Festival Locations - 2022

We have been planning three Feast of Tabernacle locations across Canada. The map below gives an approximate location of each site. Click on the site name at left or click on the dots on the map to show the site description.

Attention US Transfers

The border for land crossings is currently opened with some restrictions; unvaccinated individuals arriving to Canada are required to self-quarantine for 14 days.

If you travel by land (car/bus/van) or via sea port (ferry) you may be able to cross the border with a passport card, which is cheaper than a passport book. For more information please visit the following page at the U.S. Department of State website.

Your U.S. dollar will be worth 20-30% more* than the Canadian dollar due to currency exchange rates. While many establishments accept U.S. cash, not all will do so. Some U.S. credit cards will automatically calculate the exchange rate without a foreign transaction fee; you may want to contact your card's customer service line to see what fee, if any, they charge.

*To see an approximation of the current exchange rate please see sites online such as http://www.xe.com.†

British Columbia
Map of Canada Osoyoos, British Columbia Drumheller, Alberta Midland, Ontario

Osoyoos, British Columbia

Osoyoos, British Columbia

The Okanagan Valley is a treasured destination for get-away seekers in Canada. Sprawling across the mountainous southern interior of British Columbia, from Vernon to Osoyoos, it boasts 176 km of enjoyable attractions—from the relaxing to the adventurous. It is renowned for its clear water, scenic mountains, vineyards, fruit orchards, sandy beaches and variety of outdoor activities. The autumn harvest of apples, pears, plums and grapes abound around Feast-time. Popular activities throughout the valley include nature walks, hiking, biking, golfing, boating, winery tours, zip lines, amusement parks, go carting and shopping in the many charming communities.

We are returning to the Watermark Beach Resort in Osoyoos, located at the very southern end of the Okanagan valley. This facility is convenient for Feast-goers with comfortable accommodations on-site where services are held. Both the accommodations and the meeting space are handicap-accessible. 

From the Watermark, one can either walk out onto the beachfront or into the town center. Food is conveniently obtained at neighboring markets, eateries and shops—all within easy walking distance. Restaurants in Osoyoos include various cuisine, including pizza shops, pubs, fast-food and fine dining at wineries and resorts. (Please be advised to check on the current British Columbia COVID-19 restrictions. (Link Here)

The opening night service will be a coming together occasion to set the Feast in motion with a welcome video and an uplifting opening message from the Feast coordinator. The first service will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 9. The dress is Sabbath wear.

Service and activity information will be posted as the details become available.


Drumheller, Alberta

Come and celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles in the unique badlands setting of Drumheller, Alberta. COVID-19 restrictions permitting, we plan to provide many fellowship opportunities for all the brethren to enjoy together.    

Drumheller is a small town located 110 kilometres northeast of Calgary, set amid Alberta's enigmatic badlands. It acts as the nexus of the so-called Dinosaur Trail. Hoodoos dominate this badlands landscape, which has been featured in many a movie (mainly Westerns). Drumheller has been the filming location for more than 50 commercials, television, and cinematic productions.  In downtown Drumheller, stairs wind inside the “World’s Largest Dinosaur,” a giant model T-Rex with views from its jaw. To the southeast, the Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site explores the Drumheller Valley’s coal-mining heritage.

Many tourists are attracted to Drumheller by the striking landscape of the badlands along the Red Deer River, the Drumheller Dinosaur and Fossil Museum, the Homestead Antique Museum, and the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology. The museum exhibits include more than 200 dinosaur skeletons (the largest display of complete dinosaur skeletons in the world) and the skulls and parts of many other animals. The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology is the only one in Canada devoted to the study of prehistoric life. It boasts 375,000 visitors a year, the largest of all provincial museum attractions.

Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy exploring Drumheller’s unique trails.  Drumheller’s Pathways include 18 kilometres of pathways running alongside the Red Deer River, around downtown and to the doorstep of the Royal Tyrrell Museum, you can hit all the key sights by bike or on foot. Park your car at the Visitor Information Centre and walk or bike your way through.  The Hoodoos Trail - The Drumheller hoodoos are internationally recognized icons of the Alberta badlands. Composed of sand and clay from the Horseshoe Canyon Formation, the solid, strong capstones protect the softer, underlying base creating their unique mushroom-like shape.  Horseshoe Canyon consists of a glacier-carved “U” surrounded by golden prairie, the aptly named Horseshoe Canyon is a dramatic introduction to the badlands. The dry, rocky valley walls can be rough on clothing and skin, but after a rare prairie rain the mud on the canyon floor is thick and slick as yogurt.

Location of Services: Badlands Community Facility, 80 Veterans Way, Drumheller, AB

First Service: Sunday, October 9th at 7:30 p.m. The following day’s service will be at 1:00 p.m. 


Midland, Ontario

Midland, Ontario

Tara Crompton

For the Feast of Tabernacles 2022, we are planning to return to beautiful Midland, Ontario, Canada. This location is unique and hard to beat! As someone said recently, Midland is the next best thing there is to an all-inclusive Festival site.

“In-house” activities have been highly successful and will be brought back by popular demand in 2022.

Midland is situated on magnificent Southern Georgian Bay, a short 90 minutes from Toronto and only 30 minutes from Barrie. The region has a natural blend of scenic landscapes, diverse wildlife and a picturesque harbor with interesting waterfront trails and attractive parkland. Fall colors are usually vivid during the Feast. You can also visit several local sites that tell about the region’s rich history. Area attractions include St. Marie Among the Hurons, Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre and Little Lake Park.

Shopping is available at several plazas, downtown or in nearby Barrie. There are a variety of restaurants throughout the area. For those who would prefer to stay put, dining will be available at the onsite restaurant which will also offer room service.

One of the reasons for returning to Midland is the warm and friendly service that we receive from the hotel staff. The Quality Inn is the premier full-service hotel in the Southern Georgian Bay area. It has an excellent re-modeled ballroom with seating capacity ideal for our needs.

Accommodations include standard rooms as well as suites that come complete with a small refrigerator and coffeemaker. All rooms have free high-speed Internet. The room rate includes a hot breakfast at the onsite Atrium Café. The naturally lit Atrium also provides a wonderful setting for interaction and relaxation ideal for connecting with spiritual members of the family. The Quality Inn also offers a heated indoor swimming pool, hot tub and sauna for added relaxation.

For those who need alternate housing, there are cottages and bed-and-breakfasts nearby.

Planned Festival activities will again focus on the family beginning with a meet-and-greet evening, seniors’ brunch, Bible studies, family day, games night, variety show and more. For those who have not yet experienced the quaint historic town of Midland and the advantages of a smaller Feast site, we invite you to join us this year. For those who have attended before, we extend a warm and cordial “welcome back!”

For further information about the area, please go to southerngeorgian.bay.on.ca.

The Web site for the host hotel can be found at qualityinnmidland.ca.


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