Lowville Festival Special Event “Carnival of the Animals”

On the 21st of September the sun crosses the celestial equator and day and night are of approximately equal length and the people of Lowville will once again celebrate. The Lowville Festival, north Burlington’s “festival of all the arts for the artist in all of us”, is excited to share a Fall Equinox interlude on Tuesday September 21st from 6:15pm to 7:15pm.

We are inviting guests to two Sneak Previews… First, a ten-minute excerpt from our 2021 virtual festival video “A Love Letter… from Lowville to Burlington”, to be launched in the very near future.

And second, celebrated Hamilton mime artist Trevor Copp will be doing an inspired interpretation of Camille Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals . “Carnival!”, is a thirty-minute family and child-focused entertainment classical music piece

Register at Eventbrite through links below, as reservations are required for the event and for parking. Guests are welcome to bring chairs and blankets to sit on the grass: parking is available at Lowville Park (Parking reservations are mandatory).

The RSVP is complimentary and guests will be notified by 4:00 pm on September 21st if the weather is not cooperating and the event is cancelled.

Lowville Festival is supporting Conservation Halton Foundation and would appreciate donations (cheque or cash) at the event. We will have pre-printed donor envelopes available at the event and donations $20 or more will receive a charitable donation receipt from Conservation Halton Foundation. COVID guidelines will be strictly observed. Special thanks to the City of Burlington for its generous support for our 2021 virtual Festival video.

Please click on links below

EventBrite Reservation CLICK HERE

Video Description of Carnival CLICK HERE

Parking Reservations CLICK HERE

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