September 6th, 2017:

15th Annual Moon Festival – Saturday 30 September

This year’s festival is on Saturday 30 September! You can find out more detailed information about the event by clicking here. Want to click “attending” to our Facebook event to receive the most updated information? It’s just a click away right here.

Lantern workshops will be starting on Saturday 16 September and going until Thursday 21 September. Find out all the details by clicking here.

Also check out the two events leading up to the big day!

Friday 22 September – Fall Equinox Labyrinth Walk. Starts at 6:00pm at the Renfrew Ravine with a Great Blessings of Still Creek with ancient rituals of Eastern Orthodox. Then a candle-lit procession starting at 6:20pm up to the Labyrinth where Still Moon Arts will be hosting a Fall Equinox Labyrinth Walk from 6:30-7:30pm.

Sunday 24 September – World Rivers Day. Starts at 9:00am at the land bridge (27th and Atlin Street) with the founder of World Rivers Day speaking, followed by two presentations on birds and tidal marshes. From 10-12pm, you can either help plant native riparian species with Evergreen and/or survey the benthic invertebrate. From noon onwards, enjoy a performance, some treats, and crafts. More information at our Facebook event.

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