The Sharon Temple Museum Society is pleased to announce that the 2nd Annual Heritage Celebration will be held on Thursday, June 8th from 6 to 9 p.m. on the grounds of the Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum. This year is unique as it is Canada’s 150th anniversary, but it also marks the 100th anniversary of saving the Temple and the completed restoration work on the Doan House, one of the site’s oldest heritage buildings.
“The Sharon Temple site is an iconic feature of our community,” Mayor Virginia Hackson said. “By celebrating the 100th anniversary of the restoration of the site, we recognize a faithful landmark that embodies the values of our community.”
The evening will feature heritage tours by Pickering College, appetizers from local caterers, craft beer and wine, strolling entertainment from The Shenanigans, and a magnificent concert in the acoustically superior Temple.
The evening promises to be a night to remember, so be sure to purchase tickets early. Tickets are $100 each and proceeds will support the care and maintenance of the Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum.
Ticket holders receive a complimentary lantern on June 8th as gift for attending.
To purchase tickets, click here: http://www.yorkscene.com/tc-events/a-heritage-celebration/