Things to do

A PHOTO BOOTH in a VINTAGE SLEIGHA PHOTO BOOTH in a VINTAGE SLEIGH? Come don luxurious capes, jackets and bonnets from the last century and pose with your friends in a vintage sleigh provided courtesy of Ouimet Farms Adventures. Professional photographer Jan Amell will take your photo and make sure you have a souvenir photo of the fun you had to take home with you!
Experience the history of Vankleek Hill! Just $5 per picture!  (Capes, bonnets and shawls will be provided by Grace Clermont). Visit Jan Amell Photography at 92 Main Street East to have your photo taken in the Vintage Sleigh!


High Tea at the Trillium Tea Room by reservation only: check the Places to eat – Manger en ville page for more information.

See art by Lorie Turpin, Fran Bailey, Jackie Shelly, Shirley Dickenson, Robert Field and Gayle MacDonald. Local CDs, Jams, jellies and honey from Pleasant Corners Apiaries for sale. MayBelle Candles by Danielle Mac Rae. Don’t miss Trillium Tea Room owner Sandra Fraser’s Christmas Tree — decorated with all kinds of tea paraphernalia!

Great Purse and Scarf Sale! All purses will be $10, scarves $5 and silk scarves 3 for $5. It will be held at 115 Main St E, Vankleek Hill (beside the Trillium Tearoom, on the veranda and inside of Roy’s Accounting) from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday, November 4th. Funds raised will be shared by the Higginson Tower and Dalkeith Plus (library).



Visit the Higginson Tower: Open 10 am to 4 pm on November 4th.

Enjoy bilingual interpretive program, displays of artifacts found during an archaeological investigation which took place prior to restoration.

QUILT SHOW, at Knox Presbyterian Church, 29 High Street (inside the church), from 11 to 2 p.m.

Washrooms open all day. Wheelchair access at rear of building.
FROM 8 A.M. TO 10 A.M.: Coffee and a home-made muffin for just a toonie!
All proceeds go to the Higginson Tower!
Buy a souvenir Christmas ornament, Canadian-made!
Get tour info, programmes and a snack …. right outside The Review!
Home-made goodies: What it is will be announced soon!

At the Museum: Canada 150 Vintage Clothing Display. Clothing and textiles dating back to 1867.

At: Vankleek Hill Museum,  95 Main Stree.

Time: Open 10 am to 4 pm. 

BESIDE THE WINDSOR TAVERN, 84 Main Street: “Sidewalk Party” hosted by Loud & Dirty Brand. Watch for a neat display using pallet wood, some cool vehicles and an outdoor fireplace! Check out the new Loud and Dirty beard products and of course, the popular brand of Loud and Dirty clothing!

Saturday, November 4, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
From close to home and from around the world.
More than 90 on display and still counting!  Free admission.
Inside Église St-Grégoire Church,
137 Higginson Street, Vankleek Hill
PLUS: A Holiday Bake Sale. Beverages available. Proceeds go to St. Grégoire Church.

 Arbor Gallery Centre for Contemporary Art
At: 36 Home Avenue, Vankleek Hill steps away from St. John’s Anglican Church and the hall.
Time: 10 – 4 pm
Description: Visit Arbor Gallery, Centre for Contemporary Art for its ANNUAL HOLIDAY EXHIBITION featuring jewellery, artisanal gifts and small art works, all selected to help your holiday gift-giving.

Taste-tours at Beau’s
At: Beau’s All-Natural Brewing Company  on Terry Fox Drive
Time: All day long: Whenever you arrive!
Description: Take a taste-tour at Beau’s All-Natural Brewing Company, located at the east end of town on Terry Fox Drive (just off Main Street). Lots of souvenirs . . . taste this award-winning beer and take some home with you! Visit:

Vankleek Hill Farmers’ Market
At: Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute Cafetorium
Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Description: Find local foods, bread, meats, pickles, jams, jellies, soaps, soup, coffee, baked goods, treats and much more at the Vankleek Hill Farmers’ Market.

Paintings & Drawings By Jephcott
OPEN: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
INFO: 613.678.3049 (please leave a message)
Also available THE TANGERINE CAT (A collection of almost true stories)

Cassburn Sweets will be located on the east side of the Tolhurst & Miller frontage (right beside the museum), 93 Main St East, to sell her local maple syrup, maple butter and more.

Visit the check the Places to eat – Manger en ville page for more information about the Church Luncheons!