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It will be a busy weekend in North Grenville. With so much to see & do!
This will be our 3rd Outdoor Christmas Market. Our first was in November 2019 during the height of the pandemic and became a welcome, joyous, safe way to gather. This year we have even more reasons to visit Kemptville and North Grenville! With some help of the North Grenville Art Guild, Catered Affairs & The Kemptville Campus, we have a full day of fun planned.
1. Christmas Market On Campus
Two great days of local love. Featuring 50+ vendors each day
Appearances from the Capital City Garrison 501st Legion.
Sing Along & Dance the day away to some Holiday favorites by the talented Leo Rodriguez who will be performing this weekend at Christmas on Campus.
2. Art Show & Sale
In it's first full sized event since the pandemic, the North Grenville
Sneak a peak at some of the featured artist here.
3. Kemptville Campus Greenhouse Cacti House Tour
Find the entrance to this beautiful display of Cacti & succulents in the Christmas Market. Donated in 2020 from by Bogdan Gawronski, this collection will be open to the public for viewing during the Market! On site Claude Smith will have an assortment of plants & greens for sale. No purchase required.
4. Sunday Brunch
Start your Sunday off with a delicious brunch from Catered Affairs at Heritage Hall. Cost is $24/ Person. Reservations can be made directly with Catered Affairs online RSVP in advance.
5. Trails Walk
Kemptville Campus is over 630 acres in size! This leaves for stunning ground, rich in history and a variety of difficulty walking trails. Work of brunch, or enjoy the warm fall weather with a walk in Nature.
Spend a whole day exploring the Kemptville Campus!
Sugarbush Trail, Discovery Trail, Dickinson Trail, Poplar Grove Trail, Barnside Trail, Rail Trail, and Pebble Drive.
See Trail Map Here.
6. History Buff?
The North Grenville Historical Society will be opening the Archives to the public. Located on the Kemptville Campus, in Heritage Hall find a whole lot of treasure and history in one spot. Thanks to the generosity of local residents, valued heirlooms and written records are stored and guarded for future generations. On site each day, volunteers with knowledge to share.
Pictured: Gordon Moat demonstrating the Horton Row walking wheel in the collection of the North Grenville Historical Society. Moat identified the wheel and has written and spoken extensively on the maker’s career both regionally and internationally.
7. Twilux Lantern Parade