Eastern Ontario Garlic Festival Set For Late August

August 24, 2015 at 10:15 am Leave a comment

Eastern-Ontario-Garlic-FestivalGarlic lovers and local foodies rejoice – the First Annual Eastern Ontario Garlic Festival is coming to Cornwall this summer.

Local garlic producers, farmers, artisans, and community organizations will unite in the picturesque Lamoureux Park along the banks of the St. Lawrence River to celebrate everything in the region that helps people and communities grow.

The festival will run from 9 am to 5 pm on Sunday August 30.

The Eastern Ontario Garlic Festival will feature a variety of garlic themed vendors, and activities for the whole family.

Free family and community friendly activities will be plentiful, including garlic cooking and gardening demonstrations, Iron Man obstacle course for teams and families, an apple pie baking contest, a corn roast, face painting, artists’ corner, and live musical entertainment.  Peter McClusky, author of the Ontario Garlic Book, will also make an exciting guest appearance to talk about the history of garlic in Ontario.

Read Eastern Ontario Garlic Festival Set For Late August by Bob Peters at choosecornwall.ca.

 

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Entry filed under: Art/Crafts, Business, Community, Food, Health/Wellness, Social Justice.

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