Make It A September To Remember!
September Fun Facts
- September comes from the Latin root septem-, meaning “seven,” because in the original Roman republican calendar September was the seventh month of the year rather than the ninth
- In 1752 September only had 19 days. The 3rd-13th were omitted in the change from Julian to Gregorian calendars.
- The Harvest Moon is closest to the fall equinox. The Harvest Moon was named because it rises within a half-hour of when the sun sets. When farmers had no tractors, it was essential that they work by the light of the moon to bring in the harvest.
Calling All Teachers! Principals and Schools!
The Mansfield Outdoor Centre is thrilled to be kicking off another Back-To-School season! Did you know that in the heart of Mulmur we have the leading Outdoor Education centre in curriculum-based education? We teach on across 300 acres of fields, streams and forests to create life changes experiences.
In this day and age of technology and mobile devices, kids have lost touch with nature, and as a result are losing valuable skills. Heads are down, swiping screens and pushing buttons sitting on couches…automation is stealing creativity, problem solving and social skills. It affects the classroom and our communities.
We have a solution! Join us! We will help support you and rebuild the connective tissues that make education meaningful. We want to help you create great kids and great communities!
Sign-up and register! We have so many great programs to choose from.
New In Rosemont! Starting Today!
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.
Get Ready For North of 89 Studio Tour 2018!
North of 89 Studio Tour this year is on 2 weekends!September 15th and 16th
September 22nd and 23rd
10am to 5pm daily
Mulmur is home to the County’s best creative community! This is a free self-guided tour in the beautiful hills of Mulmur.
Visit four studios featuring 18 unique artists: painters, potters, jewellers, fabric artists and more!
For more information and map….visit www.northof89.ca
Bruce Trail Day!
The Dufferin Hi-Land Bruce Trail Club is pleased to be holding our annual Bruce Trail Day at the beautiful Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC) owned Splitrock Narrows property, located at 755437 2nd Line E in Mono, between 25 and 30 Sideroads. Yes, we know this is not technically a Mulmur event, but 2/3rds of the Dufferin Hi-Land section is in Mulmur, and many of our members, volunteers and folks who use the trail do live in Mulmur. Plus, it is only five minutes south of Highway 89.
At this free event, there will be guided and self guided hikes, activities for children, such as wildflower seed spreading and bird box building, and a barbeque. Plus the first 20 new members that sign up that day will receive a copy of the 29th edition Bruce Trail Guide, a 40 dollar value. The Splitrock property is a perfect place to showcase the conservation aspects of the BTC, and is a wonderful place to walk, with looped hikes through the exposed escarpment, wonderful views over the countryside from the cliff edge, and – of course – the unique 200 metre long Splitrock Narrows, a twelve foot deep chasm carved out of the rock.
Please show your support for the Bruce Trail by joining us, and tell all of your friends.
For more information, or to download a copy of the Dufferin Hi-Land Summer/Fall newsletter, please go to www.dufferinbrucetrailclub.org
We have a Mulmur event for next summer. It’s a 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training Nature Immersion in July 2019 with DevaTree School of Yoga.
Mark your calendars…more information to come.
Get Down On The Farm
Dufferin Farm Tour – September 29th 2018!
Rain or shine! Come visit some local Dufferin Farms and support our local agriculture industry. Agriculture is the largest economic contributor in Dufferin!
Join us for a self-guided tour. It’s free and great for the whole family. Meet your local farmer and visit local farms. This year we will feature milking goats, market garden, greenhouse, dairy cattle, herefords, heavy horses and much more.
Register today for your passport and receive information and a map of where to go and what to see.
Experience the culturally rich lifestyle of Headwaters, and appreciate the diversity of artistic mediums from local artists. View our event page (https://www.facebook.com/events/486397188496391/)
Join us on Saturday, September 29th, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Rosemont Hall.
9237 Highway 89, Adjala-Tosorontio, Ontario L9R 1V1
Tom Wray | Photography Images Photo Art
Joan Skura | Greeting Cards
Flavio Brocca | Oil Painting
Bob Dorcas | Stained Glass
Marion Eby | Painting (Oil, acrylic, watercolour, pastel)
Aaron Harcourt | Travel Photography
Crystal Bonnici | Acrylic Painting Goddess in the Belly Art by Crystal Bonnici
Claire Hutchinson | Painting and Photography
Dorothy Visentin | Painting (Encaustic, acrylic)
Rosemary Molesworth | Clay/Pottery
Caught On The #MULMURCAM
This little Woodfield Farm piggie is chasing summer…
Friends of Mulmur
Down The Road and Around The Corner…
Hello? Friends? What are you doing?
Farmers’ Market Every Sunday 12:Noon to 4pm at the Dufferin County Museum.
Give a honk, a wave, or share a smile! See you in the hills!