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Arts by the Pond

Feb 22, 2024 | Alex MacEachern

Join us for a day bursting with arts! Experience interactive art, music and culinary delights. Save the date for joyous artistic exploration and be a part of the magic!

Arts by the Pond

Feb 22, 2024 | Janet Kerr

Join us for a day bursting with Arts by the Pond from Over Here Community Arts Adventure. Experience interactive art, music and culinary delights. Save the date for joyous artistic…

An Evening Under the Stars

Feb 21, 2024 | Alex MacEachern

A glittering outdoor gala at a private residence in Mono in support of Dufferin Community Foundation. The evening includes a cocktail reception, live entertainment, a fabulous buffet dinner and a…

Maple Makers Workshop

Feb 14, 2024 | Janet Kerr

Make your own maple syrup! Learn and do — an interactive sugarbush experience including a tour of our maple forest, collecting sap and boiling it down to produce some syrup…

Caledon Day

Feb 5, 2024 | Janet Kerr

Connecting our communities since 2008, this free community event brings together the best of Caledon Day and provides an opportunity to celebrate together as a community! Join us for family…

CCS’ Annual Home for the Holidays Gala

Oct 20, 2023 | Janet Kerr

CCS’ Home for the Holidays Gala in support of Caledon Community Services was founded in 1998 by a group of dedicated volunteers and for the first several years was generously hosted in the…

Harvest Euchre Tournament – Ages 19+

Jul 30, 2023 | Janet Kerr

Join us for a night full of food, drinks, cash prizes and fun! $25, register at https://townofmono.com/news-events/harvest-euchre

Orangeville Farmers’ Market

May 22, 2023 | Janet Kerr

Dufferin’s largest farmers’ market featuring locally produced food and handcrafted artisan goods. Live entertainment and family fun.

Christ Church Bolton Free Community Supper

May 14, 2023 | Janet Kerr

Happening every 3rd Tuesday of the month. Open to everyone in every stage of life.

The Rudiments of roots

Nov 20, 2010 | Roberto Frachionni | Back Issues | Departments | Edible Hills | Food | Winter 2010

Root vegetables – so called because the edible portion of the plant is the underground root – are harvested in late fall and cellared with the dirt still clinging to their flesh.

Yummy Pies!

Nov 20, 2010 | Nicola Ross | Homegrown in the Hills

Goodness Me! What Yummy Pies You Make! Five cups of fruit go into each nine-inch, deep-dish pie.

Beauty and the Beet

Sep 13, 2010 | Roberto Frachionni | Autumn 2010 | Back Issues | Departments | Edible Hills | Food

As winter approaches, the last of summer’s abundant greens start to droop and suffer from cool fall evenings. Fortunately, the season of root vegetables comes to the rescue.