August 2018 Newsletter

Summer rolls on…

August is like the Sunday of summer…

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August Facts

  • August is also related to the word “auger”, a hole digging tool, because farmers dug for next season at this time every year.
  • The goldenrod is yellow, the corn is turning brown, the trees in apple orchards with fruit are bending down
  • August is Romance Awareness Month and oddly enough….sandwich month

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Camp Is In Full Swing!

Camp Mansfield has been running full tilt with more campers than ever!  Kids enjoy themed weeks including Western Week!  Good news for people who have not yet signed up….there are a few spaces left!

Hurry time is almost up!

Camp Councillors in the Wild West of Mulmur

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What’s Old is New Again

Grand Opening of The Rosemont Hall

We are excited to debut the newly renovated Rosemont Hall to our community! Rosemont Hall has been a hub for generations of friends and families in Rosemont to celebrate their specials moments. The open concept space is now available to host all occasions, featuring classic décor and chandeliers, and equipped with a stage, green room, full bar, kitchen, and AV connectivity

ROSEMONT HALL TO HOLD A GRAND OPENING

All are invited to attend the official Grand Opening of Rosemont Hall, and be among the first to preview
the newly renovated space.

Guests are invited to visit the Rosemont Hall at their leisure on Friday, September 7th, 2018 from 6:00
p.m to 8:00 p.m., located at 995987 Mono Adjala Townline, in Rosemont, Ontario L9R 1V1.
Guests will enjoy appetizers, Redline Brewhouse Beers and Mary Anthony Wines & Spirits.
Official ribbon cutting ceremony by Mayor Mary Small Brett, Dufferin Board of Trade and Alliston &
District Chamber of Commerce to commence at 7:00 p.m.

About Rosemont Hall
Rosemont Hall has been a hub for generations of friends and families in Rosemont to celebrate their
specials moments. The open concept space is now available to host all occasions, featuring classic décor
and chandeliers, and equipped with a stage, green room, full bar, kitchen, and AV connectivity. The hall
was formerly the historic Orangeman’s Hall, erected in 1930.
To learn more visit www.rosemonthall.ca, or call 705-435-1750.
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Big News From Not-So-Hollow Farm

Viki’s Vegan Takeaway

Viki’s Vegan Takeaway is now available at Not So Hollow Farm. The fridge and freezer at our kiosk are now stocked full of fresh veggies and prepared vegan, gluten-free meals, desserts and more.

In our freezer this week
– Thai Peanut Nuggets
– Chili
– Mushroom and Bean Cassoulet
– Hearts of Palm Cakes
– Masala Dosa
– Savory Zucchini Cakes
– Aroniaberries (.5 or 1lbs bags)
– And more

In our fridge
– Ginger Kimchi (made with veggies from our pesticide-free garden)
– Chocolate Peanut Butter Clusters
– Rhubarb & Ginger Cordial
– Fresh greens and vegetables from our garden
– And more

Get ready for fall planting!
-This month our native roses are 25%!
– Huge selection of native perennials
– Browse our berry producing shrubs

Follow our social media platforms for updates about Viki’s Vegan Takeaway, farm life and our blooming perennials.

https://www.instagram.com/notsohollowfarm/

https://www.facebook.com/notsohollowfarm/

Please check our website for hours and more information

http://www.notsohollowfarm.ca/

*Tax and gratuity not included in ticket price.


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Important Information

PSA – Anyone who is bitten by a tick should take the tic to the Public Health Unit in Orangeville because they can get the results almost immediately.

This is being sent out to the Dr’s in Dufferin County and will prevent people having to take the anitibiotics if the Doctor is not sure.  So the important information is to take the tick specimen to the Public Health Unit in Orangeville.

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Head To Woodfield Farm For The Long Weekend!

August Long Weekend

For the long weekend we will have fresh forest raised pork. If you haven’t tried “The Foraging Pig” pork, raised at Woodfield Farm, then you are missing out on delicious. We will have chops, tenderloin, shoulders, sausage… and of course bacon.

We also have fresh Woodfield Farm raised lamb in assorted cuts and if you are a burger conosuer, we recommend lamb burgers topped with lamb bacon and dressed with spicy tomato jam.

It will be a hot civic holiday and as a refresher we have prepared gazpacho soup made with Ontario field tomatoes, cucumbers, The Easy Farm peppers and an array of herbs and spices.

Marion has been baking a mountain of Mulmur cookies in.preparation for the weekend Creemore and Mulmur markets. These are a customer favourite made with buttery shortbread and chunks of Toblerine chocolate.

With our extra zucchini from the garden we will be featuring   chocolate zucchini loaf with a dark chocolate Toblerone ganache. These will be available throughout the zucchini season, as unlike anyone else, we seemed to have mastered growing this  particular vegetable. 😁

See you at the farm store!

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The Authors Are Coming – August 19th



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The World Famous North of 89 Studio Tour 2018!

North of 89 Studio Tour 2018

This year on two weekends!  September 15/16 and September 22/23
10am to 5pm daily

Free guided tour in the beautiful hills of Mulmur.  Visit 4 studios featuring 18 unique artists:  painters, potters, jewellers and more.

For more information and map visit   www.northof89.ca

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Caught On The #MulmurCam

A Dog’s Life

Boo and friends enjoying the shade of a tree

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Friends of Mulmur

Down The Road and Around The Corner…

SHELBURNE.

Heritage Music Festival

August 8 -12, 2018

The Heritage Music Festival, featuring the 68th Canadian Open Old Time Fiddle Championship, will take place August 8-12, 2018 in Shelburne, Ontario.

Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Shelburne, the event features a variety of entertainers, including The Trews and the Beckett Family, as well as Canada’s top fiddlers in competition for thousands of dollars in prizes. Community events include camping, Bands and Brews at the Fiddle Park, a pork bbq, a giant fiddle parade, and non-denominational church service.

Full information and tickets at www.HeritageMusicFestival.ca

Weekend Pass                  $75 (includes Country Jamboree, The Beckett Family, The Trews, Fiddle Playdowns, Bands and Brews, Fiddle Championship)

Country Jamboree             Wed. Aug. 8, 7:00 pm                 $7 at the door only
Beckett Family Show         Thurs. Aug. 9, 7:30 pm     Adults: $25   Youth: $10 (12 Years and Under)
The Trews                        Fri. Aug. 10, 7:30 pm                  $40
Fiddle Playdowns              Sat. Aug. 11, 10:00 am      by donation
Bands & Brews Fiddle Park Sat. Aug. 11, 2:30 pm                 by donation
Fiddle Championship                  Sat. Aug. 11, 6:30 pm                 Adults: $25   Youth: $10 (12 Years and Under)
Family: $75 (two adults and children 18 Years and Under)

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Do You Love Local?  Enjoy Our Farmers’ Market Every Sunday 12:Noon to 4pm at the Dufferin County Museum. This weekend its going to be HUGE!

Give a honk, a wave, or share a smile!  See you in the hills!

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