Join us for a series of Wednesday afternoon events for the whole family!
July 2 - Our 60th Birthday Party! - cake and party games!
July 9 - What's the Buzz?? - pollinators in the garden
July 16 - Dog Days of Summer, "Diamonds in the Ruff", agility show
July 23 - Creepy Crawly Critters! - Guelph Lake Nature Centre presentation
July 30 - Erick Traplin, family concert in the barn
August 6 - Traditional Tea party circa 1914! Hats and gloves encouraged! ( $10.00 per person) please register.
August 13 - Candy Making Part 2: tast and make homemade candies!
August 20 - Peaches and Cream:Two of Ontario's finest August crops, what to do with Peaches and Corn!
August 27 - Papermaking - a crowd favourite back by popular demand!
All Children must be accompanied by an adult
Admission by donation, unless otherwise stated
Some events require registration
Events may be subject to change without notice.
Join us Thursday evenings in August at 7 pm for an outdoor concert!
Each week will highlight a different kind of music!
Week 1: August 7, McCairley and MacLean - Celtic fiddle and guitar duo
Week 2: August 14, The Moore Brothers, Youth cover band from Drayton
Week 3: August 21, Grand River Brass, classical ensemble
Week 4: August 28, Same Latitude as Rome, folk band
Be advised in the event of inclement weather, concerts will be held in the historic barn, with limited seating capacity.
Events are subject to change without notice, please call ahead to confirm.
Admission is by donation.
Rain or Shine!
Join us for the annual Antique and Classic Car show, Sunday August 24, from 1:00 to 5:00 pm
- Charity BBQ, Fergus M&M
- Guest Appearance by Elivs, 2:00 pm
- Bring a lawn chair, enjoy the Fergus Brass Band
- Picnic on the grounds
-Registration of cars begins at 12 noon
Admission $5.00 per person or $12.50 per family
Join us Sunday September 21, 1:00 to 5:00 pm for the sights, sounds and flavours of the Harvest season!
Induction ceremony for the Wellington County Agricultural Hall of Fame (1:00 pm)
old fashioned threshing bee
antique tractor show
quilting, lace making and wool processing
Arthur Lions Club Chip Wagon
Pie and Coffee
Food processing demonstrations
crafts and activities for kids.
Wellington County Heritage groups, displays
Activities are ongoing all afternoon, rain or shine!
This exhibition, now in its 35th year, is organised by the Elora Arts Council in association with the Wellington County Museum and Archives. Call-for-entires are available at the Arts Council website.
Works are submitted in the categories of: ceramics, glass, fibre, metal, drawing, painting, prints, sculpture, photography and mixed media (including metal, jewellery and functional art).
Open to all artists residing in the counties of Wellington, Dufferin, Grey, and Bruce, the regions of Waterloo and Halton, and the City of Guelph.
Also join us for the Jurors Walk on Sunday June 22, 1:30 - 3:00 pm. Admission $5.00 per person.
Lyn Barrett-Cowan is a Fergus fibre artist of extraordinary vision whose abstract quilt designs are created outside the usual conventions breaking free from the traditional quilting designs. Drawing from her own life experiences and of nature, Lyn takes us on a personal journey of exploration that will delight and intrigue viewers.