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April 28, 2014 at 12:34 PM

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Active Fiction walking tour

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Check out the Active Fiction installation before it ends this Sunday, May 18!

Have you ever wondered what it might be like to walk through your favourite novel? Close to 40 folks showed up during our launch in early May to find out! And guess what… the stories are still up this week in case you missed them (or stayed out of the rain).

Check out the choose your own adventure walking tour that CBC and other media’s been talking about lately.

Here’s all you need to check out the (self-guided) walking tour:

Go to the bulletin board on east 24th, between Main st & Ontario st and find the first Active Fiction chapter there. You’ll find all the instructions on where to find the rest of the story there as well. Then it’s up to you to wander the neighborhood and find the next chapters hidden in the area (but not hidden too secretly).

afp - starting point - pixiliated addy

What is it?

We’re testing out a new kind of walking / art / public adventure: the Active Fiction Project. We’ll be launching a bigger version of this walking experience in the summer. Come and get a sneak peek & see what it’s all about.

Take this 5 second quiz to see if you should attend:

  • You’re on the VPSN website right now
  • You’ve been known to enjoy reading a book
  • You like walking in neighbourhoods
  • You like finding hidden things
  • You don’t want to spend a lot of time

Any yes answers? Then head over to east 24th ave and get walking!

Visit the Project Website and share your experiences of the walk (#activefic is on twitterfacebook! flickr!)

Questions? Get in touch info@activefictionproject.com

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