“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” —Margaret Atwood
Mulmur Quick Bits….
- If you’ve got a couple of minutes, sit back and enjoy this little documentary by Mavis Wilson (nee Hill) and learn a little bit about Mulmur’s musical roots.
- Looking for local businesses? Say no more…our updated business directory can be found …here…http://mulmur.ca/things-to-do Click the Business Directory tab on the left.
Maple Weekend April 7 & 8th
Join us this weekend for the sweetest event of the year! Maple Syrup Weekend. Our friends from 4M Maple on the 1st Line East will be opening their doors as part of the annual Maple Weekend.
The Ontario Maple Syrup Producers’ Association will be hosting the fourth Annual Maple Weekend on April 7 & 8, 2018 from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Come out to 4M Maple at 716092 1st Line E. Mulmur (1 km north of Highway 89), to enjoy liquid gold, a hike on the Bruce Trail through the neighbouring Boyne Valley Provincial Park, and take a tour of the sugar shack and the sugarbush. Delicious maple syrup will be available for sampling!
For more information: https://mapleweekend.ca/list-of-local-sugar-producers/simcoe-area-sugarbushes/four-m-maple-company-mikoliew-mach-mulmur-maple/
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come see Ken in action!
So Much Is Going On At Peace Valley Ranch Rawhide Adventures
Peace Valley Ranch Grass Finished Freezer Beef – We are now taking Side or Split Side deposits for Ranch Raised and Grass Finished Black Angus freezer beef! At $4.50/lb its the most economical way to fill your freezer with locally raised and finished beef – just like your gramma use to do….Deposit for your order must be in before May 1st!
Contact us at 519-925-6628 or check out www.pvrbeef.ca for more information.
The On-Ranch Horse Leasing Season is upon us! Lease a Ranch horse for the fair-weather riding season (May 1 – Oct 31) – experience horse ‘ownership’ without some of the expense associated with ownership! Along with the horse, all Ranch facilities are included in your lease (Arena, Obstacle Ring, Ranch Trails…) as well as a great community of non-competitive riders to ride with!
Contact us for more information at 519-925-0152and on our website at www.rawhide-adventures.on.ca/RHA/LEASE.html
Looking for Something different to do? Come ride our range! We book private horseback rides by reservation. From 2 hours on up, we even offer on-ranch “stay-cations” to live and learn our way of ranch life.
For more information, contact us at 519-925-0152 or check out our offerings at www.rawhide-adventures.on.ca
Lots To Learn At Not So Hollow Farm
Workshops, Videos and So Much More!
April is an exciting time at Not So Hollow Farm as we get ready for the upcoming season! Our grand opening is Saturday May 5th!! Save the date and stay tuned for opening day specials!
Check out our list of events to learn about the free workshops we have available this season. Make sure to sign up as we have limited spots for each event.
Follow along on Youtube to learn about bluebirds and tree swallows
Not So Hollow farm has partnered with five local elementary schools to provide habitat for eastern bluebirds and tree swallows. Young students have creatively decorated these handcrafted nest boxes that will be installed across the 43 acre farm property. In order to keep the students connected with the entire project they will follow along with weekly Youtube updates. These short videos will be informative, fun and display the breeding cycle of these beautiful birds.
The great news is everybody can follow along!! Join us by subscribing to the Not So Hollow Farm Youtube channel!
One Of The World’s Most Beautiful Bird Feeders
Featured Artist: Iris CaseyHummingbirds are on the way, and we have wonderful feeders in red, maroon and spruce-blue glazes on earthenware clay -easy to clean and the birds can sit while they drink sugar water instead of hovering.
See the rest of our artists at www.redhengallery.com
Partners in Fun…
Mansfield Outdoor Centre and Dufferin County Museum Team Up This Summer
What happens when you combine Kids + Camp Mansfield + DCMA? The answers is a whole lot of outdoor fun! More information to come, but keep your eye open for an exciting new Mulmur program for kids from the Dufferin County Museum and Camp Mansfield.
Calling All Mulmur Artists… We Potentially Have A Special Branding Opportunity
Looking to speak with Mulmur’s robust creative community. We potentially have a branding project in the works and want to hear from you.
If your passion is for creating beautiful, memorable logos and brand images…please contact email@example.com for more information.
Want To Be Part Of The Better in Mulmur Farmers’ Market?
Are you a local creator, food vendor, farmer, maker or service provider? We’d love to have you as a vendor at the Mulmur Farmers’ Market, starting Sunday May 20that the Dufferin Museum! Come to an information session and meet the other vendors, grab an application and find out what you can expect from Ontario’s best Sunday Farmers’ Market! Part-time or full-time booths available, and all have great views!
When: April 16, 7:00pm
Where: Woodfield Farm Store (East side of Airport Road just south of 5th Sideroad)
Who: Hosted by Matthew McBride and Jill Johnson
How: RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Helen at (705) 818-1251
Recognize This? Where In Mulmur?
Delivering mail during the 1940s in Mulmur with horse and sleigh.
Dominion Day in Banda 1908…110 years later in 2018 Mulmur will be hosting Mulmur Day! Will there still be guys with trumpets? You’ll have to come to find out.
If you have an old or interesting photo of Mulmur…please share!
Send to: email@example.com
Caught On The #MulmurCam
This is what the kids table looks like at Woodfield Farm…with all your udder bruddas and sistahs.
Mulmur Pretends It’s Iceland…Literally
Friends of Mulmur
Down The Road and Around The Corner…
Free Viewing April 18 at 1:30pm, Circle Theatre
Maudie is a 2016 English-language biographical film directed by Aisling Walsh and starring Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke. A co-production of Ireland and Canada, the film is about the life of folk artist Maud Lewis, who painted in Nova Scotia. In the story, Maud (Hawkins) struggles with arthritis, memory of a lost child, and a family that doubts her ability, before moving in with a surly fish peddler (Hawke) as a housekeeper. Despite their differing personalities, they marry as her art gains in popularity. The film was shot in Newfoundland and Labrador, requiring a recreation of Lewis’s famously small house.
It was selected to be screened in the Special Presentations section at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival and won a number of awards at other festivals. After festival screenings and wider releases, Maudie received positive reviews. It also won critics societies’ awards for Hawkins’ performance, seven Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Motion Picture, and three Irish Film & Television Awards, including Best Director.
The fact that the film was shot in Newfoundland was the subject of controversy in Lewis’ native Nova Scotia. Nevertheless, the popularity of the film sparked a resurgence of interest in Lewis’ art.
Thank-you neighbours and friends!
For making Mulmur Marvelous!