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Going to the Rodeo (Posted On: Tuesday, August 23, 2011)

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There are still lots of great events scheduled for the last weeks of summer holidays and as we head into the harvest season, the culinary line up of events is nothing less than mouth watering including Candy Apple Clinics at The Farmer’s Pantry.   There’s still time to start training for Centurion, North America's most exciting cycling event open to all!  Participate in the fun division or watch top International riders compete for the title.   

For registration, visit the Centurion webiste.   

If you’re looking to improve your tennis game this fall, Monterra Tennis is accepting 2011/2012 memberships and if you register before September 30th, 2011 you can save some money.  Click here to download the registration form.

Savour  Simcoe is not just an event; it is a way of life for more and more people.  The local food movement has become truly main-stream.  Sourcing food from local farms and growers is how more families are feeding themselves and how many restaurants and chefs are building their menus.  Farmer/Chef teams create together, using the highest quality freshest ingredients produced in the county all prepared by the finest skilled chefs from around the region.  Our guests will be delighted with the variety, exquisite tastes and aromas.  All paired with the unique flavours of local craft beer and wines.  Click here to find out more and to purchase tickets

Going to the Rodeo this weekend?  How can you miss this exciting event?  To find out all of the details of the Rodeo at Cedar Run Horse Park on August 27th and 28th click here

The annual Copper Kettle Festival is also scheduled for this weekend and they’ve added something new and exciting.  Click here to read all about it

Don’t forget the Annual Taste of Blue scheduled for September 10th.  A culinary experience of local proportions! Tasting kits for food, local cider, wine, beer & all things APPLE.  Plus live music, fashion show, cooking demonstrations, guided hiking & gondola rides.  Tasting Kits - $20, all entertainment is free!
Candy Apple Clinics – how cool is that?  Hosted at The Farmer’s Panty on September 3rd and 10th.  Find out more - click here. 

Last but not least on the taste bud schedule is Foodstock coming in October.  Find out more by clicking here. would like to welcome our new sponsors:

Holy Crow Beads
A shop/gallery and teaching studio in the country just west of Collingwood and south of Thornbury. Whether you want to shop for beads, take a class, buy beaded jewellery or simply look around Holy Crow Beads is really something special. There are well over 200 samples of beaded jewellery and wall art. Coming to Holy Crow is not only wildly colourful but also a unique beaded experience. The staff is friendly, helpful and extremely knowledgeable. Everyone agrees that it is well worth the drive and you'll leave feeling so glad that you came.

R.R.1, Clarksburg ON N0H 1J0
T: 519.599.5697

Bruce Wine Bar
Dinner anyone? Don’t let our name mislead you. We serve dinner and our chef Shaun Edmonstone does it extremely well. Shaun has had years of experience in five star restaurants in downtown Toronto. Born & raised in Thornbury Shaun decided to venture back to Thornbury last summer and has been impressing people with his talents ever since. At Bruce we are dedicated to serving the freshest, seasonal and where possible local food in a small plate format. By the glass or by the bottle, the wine list will be sure to please even the most discerning diner! After all , we are a wine bar...we just happen to serve dinner very well too. Feed your curiosity.

8 Bruce St South, Thornbury ON N0H 2P0
T: 519-599-1112

Happy Tasting!




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