Weaving Words

Weaving Words

Sharon Temple, Sunday, August 30

Yesterday there was a local event for story-tellers and authors. It was a beautiful day spent at a lovely location. The Sharon Temple is a National Historical Site about 45 minutes north of Toronto. The building is unique in design – a solid white square building. The grounds are covered with mature trees, one having a trunk girth of at least a 4 feet diameter.


Along with traditional story-tellers there were drummers and singers. Booths were set up by local vendors and book sellers. The Writers’ Community of York Region (http://wcyork.ca/york/) had a large booth with 9 authors from the area. The event was free and was in a location that promoted walk or drive by guests.


All in all a wonderful day.


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