Sep 12, 2018

The brainchild of Stephanie Newman, who operates the Cheesecakery Bakery on the property, Homegrown in Frontenac is a celebration of all of the wild and wonderful artisan businesses that have sprung up within the vicinity of her home on the Forest Road in South Frontenac (3005 Forest Road – Off Murton Road if you are coming from Hwy 38 or off Stagecoach Road if you are coming from Sydenham) In addition to the 30 or so vendors who will be on hand to show off a wide range of products, there will be food to eat on site or take home, the Sydenham band Still Standing will be performing, there will be a bouncey castle for the kids, and Spearhead Brewing (a recent transplant to the region that saw the light and moved to the region from Toronto) as well as Perth’s Top Shelf Distillery will be on hand.

HomeGrown INfrontenac is sponsored by Nomad Yogini, Campbell’s Septic and Zomer’s Septic, and will be collecting donations for Southern Frontenac Community Services. It promises to be a good time for the entire family.

Food vendors who are coming out for the day include: Barb's Pieroges, Long Road Farms - pork buns and dumplings, T&A Condiment Company - chips & salsa, pretzels & mustards, Roebuck Back Gardens - Smoked Brisket sliders, J&J Farms - fresh salads, Fine Chocolate by Ludwig, and of course the Cheesecakery bakery will have lots of cheesecake.

Vendors & Local Businesses include: Rhicreations, Nomad Yogini, County of Frontenac (merchandise, shirts, hats etc), Mary Alps Jewellery, Jack Charlton's Hand Woven Mats, Anatolian Legacy, Jordan Renee Artist and Tarot Reader, Teaspoon Studio, Shivas Delights, Holistic Rain, Courtney Creations, Loughborough Lavender, Northern Dream Designs, Boho & Hobo, Saucy Girl Accessories, Naughty Cookie, Teira Ferris Photography, ,Mad Cap Hats, Vanessa Jane Fine Art – Painting, AG Small Business Services, CPA Professional Corporation, L&A Mutual Insurance Co., Kingston Spray Foam, Frontenac Shores

Hands on activities throughout the day will be provided by Litsie Creations, Creative Crafts by Jaden, and The Hitch Collective (workshop from 1-3)

For further information, go to the Homegrown in Frontenac event page on Facebook.

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