It began as a way to sell some crafts of her own creation and support some friends in a similar situation by creating periodic outlets for them to sell their wares. Almost ten years later, Carrie Fitzgerald now organizes and hosts approximately 50 craft and vendor shows throughout the region. … Continue reading →
The property was a farm for generations before Larmer brothers Ralph, Ron and Grant along with their cousin Jerry Paxton decided to develop the 165 acre property into a golf club. The property had a lot going for it, featuring woodlands, ponds and frontage on County Rd. 28 and Cedar… Continue reading →
In the last two years, the Educator Team has offered a variety of in person and virtual programs for families in the Millbrook Community and beyond. Since March 2020, when permitted to gather together, families were required to register in advance for any in person programs. This was quite the… Continue reading →
Attention budding young story tellers: This is your chance to become a published author. Submit your original story about a fishing experience, real or imagined, inspired by our local fish celebrity, Millie, and see your story in print in the Millbrook Times and on our website. Send your article of… Continue reading →
Once again, the Millbrook Agricultural Society is hosting a Christmas parade at the fairgrounds on Frederick St. in Millbrook. This drive-through event is scheduled for Saturday December 11th from 5:30-8:00pm. Attendance is free, but visitors are encouraged to bring donations for the Millbrook Food Share or an unwrapped toy for… Continue reading →
This weekend the doors opened to the new Millbrook location of Galerie Q at 44 King St. East. Currently featured are works from Raynald Leclerc of Saint Michel de Bellechase in Quebec whose work features heavy oil paint applied with a spatula creating an unusual, deep texture bursting with light. … Continue reading →
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