Moon Festival.
- The Sarnia Hindu Cultural Society holds events all year round. The society has over 170 member families, and all events are open to the public.
- The Sarnia Muslim Association was founded in 1979 to provide facilities and an environment to practice the Muslim faith. The association holds cultural events and Arabic classes.
- The Sarnia Newcomers Club is a women’s club established in 1973 for those new to the Sarnia-Lambton community. The club meets monthly at the Lawrence House.
- The Sarnia Portuguese-Canadian Club has over 50 members and holds festivals and dances throughout the year.