Forward into the Past
Demo presented by the Canton of Bryniau Tywynnog
Event Website

Site opening and closing times.
Schedule: Registration opens at 8:00, Keynote at 9:00, Last session ends 5:30

Site fees.
Cost: $0 to $30 depending on registration choices

Directions to the site. (and go test them yourself please–don’t just trust Google Maps)

Directions from Toronto
Take the 401 west towards London
Take exit 278 to Highway 8 west (toward Kitchener/Waterloo)
Take the Highway 85 exit (right two lanes) towards Waterloo
Take the University Ave. West exit (second University exit)
Continue down University Avenue – Laurier will be on your left-hand side

Directions from London
Take the 401 east towards Toronto
Take exit 278B/Highway 8 west on to King Street East towards Kitchener
Head right onto Highway 8 west towards Kitchener
Take the Highway 85 exit (right two lanes) towards Waterloo
Take the second University exit (University Avenue West)
Continue down University Avenue – Laurier will be on your left-hand side

There are lights at University and Hazel. If you turn left there you will go through an underpass. Lot 7 and Bricker Academic are directly ahead of you.

If you are using mapping software you are headed to basically 30 Bricker Ave, Waterloo, ON.

(note for fun that there is no “30 Bricker Ave” because it is on the WLU campus, but that seems to be the right physical location on the right street. If we tried to mail something to that address though it would bounce)

Any additional information, feast information, etc.
Forward Into The Past is a one-day symposium that arranges speakers on a broad range of historical topics including the arts and crafts practiced by various cultures, history of particular regions, cultures, or times, and where feasible allows this learning to be conducted in a hands-on environment. An open-format day, Forward Into The Past is designed to allow academics, experimental archaeologists, members of the public, and members of various historical re-enactment and recreation groups to gather and explore history.

A lunch can be purchased on site, or there are local restaurants.