This family-friendly fair kicks off the Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival. Attendees choose to partake in playing games, making crafts, enjoying local musicians, eating delicious food, purchasing last-minute lanterns, and engaging with community organizations. The popular Harvest Fair competition allows neighbours to enter their best produce for community prizes.
Twilight Lantern Walk
Departs at 6:45pm at Slocan Park
As the moon rises and the sun sets, musicians, dancers and the giant moon lantern prepare the way for the twilight lantern parade along Renfrew Ravine. The parade follows the trails along the ravine, accompanied by live music as darkness falls. Passing by the river-stone labyrinth, the procession is invited to a walking meditation surrounded by music and light.
7:15-8:30pm at Renfrew Community Park
The parade crosses the street, leaves the streetlights, and descends into a transformed world of the stream, Still Creek, lined with lights, floating lantern art, and ethereal music. Time slows down as community members pause to absorb the beauty of candlelight, exquisite lanterns, and the gently shimmering stream. Just outside of the stream, you’ll find musicians playing at the main stage, the food service at the Tea Garden and a mobile-friendly lantern walk for all to enjoy.
8:30pm at Renfrew Park Field
Youth performers showcase a choreographed performance with dancing, stilting, and fire spinning at the Finale Spectacle. The spectacle is accompanied by a live band and dancing and the festival ends with an explosion of fireworks.