Festival to link God and nudity

    MONTREAL, Aug. 10 /CNW/ - Naturists from North America will be gathering
near Montréal soon to discuss the connection of religion and nudity: may a
person of faith be seen naked in public?
    The discussion will take place during the fourth annual Canadian naturist
festival. This colourful festival takes place at Centre naturiste la Pommerie,
St-Antoine-Abbé QC, August 16 to 19. Also on the agenda are sessions on
naturism and body modification, massage, clothing-optional beaches, and the
controversial book The Century Project. Children of all ages will find
activities for them too, such as tie dying, volleyball, and pool games.
    All sessions have simultaneous translation. The festival is sponsored
jointly by the Federation of Canadian Naturists and the Fédération québécoise
de naturisme, which is celebrating this year its thirtieth anniversary.

For further information:

For further information: Michel Vais (French and English), (514)
278-5764, cell.: (514) 232-1666, vais@ca.inter.net; Karen Grant (English),
(780) 722-5568, (780) 921-3202; Paul Rapoport (English and French), (905)
304-4836, (905) 515-9838, editor@fcn.ca

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