Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival

The 16th annual Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival is on September 22, 2018.

The Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival celebrates the full moon, harvest abundance and diverse cultural traditions. The festival highlights the arts, community and environment and is held on the Saturday closest to the 8th full moon of the year, the harvest moon, which recognizes the coming of the harvest season. The festival started in 2003 by artistic director, Carmen Rosen and continues every year as a co-production of Still Moon Arts Society and Renfrew Park Community Association. Leading up to the big day, there will be multiple events throughout the month; please check back later to see our event program for a full schedule of activities.

This year’s installation artists include:

Andrew Tuline, Ari Lazar, Ben Rosen-Purcell, Chitha Manoranjan, Erin Den Hartigh, Garvin Chinnia, Jacquie Rolston, Kathryn Wadel, Madeleine Wynne, Naomi Singer, Robi Smith and Yoko Tomita.

About the Festival

Harvest Fair 4:00pm-7:00pm at Slocan Park This family-friendly fair kicks...

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Lantern Workshops

Create beautiful lanterns under the guidance of experienced community artists....

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Volunteer

Come join the 200+ volunteer team that powers the festival!...

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