Friday November 4 - Saturday December 10, 2022 Reception: Friday, November 4, 7:00 – 9:00 PM. Remarks begin at 7:30. Some artists in attendance. Light refreshments. All welcome, admission free.…
Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum
The Sharon Temple was constructed by the Children of Peace, an Upper Canada Quaker sect from 1825 – 1831. The Temple is an architectural symbol of their vision of a society based on the values of peace, equality and social justice. Their commitment to inclusion and social justice led the Children of Peace to champion the political reform movement of the 1830s. The Sharon Temple is now operated as a Museum by the Sharon Temple Museum Society.
The Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum offers many exhibits featuring local artists and community members in person at the museum, virtually, and out in the community.
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