November 2018

Chapter 11…November

November comes
And November goes,
With the last red berries
And the first white snows.

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November Fun Facts

  • November was the ninth month of the ancient Roman calendar and has retained its name from the Latin novem, meaning “nine.”
  • In Finland, they call November marraskuu, which translates as “the month of the dead.” It is one of four months with a length of 30 days on the Gregorian, or modern, calendar
  • Parker Brothers introduced the world to the Monopoly game on November 5, 1935

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Gather To Remember: Honeywood Cenotaph

Sunday November 11th, 10:30am

Mulmurites are warmly invited to Honeywood to honour Remembrance Day together.   There will be a Remembrance Service on Sunday November 11 at the Honeywood Cenotaph beginning at 10:30, as part of the 100th anniversary of the Armistice.

The service is under the auspices of the  North Dufferin Community Centre Board of Management, with an open invitation to all who can attend.

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What’s Happening At The Museum

Sunday, October 28th  until December 23rd , 2018

Lifeactually – A Photography Exhibit – Photography by Pete Paterson

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.

Sunday November 11th,  10am

Opening of the Corn Flower Glass Gallery

In 2017, the Museum of Dufferin was successful in its application to the Canada 150 Infrastructure Program, and received a grant of $150,000 to be put towards a new and permanent Corn Flower Glass Gallery. Custom exhibit cases and state-of-the-art lighting show off the intricate details of the glass – each piece was hand-cut by talented craftsmen in the Toronto factory. The exhibition also features interactive displays, historic photographs of the Dufferin community, funky advertising materials and of course, the most rare, colourful and quirky Corn Flower glass (a toothpick holder shaped like a boot?!).

November 24 to December 9 /Tuesday to Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm / Sunday: Noon to 5 pm / Closed Monday

Holiday Treasures Arts and Crafts Sale

We endeavor to bring you the most unique offerings from artists creating wonderful gifts in clay, glass, wood, textiles, jewelry, paintings, folk art, photographs, note and gift cards, and much more.
For more information, please visit Facebook.com/MoDHolidayTreasures
Special Admission: $3.00 / Kids (1-12yrs) FREE

Sunday December 16, 1pm – 3pm

“Home for Christmas” Mono Christmas Party
Enjoy the music and talents of local artists as we celebrate the Christmas season together in the enchanting Corbetton Church on the MoD grounds. Refreshments and conversations to follow in the Museum. It’s a family affair so wear your comfy sweaters!
Tickets available at the door – $10.00
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Rosemont Is Getting Ready To Deck The Halls!

Relax and let us do the cooking!

Pre-order a delicious turkey dinner with all the fixings for your holiday feast. Customize your meal with a selection of farm fresh vegetables and our famous housemade pies, then pick up your order at Rosemont Hall – It’s that easy.
thegloberestaurant.ca/holidaycatering
Contact us today for more information or to place your order!

705-435-1750 OR events@rhgroup.ca

PLEASE NOTE
Orders must be placed NO LATER than 5:00 pm on Monday, December 17th, 2018. PICK UP AT ROSEMONT HALL on Saturday, December 22nd, Sunday, December 23rd or Monday, December 24th (until 3:00pm)
Please indicate a pick up time, between 12:00pm & 5:00pm

PICK UP YOUR ORDER AT:
ROSEMONT HALL

Kick off the holiday season by joining us at Rosemont Hall on Friday, December 14th for an evening of carols and Christmas music – Carol along with George Scott & Mary Bennett! Seating is limited so be sure to get your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased in person, at the Rosemont General Store and Kitchen or online with Snapd Tickets. https://gallery.mailchimp.com/c349abe4a899a80b0e6d92aeb/images/70c9d448-71a0-40c2-bf8e-7e2bd8ed20ea.pngDonate non-perishable items and place it beneath our community tree, benefiting My Sister’s Place. A light family-style supper with Christmas treats is included! For more event details visit our event page.

Donation items needed are: Protein based items, school snacks, canned goods and full sized toiletries.

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Mulmur Gets A New Look

Signage Refresh
Over a year ago the Economic Development Committee took on the task of developing and creating an updated, cohesive look & feel for the township.  The project was focused on refreshing our Gateway and Hamlet signage.

This task involved interviewing and consulting with many different folks making up 5 different consumer market segmentations within Mulmur to get a better understanding of what people thought and how people feel about the township.  These consumer groups were made up of residents, farmers, old timers, small businesses and weekenders.

Over a period of several months information and data was captured to create a base-line for a creative brief.  The creative brief was designed as a starting point to outline all the different perspectives.  From this exercise we discovered 2 main insights that tie our community together.
1.  The People
2. The Landscape

These insights then became the foundation or building blocks for our creative process.  The process was laid out before council and a presentation was at Town Hall.  It was important reflect our community values and beliefs, honour our past in the present, and create something meaningful and relevant.

Over the course of the next several months you will slowly see the new visuals roll-out as we update road signs in the new year.  Here are some examples of what you will see.

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Bookworms Unite!

Authors In the Hills

Authors In The Hills of Mulmur group is…

1.  Accepting requests/ideas for authors to feature next summer
2.  Posting a book of the week each Saturday

Both activities happen on our Facebook page.
Get involved!
Follow and learn!

https://www.facebook.com/AuthorsInTheHillsOfMulmur/
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Not So Hollow Farm News

A big thanks to all of our customers for your support in 2018. The farm is now closed for the season and will reopen in spring 2019. See you next year!!

Viki’s Vegan Takeaway
We are still offering delicious, heat and serve vegan food this November. Please visit our website to find out more.
https://notsohollowfarm.ca/

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Give The Best Gift This Christmas:  Give The Gift of Mulmur!

It’s that time of year again…start thinking about what to give your weird sister or brother/kids for Christmas.  Don’t worry, we have some options for you….give the gift of Mulmur!

Dufferin County Goods Co. is taking special orders of custom hoodies and shirts.  Pick any design we have and put it on a hoodie or shirt.  Even our limited edition design!  Back only for the holidays.  If you want this one…email us.  Get your Christmas orders in now, before it’s too late.

Email or go to our website…Click the link below!

jeanette@dufferincountygoods.com

www.dufferincountygoods.com

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Did You Know…

That one of Mulmur’s best kept secrets is the beauty of the Dufferin County Forest.  In the 1930s council decided on a reforestation project.  Early European settlers cleared the land for crops, but after so many trees were removed, there was nothing to hold the light, sandy soil and mass erosion occurred by wind and water.  Hard to believe now, but the land was very barren and desert-like to the point where sand had to be plowed off Airport Road.  The Dufferin County Forest Main Tract consists of 607 hectares (1,501 acres) and was once home to a correctional facility that was built in 1970 and officially closed in 1996.  Today the Dufferin County Forest is a Mulmur gem used for a variety of recreational activities.  It is a great place to hike, bike, run and horseback ride.

Below is an image of Camp Dufferin – a forestry work camp for adults from the Guelph Correctional Facilty.

Photo Credit: MoD Collection P-4110 – Camp Dufferin, Mulmur, Spring 1996

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Take Time For You….

Take time to listen to ourselves, to each other and to the natural world.  Connect with Catherine (519) 925.8594for any questions or to meet about the chance to be part of this unique experience.

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Caught On The #MULMURCAM

Silver Willow Rescue Farm:  Open House.  Left over pumpkins and gourds help feed their animals.  Tons of pumpkins were dropped off!

Bear’s Love Honey….

Recently our friends at Heritage Bee have had a special visitor which they are hoping to find a new home.

Photo Credit:  Heritage Bee Co., Debbie Gray 2018

Valuable bear information: https://www.ontario.ca/page/prevent-bear-encounters-bear-wise


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What’s Happening In The Neighbourhood

Orangeville:  November 16th

Tractor Parade Of Lights:  8:00PM on Broadway

Have a tractor?  Own a farm?  Want to get involved?

Creemore:  Sunday November 25th
11:30am to 3:30pm

A Christmas Gathering – downtown Creemore Sunday Nov. 25 11:30-3:30
-live Reindeer and sleigh to visit and take photos
– hot spiced cider
– afternoon of holiday shopping
– window reveal at noon along Mill St and Caroline St.

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Support one another.

Take care of you and your neighbours!

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