The Inaugural Interfaith Family Festival to be Hosted at the 2018 Parliament of the World's Religions in Toronto

The Parliament of the World's Religions, in collaboration with Spiritual Playdate, is hosting the inaugural Interfaith Family Festival at the 2018 Parliament in Toronto from November 2 to November 6 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

The first festival of it's kind to be hosted at a Parliament, the Interfaith Family Festival provides parents, teachers, and children the opportunity to immerse themselves in interfaith and multi-cultural programming, performances, and service events.

The festival features 5 days of joyful, engaging, and experiential spiritual exploration for kids, teens, families, schools, faith groups, and all who are young at heart as they celebrate this year's theme "Plant an Interfaith Garden".

Programming is available for littles, middles, tweens, teens, parents and grandparents, and educators from around the world.

Attendees will have the opportunity to experience the world’s faith traditions through:

  • Interactive Games and Apps
  • Live Theatrical and Musical Performances on the Festival Stage
  • Arts and Crafts for all ages 
  • Yoga, Meditation, Movement, and Chant
  • Fun Small Group Spiritual Discovery Sessions
  • Virtual Reality Activities
  • Workshops and Service Projects for Tweens and Teens
  • Parenting Workshops 
  • Grandparents Day
  • More!!!

Register for the Interfaith Family Festival today! Choose from a full week of programming, a weekend pass, or a one-day pass. Please be aware that only 3 children are allowed per registered adult and kids can only be registered after the accompanying adult has signed up.

Learn more about the Interfaith Family Festival at the 2018 Parliament.

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