New Galerie Q Location in Millbrook

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

Results are in for Maple Syrup Competition

  On June 5th, the Millbrook Agricultural Society hosted its first Maple Syrup Competition conducted remotely.  Despite the lack of an audience, the event attracted seventeen entries.  Dave Brackenridge brought years of maple syrup production experience from his family’s syrup operation to the contest, supporting the event by judging the… Continue reading

The Perfect Pandemic Art Destination in Our Backyard

  Viewing art in the great outdoors was the theme of a recent Globe & Mail article and ZimArt’s Rice Lake Gallery made the list of 11 such destinations across Canada. This local gem, now celebrating year 22, is the perfect choice for art lovers in the time of COVID…. Continue reading

4th Line Theatre Pivots to New Format for August

After fifteen months of making, revising and pitching plans to host a show following the theatre’s normal format, management at the Winslow farm have decided to proceed with a slightly different format.  While the two plays originally scheduled for the 2021 season have been postponed until 2022, the theatre will… Continue reading

Get to Know Your Food Producers at the Millbrook Farmers’ Market

NEXT MARKET: June 27th, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM From cash crops and dairy to livestock and produce, Canada has a long history of feeding the world.  So what does that mean to our local community? Locally grown food creates important economic opportunities, provides health benefits and helps to reduce environmental impact. Additionally,… Continue reading

Tree Stump Village on Stewart Line

After the township cleared the ditch along Stewart Line, John Workman was inspired to create a gnome home from one of the stumps. Things evolved from there. He traded some tools for the mushroom castle and some houses, Nichole McGee added some ceramic gnomes. Some local children brought Smurf toys… Continue reading