Nestled amidst a landscaped garden and sporting a facade that looks like a wedding cake, Sharon Temple is a historic building that was built in 1831 by Quaker, a schismatic. This place reflects the ideals of the builders, the Children of Peace who were early Canadian settlers. This venue can be used for hosting ceremonies, weddings, engagements and other diverse range of events. Next to Sharon Temple, a Temperance hall offers banquet facilities and can accommodate about 96 people. To know more about this place, please check the website.
- Open Hours: Thursday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 04:30 PM
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