Heart of Hastings Studio Tour Fri, Sat, Sun - Nov 5, 6, 7 and 12, 13, 14 / 2010 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. the Village Green 535 Ashley Street, Foxboro 613-961-0654 Open year-round: Tues–Sat 9–5 (and 2 Sundays of tour). Charming gift and garden center offers gift baskets ($10 and up), local lavender products, handmade soaps, chutneys, jellies, herbs, mustards, beeswax candles, essential oils, heirloom vegetable seeds, stocking stuffers, jewellry, bird houses, eco-friendly cleaners, some antiques/collectibles, including blue willow ware and dollhouse miniatures. Cash, debit, Visa and MC accepted. www.thevillagegreen.ca Down Home Country Treasures 48 Willet Rd. 613-848-5277 (halfway between Hwy 62 and Hwy 37, off of Zion Rd.) Stop by our showroom and browse through our selection of unique primitive and rustic country décor. Unusual gifts for any occasion: pip berry stars & hearts, wreaths & teardrops, scented candles, rusty tinware, Christmas decorations & tree ornaments, pine & barnboard coat racks, quilt racks, wall hangings and small primitive cabinets. Our wood products are handmade in our shop and will surely add country charm to your home. www.downhomecountrytreasures.com Art From the Heart 32 Willet Rd. 613-477-2328 Capture the spirit of Art From the Heart! Natural Touch and The Tait Gallery (www.thetaitgallery.com) have come together to bring you a truly special experience. I invite you to drop by my cozy log home, nestled among the trees, to enjoy the creations of two very different artists. From canvas to glass, photography to forest furniture; featuring oneof-a-kind decorative trees, wildlife art (originals and prints), unique treasures from the wild, and the magic of stained glass. A warm welcome and refreshments will make your visit complete! Victorian Splendour at Homespun Hill 36 Wilson Rd. 613-395-5028 or 395-2718 Please note: Victorian Splendour will be located exclusively at Homespun Hill. Experience the splendour of an old-time Christmas as you browse through rooms filled with garlands, decorated trees, twinkling candle lamps, reproduction furniture, primitive signs, as well as primitive and French country house wares. Homespun Hill will be closed from Sun, Oct 31 thru Thurs, Nov 4 to prepare for the show. www.homespunhill.ca Stirling Village shops The Vintage Junction Be sure to visit these wonderful shops in “the village.” 22 West Front St. 613-395-4555 Open Mon–Sat 10–4 and Sun 11-3. Step back in time and browse our selection of primitives including handmade pine furniture, treenware, candles, hooked rugs, wall décor, lighting, garlands, trees and decorations. Also: Evelyn’s Closet “Previously Loved Clothes for Children.” Livery Stable Antiques 51 John St. 613-395-1377 Open weekends, by chance or appointment and during tour. Visit this century-old home and carriage house brimming with antiques and collectibles. Browse through our collection of early pine furniture in original paint as well as refinished. We also have art deco furniture, pressed glass, china, linens, Christmas crafts and gifts. Christmas at Our House 54 Wellington St. (at Edward St.) 613-395-2328 or 395-2138 We invite you to share the warmth of our Victorian home, with main floor rooms overflowing with handmade Christmas tree ornaments, signs, festive wreaths, arrangements and home décor items. Come for lunch: fresh baked goods and hot panini sandwiches. St. Paul’s United Church Women’s Bazaar: Victorian Christmas 104 Church St. Note: to be held Friday, Nov 5 only from 10 - 2:30 Christmas décor, homemade baking, knitting, crafts, gift baskets for every occasion, children’s clothing and tea room. Also our always popular: Treasures from the “Attic” – you never know what will show up – from antiques to collectibles to absolute whimsy. Twin Sisters Hive & Honey Products - The Honey House 231 Frankford Rd. Open during tour, Saturdays in Nov & Dec 10-4 and by chance or appointment. 613-827-7277 Create a warm, natural and healthy holiday atmosphere in your home with our range of local honey products and beeswax crafts: unpasteurized liquid and creamed honey; handmade beeswax candles and decorations; gift baskets and apitherapy products (beeswax skin cream, lip balm, bee pollen, ear candles). CASH OR PERSONAL CHEQUE ONLY. The Apple Store - Cooney Farms 10 Wellmans Rd. 613-395-2395 Open Sept-Dec: 7 days/week 10-5pm and May-Aug: Fri-Sun 10-5. Old-fashioned general store atmosphere with a harvest of apples and home-grown beef (great steaks, burgers and roasts). In-store sampling of many fine food items - stop by and try! Also: fresh balsam wreaths and lots of great gift ideas. Margaret’s Imports 596 Kings Mill Rd. 613-395-4079 Kupecz Family Farm 312 Wellmans Rd. Check out our quality sterling silver pendants, rings, earrings and chains, scarves, costume jewellry, hand bags, belly dancing items and handicrafts. See our new collection of Canadian stone set in silver jewellry with local stones from Marmora, Bancroft and other areas of Canada. 613-395-4491 Open daily 9-4. Farm store specializing in lamb, chicken, eggs, apples, jams, jellies, salsa and sauces made from farm-grown produce. Market garden produce in season. Also: knitting wool, blankets, fleece, roving and tanned sheepskins produced in Ontario, pottery, hand-sewn goods, silk items, handmade paper goods, unique pieces to round out your Christmas gift list. Porcupine Creek Farm 214 St. Marks Rd. 613-395-1166 Herbal teas, culinary blends and body products made from our certified organic home-grown herbs. Also featured: locallyproduced felted fashions, toys, decorations, jams/jellies, baking and more. Sign up for a make-your-own lip balm workshop. 11 Artists In Motion (AIM) Gallery & Gift Shop 29 Forsyth St. 613-472-1ART From traditional images to new concepts in mixed media, experience the craftsmanship of 35 local artisans. Showcasing a great selection of affordable, one-of-a-kind original works of fine art, pottery, dolls, rustic home and garden décor, jewellry, woodcarving, photography, sculpture, stained glass, holiday accents and more. Open year round. 12 the UnconVentional mOOse 108575 Hwy 7, Tweed (1/2 km west of Hwy 37) 613-478-2562 Open Thurs–Sat 10–5, Sun-Mon 11-4. Rustic home décor and gifts feature a wildlife theme - from shower curtains to lamps, clothing and baby items. Moccasins & mukluks; hand-knit sweaters/mitts/hats; warm socks; fur hats & ear muffs; moose, deer & sheepskin mitts ..... and a moose in his hunting attire!. www.unconventionalmoose.com 13 Tweed Christmas Craft Show Nov 5 and 6 only 617 Louisa St. (white building at Tweed Fairgrounds) Nov 5 (10-9pm) and Nov 6 (9-5pm) Something for everyone: baked goods, decorations, flower arrangements, sewn/knit/crocheted goods, woodworking, ceramics, jewellry, folk-art, stained glass, etc. Food and refreshments available. Free admission. Donations of good children’s winter clothing and toys for area children are encouraged. For more information, call Patsy at 613-478-6188. 14 Thomasburg’s 13th Annual Christmas Craft Show Nov 5 (10-5) and Nov 6 (9-5) Exhibitors are located in both the Thomasburg United Church basement and the Thomasburg Community Hall. There is a fabulous variety of talented vendors and tasty treats as well as free admission, although donations to our local food bank are appreciated. We have door prizes and a 50/50 draw. For more information, call Carol at 613-478-2440. 15 Trinity United Church Bazaar Roslin Sat, Nov 6: 9-4 only Stop by this old-time church bazaar featuring home baking including pies, tarts, squares, preserves and refreshments to go. Also handmade gifts and crafts. “Everything old is new again” - antiques and collectibles pulled from our attics and drive sheds. St. M ar 12 Hwy. 7 11 Tw e e d 13 Marmora d. ks R 14 d. ns R a m l Wel Mill Rd. s King Roslin 15 Wil let R d. Nov 5 and 6 only 110 Clare St. Zion Rd. Old Madoc Rd. Follow the numbers on the map to visit all the participating vendors on this unique tour of the Heart of Hastings. Ashley St.
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