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Holiday Treasures

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

Makers, artists and craftspersons, working in several mediums, are included in this juried sale, showcasing 60 vendors in the Main Gallery of the museum. Sponsored by In The Hills.

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Holiday Treasures

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

Makers, artists and craftspersons, working in several mediums, are included in this juried sale, showcasing 60 vendors in the Main Gallery of the museum. Sponsored by In The Hills.

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Rosemary Molesworth: From There to Here

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

An instructional, educational overview of Rosemary Molesworth’s journey with clay. Clay is magic. You can roll, pinch, throw and coil clay into almost any imaginable shape. Rosemary Molesworth spent over 40 years experimenting with ways to form clay as well as different ways to fire it. Wood, gas, electric, coal, even banana peels are a…

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Holiday Treasures

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

Makers, artists and craftspersons, working in several mediums, are included in this juried sale, showcasing 60 vendors in the Main Gallery of the museum. Sponsored by In The Hills.

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Architecture in Harmony with Nature – Martin Rajniš

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

Featuring a selection of projects from award-winning Czech architect Martin Rajniš alongside historic images from the Museum of Dufferin’s Archival Collection, this exhibition will explore how modern architecture and traditional construction materials can work together to be in harmony with nature. Professor Martin Rajniš has won numerous awards for his innovative and unique approach to…

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Rosemary Molesworth: From There to Here

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

An instructional, educational overview of Rosemary Molesworth’s journey with clay. Clay is magic. You can roll, pinch, throw and coil clay into almost any imaginable shape. Rosemary Molesworth spent over 40 years experimenting with ways to form clay as well as different ways to fire it. Wood, gas, electric, coal, even banana peels are a…

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Holiday Treasures

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

Makers, artists and craftspersons, working in several mediums, are included in this juried sale, showcasing 60 vendors in the Main Gallery of the museum. Sponsored by In The Hills.

Recurring

Architecture in Harmony with Nature – Martin Rajniš

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

Featuring a selection of projects from award-winning Czech architect Martin Rajniš alongside historic images from the Museum of Dufferin’s Archival Collection, this exhibition will explore how modern architecture and traditional construction materials can work together to be in harmony with nature. Professor Martin Rajniš has won numerous awards for his innovative and unique approach to…

Recurring

Rosemary Molesworth: From There to Here

Museum of Dufferin Airport Rd & Hwy 89, Mulmur, Ontario

An instructional, educational overview of Rosemary Molesworth’s journey with clay. Clay is magic. You can roll, pinch, throw and coil clay into almost any imaginable shape. Rosemary Molesworth spent over 40 years experimenting with ways to form clay as well as different ways to fire it. Wood, gas, electric, coal, even banana peels are a…

In The Hills is an independent, locally owned print and online magazine that has earned its reputation as the best-read, best-loved magazine in Headwaters.

The magazine is delivered to more than 40,000 homes and farms throughout Caledon, Erin, Dufferin, Orangeville and Creemore – up to double the circulation of any other local publication. And it is available to visitors at local inns, restaurants, specialty retail stores and other tourist locations.