The 2nd annual Sonics and Sojourns Festival of Learning and Music takes place from September 18 – 26 this year. It features an innovative and eclectic blend of community-based activities, national park science workshops, interactive music, theatre in the schools, local and regional cuisine, and art and craft from the Riding Mountains. One of the hallmarks will be a new Low Carbon Showcase, providing festival-goers with the opportunity to learn about various innovations in clean energy and house-hold and personal consumer products that have a low carbon footprint.
A new website provides all of the details about this fall experiential tourism festival. You can find it at http://www.sonicsandsojourns.com
We look forward to seeing you at the festival.
Celes Davar, Festival Chair and Program Director