Next Farmers’ Market Sunday July 28

Next Farmers’ Market Sunday July 28
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A perfect summer day greeted shoppers last Sunday at our third market of the season.  People were clearly enjoying themselves, wandering the stalls, sampling some of the local products and picking up fresh produce.  While the late arrival of warmer, dryer weather delayed strawberry season for many local growers, we… Continue reading

First Summer Outing as Garden Club Visits Anna’s Perennials on July 3rd

First Summer Outing as Garden Club Visits Anna’s Perennials on July 3rd
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Everyone is welcome to join the Millbrook & Area Garden Club for the first of its summer outings on Wednesday July 3rd, to Anna’s Perennials, 63 Shoreview Road, Lindsay, 10 minutes south of Bobcaygeon, just off Pigeon Lake Road. We will meet there at 6:30 p.m. for a tour of… Continue reading

Next Farmers’ Market Sunday June 23

Next Farmers’ Market Sunday June 23
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Thirty vendors filled the parking lot of the Old Millbrook School last Sunday at the May Farmers’ Market.  As sunny skies and warmer temperatures prevailed, exuberant shoppers scooped up a wide array of local products, including newly bottled maple syrup, preserves, Ontario cheeses, wine, fresh meats and, of course, baked… Continue reading

Garden Club Speaker To Discuss the Role of Native Plants in the Garden

Garden Club Speaker To Discuss the Role of Native Plants in the Garden
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Gardening with Native Plants will be the subject of the Millbrook & Area Garden Club’s meeting on Wednesday June 5th when Paul LaPorte will speak on the topic “Building Biodiversity with Native Plants”. Paul will discuss the definitive role that native plants have in the life cycle of insects/pollinators and… Continue reading

Next Farmers’ Market Sunday May 26

Next Farmers’ Market Sunday May 26
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If attendance at our first market in April was any indication, this will be a spectacular market season. Threats of rain, snow and high winds gave way to a (mostly) sunny day and people came out in droves.  Clearly, we were all suffering from cabin fever and were more than… Continue reading