The Eden Mills Writers' Festival is a festival that is organized once a year and held in the village of Eden Mills. Eden Mills is approximately 12 KM East of Guelph, Ontario, Canada and is a small village. The festival includes readings by poets, authors, and other writers at various outdoor venues throughout the village. The festival occurs on the second Sunday after Labour Day in September. In previous years more than 40 Canadian authors appeared to give readings and interact with audiences, including notable Canadian writers like Margaret Atwood and P. K. Page. On September 15, 2013, the Festival celebrated its 25th anniversary.
The festival has outdoor readings by professional writers and provides opportunities for young and unpublished writers to present their work in a juried reading session called "the Fringe." There are also two literary contests: the Ishar Singh Poetry Contest and the Festival Literary Contest for new writers over the age of 16. The festival also includes a book vendors' bazaar (Publisher's Way), an aboriginal event, a children's site, and musical events. Eden Mills is located on the Eramosa River and the festival's principal readings take place on its banks.
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