Coming soon, a confirmed map of our Intentional Community-for-a-day at Sharon National Historic Site!

Thanks again to the Sharon National Historic Site staff for their generosity in hosting the event. They are looking forward to welcoming visitors and sharing their love of the buildings and ideas of the Children of Peace, the people who created it as a utopian community where equality, democracy, peace and charity were central values ACTIVELY practised in their lives.

Here is a draft version of the map, showing the exhibitors’ tents ringed around the Temple Building where the all-day music takes place. The marquee tent generously donated by Nick Morcinek will be the site of workshops, theatre performance and the drum circle — and very likely, spontaneous stuff we don’t know about yet.

(Click on the image to enlarge it.)

(Very soon we’ll post the detailed map, which includes individual exhibitors, washrooms, kids’ activity area, refreshments and other important stuff.)

For detailed directions or information, please email spiritfest2012 (at) gmail.com — but basically, you are headed for Sharon, Ontario, a beautiful village at the northern end of Highway 404. It is about 40 minutes north of Toronto, at the intersection of Leslie Street and Mount Albert Road, southwest corner. Plenty of parking is available, and as luck would have it, you will also have the East Gwillimbury Farmer’s Market to enjoy for the first part of the day!

The address is 18974 Leslie Street, Sharon, Ontario.

For visitors’ info, please visit their webpage at http://www.sharontemple.ca/