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Schomberg Street Gallery showcases art and community
Find yourself in the country, lose yourself in the art.
Celebrate the last Sunday of summer at Schomberg's beloved Outdoor Street Gallery.
The 10th annual Schomberg Street Gallery runs Sept. 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.,m. and includes 42 acclaimed artists and creators.
For more, visit schombergstreetgallery.ca
Firefighters golf tourney
On Tuesday, Sept. 18 King Township firefighters are holding a charity golf tournament.
This event will be held at Nobleton Lakes Golf Club. All proceeds will be supporting The Mackenzie Health Foundation, in particular the Mackenzie Health Vaughan Hospital.
The cost per golfer is $200, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, plus a steak and chicken dinner at the clubhouse.
Golfers are welcome to support this fundraiser by registering at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy the bounty at the Holland Marsh Soupfest
What could be better on a cool day in early fall than a piping hot bowl of soup, or better yet, samples of various soups, made from locally grown, locally harvested fresh produce?
This year marks the 10th annual Holland Marsh Soupfest. Presented by the Holland Marsh Growers Association, The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury and the Township of King, the Holland Marsh Soupfest is a farm to table festival that showcases the Holland Marsh as one of the top vegetable producers in Ontario.
As always, attendees get a chance to sip and savour delicious soups prepared by some of the finest chefs, and home chefs from around the province. Last year Soupfest attendees were able to sample 26 different soups! In addition to sampling soup, attendees can vote for their favourite soup makers to help them win the coveted people's choice award!
The Holland Marsh Soupfest isn't only about soup. Enjoy the day browsing through 20 different vendors; pick up fresh produce from the farmers market, and listen to live music featuring “The Strange Potatoes.” And don't forget about the Kids Zone!
Join the hundreds of other soup lovers on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or until soup runs out). Soupfest is hosted in the hamlet of Ansnorveldt (18997 Dufferin Street), right in the Marsh.
For more information about Soupfest, visit www.soupfest.ca.
The King Chamber of Commerce has many events planned from April through December. For a complete listing, visit http://kingchamber.ca/page-1373525
For more, visit the Community Events Calendar brought to you by King Township Public Library:
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