Be thankful, take some time and watch the leaves turn.
October Fun Facts
- Germany’s Oktoberfest originally began on October 17, 1810, the wedding day of King Ludwig I.
- Dayight Savings Time ends every year at 2:00 A.M. local time on the last Sunday of October.
- When deer are in a grey coat in October, expect a hard winter.
- Much rain in October, means much wind in December
- A warm October means a cold February
- The first Thanksgiving feast in the U.S. was held in 1621 when the Pilgrims celebrated their harvest. However, the Americans did not invent Thanksgiving. English navigator Martin Frobisher held a celebration of thanks in 1578 in what is now Newfoundland as he had survived the long journey over the seas.
Woodfield Farm Kitchen Has EverythingYou Need For Thanksgiving!
**CAUTION: Everything is Yummy!!
Curried butternut squash with apple soup
Fresh mushroom soup
Fresh organic potatoes from Everett
Fresh organic veggies from Rosemont Organics
Foraging Pig sausage stuffing with chestnuts, apples, and cranberries
House made cranberry sauce
House made gravy.
Apple cider pound cake with cinnamon sugar
Cranberry orange loaf with a citrus glaze
Spiced sweet potato pecan loaf with a bourbon maple syrup drizzle
Sweet potato pie with brown butter pecan brittle
Our ever-popular sausage rolls
Apple hand pies
Spinach bacon cheddar hand pies
…and yes…Mulmur mountain cookies!
And don’t forget the green eggs and ham!
And a special treat….we will be roasting a pig on Friday afternoon so if you are looking for a quick and easy dinner prior to the big day, stop by and take home some succulent Foraging Pig roasted pork.
Secret Recipes At The Farmers’ Market!
Apple Pie Contest!
The last market of the 2018 Season is this Sunday.
We will be hosting our 2nd annual Apple Pie Contest at the MOD. Dust off your family’s favourite recipe, shop of fresh local apples, bake it and bring it to the Museum just before noon.
There will be 3 prizes. All the pies will be sold by the slice or by the pie for a donation to the local food bank.
Please join us for another great market.
Some of our vendors will be at the Creemore Winter Market running from Dec to Mar. More info on this to follow next month.
Not So Hollow Farm News
October is still a great time to plant trees and shrubs. We are still operating with normal hours (9am-
5pm Thurs – Sat) through the month of October. Stop in for trees, shrubs or tasty treats!
Basil Bumper Crop
Our pesticide-free veggie garden provided a bumper crop of basil this year which we recently harvested
and turned into some delicious products.
Herbes Salees make a great seasoning addition to stews, ratatouille, soups, marinades…
Our basil salts (purple & green) are great as a finishing salt to any dish – try them on homemade focaccia
– delish! Both purple ruffle and Genovese basil jellies pair wonderfully with cheese.
All make great gifts and are available at our farm kiosk.
At The Museum
Fridays, October 12, 19, 26, 2018, 7pm
The Secret Still Escape Room
You’ve got word that the Hotel Inspector is on his way with a liquor raiding party. Selling liquor is against the law so you’d better hide those whiskey bottles! But what about the Still in the back of the hotel? You’ve got to hide it before the mob arrives.
You will have to find clues, solve puzzles and most importantly – work as a team in order to pass all the challenges lying between you and your goal. Discover your passion for mystery and uncover the Secret Still. Please purchase tickets by calling 519-941-1114.
Ages 19 and up
Saturday October 27
Paranormal Investigators at the Museum With The Paranormal Seekers
The Paranormal Seekers are a scientifically based paranormal research and investigation group who investigate both residential and commercial properties and approach each case with a high level of professionalism and they are joining us here at the MoD. Will they find any spirits? Does energy stay with artifacts? Come and explore the MoD on a new level and quite possibly meet some permanent residents!
Please purchase tickets by calling 519-941-1114
Sunday, October 28, 2pm
Fall Storytelling & Live Music in the Church
The Dufferin Arts Council and the Museum of Dufferin present an afternoon of stories expertly told by members of the Dufferin Circle of Storytellers. Live music between the tales and refreshments back at the Museum round out this very special afternoon.
Admission: $10.00 – Tickets only available at the Corbetton Church on the day of the show.
Lifeactually – A Photography Exhibit – Photography by Pete Paterson
Sunday, October 28th – 2pm opening. Runs until December 23, 2018
Life isn’t easy. We set goals, face challenges, overcome hurdles and try to hold onto our Vision. We keep going, because we each bring something to this world that no one else has in exactly the same way. Some of the greatest barriers people face are the stereotypes about what it means to have a developmental disability. These photographs remind us that there are more things that tie us together than hold us apart. They are about LIFE at its best – finding meaning and joy in our relationships, our work, our hobbies, and our communities. They are about the ways that we all contribute to making the world a stronger and more vibrant place.
Mulmur Event’s Committee Presents…
Don’t Forget To Vote!
For more information…click the link and scroll down until you find Mulmur’s candidates.
Caught On The #MULMURCAM
The phone pecker from Woodfield Farm
Deva Tree School of Yoga…Check out this video
LAST Farmers’ Market Sunday 12:Noon to 4pm at the Dufferin County Museum.
Take care of you and your neighbours!