Cultural front
The war made its own adjustments to the activities of cultural institutions. The main content of the work was an explanation of the nature and purpose of the war, coverage of its course, exposure of the essence of fascism, propaganda of the heroic deeds of Soviet people in the rear and at the front.
According to the archival data of the State Archives of Ugra, by the beginning of the war the network of cultural and educational institutions of the district was represented by 72 reading rooms, 19 collective farm clubs, 7 Red Chums, 8 Houses of the Peoples of the North, 2 trade clubs and 21 libraries, as well as 2 cultural centers - Sosvinskaya and Berezovskaya.

In the village of Nizhnevartovsk, the club was housed in a wooden church building. The club held ceremonial meetings on the occasion of the holidays, arranged concerts, staged performances, and screened films. Also, a lot of work was carried out on the line of DOSAAF.