Johnson Township Farmers' Market has special longer hours for the Sylvan Circle Tour. At the Desbarats Arena.

Please support our Sylvan Circle Tour sponsors listed on the artists and map pages.

It takes their help to bring you the Sylvan Circle Tour.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to
Sylvan Circle

 
 
 
   

 

 

The Sylvan Circle Tour takes place September 20, 2014. Once again, we will have lots of wonderful exhibitors. We have added two new halls this year (Bruce Mines Community Hall and Echo Bay Elks Lodge) and have sixty artists and artisans exhibiting a wide range of work.

In addition, a number of the exhibitors demonstrate during the day, and local groups provide food and drink at many of the tour sites.

 

The Sylvan Circle Tour artists invite you to spend a glorious fall day exploring the diverse artistry of our region. We welcome visitors to discover what it means for artists and artisans to live and work in their communities.

The tour is self guided and absolutely free. Look for the Sylvan Circle signs.

The complete tour is approximately 100 kilometres long and is held in 11 community halls ( Echo Bay, Sylvan Valley, Leeburn, Rydal Bank, Bruce Station, Bruce Mines, Desbarats Arena, MacLennan, Bar River, Laird, and Echo Bay Elks Hall), and 3 individual studios.

   

Explore our site:

Check out our list of artists with samples of their work.

Use our interactive map to see which artists are in each location or use the google map to get directions to any point on the tour.

Want to carry information with you?
See our print-friendly list of artists and locations or the map. Or access the Sylvan Circle Tour Google Map from your cell-phone while you're on the road.

 

NOTE: Most tour artists are not able to accept credit cards. Please note the ATMs on the interactive map.
 

See you the 20th

   
     

 

SYLVAN CIRCLE BLEND

Check out our Sylvan Circle Blend coffee, specially brewed by St. Joseph Island Coffee Roasters for the Sylvan Circle Tour. It's blended to hold its taste as it cools in your travel mug.

   

Enjoy Algoma. The secondary highways of the Algoma region offer wonderful scenery along the Tour. The Fall colours can be brilliant in the middle of September, though some years they are just beginning to turn.

Fall Images from Sylvan Circle Tour

 

   

 

   
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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