On Wednesday, July 19, Kemptville Live Festival and the Kemptville Farmers’ Market invite you to join us in celebrating Ontario farm, food and drink, as we present “150 Canadian Tastes in North Grenville” at the Kemptville College.
This one day event is open to the public and is intended to encourage exploration of, and education about, the great tastes available in Eastern Ontario. The day will present hundreds of Canadian flavours, ranging from fresh farm products and locally produced specialty foods, to VQA wines, craft beer, and more, all in one great location.
The Kemptville College was established in 1917 and has played a role of tremendous importance in the growth and education of agriculture and agricultural diversification and advancement in Eastern Ontario. Join us back on the grounds, 100 years later, to recognize the significant impact that agriculture, and the innovation of the industry and its products, plays in sustaining our healthy community and a healthy lifestyle.
Admission to the general public is free to the grounds, and a “150 Canadian Passport” will be available for purchase for guests who would like to indulge in the more elaborate tasting adventure, including wine and beer products, as well as prepared foods.
Spend the afternoon with us, enjoying the “Tastes In North Grenville”, and stay with us for the evening, as we prepare for the 2017 Kemptville Live Music Festival and offer you a free community concert on the Festival field.
Producers, vendors and artisans are welcome to apply online, and successful applicants will be offered their display area and marketing free of charge. Please visit the “150 Canadian Tastes In North Grenville” page online at www.kemptvillelivemusicfestival.com, or visit us on Facebook to find out more about becoming a participant vendor, or to find out what great new products we have added to our tasting adventures for July 19.
Questions may be directed to email@example.com.
“150 Canadian Tastes in North Grenville” is made possible through the support of the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport through the Ontario 150 Community Celebrations Program.